David Saks: November 2010

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Real Estate Practice : Lesson 900


A farm earns $36,000 net after allowing for all expenses. The buyer wants a 6% return on the investment. What would the buyer pay for the farm to net a 6% return on the investment?


A. $600,000

36000 net
0.06 or 6% return on the investment
600,000 paid for the farm


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Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Saks • November 15 2010 03:04AM
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