The capitalization, or “cap” rate is a term that is used frequently when discussing real estate asset sales and purchases. The cap rate is a ratio of two variables – net operating income and the current value or sale price of a property – which helps to determine the potential return on an investment. Put another way, the cap rate is the rate at which the net operating income recapitalizes the asset value on an annual basis. The cap rate is a useful tool that is often used to assess real estate investment opportunities and draw conclusions across asset classes.
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- What is a Real Estate Sponsor Promote?
- What are the Differences Between Direct and Indirect (REIT) Real Estate Investments?
- What is a Cap Rate?
- What is a Cash-on-Cash Return?
- How do I become a Sponsor on the CrowdStreet platform
- What is CrowdStreet's vetting / screening process for sponsors
- Where can I find sponsor track record & past performance information
- Who is allowed to invest through CrowdStreet?
- When and how are distributions dispersed?
- What is a Preferred Return?