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A "value" problem uses the T-bar with the name ...
value
An investor is evaluating an income-producing property for possible purchase. It produces a monthly net income of $2,500. The investor wants to earn a 10% return. If you want to find out how much she can afford to pay for the property, what kind of problem is this?
IRV
An investor is evaluating an income-producing property for possible purchase. It produces a monthly net income of $2,500. The investor wants to earn a 10% return. If you want to find out how much she can afford to pay for the property, what formula would you use?
$300,000
An investor is evaluating an income-producing property for possible purchase. It produces a monthly net income of $2,500. The investor wants to earn a 10% return. How much can she afford to pay for the property?
value
An investor is considering an income-producing property which is valued at $400,000, using a capitalization rate of 8. If you want to know how much the investor could afford to pay for the property if a capitalization rate of 10% were used, what kind of problem is this?
IRV
An investor is considering an income-producing property which is valued at $400,000, using a capitalization rate of 8%. If you want to know how much the investor could afford to pay for the property if a capitalization rate of 10% were used, what formula would you use?
$320,000
An investor is considering an income-producing property which is valued at $400,000, using a capitalization rate of 8%. How much could the investor afford to pay for the property if a capitalization rate of 10% were used?
value
An investor owns an apartment building near an airport. Because of the airport noise, the investor is losing $150 per month net income. A capitalization rate 10% for the building is appropriate. If you want to know how much the property has lost in value, what kind of problem is this?
IRV
An investor owns an apartment building near an airport. Because of the airport noise, the investor is losing $150 per month net income. A capitalization rate 10% for the building is appropriate. If you want to know how much the property has lost in value, what formula would you use?
$18,000
An investor owns an apartment building near an airport. Because of the airport noise, the investor is losing $150 per month net income. A capitalization rate 10% for the building is appropriate. How much has the property lost in value?
IRB
A "loan" problem uses the T-bar with the name ...
loan
A borrower takes out a straight loan of $20,000 for 2 years. At the end of the term of the loan, he made a payment for the entire principal and interest of $23,600. If you want to know the interest rate on the note, what kind of problem is this?
IRB
A borrower takes out a straight loan of $20,000 for 2 years. At the end of the term of the loan, he made a payment for the entire principal and interest of $23,600. If you want to know the interest rate on the note, what formula would you use?
9%
A borrower takes out a straight loan of $20,000 for 2 years. At the end of the term of the loan, he made a payment for the entire principal and interest of $23,600. What is the interest rate on the note?
loan
A borrower obtains an amortized loan for $120,000 to be paid back over 30 years at an interest rate of 10%, with monthly payments of $1,095.70, INCLUDING PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST. If you want to know how much of the first month's payment is applied to the principal, what kind of problem is this?
IRB
A borrower obtains an amortized loan for $120,000 to be paid back over 30 years at an interest rate of 10%, with monthly payments of $1,095.70, INCLUDING PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST. If you want to know how much of the first month's payment is applied to the principal, what formula would you use?
$95.70
A borrower obtains an amortized loan for $120,000 to be paid back over 30 years at an interest rate of 10%, with monthly payments of $1,095.70, INCLUDING PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST. How much of the first month's payment is applied to the principal?
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