Hi all !
Just a quick question to make sure I'm not mistaken, I've seen several websites talking about Cash on Cash returns with the calculation of CFBT / Cash invested
Before taxes means before the taxes of the investor's revenue, right ? But this amount includes property taxes ?
He's how things look in my messed up head:
Gross potential income
- Vacancies/bad debt
Gross operational income
- Maintenance (doesn't include improvement capex)
- Property taxes
Net Operating Income
- Improvement capex ?
- debt amortization
Cash flow before taxes
And investor calculate their cash on cashbased on those yearly CFBT, right ?
Also, I guess most investors (like RE PE firms) use a company to buy RE assets. Therefore, they pay a normal corporate tax rate on those cash flows, + additional taxes when they transfer those cash flows from the company to their personal accounts (through dividends/wages/or whatever), no ?
In advance, many thanks for you help/corrections if I'm wrong :)