You should be aware of the following when using the IRR
to measure the return on an investment. If
in year 5, you have a return of 20%, the internal rate of return
calculation assumes that you made 20% on your cash flows for each of
the five years. You may or may not be able to make 20%
on your cash flows.
The calculation
can therefore
sometimes greatly
exaggerate your average return on an investment.
The On Target real estate model also calculates a MIRR, or modified internal
rate of return.
When calculating the MIRR for Future Wealth with the On Target real estate model, we allow you to
enter what rate of return you
think you will make on your cash flows. The MIRR for Future Wealth can therefore
provide a more accurate return on cash flows for
each year since you determined the interest rate at which the
cash flows get ran forward at.
The On Target 4.01 real estate analysis software calculates both
an internal rate of return and a modified internal rate of return.
The internal rate of return is calculated for each year over a ten
year period and is based on investor growth rate assumptions for
income, expenses and appreciation. These
values and other important real estate investment ratios are
summarized on the On Target Ratio Analysis report. You
can purchase a copy of the On Target software for only $99.95 by clicking on
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