Our deep knowledge of the local real estate market can help even the most experienced real estate investors make better investment decisions. We have the analytical tools to determine your cash-flow potential on any property before you make any financial commitment. Whether you are new to real estate investing or you've been doing it all your life, call us today to see how we can help.
Our goal is to reduce the amount of risk you take as an investor by giving you all the information you need to make a decision. Because we understand the real estate market in Southwest Idaho, we can quickly determine the cash-flow potential of any property you are interested in before you ever put a penny down! And our direct ties to the property management side of your investment mean we can accurately estimate your potential income and expenses. Once you've determined that a property makes sense for you, we'll help you make the best deal possible to bring you long-term, positive cash-flow.
At Aloha Pros Real Estate, we don't just want to sell you an investment property. We want to help you make a good investment. That starts by helping you buy low and rent high! We'll help you find a property in a good location at the best possible price. We‘ll let you know what you can expect for rental income, so you can determine your cash-flow before you make an offer. And we can assist you with property management, minimizing your expenses and maximizing your net operating income both before and after the purchase.
If you're a high-income individual or simply have a plenty of cash in savings, you should consider rental real estate as part of your portfolio. Here's why: compare the annual return on investment of $200,000 using a traditional savings investment versus a buying a rental property.
Amount in savings: $200,000
Interest rate: 1.05%
Annual return: $2,100.00
Monthly return: $175.00
Purchase price: $200,000
Cap rate: 5.0%
Annual return: $10,000
Monthly return: $833.33
As you can see from these numbers, a rental property would net you $7,900 more annually than a low-interest savings account. That's $658.33 more every month! Which would you rather have?