A landlord is evaluation his investment in a new residential apartment building. According to his evaluation, internal rate of return on this investment is 8% if (i) annual rent is $50,000 for 10 years and (ii) resale value of the building is 15% of the initial value at the end of the 10th year. What is the purchase price of the building?
(Do not use the $ sign and round your answer to the nearest $ value)
A landlord is evaluation his investment in a new residential apartment building. According to his evaluation,...
10.3 You are considering constructing a luxury apartment building project that requires an investment f $15.500,000, which comprises $12,000,000 for the building and $3,500,000 for land. The building has 50 You expect the maintenance cost for the apart- ment building to be $350,000 the first year and 400.000 the second year, after which it will continue to increase by $50,000 in subsequent years. The cost o hire a manager for the building is estimated to be $85,000 per year. After...
(1) A real estate investor is considering the purchase of an apartment building. The investor estimates the building's current value at $400,000. At an annual appreciation rate of 8% (compounded annually), how much would the apartment building investment be worth at the end of 5 years? What if the appreciation rate is 0%? (2) You purchase an apartment building with 20 rentable units. You know that you will have to replace the air conditioners in each unit 10 years from...
A firm is considering an expansion project that will last three years. The project requires an immediate purchase of a new equipment that costs $900,000. The equipment will be fully depreciated using straight-line method over the next three years. The resale price of the equipment at the end of year three is estimated to be $200,000. The project will generate annual sales of $750,000 and incur annual costs (all costs except depreciation expense) of $200,000 for each of the next...
Information on four investment proposals is given below: Investment required Present value of cash inflows Net present value Life of the project Investment Proposal B С D $(430,000) $(50,000) $(50,000) $(1,820,000) 631,600 70,500 76,800 2,429, 200 $ 201,600 $ 20,500 $ 26,800 $ 609,200 5 years 7 years 6 years 6 years Required: 1. Compute the project profitability index for each investment proposal. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) 2. Rank the proposals in terms of preference. Investment Proposal...
Your organization is planning to purchase a new office building five years from now. The building will cost $3,000,000, have a useful life of 25 years, and have no salvage value. If your organization puts aside $550,000 in an investment account with an annual interest rate of 3.75%, how much additional money must your organization deposit into the account at the end of each month in order to be able to purchase the building in exactly five years?
Henrie’s Drapery Service is investigating the purchase of a new machine for cleaning and blocking drapes. The machine would cost $126,175, including freight and installation. Henrie’s has estimated that the new machine would increase the company’s cash inflows, net of expenses, by $35,000 per year. The machine would have a five-year useful life and no salvage value. Click here to view Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine the appropriate discount factor(s) using table. Required: 1. Compute the...
b) (3+1+3) You are considering a new investment project, which lasts for three years. The project requires a purchase of a new machine, which costs $300,000. This initial investment can be depreciated to zero over the next three years according to a straight line depreciation rule. The machine has no salvage value at the end. Operating revenue is projected to be $200,000 per year. Operating costs for raw materials are $50,000 The corporate tax rate is 30% and the risk-adjusted...
(Related to Checkpoint 11.1) (Net present value calculation) Dowling Sportswear is considering building a new factory to produce aluminum baseball bats. This project would require an initial cash outlay of $5,000,000 and would generato annual net cash inflows of $1,000,000 per year for 8 years Calculate the project's NPV using a discount rate of 9 percent. If the discount rate is 9 percent, then the project's NPV is _______ (Round to the nearest dollar)(Net present value calculation) Carson Trucking is considering...
The local BMW dealer offers to sell you the new 7 series vehicle for 60 monthly payments of $735 (first payment 30 days from now). Given your FICO credit rating of 555 the BMW credit manager states the interest rate on this loan will be 6.5% per annum or .5416% monthly. At the time you sign the loan documents what “value” are you paying for the BMW? After purchasing the BMW, you tell Sally about the great deal you received...
The local BMW dealer offers to sell you the new 7 series vehicle for 60 monthly payments of $735 (first payment 30 days from now). Given your FICO credit rating of 555 the BMW credit manager states the interest rate on this loan will be 6.5% per annum or .5416% monthly. At the time you sign the loan documents what “value” are you paying for the BMW? After purchasing the BMW, you tell Sally about the great deal you received...