Originally Posted by

**Wilmer** Geezzz...

Looks like this guy has $260,000 and wants to get 12% annually on it

(that's $31,200 each year), can't get this anywhere, so decides to try

by becoming a landlord...right?

So the "stuff" you gave us has to be manipulated such that a certain

total cash rent per year pays ALL expenses and leave a net afer-tax

revenue of $31,200 each year...right?

Plus we can treat EVERYTHING as annual flows, including the total

rents; like, no need to complicate by using monthly compounding...

Hmmm...what d'you think, Jass?