The rental yield ‘estimate’ calculator allows you to work out the gross and net rental yields on any individual property or your entire portfolio.
Calculating your rental yield estimate will help you see if your property may be a good investment, and you might need it if you’re considering a buy to let mortgage. Further instructions are below:
- This calculator is in GBP and English Tax law and therefore is only suitable for calculations for UK property.
- If you’re working out rental yield based on the current property value, enter the property value into the form. If this is a new purchase use the purchase price and add all associated costs of purchase.
- As you are working out rental yield based on the property purchase cost you can add the cost and all the individual considerations such as stamp duty, mortgage fees and refurbishment costs among others. If you are not sure what these are then please get in touch and we will endeavour to assist.
- Next enter the monthly rent amount estimate or the current rent if the property is already let, into the calculator.
- If you know the estimated running costs you can add them individually, costs such as council tax, insurance, ground rent and service fees etc are all relevant
- Once you’ve entered all the information click the large calculate button to see your rental yield percentage.
The gross yield is before all running costs and the net after deduction of all running costs.
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NOTE: This calculator is only a guide and none of the calculation results are guaranteed returns. Please ensure you seek advice from a reputable source and do not make investment decisions based on the outcome of this calculation particularly if estimate amounts are used.