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Ep 5 Andrea - Pay Off Properties Early

This is Episode 5 of Real Estate Financial Planner™ podcast.

After she is done acquiring her properties in year 9, Andrea takes any excess cash (above $50K) and tries to pay off the lowest balance properties first.

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  • 2  Accounts (including  Default Cash Account)
  • 1  Properties
  • 4  Rules

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  • Adjust how much money you start with in any  Account
  • Model variable stock, bond and real estate rates of returns
  • Change how many  Properties you buy and when you buy them
  • Set your own personalized target monhtly income in retirement to indicate when you reach financial independence
  • Model receiving social security payments when you reach a certain age
  • See what happens if there is a market crash or correction for your stocks, bonds and/or your real estate
  • Tweak price and rent appreciation rates for individual  Properties or all your  Properties
  • Find out what happens if you pay off your mortgages early... with cash flow each month or only when you have enough to pay off the  Property in full
  • Use equity in  Properties you own to cash-out refinance and buy more  Properties or invest it elsewhere
  • Model buying more  Properties than you need then selling off any extras to pay off the remaining  Properties to achieve your own user-defined financial independence number
  • Evaluate your own safe withdrawal rate and see how it impacts your investment plan
  • And much, much more...

Scenario

  • Modeled for 480 months (40 years)
  • 15% effective income tax rate
  • 3% inflation rate
  • 4.875% mortgage interest rate
  • 4% yearly safe withdrawal rate (SWR)
  • $4,000 minimum target monthly income in retirement (MTMIR) in today's dollars
  • $20,000 ideal target monthly income in retirement (ITMIR) in today's dollars

Accounts

Summary of assumptions for the Account in this Scenario.

  • Account Name:  All-In-One Account
  • $100,000 starting account balance
  • 8% yearly rate of return (at start)
  • Asset Type: Stocks

Properties

Summary of assumptions for the Property in this scenario (at the start of the Scenario).

Property Address/Description: Typical Rental Property

  • This  Property is a Dynamic resuable template of a property that we can buy multiple copies of using  Rules.
  • This  Property is a Nomad™ property that you live in until you buy your next owner-occupant property. When you buy your next Nomad™ property, this one becomes a rental.
  • This  Property uses dynamic  Rules to determine when we buy/sell it in the  Scenario.
  • Account for down payment, income and expenses for this  Property:  All-In-One Account
  • $250,000 property value and purchase price and it goes up at a rate of 2% per year.
  • 5% of purchase price for down payment.
  • 1% of purchase price in closing costs at time of purchase.
  • No seller concessions.
  • 3.125% is the mortgage interest rate with a term of 360 month mortgage term.
  • Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) at a rate of 0.8% of the initial loan balance until the loan-to-value drops below 80%.
  • $1,600 per month in rent but rent increases at a rate of 3% per year.
  • 3% of the monthly income is the assumed vacancy rate.
  • 10% of the monthly income is the assumed maintenance rate.
  • 0.65% of the value of the property each year is the assumed property taxes rate. Based on the initial value of $250,000 that's about $1,625 per year in property taxes at the start and it changes as the property value changes.
  • 0.4% of the value of the property each year is the assumed property insurance rate. Based on the initial value of $250,000 that's about $1,000 per year in insurance costs at the start and it changes as the property value changes.
  • This is a residential property and 15% of purchase price is considered the value of the land (when doing our depreciation calculation).

Rules

These are the Rules included with this Scenario.

Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment - Buy Nomad™ Properties

  • This  Rule runs for the entire  Scenario.
  • This  Rule will buy another copy of the Dynamic (template property) Typical Rental Property whenever  All-In-One Account has enough for down payment and closing costs...
    • Plus at least $10,000 Inflation Adjusted left over in the  Account
  • This  Rule requires that with the purchase of the property with this  Rule that Debt-To-Income ratio remains below 45%.
  • This  Rule will only buy 9  Properties maximum. But if you sell any, it will try to buy more to replace them.

Paycheck and Personal Expenses - Job and Living Expenses

  • This  Rule runs for the entire  Scenario.
  • Depositing both your paycheck and pulling expenses out of the same  All-In-One Account.
  • Both paycheck and personal expenses will be Inflation Adjusted.
  • Gross paycheck is $4,000 Inflation Adjusted.
  • Assuming a tax rate of 19.65% on your paycheck.
  • Net paycheck (after taxes) is $3,214 Inflation Adjusted per month.
  • The paycheck will stop when they reach "Financial Independence" (goal of Minimum Target Monthly Income in Retirement achieved).
  • Personal expenses are $1,980.54 Inflation Adjusted per month.

Pay Down Loans with Cash Flow - Payoff Properties

  • This  Rule starts on month 120 and runs for the rest of the  Scenario.
  • When 1115 has more than $50,000 Inflation Adjusted use the extra to pay down mortgages on  Properties with the extra.
  • Pay down the lowest balance loan first.

Passive Income - Andrea's Social Security at Age 65

  • This  Rule starts on Jan 2046 and runs for the rest of the  Scenario.
  •  Passive Income is typically used for things like social security, pensions, or annuities. Unlike  Paycheck and Personal Expenses they count toward whether you qualify for financial independence.
  • $1,423 Inflation Adjusted in gross passive income per month.
  • Assuming a tax rate of 18.63% on this passive income.
  • Net (after taxes) deposited to  All-In-One Account is $1,157.90 Inflation Adjusted per month.

Significant Events

These are the  Significant Events for this Scenario.

  • Month 1  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 13  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 25  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 37  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 49  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 61  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 73  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 85  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 97  Bought New Dynamic Property Based On Rule Buy Property When Account Has Down Payment
  • Month 128  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 129  Achieved Financial Independence Goal
  • Month 158  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 180  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 197  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 212  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 225  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 237  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 248  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 259  Paid Off Mortgage
  • Month 406  Achieved Ideal Financial Independence Goal