How to Analyze a 5% Down Single-Family Nomad™ Property

Are you interested in investing in real estate, but don’t have a lot of cash on hand? The Nomad™ strategy might be perfect for you! With as little as 5% down, you can start building a real estate portfolio and creating passive income for yourself.

But how do you know if a property is a good investment? That’s where The World’s Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™ comes in. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through how to use the spreadsheet to analyze a 5% down Nomad™ property.

The video above walks you through how to analyze the deal using the spreadsheet.

Step 1: Gather Information

The World's Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™
The World’s Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™

Before you can start analyzing a property, you need to gather information about it. This includes:

  • Purchase price
  • Down payment percentage
  • Interest rate
  • Mortgage amount
  • Closing costs
  • Rent-ready costs
  • Monthly rent
  • Expenses (property taxes, insurance, HOA fees, etc.)

Step 2: Plug in the Numbers

Once you have gathered all of the necessary information, it’s time to plug it into “The World’s Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™.” The spreadsheet will automatically calculate your cash flow, return on investment, and other important metrics.

Step 3: Evaluate the Numbers

Now that you have the numbers, it’s time to evaluate them. Here are some key metrics to look at:

  • Cash flow: Is the property generating positive or negative cash flow?
  • Return on investment: What is the return on your investment?
  • Reserves: Have you set aside enough money for reserves in case of unexpected expenses?
  • Equity: What is your return on equity?

Step 4: Make a Decision

Based on the numbers, you need to make a decision: Is this property a good investment or not? If the numbers look good, it might be time to move forward with the purchase. If the numbers don’t look great, it might be time to pass on the property and look for something else.

Step 5: Consider Buying Down Your Interest Rate

If the numbers look good but your cash flow is negative, you might want to consider buying down your interest rate. This will lower your monthly mortgage payment and improve your cash flow.


Analyzing a 5% down Nomad™ property can seem overwhelming, but with “The World’s Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™,” it’s easy to evaluate the numbers and make an informed decision. Just remember to gather all of the necessary information, plug it into the spreadsheet, evaluate the numbers, and make a decision based on the results. Happy investing!

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