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What is ‘yield’?

In relation to property, ‘yield’ can be divided into two categories, gross yield and net yield. Gross yield is the percentage returned from an investment in property, derived by dividing the rent per annum by the value of the property and multiplying by one hundred.

Net yield is the gross yield less any expenses. For example, if you own an investment property and are receiving $250 per week rent and the property is valued at $230,000, then the gross investment yield you are receiving is 5.6%. If you have annual expenses of $5,000, then the net yield is 3.4%.

About Adam Nobel

Principal
M. Bus, Grad Dip Adv, B.Int Bus, LREA

adam@hugoalexander.com.au

0417 007 001

Adam is the founder and Principal of Hugo Alexander Property Group. With a previous career in advertising, 20 years experience in property investment, and 14 years in Brisbane real estate, he knows the market inside out to ensure his clients grow their wealth faster.

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