If I paid 113,000 for a house four years ago that is now worth 135 how do I calculate my rate of appreciation? I can’t find a calculator anywhere on the internet.

Thanks

use a Hewlett Packard hp 12c which has been around 20+ years( i still have and use mine).

PV = $113,000

FV = $135,000

Term + 4 Years

IRR (internal rate of return) = approx. 4.54% per year. FMRR may be slightly different.

Howdy Racn1wrx:

You may also use simple math to find the total return.

135-113=22/113=19.47%

It increased in value almost 20%

Wow , thanks for the reply. I’ve heard of the hp 12c but there’s all these new real estate specific calcs out now i will probable order one. Thanks again,

you can use this link to download an excel spreadsheet that will

calculate IRR for you.

http://snipurl.com/IRR_excel

You can buy them on Ebay cheaper then the store. There I go again ebay ebay ebay. Man that is what I get for sitting around all day long! I need to get a job!

texas instruments has a Real estate calculator you can get for $15 on ebay. i like that a lot.

much easier to use than hp 12c.

Plug the numbers in here:

http://www.morebusiness.com/tools/financial_calculators/compound.ttml

It gets pretty close to the other results.

There are other calculators at: