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What is a rental yield calculator?

Rental Yield Calculator helps the investors calculate the gross and net rental yields on a property or an entire portfolio of properties for rent.

Rental Yield calculator is used in case you need to evaluate if a property has good rental returns so you can decide on your investment. You might also require this if you are planning a buy-to-let mortgage.

Current property value
Property purchase costs

Stamp duty
Valuation fees
Survey fees
Legal fees
Mortgage deposit
Mortgage fees
Refurbishment costs
Other buying costs
Monthly rent
Annual costs

Repairs and maintenance (per year)
Ground rent and service charges (per year)
Insurance (per year)
Letting agency fees (per year)
Utility bills payable by landlord (per year)
Council tax (per year)
Vacancy loss (per year)
Other property costs (per year)

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Your Questions Answered

Rental Yield Calculator helps the investors calculate the gross and net rental yields on a property or an entire portfolio of properties for rent.

Rental Yield calculator is used in case you need to evaluate if a property has good rental returns so you can decide on your investment. You might also require this if you are planning a buy-to-let mortgage.

Our Rental Yield Calculator can be used for all real estate investments in the UK in GBP currency.

For the rental yield based on the current property value, insert the property value into the form. For the rental yield based on the property purchase cost, you can enter the full amount into the box. On the other hand, you can also add additional charges, including stamp duty, mortgage fees and refurbishment costs, amidst others. Insert the monthly rent amount into the calculator. Insert a combined total value of your annual costs (if you have it ready) or add these individual costs separately to calculate the full amount. With all the information added, you can click to review your rental yield percentage.

It is quite simple to calculate the rental yield for a single property - you need to divide your annual rental income by the property value and multiply with 100. This number will be your rental yield percentage. It would help if you also excluded the from rental income all regular charges, such as maintenance and similar.