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    ROI formula

    Hi,
    I have problem, I need a formula ROI, when I change month like 60 to 70 or etc the interest Rate calculate as per month changing, please check the screenshot.

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: ROI formula

    So, you will be looking to find the RATE associated for a fixed Pmt, when you change the TERM?

    Are you looking to answer: "What rate do I need to get for a given loan term, if I have X dollars to spend on the loan each month"?
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    Re: ROI formula

    when I change term for example 60 month to 70 month Rate will be increase as per term like 5 % to 6% .....

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    Re: ROI formula

    Seller takes a free and clear cash flowing rental property and sells it to an investor. The terms of the sale are the investor(buyer) puts 50% cash down on the property and seller then carries a seller financed note for the balance of the purchase price (example selling price 46,631.82 buyer puts down 23,315.91 seller carries a note for 23,315.91. Want to show optimal sales price with the best possible ROI.
    Data Point Manipulation;
    When the seller increases the term (i.e. 60 months to 72 months) then the interest rate MUST increase by one percentage point (5% to 6% etc.)

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    Re: ROI formula

    Right, but that's more of a math problem than an excel problem. Can you post an example sheet? I have something to try in mind.

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    Re: ROI formula

    I have attached excel file please check.
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    Re: ROI formula

    any expert here for help me?

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    Re: ROI formula

    Ok. When I put in 70, your Note Amount changes to 26,667.14 - do you want that value to NOT change?

    Here's why I'm confused:

    If I change Term to 70, leave monthly payment at 440, and change interest rate to 9.9168% - I get a Note Amount of 23,315.92 (same as the Down). I don't see where the 6% comes in.

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    Re: ROI formula

    I told 6% is an example.

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    Re: ROI formula

    Ok, so in that scenario, was the number 9.9168% what you are after? Is that what you wanted to get?


    If my guess was wrong - what are you trying to do? Please provide a specific correct example of the 'right' answer.

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    Re: ROI formula

    no problem in note amount, I only need formula in INt Rate, that should be change according to Term

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    Re: ROI formula

    Please answer my previous question.

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    Re: ROI formula

    Sir, in Simple words I only need formula in Int Rate, formula reflect from Term, when we change term the interest rate will change as per term

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    Re: ROI formula

    I don't know what you are after - I've passed your question off to another posting for further help.

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    Re: ROI formula

    Quote Originally Posted by farhangul View Post
    Sir, in Simple words I only need formula in Int Rate, formula reflect from Term, when we change term the interest rate will change as per term
    I'm not sure I understand any better than GeneralDissarray. Are you looking for the RATE() function? https://support.office.com/en-us/art...0-83fc59e748ce

    If so, I would suggest you become familiar with all of the built in functions related to Present value type problems, as there is a built in function for each quantity in the present value equation.
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