investorsMONTEREY COUNTY April 4, 2021

Determining Cash Flow By Using Rentometer – Lynne MacFarlane, Realtor [Video]

I like to educate my clients and friends about what’s going on in the real estate market and depending on whether you’re a seller or buyer (or investor) I’ll give you the facts so you can make informed decisions. Several folks in the Bay Area are interested in buying in Monterey county. I thought I’d go over what’s happening in Monterey (click here for  the RealScout report), if you’re thinking of getting a second home or buying a retirement condo but would consider using it as a rental until it’s time to retire.


Here’s the Link for an Up-to-Date Market Report for Monterey Condos/ Townhomes…/NzYyOTJfX2NpdHk…

Monterey Market Report - Lynne MacFarlane, Realtor

Here’s a great tool that I like to use to determine what the average rent is for a specific area, it’s called Rentometer – As an investor you can take a peek by plugging in an address and enter the number of bedrooms and baths. Here is an example below

Here’s a brief video on how  you can determine if a purchased property is cash flow positive using Rentometer (and any mortgage calculator).

By Using Rentometer – Lynne (Watanabe) MacFarlane, Intero Real Estate Services — Watch Video

Search for your vacation or retirement home in Monterey California here

Call me today and let’s arrange a casual coffee or Zoom meeting for any of your real estate questions and locations of interest.


Lynne MacFarlane, MCDM, SRES, SRS
Intero Real Estate Services | Berkshire Hathaway affiliate

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