Skip to main content

New answers tagged

1 vote

What is the difference between Capitalization Rate and Return on Assets?

Cap Rate is a measure of the income versus the price of the property in real estate. Price goes up, cap goes down, and vice versa. Return on Assets is a measure of how effective a company is at using ...
therealchriswoodward's user avatar
-2 votes

What is the difference between Capitalization Rate and Return on Assets?

You’re right, Capitalization Rate (Cap Rate) and Return on Assets (ROA) are both metrics used to assess profitability. Cap Rate is more specific to real estate. It looks at the return on a single ...
SponsorCloud's user avatar
0 votes
Accepted

Inflation-adjusted contributions and returns

The year 1 figures appear to be all end-of-year figures, as if the interest is being applied to depreciated investments, i.e. (1+7%)*(9708.74 + 970.87) = $11,427.18
Chris Degnen's user avatar
  • 9,877

Top 50 recent answers are included