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Appraisal Math and Discounted Cash Flows

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Dawn Ringer

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I am taking an Income Cap Course online (I know bad idea), and needed some help as the school has limited support. Two questions, one basic and the other a little more complex. I am using an HP12C to make calculations

1 - I forgot how to determine a loan balance midway into a loan when you know the original loan balance, interest rate, and loan term. I know I learned this in Appraisal 101, but that was a long time ago!

2- When doing discounted cash flow analysis, how do you use the HP12C to enter a changing income stream...I think it involves the NPV function on the calculator, but I am unsure how to do it.
 

Dawn Ringer

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Thank You - I bought my HP over 14 years ago and could never find the manual!
 

PropertyEconomics

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Cash flows are the blue CFj and Nj keys .... if they are changing .. they are entered for each income period (month, year, etc).
 
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