Be aware that your actual return on investment will vary depending on a variety of factors and your personal circumstances.
There are a number of ways in which you can calculate the rental yield from a buy to let property.
‘Yield’ is a term used to describe the return on the cash invested into an asset or other investment vehicle – in this case, a rental property – and is expressed as a percentage.
Select the type of yield you wish to calculate from the menu, add the required information and click ‘calculate’.
Read more about calculating gross, net and real yields here: Calculating the profit of a Buy to Let portfolio.
Calculate your monthly repayments for an interest only or capital repayment Buy to let mortgage.Load this calculator
Calculate how much rent you may need to charge based upon the size of your mortgage loan.Load this calculator
Use our free tax calculator to get an estimate of how much tax you may need to pay on rental income for the year.Load this calculator
Find out if your tenant(s) will be able to comfortably afford your monthly rent using our Buy to Let rent affordability calculatorLoad this calculator
Most landlords need to pay extra stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on buy-to-let property acquisitions. Use our stamp duty calculator to find out how much you need to pay.Load this calculator
For buy-to-let investors, an LTV calculator can be an invaluable tool to check the ratio between the value of their property and the debt secured against it.Load this calculator