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1. If you originated a \$200,000 @ 5 1/2%, compounded monthly, for 30 years, what amount of;monthly payment on your part will allow you to have a balance of \$75,000 in 10 years?;2. NOI, Net Operating Income is the investors annualized PGI Potential Gross Income less;V/C Vacancy and Collection Loses, plus MI Miscellaneous Income, less O/E Operating;Expenses, less Capx Capital Expenditures. If you have an investment property with a;\$1,500,000 annual PGI and 5% annual V/C, no MI, and \$54,416.67 monthly in O/E and no;Capx, what would be the property NOI? You must show your process and calculations.;Remember to annualize.(7 pts);3. NOI is the income in IRV (Income, Rate, and Value) as the PV of a perpetuity in practice;IRV is traditionally employed to estimate property value.;Where V represents property value, I represents Net Operating Income, and;R r represents the Capitalization Rate (Cap Rate). Notice, and, resulting in. So, IRV is;really just the present value of a perpetuity;Assume cap rate (R) for comparable property is 7% and net operating income I is;\$920,000. Both are annualized figures. State the estimated property value of the;building by way of IRV by showing and explaining your calculations. (5 pts)

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