A projection of the total amount of money that an investor can expect to make from a real estate investment over a specific period of time. These returns are calculated including estimates of rental income, as well as potential appreciation in the value of the property.
The cumulative return is the total change in the investment price of an asset over a set time, albeit an aggregate return, not an annualized one. The estimated cumulative return of an asset is the projected cumulative return for the following period (year or other time measurement unit), based on historical performance and other factors.
For investors, reinvesting the dividends or capital gains from a previous investment impacts its cumulative return.
In calculating the estimated cumulative returns of a MetaWealth™ real estate asset, we take into account several factors. Factors that can influence estimated cumulative returns include the location of the property, the condition of the property, and market conditions.
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