The Rent Roll in NYC Real Estate Explained

A rent roll in NYC real estate is a summary of a property’s rental income streams. The purpose of a rent roll is to help a prospective buyer calculate various real estate valuation metrics, such as the Net Operating Income (NOI) and Cap Rate. In addition to itemizing the actual monthly rental rates, rent rolls may also show the lease expiration date for each unit, projected monthly rents, estimated annual expenses, actual and projected gross annual and net operating income, as well as the actual and/or projected cap rates. Rent rolls are only provided for multifamily properties which have more than one unit. If you’re buying an occupied single-family home or apartment as an investment, there’s no need for a rent roll. The listing agent will simply tell you what the current rent is and when the lease expires.

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