There are two metrics located on the Property Details page, “Annual NOI” and “Cap Rate”.
These two metrics are very important to real estate investors, as they show how your property is performing on an annual basis. Many real estate calculators use projected cap rate and NOI, while Rentastic uses actual cap rate and NOI. This means that Rentastic reports your cap rate and NOI values on a rolling 12-month basis.
If you haven’t yet used Rentastic to track the performance of a property for an entire year, your values may appear slightly off, because Rentastic doesn’t yet have enough data. Continue classifying your transactions, and tracking your income and expenses. After a 12-month period, the values with be accurate.