Rule Of 72 And Rule Of 69

Definition of "Rule of 72 and rule of 69"

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Rule of thumb approach used to determine how long it takes to double an investment in real estate. Under this approach, dividing the number 72 by the fixed rate of return equals the number of years it requires for annual earnings from the real estate investment to double.

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