ProAPOD Offers a Unique Online Real Estate Calculator

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Users can make dozens of computations related to real estate investment at their finger tips plus learn the meanings and formulas while they calculate totally online.

ProAPOD, a popular provider of real estate investment software solutions since 2000, announced this week the development of a unique real estate calculator that should be of great interest to brokers, agents, investors, educators, and students.

Similar to a hand-held financial calculator, this program solves for dozens of time value, cash flow, tax shelter, amortization, and investment real estate returns, but with less effort. Plus, it includes the meanings and formulas for the calculations, thus providing an excellent and proven way to learn and teach the returns related to real estate investment.

This calculator is 100% web based and requires only a simple login on a PC, MAC, or other device that connects to the web. And though very much in the quality tradition of the earlier (software) version calculator that ProAPOD put into the Corporate Finance classroom at Southwestern College Kansas, this new online real estate calculator requires no initial downloads, no third-party software, and provides users with mobile online access 24/7.

"The idea for this instructive calculator actually originated following the success we had with the students at Southwestern College Kansas," ProAPOD owner James Kobzeff says. "Students were so glad to make the calculations needed in the classroom on a lap top rather than with a hand held calculator, I decided to put the program online and kick it up a notch with additional functions and features."

According to Kobzeff, this online real estate calculator is a virtual bundle of calculators organized by category as follows: Amortization, Tax Shelter, Cash Flows, and Investment. A category selection each opens an array of calculators assigned to that category which in turn each open the appropriate form to make the computation.

A sampling of the various types of computations made by this calculator include: Present and future values, internal rate of return, net present value, depreciation allowance (both mid-term and annual), taxable income, cash flow (before and after tax), return on equity, cap rate, cash-on-cash return, sale proceeds (before and after tax), as well as various types of mortgage payment solutions (including an amortization table).

Kobzeff also points out two computations included in this online calculator that might be of particular interest to some users: the Financial Management Rate of Return (FMRR) and Accumulation of Wealth (AoW) suggested by the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Institute, as well a rate of return calculation that targets those who fix and flip properties. "My commitment is to provide a truly special tool," says Kobzeff.    

Features and Functionality Summary

1)    Effortless computations
2)    Learning and teaching tool
3)    Mobile online access

Availability and Pricing

The ProAPOD Real Estate Calculator requires just a one-time payment without any subscription fees and can be purchased directly from our website at by following Real Estate Calculator.

The price is $49.95; however a 50% discount is extended to real estate professionals, schools and organizations, educators, and students (cost just $24.95).

Plus, the calculator comes with a full money-back guarantee. Users can try it risk-free for five days and if for any reason they decide not to keep it their money will be refunded in full with no questions asked.

About ProAPOD

ProAPOD is a privately held software company initiated in 2000 located in Salem, Oregon. James R Kobzeff is the founder and owner and has over thirty years of experience as a real estate agent, broker, and investor. His real estate investment software has been featured in REALTOR©Magazine as a "Cool Tool", and his software version calculator was selected for classroom studies at Southwestern College Kansas.

James Kobzeff, Owner
ProAPOD Real Estate Investment Software


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