Hey guys, I'm confused about how yield is calculated. I believe in general the formula is: (Rent-expenses)/(property price) Fair enough, but I didn't pay For whole cost, I only put down say 20%. So my real yield wouldn't it be: (Rent-expenses)/deposit? It also makes more sense cause the only way to vary the yield is by playing with the 2 variables rent and expenses. With the first formula, if my property appreciate, my yield reduces. But I've still use only the deposit as capital. Thanks guys!