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What’s the difference between ‘gross’ rent and ‘net’ rent?

Every property has running costs, like management fees, repairs and tax. We subtract those from the total amount of rent collected (gross rent) from the tenants in a property. What you’re left with is the rental income (net rent) which is shared between investors in that property. So: gross rent - (fees + tax etc) = net rent. Net rent goes to everyone who invests in that property. We work all this out and show you before you decide whether a property’s for you (or not).

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