Enter the monthly rent (\$), the interest/return rate (%/year), and the total number of years into the calculator to determine the Compound Rent.

## Compound Rent Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the Compound Rent.

CR = MR * (1+(r/100))^t

• Where CR is the Compound Rent (\$)
• MR is the rent (\$)
• r is the interest/return rate (%/year)
• t is the total number of years

## How to Calculate Compound Rent?

The following example problems outline how to calculate Compound Rent.

Example Problem #1

1. First, determine the monthly rent (\$). In this example, the monthly rent (\$) is given as 10000 .
2. Next, determine the interest/return rate (%/year). For this problem, the interest/return rate (%/year) is given as  5 .
3. Next, determine the total number of years. In this case, the total number of years is found to be 5.
4. Finally, calculate the Compound Rent using the formula above:

CR = MR * (1+(r/100))^t

Inserting the values from above yields:

CR = 10000 * (1+(5/100))^5 = 12762.81 (\$)

Example Problem #2

The variables needed for this problem are provided below:

monthly rent (\$) = 15000

interest/return rate (%/year) = 6

total number of years = 10

Entering these values and solving gives:

CR = 15000 * (1+(6/100))^10 = 26,862.71 (\$)