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Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for Jan 2017

The US annual inflation rate for January 2017 jumped by the most four years according to government data released Wednesday, February 17. iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current inflation rate data. This enables you to now compute inflation rates from 1913 through January 2017. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in January 2017 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $100.00 for similar goods and services in 1933. (Answer: $1867.99).

iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute, however. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1962, 2013, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $1,950, $25,500 and so forth).

So You Know

If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for December 2016

The US annual inflation rate over 2016 climbed at the fastest pace in five years according to government data released Wednesday, January 18. iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. So you can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through December 2016. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in December 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $20.00 for similar goods and services in 1913. (Answer: $484.86).

iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute, however. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1962, 1995, 2011, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $20, $950, $2,500 and so forth).

So You Know

If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated To Reflect November 2016 Increase

The annual inflation rate jumped the most in over two years according to the government data released Thursday, December 15 as a result of a cost of living in the United States for the fourth month in a row.

iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. So you can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through November 2016. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in November 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $20.00 for similar goods and services in 1913. (Answer: $487.58).

iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute, however. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1962, 1995, 2011, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $20, $950, $2,500 and so forth).

So You Know

If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Calculating a Buyer’s Maximum Purchase Price

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Real estate agents and buyers are often faced with the dilemma of trying to calculate the maximum purchase price a buyer can afford to pay based upon certain buyer criteria.

  1. The buyers desired cash down payment
  2. The buyers desired monthly mortgage payment
  3. The buyers anticipated mortgage rate and terms

For example, let’s say that the buyer has $10,000 cash to put down, can afford to pay $1,200 per month, and would reasonably expect a bank to quote a fully amortized thirty-year loan at 5.9% interest rate.

The solution is fairly straightforward: cash down + loan amount = the maximum purchase price.

Okay, but the challenge is being able to calculate the correct loan amount at an interest rate of 5.9% that will fully amortize at $1,200 per month (principal and interest) for 30 years.

To make it easy for you, we have included a “Maximum Price” calculator in our iCalculator program. You just enter four lines of data to get the result. (Note illustration below).

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So You Know

The buyer’s maximum purchase price is just one of over sixty online real estate calculators available in iCalculator. See them all at real estate calculators

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for October Increase

According to government data released Thursday, November 17, annual inflation in the United States ran at the fastest rate in two years as consumer prices in October climbed the most they have in the previous six months of this year.

iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. That means you can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through October 2016. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in October 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $20.00 for similar goods and services in 1913. (Answer: $488.34).

But so you know: iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1956, 1988, 2015, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $20, $780, $1,000,000, or whatever).

So You Know

Users never pay for updates. So if you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for September

According to government data released on Tuesday, Oct 18, the annual inflation rate rose 1.5% in September–a near 2-year high inflation jump. As a result, iCalculator has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. That means users can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through September 2016. For example, “How much would I have to spend in September 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services I spent $20.00 for in 1913?”

Of course, you’re not limited to those years. With our Inflation Rate calculator. you can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1928 and 1952, 1988 and 2013, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $1,000,000, or whatever).

Users never pay for updates. So if you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update. Learn more about iCalculator…

Sales Proceeds Calculation {Video}

I made a video to illustrate a quick and easy way property sellers can estimate how much cash they can expect to receive as sales proceeds due to a sale.

This video will walk you through a sample sales proceeds calculation using the sales proceeds calculator included in my iCalculator suite of online real estate calculators.

The result is based upon a couple of entries in the user-friendly form and is the proceeds before income taxes. To learn more about iCalculator visit the site

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for May 2016

ProAPOD’s iCalculator online real estate calculator has been updated to reflect the April increase in the US inflation rate as published by the Consumer Price Index on May 2016.

Given this update to iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator, users will now be able to compute inflation rates from 1913 through April 2016. For instance, $20.00 spent for goods and services in 1913 show that it will now require $483.36 in 2016 for those same goods and services. This reflects a cumulative rate of inflation of 2316.8% during that time.

All updates to iCalculator are free to current users and applied automatically.

To learn more about all 61 real estate calculators included in iCalculator, click here: Online Real Estate Calculators

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for April 2016

ProAPOD’s iCalculator online suite of real estate calculators has updated its inflation rate calculator to reflect the latest US government CPI data released on April 14, 2016.

This means that you can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through 2016. For instance, $20.00 spent for goods and services in 1913 would cost $481.07 in 2016 for those same goods and services. That’s a whopping 2305.4% jump in the inflation rate over the past 103 years.

The inflation rate calculation is just one of over sixty real estate calculations you can make with iCalculator’s online suite of real estate calculators. Check them all out on our ProAPOD website at real estate calculators.

So You Know
Updates to iCalculator are always free to existing customers. Just login to the calculator and the inflation rate update (along with any other current updates) will be readily available when you use the calculator.