Definitions for "Gross yield"
of an investment - the percentage return before income tax is paid.
The gross yield on an investment is the annual gross dividend or income received expressed as a percentage. The gross yield is used in preference to the net yield, becauce investors can make a direct comparison with (gross) interest yields from other loanstocks and gilts.
(Annual rental income × 100), divided by purchase price. The net yield, however, the income minus all overheads and costs, including fees and taxes – is the critical figure. Learn more about important figures if you’re buying a property at auction to let.
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