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Nabil is considering buying a house while he is at university.
The house costs $200,000 today. Renting out part of the house and
living in the rest over his five years at school will bring him a
net income of, after expenses, $650 per month. He estimates that he
will sell the house after five years for $210,000. If Nabil’s MARR
is 6 percent compounded monthly, should he buy the house?
**Use annual worth**.

Answer #1

Interest rate per month (i) = 6%/ 12 = 0.5%

n = 12 * 5 years = 60

Annual Worth = -200,000(A/P, 0.5%, 60) + 650 + 210,000(A/F, 0.5%, 60)

= -200,000(0.0193) + 650 + 210,000(0.0143)

= - 3,860 + 650 + 3,003

= -$207

Since annual worth is negative, therefore, he **should
not** buy the house.

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