Investments glossary

Gross Income Multiplier

A gross income multiplier (GIM) is a rough measure of the value of an investment property. It is calculated by dividing the property’s sale price by its gross annual rental income. Investors can use the GIM—along with other methods like the capitalization rate (cap rate) and discounted cash flow method—to value commercial real estate properties like shopping centers and apartment complexes.

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