You can analyze house-hacking deals either with our rental or BRRRR calculator, depending on the strategy you're using. It is not much different than analyzing a traditional rental, except you will be collecting less rental income due to you living in the property.

In either case, you can look at several different scenarios both with you living in the property and with it fully rented (after you move out).

If you're house-hacking a multi-family property, use the Rent Roll worksheet to enter all of the units in the building and set the rent of the unit you'll be living in to $0.

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