An asset inflation calculator can help you understand how much of your money is at risk when it comes to falling property prices.LSM’s Asset Inflation tool shows you how much your money could lose by investing in real estate.
It shows the difference between the amount of money you would have saved over the course of the year and the amount you could potentially have invested if you kept your existing investment portfolio.
The asset inflation is based on a standardised formula that accounts for inflation in real world values and also includes a range of other factors that affect the price of a property.
For example, the value of the house may be rising faster than your money would normally appreciate, and that might mean your house is worth more in the long term than it is now.
You can also look at the change in property prices since you bought your home, to see how your investment in real assets might affect your property’s value.
For instance, if you had a $100,000 home when you bought it, the inflation would show it would be worth $70,000 at the end of 2035.
But if you invest in the property over that same period, your house could be worth just $18,000.
So, if your current investment portfolio has an asset inflation of 10%, your house would be valued at $25,000 in 2035 and $37,000 when you sell it.
This is just one example of how you can use the asset inflation function to see what might happen to your home if it loses value.
If you’re thinking about selling your home you might also consider the value and value of other assets, such as your savings, car, business and other investments.
You may be able to see the inflation in your investment portfolio by using the Property Inflation Calculator to compare the real estate values of a house and a property with your previous investment portfolio, and to get an idea of how your current portfolio might be affected by the value fluctuations.