# Predicting an IRR

#### billyshears

##### Board Regular
I am trying to solve for IRR.

If I want to achieve an IRR in any year of 9% and I have my cash flows but need to solve for sale equity, what should I use?

So if in year 4 of owning a property, I want to sell it to achieve a 9% IRR and I have my original equity number and my cash flows, how do I solve for the sale equity I need?

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