There are different ways to calculate the value of a lease, with some comparing the cost to the value.
However, in this article we’ll look at the simple, cheapest way to calculate this value, which is to calculate your lease value by dividing the amount you pay by the number of years you are on the lease.
This means that if you are a 30-year lease and you own a Nissan Xterra, you’ll pay £10,811 a year in rental payments, or about £2,542 a month.
This is a savings of £20 a month, or almost £4,000 a year.
In other words, you could earn an extra £2.25 a week by paying less for your lease.
But if you want to buy a car and have the cash to pay for the car, you can earn even more money by simply buying a car from the dealership, rather than renting.
For this, you would pay £18,939 a year or about an extra €2,700 a month (or £6,300 a year).
You can see the full range of lease value figures in our guide to car leasing.
How to estimate the value If you buy a lease for £3,500 a year, for example, and it expires in 12 months, you will get £3.25 per month (see our lease calculator).
You could then buy a Nissan Altima or Acura RDX for the same price, and save £10 a month ($14,200).
In addition, if you buy an Audi A4 for £2-3 million ($3.6-5.4 million) and it is due for renewal, you save €3,100 ($4,400) a year ($6,700) by buying it instead of renting.
You could even buy an Acura TLX for around £3 million a year and make a profit of €3.5 million ($5.6 million) a month by renting it.
The exact number depends on the price of the car and the duration of the lease, but the average value of the four leases currently available in the UK is £7,816.
If you decide to rent out the car for a year after the lease ends, you have a very different situation to the leaseholders in the previous example, as you could save more money.
The same rule applies to buy-to-let landlords.
If the property has been on the market for less than 12 months and you have already bought it, you do not have to pay the rent, but if it has been in the market long enough to become unsold, you may have to make an additional payment.
You may also have to give your landlord a deposit of at least 10 per cent of the sale price, as this will depend on how much of the total purchase price you have paid.
This deposit is normally £100 ($120) but you can get more if you rent out a car or a house for less money.