||A house and lot are for sale for $155,000. It is estimated that $45,000 is the value of the land and $110,000 is the value of the house. If purchased, the house can be rented to provide a net income of $12,000 per year after taking all expenses, except , into account. The house would be depreciated by straight line using a 27.5-year depreciable life and zero . Mary Silva the prospective purchaser, wants a 10% after-tax rate of return on her investment after considering both annual income taxes and a capital gain when she sells the house and lot. At what price would she have to sell the house at the end of 10 years to achieve her objective? You may assume that Mary has an incremental income tax rate of 27% in each of the 10 years.