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Rent

Regular payments to an owner for the use of some leased property.

Rent

A regular, usually monthly, payment that a person makes in exchange for the use of an asset he/she does not own. That is, rent is the payment on a lease. The term is most often used to refer to payments on a leased dwelling or other piece of real estate.

rent

the periodic payments made to the owners of ASSETS (for example, household and industrial premises, car hire) for the use of these assets. See LEASE, LEASING, LEASEBACK, INCOME.

rent

the periodic payments made to the owners of ASSETS for the use of their land or other assets as either FACTORS OF PRODUCTION or for consumption. In aggregate terms, rents are a source of income and they are included as a part of NATIONAL INCOME. See also ECONOMIC RENT, NATIONAL INCOME ACCOUNTS.

rent

Payment for the privilege of possessing space one does not own.
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Analysis of a hypothetical but not unrepresentative example of a major contaminated property indicates that most of the economic damage would be likely due to the loss of marketability and rentability during the cleanup period, with only minor loss due to subsequent stigma.
Of the six independent variables of the first regression model (CMP) only the financial leverage (LEV), weight of fixed assets in the total assets (PAI) and the financial rentability rate (ROE) are determining factors that influence significantly the average weighted cost of the capital of the enterprise: about 47% of the CMP variation is explained by LEV and ROE and about 33% of the CMP variation is explained by PAI.
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The Trust's ability to generate consistent rent increases and better than average occupancy rates is fueled by management's commitment to maintenance and improvement practices that add value and rentability to its properties.
A lack of financing makes it difficult for some owners to subdivide the space, further limiting its rentability.
We are proud to have finally reached rentability and we are confident in continuing this way.