stabilized income

stabilized income

The income from a property once it reaches stabilized occupancy.

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10) When this amount is multiplied by the first-year NOI of $10,000, the result of $14,301 is the LAE or stabilized income.
Analysts should use the PV and the FV of the stabilized income streams with caution.
Recent vintage transactions, which are typically more concentrated by loan balance and have greater exposure to larger loans without stabilized income at issuance, will prove particularly susceptible to future losses attributable to the prolonged macroeconomic downturn'.
Targeting stabilized and near stabilized income producing properties, The Sovereign Group's dedicated team of management and acquisition professionals takes a hands-on management approach, combining technology and resourcefulness to reduce operating costs and reposition assets- through aggressive leasing and "out of the box" thinking.
A stabilized income and expense statement is intended to reflect the anticipated operating results of a property over its remaining economic life, considering any or all applicable stages of build-up, plateau, and decline in the life cycle of a hotel.
EBS Funds invest in both stabilized income producing commercial property and value added, opportunistic commercial real estate.
The occupancy and lease rate of the complex have been historically high relative to the grading of the shopping mall and as such, Fitch IBCA applied lower 'haircuts' to arrive at its stabilized income contribution and also applied lower DSCR relative to the rest of the pool.
90 times (x) debt service coverage on the 'AA' rated issue, based on a hypothetical 10% refinance rate and Fitch's stabilized income figure, and 2.
Marc Giuffrida, executive director, CBRE Global Capital Markets, commented: "Given the low yield levels and the shortage of investable stock, particularly stabilized income producing assets in domestic markets, Asian insurance companies will have to explore opportunities in overseas markets.
All are well maintained and have stabilized income.
An appraiser may merely apply an inflation factor to stabilized income and expenses and if the inflation factor is correct, the two analyses develop the same value estimate.
Because commercial real estate loans of banks are often made on relatively new properties, examiners generally consider estimated stabilized income streams when making their assessments.
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