early occupancy

early occupancy

If agreed among the parties, the ability of a purchaser to take possession of property before closing. Under some circumstances, a buyer who takes early occupancy may be considered as assuming the risk of loss if there is a fire or other destruction of the property. In other words, the buyer may be obligated to proceed to closing at the full purchase price, even if the seller has no insurance coverage.

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It's little wonder the early occupancy rates are strong.
and is offered with flexible terms to encourage an early occupancy.
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One of the concessions being given to encourage early occupancy is shorter tenancies, the survey confirms.
With material readily available, delays are eliminated resulting in speedy construction and early occupancy.
Stearns unique processes aided in eliminating challenges and contributed to early occupancy of the casino and administration building, as well as meeting the owner's financial and performance-driven goals.
Under an early occupancy lease agreement, design and engineering employees will move into a portion of the three office towers in July.
Project delivery has been structured to employ an accelerated delivery schedule and a phased construction strategy to accommodate the University's need to achieve early occupancy.
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