Wall Street doesn't want investors to know that the easiest way to achieve that objective is to minimize all fund expenses--not only operating expenses
, but trading costs, market impact costs, the cost of cash and taxes as well.
Total operating expenses
in 2004 for all types of cooperatives combined (low-rise, townhouse and combination) increased to $3,296.
The maintenance of the assets of a building and the repairs to those assets are charged to tenants as operating expenses
A tenant would pay for increases in operating expenses
over the amount established for its Base Year.
The Fitch stress case increases fixed and variable operating expenses
by 5% and results in a reduction in bond and consolidated DSCRs of .
But operating expenses
rose more sharply in 1996 than in 1995, indicating that cost control will be a vital area for apartment owners and managers to watch during the next few years.
As a rule, lease language defining operating expenses
, real estate taxes, and the mechanics to be used to bill tenants, is not all inclusive or objective, according to Patrick Leardo, partner-in-charge of C&L's Real Estate Advisory practice.
Operations continued to use cash throughout the periods reported due to lower revenues and higher than normal operating expenses
: Operating expenses
are highest in San Francisco, at S6.
2 million mainly due to higher average propane unit margins and higher fees in response to increases in operating expenses
Real estate taxes, porter wages, operating expenses
and ties to the Consumer Price Index head a menu of options available to tenants which brokers say are unique to New York City's rental market.
For the six months ended June 30, 2006, selling, general and administrative expenses and overall operating expenses