rent escalation

rent escalation

See escalation clause.

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Sale-and-leaseback with WALE (by revenue) of over 8 years and built-in annual rent escalation provide stable and growing income streams |
One factor to take into account is the lack of a rent escalation clause, which would be an unreasonable omission in a perpetual lease.
T-Mobile has committed to maintain its communications facilities on the towers from Crown Castle for a minimum of 10 years with annual rent escalation provisions tied to the consumer price index.
Equation 9 does not depend on any sub-index, therefore the tenant is irrelevant for the landlord when rent escalation following the inflation is allowed.
The owner of the business also owns the retail space, and will offer a 3 year lease at ONLY $800.00 per month to start, with a 5% rent escalation per year.
Audits often identify inadvertent mistakes made in the interpretation or calculation of rent escalation and other revenue-generating lease clauses.
The rent escalation factor beyond year 6 is expected to follow a normal distribution with a mean of 3% and a standard deviation of 2%.
LAN-based property management system, pmLION, addresses ever-changing leasing terms, calculations, and time-sensitive rent escalation routines.
Babani called for a rationalisation in the cost of promotions and a commercial rent regulation to address rent escalation. "Most malls have been escalating costs on a year-to-year basis.
Rent escalation, at least slightly above the general consumer price inflation rate, appears achievable.
The property is located in Maryland, and is occupied under two, separate double-net leases with approximately 6.3 years of term remaining and a rent escalation of 2.0% annualised.
Also, the company said that the property is in Alabama, USA and is occupied under a double-net lease guaranteed by Starbucks corporate with almost a decade of term remaining and a 10% rent escalation in March 2023.