rent roll


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rent roll

A list of tenants, usually including the lease expiration date and rental rate for each one.

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These assets have a floor area of 205,000 sq ft, include 10.4 acres of land and have a contracted rent roll of GBP 0.9m per annum.
It was built in 1930 and sold for 11.9 times the rent roll, with a cap rate of 5.4 percent.
Primary Health Properties said the remainder of the rent roll comes from four separate GP practices that have entered into long leases and other complementary tenants including a dentist, optician and physiotherapist.
"The Rent Roll App is something we have used to diversify."
A rent roll also contains information about a project's tenant mix and lease expirations, which can be used to evaluate a property's future vacancy and turnover risks.
It sold for $6,800,000, which was also 16 times the rent roll. The rents were below average in both buildings.
"The property's strong rent roll and long-term leases should provide stable cash flow to the buyer."
Over three quarters of the rent roll is contracted to the Health Service Executive.
The quoting yield on the property - annual rent roll divided by the selling price - is 7.1%, based on an annual rent roll of pounds 308,000, rising to 7.4%, based on market rates for the existing tenants' rents.
It sold for 13.5 times the rent roll with a cap rate of four percent.
Primary Health Properties said the remainder of the rent roll comes from 25 year leases to a group of GPs and a national pharmacy operator.
The price reflected an initial rental yield ( rent roll divided by selling price ( of around 7%, based on an annual rent roll of pounds 392,000.