Market rent


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Market rent

The current rental value of a property, which varies according to local or national market conditions.
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500 units at the full market rent of $800 per month = $400,000 x 12 = $4,800,000 (GPI)
The ability to sublet at current market rents, irrespective of the level of rent currently payable to the landlord, is extremely advantageous to a tenant with excess space.
Introducing Guest Beer and Market Rent Only options will deliver fair market rents and ensure licensees are able to buy beer at competitive prices.
I was also informed that there are no plans for Cardiff council to consult on whether or not market rent should be paid by high earners who hold council tenancies.
Such a requirement is unrelated to the actual market rent and will be difficult for appraisers to ascertain; at the same time, it will increase both costs and frustration levels for apartment owners.
A BIRMINGHAM social landlord has been accused of pricing poorer people out of inner-city properties after asking to charge near market rents for housing originally intended to be sold at discount.
It is more constant than market rents due to the lease; and if the tenant defaults, the space presumably can be leased at the higher market rent.
No consideration, however, was given to property owners that had subsidies below Fair Market Rents (FMR).
Fair Market Rents are used to calculate the maximum subsidy HUD provides households with Section 8 vouchers.
If comparable market rents do support the contract rent, and the contract rent is equal to market rent, then fee simple value equals leased fee value.
On the one hand, there is the practical difficulty of developing option language specific enough to eliminate any controversy on how market rent will be determined.
15 per hour afford the fair market rent for a one-bedroom unit in their community.

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