intensive properties

intensive properties

[in′ten·siv ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(chemistry)
Properties independent of the quantity or shape of the substance under consideration; for example, temperature, pressure, or composition.
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The properties behind such loans are usually not prime assets, but management intensive properties well away from the metropolises.
The companies - which became Real Estate Investment Trusts earlier this year - are examining portfolios for smaller, more management intensive properties to sell, now that they no longer have to pay capital gains tax.
Mr James Tuckey, chief executive of MEPC, said: "The disposal of these smaller, relatively management intensive properties continues our strategy of rationalising our portfolio.
Despite a challenging climate in property financing, taxpayer assets will remain highly coveted by investors seeking to trade out of more management intensive properties, such as apartments.
WiredZone is an operating venture jointly owned by the Apollo Real Estate Investment Funds and Prescott Realty Group, bringing together the capitalization and hands-on operating expertise needed to manage bandwidth- intensive properties as that market need grows.

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