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Vacancy rate

The ratio of the currently vacant area to the total available space.
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One final observation: it appears that equilibrium vacancy rates tend to be lower for residential properties and higher for office properties.
While Midtown vacancy rates continued to move lower this quarter, the pace at which they have fallen has slowed," said Delmonte.
about asking and effective rents which can be combined with the more readily available data on physical vacancy rates to calculate an economic vacancy rate.
Retail vacancy rates ended 2007 on a higher level, increasing by 40 basis points in the fourth quarter compared with the third quarter, or rising by 110 basis points from the end of 2006, said TWR.
In the Palmdale station, the vacancy rate was about 28 percent, and that was also distributed evenly between the city and unincorporated areas.
The report calls for a larger inventory of permanently affordable non-profit housing that would offer low-income and special needs households a measure of protection from volatile changes in the housing market, as vacancy rates, interest rates and rents fluctuate from year to year.
Although there won't be any developments on the scale of, say, the Roppongi Hills complex, a steady supply of new buildings--including developments in Marunouchi and Nihonbashi--are likely to keep vacancy rates high in the near future.
8 per cent) having the second highest vacancy rates among CMAs in the country.
Midtown recorded an increase in vacancy rates for spaces in high-end buildings for the first time in more than a year.
In the office market, vacancy rates continued to decline--but at just half the rate of the previous two quarters, falling 10 basis points to 14.
said that the industrial market is full and that an office market with a vacancy rate under 10 percent means that more projects should be built.
Vacancy rates in social care are "about twice as high of those for the totality of all private and public sector business activity in England".