Sentences with phrase «vacancy costs»
Homann added that it was «pleasing» to see that idle grid connection capacities would now be utilised almost completely, avoiding «unnecessary vacancy costs
This is a big help to landlords because vacancy costs
can really add up.
We use some innovative leasing techniques and strategies that are specifically designed to minimize expensive vacancy costs
It also takes into account different types of leases, those that [originate] at the beginning and end of month, plus it factors in vacancy costs
, new demand versus renewal demand and lead times for lease applications.
I'd like to share a few examples of new measures we have rolled out over the past year to continue to drive down maintenance and vacancy costs
for our clients.
You may think you are saving money by always using the home warranty company, but if the tenant does not renew their lease because of home warranty company delays, you will end up spending more money to make your rental property ready to rent again as well as additional leasing and vacancy costs
I think unless this thing is forecasting an amazing CAP rate after factoring in higher than normal vacancy costs
, estimated maintenance costs, and possible estimated litigation fees for evictions I would stay away for a first time investment, there are plenty of deals out here to not get caught up in a nightmare.
Your PM could be liable for vacancy costs
if he did not provide proper notice, depending on your state's laws.
We consider expenses, such as property tax, insurance, and estimated maintenance and vacancy costs
This offers added security and reduces the risk for potential vacancy costs
during the first 18 months of ownership.
Extended vacancies cost
companies an average of more than $ 800,000 annually, according to 2017 CareerBuilder research.