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STUDIO
SCENE
MONTHLY RENTS
HIGHER RENTS
GROUND RENTS
DAY
ESTIMATE
RELATION
CUSTOMER
DEFINITION
EXTENT
WEB
OPPORTUNITY
DISCUSSION
INFLATION
APARTMENTS
APARTMENT
VALUE
BUYERS
ESTATE
PERSON
PURCHASES
FUNDAMENTALS
MARKET
GROWTH RATE
PAYMENTS
COMPANY
WEB HOSTING COMPANY
LOWER
CAPITAL GAINS
BUSINESS
PURCHASE
FIRST TARGET
HOUSE PRICES
KULAMAVU
SELLER
INTEREST
LAND RENTS
LAND
OWNER
PROFITS
HOUSES
HOUSE
HOUSING
TAXES
LENDER
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Definitions

  1. Rents are much better behaved than houses, and they don't experience bubbles.
  2. Definition: Rents are returns in excess of the opportunity cost of the resources devoted to the activity. (Web site)

Studio

  1. July. Rents a studio at 31bis rue Campagne-Premire. (Web site)

Scene

  1. Baal-perazim - Baal having rents, bursts, or destructions, the scene of a victory gained by David over the Philistines (2 Sam. (Web site)

Monthly Rents

  1. Verification of Rent: Form used in mortgage lending to verify monthly rents paid and late payments, if any.

Higher Rents

  1. His work on housing conditions in Austria revealed to him that taxation hindered capital investment and limited supply leading to higher rents. (Web site)

Ground Rents

  1. If the community collects all ground rents via taxation, the landowner, as such, cannot sell land for profit.

Day

  1. By day, Wan Chai is a bustling commercial center as the rents are quite expensive in neighboring Central. (Web site)

Estimate

  1. They estimate that rents accounted for 30 to 50% of the wage differential between the finance sector and the rest of the economy. (Web site)
  2. One is that the estimate of economic rents that are presently being extracted is undoubtedly too low. (Web site)

Relation

  1. This paper investigates the relation between the term structure of rents and future spot rents.

Customer

  1. A Dedicated Server is where one customer rents or leases one or more dedicated servers for their own use.

Definition

  1. By definition, dedicated hosting means that the webmaster rents an entire server, which is not shared with anybody.
  2. Dedicated Server - The definition of a dedicated server is a form of internet hosting in which the client rents an entire server for their exclusive use.

Extent

  1. In a sample of 38 countries, we find large variations in the extent of rents in the public bureaucracy. (Web site)

Web

  1. The web host essentially rents out space to you so that you can get your website up on the world wide web.

Opportunity

  1. Still, users were willing to pay higher rents for particular sites because those sites offered some beneficial opportunity for production or commerce.

Discussion

  1. The concepts of rents and rent-seeking are central to any discussion of the processes of economic development. (Web site)
  2. The discussion simply attempts to provide a rough estimate of the amount of economic rents that might be available. (Web site)

Inflation

  1. In every booming economy prices of land, housing and rents increase far more rapidly than the overall rate of inflation.

Apartments

  1. The rents on apartments near Ichigaya tend to be high, so most teachers choose to live in one of the many bedroom communities outside of Tokyo. (Web site)
  2. A strong economy therefore results in higher real-estate prices, higher rents on apartments and higher mortgage rates.

Apartment

  1. If you are looking for an apartment in Dresden, take a look at the list of rents which you can download from the official website www.dresden.de.

Value

  1. After a 5% increase in rents, we ended with a property value of $1,680,000, NOI of $100,800 and a CAP rate of 6%. (Web site)
  2. The value of these public policies, from the industry's perspective, lies in preventing uninhibited discussions that would dissipate Holocaust rents. (Web site)

Buyers

  1. Many buyers interviewed by The Sunday Times claimed they were not worried about rents in Bulgaria as they had bought primarily for capital growth.

Estate

  1. Ground rents from Maryland to Hawaii: leasehold interests in residential real estate.

Person

  1. An arrangement where a person sells property to another but immediately rents it from the purchaser. (Web site)

Purchases

  1. Customer - A customer is a person who purchases or rents real estate, but is NOT represented in the transaction. (Web site)

Fundamentals

  1. Fundamentals - growth in rents - explain little of the trend and variance of rent-price ratios for all locations we study. (Web site)

Market

  1. In PERFECT COMPETITION, there are no economic rents, as new FIRMS enter a market and compete until PRICES fall and all rent is eliminated.

Growth Rate

  1. When taken together, figures 1 and 2 show that rent-price ratios vary more across regions than the growth rate of rents. (Web site)

Payments

  1. Rents: payments for supplying property resources (adjusted for depreciation it is net rent).

Company

  1. In simple terms, Dedicated Server Hosting means that a company rents or leases a computer and network connections for its website from a web hosting service. (Web site)
  2. A web host provider is a company who rents out web space and bandwidth to those who wish to publish a web site. (Web site)

Web Hosting Company

  1. The only difference is that a third party buys or rents a web server from a web hosting company at a cheaper costs and self becomes a web host.
  2. Co-location Website hosting: In dedicated web hosting Australia the customer rents the web server, which basically belongs to the web hosting company.

Lower

  1. Depending upon the prices and the yield curves for the other species, the hypothetical rents may be higher or lower than those calculated above. (Web site)

Capital Gains

  1. It includes capital gains, rents, dividends and interest income. (Web site)
  2. In particular, the dynamic Gordon growth model imposes that long-run real capital gains are identical to the long run growth rate of real rents. (Web site)

Business

  1. Commercial real estate is the owning of a building small or large warehouse a company rents from so that it can conduct its business.
  2. Alternatively, for hire purchase contracts, the business partly purchases and partly rents the equipment. (Web site)

Purchase

  1. The trustees were empowered to purchase property in Eton High Street and rents were used for various local needs. (Web site)

First Target

  1. The first target was a member of the Roman Catholic Church hierarchy, Canon Ulick Burke, who eventually reduced his rents by 25%. (Web site)
  2. The first target was land owned by a Canon Ulick Burke, and the result was an astounding success when the Canon was forced to reduce rents by 25%.

House Prices

  1. The most compelling evidence that home prices are over-valued in many countries is the diverging relationship between house prices and rents. (Web site)
  2. During this period, the ratio of rents to house prices was insensitive to movements in interest rates. (Web site)

Kulamavu

  1. The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB), which looks after the dams, rents out boats for the two-hour cruise between Cheruthoni and Kulamavu. (Web site)

Seller

  1. This comes up when the seller of the relinquished property gives the buyer a credit at the closing for the security deposits and prorated rents.
  2. To avoid the tax, the seller should use his own funds to pay those security deposits and prorated rents to the buyer.

Interest

  1. Professor Fetter seems also to have missed the point of the central doctrine as to rents, quasi-rents and interest, given above. (Web site)

Land Rents

  1. It was the first clear exposition of the source and magnitude of land rents, and is among the most important and firmly established principles of economics.

Land

  1. Lessee The person who rents land or property from a lessor.
  2. They reasoned that income is distributed among workers, entrepreneurs and landowners receiving wage income, profit and land rents respectively. (Web site)
  3. Land income consists of land rents and capital gains, whereas capital income consists of interest payments. (Web site)

Owner

  1. Some states treat the mortgagee as the "legal" owner, entitled to rents from the property. (Web site)

Profits

  1. However, profits can include economic rents, which do not produce efficiency.
  2. Ricardo thought that high or low wages and profits were the cause of high or low prices, while high or low rents were the effect of these prices. (Web site)

Houses

  1. A tax upon ground-rents would not raise the rents of houses.

House

  1. When you rent your property out, the occupant also rents your chattel or personal property in the house which wears and tears from their use. (Web site)

Housing

  1. A third result is that "fundamentals", housing rents in our case, are of little importance for explaining the trend or variance of housing valuations. (Web site)
  2. In this paper we equate fundamentals with housing services, and measure these services with housing rents. (Web site)
  3. Keywords: Rent-price ratio, house price, housing rents, interest rate. (Web site)

Taxes

  1. At closing, various expenses such as taxes, insurance, interest, rents, etc. (Web site)
  2. Prorates insurance, taxes, rents, etc.

Lender

  1. In the event of default, the mortgage may give the lender the right to accelerate payments, take possession and receive rents, and start foreclosure. (Web site)
  2. Assignment of Rents Procedure in which borrower gives lender the right to receive rents collected from a tenant in a house owned by borrower.
  3. Section 3--Assignment of Rents; Appointment of Receiver; Lender in Possession Comment: In section 3(c), imposition of personal liability is not acceptable. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Rent
  2. Leases
  3. Dividends
  4. Wages
  5. Mortgage Payments

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