cost rent

cost rent

n
(Commerce) (in Britain) the rent of a dwelling calculated on the cost of providing and maintaining the property without allowing for a profit
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Beautiful high end consignment shop with furniture, art, accessories and oriental rugs in upscale neighborhood with low cost rent and additional inexpensive temporary storage when needed.
The Bank offers low cost loans starting at one per cent interest to incentivise development partners to build up to 4,000 homes on a range of sites, with the condition that these homes will be rented to Londoners at low cost rent (with a minimum discount to market of 20 per cent) for at least 7 years.
And crucially thousands of new homes, many for low cost rent or sale, are being built.
These homes would then be let to Londoners at low cost rent, below the market rate, for a ten year period before being sold on, with the loan repaid to City Hall.
Two Castles is currently regenerating a derelict former Salvation Army site at Lansbury Close, Birtley, to provide six two-bedroom, eco-friendly homes ( and at Slaley in Northumberland it is building another seven homes for low cost rent and shared ownership.
Two Castles is currently regenerating a derelict former Salvation Army site at Lansbury Close, Birtley, to provide six two-bedroom, eco-friendly homes - and at Slaley in Northumberland it is building another seven homes for low cost rent and shared ownership.
It maintains that closure is the only realistic option, given that Hartlepool already has an all-weather berth and that to provide one at Teesmouth, even if it were given by PD Ports, would cost rent, around pounds 200,000 a year running costs and, in a few years at least pounds 2m for a new lifeboat.
With low numbers of students and high cost rents, what will encourage students to come to Stockton as against a city like Durham?
Thomas Vale Construction has vowed to build the homes in Astwood Lane, Feckenham, for the West Mercia Housing Association which is making them affordable by offering low cost rents and shared ownership schemes.
Downtown absorption was four times the construction rate (a robust 20 million square feet while construction deliveries totaled only 5 million square feet) due to below replacement cost rents in many cities.
2% has an upside in its leased percentage (86%) and below market and replacement cost rents.
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