Rent roll


Also found in: Financial.
a list or account of rents or income; a rental.
- Bouvier.

See also: Rent

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The health service executive (HSE), the executive agency that provides Ireland's public health services, has committed to a new 25-year lease representing approximately 65% of the total rent roll.
5 times the rent roll with a cap rate of four percent.
Previous year HealPay, introduced its Rent Roll App, which assists landlords collect monthly rent checks.
Their rent roll has been steady over the years but suffered in 2009 and 2010 when the business was leased to a third party.
The parade currently has a rent roll of pounds 50,050, but would have an estimated rent roll of pounds 67,500 if the lease were re-geared and two vacant units let.
An appraiser should, therefore, carefully mine the rent roll for all relevant information that can support reasonable estimates and arguments.
12 times the current annual rent roll and at a four percent cap rate.
The quoting yield on the property ( annual rent roll divided by the selling price ( is 7.
Combined, they sold for 11 times the current annual rent roll at a 5.
Over three quarters of the rent roll is contracted to the Health Service Executive.
The quoting yield on the property - annual rent roll divided by the selling price - is 7.
The current occupancy of Credit Foncier is 24% of rent roll.