occupancy rate

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Noun1.occupancy rate - the percentage of all rental units (as in hotels) are occupied or rented at a given time
pct, per centum, percent, percentage - a proportion in relation to a whole (which is usually the amount per hundred)
hospital occupancy - occupancy rate for hospitals
hotel occupancy - occupancy rate for hotels
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Shoukry said that the reason behind the improved occupancy rates is the relative proximity to Cairo, and the low accommodation prices in Alexandria.
The survey pointed out that Beirut was among 19 cities that posted an increase in occupancy rates and had the second-lowest rise in the region after Muscat in Oman (+1 percent).
Occupancy rates for South Africa's hotels are projected to increase from 58.
Occupancy rates within one Sharm El-Sheikh hotel have dropped from 90% to 18% since the Egyptian government's dispersal of pro-Morsi protests in Cairo last month, reports the Daily News Egypt .
Egypt witnessed very positive changes in December, with overall year-to-date occupancy rates increasing in Cairo, by 8.
Expect slow and steady gains in the overall Southern California economy to continue to push up apartment rents and occupancy rates that now rank among the highest in the country, according to the Casden Real Estate Economics Forecast, released by the University of Southern California Lusk Center for Real Estate, Los Angeles.
In addition to loan performance, the indicators give operators and investors a national snapshot of other financial and performance benchmarks, including loan volume, occupancy rates, move-in rates, and capitalization rates.
based research group's study on fourth quarter 2003 occupancy rates highlighted two types of assisted living facility properties in the marketplace: Well-operated ones with occupancy percentage rates in the 90s that are thriving, and those with occupancy rates in the mid-80s that are still struggling.
But demand from the other two-thirds of the market - people relocating to the region, college graduates moving back in with parents and retirees moving to group living facilities - continues to grow, resulting in higher occupancy rates.
Hotel occupancy rates in Puerto Rico for February averaged 85.
Parsons, CFO of Host Marriott Corporation, pointed out that hotel occupancy rates were declining steadily even before Sept.