Rent roll

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a list or account of rents or income; a rental.
- Bouvier.

See also: Rent

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We recently sold a portfolio of 32 buildings at an average of 8 1/2 times the rent rolls.
This article demonstrates useful techniques for analyzing rent rolls, market rents, percentage rents, and absorption.
Rent rolls that had 70% of rents significantly below market in 1986 have only 1525% below market today.
What's more, and even on most smaller apartments in Manhattan below 96th Street rent rolls that had 70% of rents significantly below market in 1986 have only 15-25% below market today.
Our new Realm Online handles all billing needs including rent rolls, billing register, lease expiration information and security deposit reports -- all of which can be accessed and updated via modem.
Our new Realm Online handles all billing needs, including rent rolls, billing register, lease expiration information and security deposit reports - all accessible for updating via computer modem.
Rudofsky says in the past, most re-sale prices for apartment buildings have been multiples of rent rolls, and a good operator could bring up rents and therefore the income by spending money on the building because "everything was under-rented.
Although pre-conversion rents for the stabilized apartments at the Ascot were relatively high for the times as it was a new building - some one-bedroom units are currently bringing in $2,200 - any investor will carefully have to weigh the potential rent rolls at current market versus what action the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal might take.
The banks will model the cash flows to the reality of the rent rolls, says Collins, allowing for tenant improvements, leasing commissions, tenant refit and lobby and elevator cab refit before they assume those costs will be covered by rapidly rising rent rolls.
To comply with Section 581, since most co-ops and some condos were converted from rental properties and are usually rent stabilized - rent rolls are now "worked-up" to determine an artificial rent roll, which is then capitalized to find a market value for the building for tax purposes.
Those who purchased properties towards the end of the rise at ten to fifteen times rent rolls "missed the boat and really got clobbered," Hauspurg said.