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rent·er

 (rĕn′tər)
n.
1. One that receives payment in exchange for the use of one's property by another.
2. One that pays rent for the use of another's property; a tenant.

renter

(ˈrɛntə)
n
1. a person who lets his or her property in return for rent, esp a landlord
2. a person who rents property from another; tenant
3. (Film) a distributor of films to cinemas for commercial showing
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.renter - someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that is owned by someone elserenter - someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that is owned by someone else; "the landlord can evict a tenant who doesn't pay the rent"
leaseholder, lessee - a tenant who holds a lease
boarder, lodger, roomer - a tenant in someone's house
payer, remunerator - a person who pays money for something
2.renter - an owner of property who receives payment for its use by another person
owner, proprietor - (law) someone who owns (is legal possessor of) a business; "he is the owner of a chain of restaurants"
References in classic literature ?
She became a subscriber; amazed at being anything in propria persona, amazed at her own doings in every way, to be a renter, a chuser of books
I suspect," said Sir Walter coolly, "that Admiral Croft will be best known in Bath as the renter of Kellynch Hall.
A small, low door gave egress from the walled space we have been describing into the projected street, the ground having been abandoned as unproductive by its various renters, and had now fallen so completely in general estimation as to return not even the one-half per cent it had originally paid.
Stagnant wages for working-class Americans indicate that these gains in renter wages are primarily due to a change in the composition of renter households, with more high-income households renting.
com)-- Renter Nation, the country's only website by, for and about America's more than 100 million residential renters, announced today that they are “strongly critical” of the upcoming Spike TV series entitled World's Worst Tenants.
Most of the brokers who've signed on so far work in Manhattan, and a few work in Brooklyn, a breakdown that matches the site's renter demographics, Desai said.
The states with renter protection laws include provisions requiring a mandatory period of notice of foreclosure or eviction, ranging from 3 to 120 days.
Because she was a renter rather than a property owner, some of her options were limited in her fight to keep her business.
If you're a renter and you ever want to buy a house, you want your good rental history to show up on your credit report to improve your FICO score," said Martino.
The findings suggest that, given their financial fragility and low levels of financial literacy, the renter population could have a difficult time responding to income shocks and the financial consequences associated with them.
Explain other benefits a policy provides, such as paying for living expenses if a disaster prevents a renter from living in his or her apartment.
If a loss occurs, for example, the vehicle contract requires that the renter obtain all information requested in the damage report form provided with the contract, notify police and obtain a copy of the report, and notify the rental agency immediately of the loss.