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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 ?
"I suspect," said Sir Walter coolly, "that Admiral Croft will be best known in Bath as the renter of Kellynch Hall.
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!
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.
The investigation revealed that the house was a rental property that was occupied by a middle-aged renter. Neighbors told police that the renter works nights as a delivery driver, and "has lived there about a year and is a very nice man." The renter was fast asleep when he was awoken by the sound of glass shattering.
Sioux Falls, SD, July 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Renter Nation, (www.renternation.com) the country's only nationwide group by, for, and about America's more than 100 million residential renters and a leading advocate for the “renting lifestyle,” has called on the providers of rental housing to broadly reform their policies concerning security deposits.
renters have a renter's insurance policy to protect their properties.
Compared to the nearly flat homeowner household growth rate, the renter household rate grew by approximately 1.5 million in the past two years alone, bringing the current number of renter households to 39 million.
Moreover, all the information that renters share by using MapThatPad will be available to brokers -- with the renter's permission -- so that brokers can help deliver a renter an apartment that actually meets his or her demands.
While target renter markets vary by type of building and location, two distinct groups stand out in today's rental environment.
A probit analysis of participation in retirement savings during the previous twelve months of renters and owners in the 45-54 age group and the 55-64 age group shows that renter status is significantly negatively associated with participating in retirement savings in both groups, even after controlling for percentage of income spent on housing costs and various economic and demographic variables.
Wynne said [service members] should make a detailed inventory of their personal property and also should consider purchasing flood insurance, which is not part of standard homeowner or renter insurance policies.