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1A register of a landlord's lands and buildings with the rents due from them.
- ‘The centre also provides a genealogical service which is backed up by an extensive computer database, based on church records, school registers, rent rolls, cemetery records, census returns, local newspapers and street directories.’
- ‘They include property administration, facilities management, administration of the rent roll, maintenance, risk and revenue.’
- ‘Agencies that provide a management service are responsible for monitoring the rent roll, service charges, the day-to-day running of the property and regular inspections.’
- 1.1 A landlord's total income from rent.
- ‘If it was then rented out to three students paying €70 each per week, the monthly rent roll would be €840, leaving a much lower shortfall for the landlord to make up.’
- ‘The combined rent roll is £124,000 per annum - these range from £18,500 to £24,165 per unit.’
- ‘Reviewing an investment acquisition for value-enhancing opportunities can mean more than just enhancing the property's rent roll with market rate rents.’
- ‘The future rent roll from the property, which otherwise would be subject to income tax at 42 per cent, is sold on or securitised.’
- ‘The centre has a book value of £150 million and an annual rent roll of £8 million.’
- ‘Faced with rising agricultural prices, landlords set out to ensure that the value of their rent rolls would rise correspondingly.’
- ‘Despite the sharp fall in the amount of office space managed, office rent rolls actually eked out a small increase.’
- ‘The section 23 residential element of the scheme might be attractive for investors with an existing rent roll.’
- ‘With this rent roll, the trading company can lend him 95 per cent of the cost of a Section 50 apartment.’
- ‘The current rent roll is £38.1m, suggesting there is much more scope for growth in the portfolio.’
- ‘The cost depended on the size of the stake and the rent roll.’
- ‘The next review on the five-storey property is likely to produce a significant hike in the rent roll.’
- ‘The rent roll is expected to rise to £2.6 million a year once agreed lettings have been completed.’
- ‘The three upper floors are let as offices on shorter leases and in all, the current rent roll amounts to more than €79,000 per annum.’
- ‘The 155,000 sq ft centre has a rent roll of £1.95m and there are plans to develop a further 50,000 sq ft of space.’
- ‘The fund's share of the current £8 million annual rent roll from the shopping centre will be used to service the borrowings.’
- ‘The restored properties will be sold fully furnished and enjoy a current rent roll of €1,142 per month.’
- ‘Dunnes Stores is the anchor tenant in the centre, which has a rent roll of around €2.5m and is located in the Dublin suburb of Crumlin Cross.’
- ‘All are let on five and ten year leases and provide an annual rent roll of £25,700.’
- ‘The centre has a rent roll of €3 million and the next review is due in 2004.’
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