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for rent

Available for use or service in return for payment.
See also: rent
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For example, a five-year, calendar-year lease providing for rent of $100,000 per calendar year and total rent of $500,000 contains a qualifying rent allocation.
Previously, a cash basis lessor could defer income until payment was received, while an accrual basis lessee could deduct an amount for rent properly allocable to each year of the lease (even though the amount was not payable until a later year).
4% as landlords reduced concessions slightly in spite of intensifying competition from condos available for rent.
These buyout formulas, similar to Rent Guidelines Board Orders for rent increases, produce more reasonable buyout levels, and as a consequence, developers have started to rely on this code section in order to vacate their buildings and when performing their due diligence for new acquisitions.
Since last summer, when the city halted rent increases for major renovations, applications for ``owner occupancy'' evictions had jumped nearly 22 percent, said James Hildebrandt, assistant director for rent stabilization with the Los Angeles Housing Department.
He was paid a limited amount for each day it was available for rent and a larger amount for each day it was rented to third parties.
Meanwhile, households in the lowest income groups pay more than 60 percent of their income for rent, largely because they don't get the good rent control deals.
The rate of vacancy for rent stabilized units as a whole was 2.
Similarly, if a lessor credits rent paid toward its assumed obligation to make leasehold improvements, the improvements will be considered a substitute for rent.