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move out

(from under someone or something) Go to out (from under someone or something).
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move out

 (of some place)
1. to leave a place; to leave; to begin to depart. (Especially in reference to a large number of persons or things.) The crowd started to move out of the area about midnight. They had moved out by one o'clock.
2. to leave a place of residence permanently. We didn't like the neighborhood, so we moved out of it. We moved out because we were unhappy.
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move someone or something out

(of some place) to cause someone to depart or leave; to carry someone or something out of a place. Move those people out of here. They are crowding up the room. Please move all that stuff out.
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move out

v.
1. To begin to leave: This cold weather is finally moving out. The troops will move out at dawn.
2. To stop occupying a residence or place of business and go elsewhere: She bought a new house up the street, and she's moving out of her apartment this weekend.
3. Slang To move extremely quickly: I couldn't catch that thief running down the street—he was really moving out!
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On the other hand, the upheaval also led to move outs by people on subsidy who could not afford to pay 30 % of their income in rent.
Growing to 7,700 units, McDougal Properties implemented MANAGEMENT Plus, a comprehensive property management software solution specializing in data management for affordable housing, as well as general property management tasks including applications, move ins and move outs, maintenance issues, marketing and numerous other functions.
From processing move ins and move outs, to creating reports, tracking marketing efforts and organizing vital subsidized housing information, MANAGEMENT Plus provides property managers with the key to enhanced data management.
Operating results improved this quarter, as the apartment business continues to get stronger with higher interest rates curtailing move outs.
Unaudited Homeowner and Home Renter Activity Three Months Ended December 31, Same Communities Real Estate Segment 2005 2004 2005 2004 Homeowner activity: Homeowner move ins 122 38 168 62 Homeowner move outs (352) (425) (584) (835) Home sales 151 724 241 903 Repossession move outs (272) (756) (374) (953) Net homeowner activity (351) (419) (549) (823) Home renter activity: Home renter move ins 195 562 344 754 Home renter lease with option to purchase move ins 263 229 432 341 Home renter move outs (743) (747) (996) (871) Net home renter activity (285) 44 (220) 224 Net activity (636) (375) (769) (599) The following reconciles the above activity to the period end occupied homesites.
New 1/1/99 Net 3/31/99 Net 1/1/99 3/31/99 Number of Leasing Rentable SF Rentable SF Leased SF Leased SF Move Outs Downtown Office* 2,594,972 4,208,696 2,265,051 3,908,939 9 Suburban Office * 3,238,308 3,238,308 3,013,783 3,022,008 16 Total Office 5,833,280 7,447,004 5,278,834 6,930,947 25 Industrial 5,834,974 5,903,798 5,283,678 5,352,502 1 Total Portfolio 11,668,254 13,350,802 10,562,512 12,283,449 26 SF of Number of SF of New Start of Year End of QTR Move Outs New Leases Leasing Occupancy% Occupancy% Downtown Office* 26,630 20 70,895 87.
Unaudited Homeowner and Home Renter Activity For the Three Months Ended September 30, Same Real Estate Communities Segment 2005 2004 2005 2004 Homeowner activity: Homeowner move ins 57 94 74 104 Homeowner move outs (414) (525) (705) (712) Home sales 302 105 478 194 Repossession move outs (91) (218) (164) (314) Net homeowner activity (146) (544) (317) (728) Home renter activity: Home renter move ins 194 1,183 370 1,495 Home renter lease with option to purchase move ins 1,127 24 1,628 34 Home renter move outs (965) (715) (1,224) (766) Net home renter activity 356 492 774 763 Net activity 210 (52) 457 35 Acquisitions and other- homeowners - - - 130 Net activity, including acquisitions and other 210 -52 457 165 The following reconciles the above activity to the period end occupied homesites.
Delinquencies resulted primarily from three factors: soft markets/tenant move outs, requests for discounted pay offs/rate reductions, and matured performing loans.
Pen Interconnect Chairman/CEO James Pendleton said: "Net sales for the fourth quarter decreased by $2 million or 24% over the prior quarter primarily due to a sharp downturn in the semiconductor capital equipment market, slowdown in purchases and move outs of orders in the telecommunication industry.
Recoveries, Retail Sales, Tenant/Property Maintenance, Move Outs