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immediate occupancy

[of an apartment or house] ready to be moved into at this moment. This house is for immediate occupancy. You can move in today if you want. The apartment is empty, so that means immediate occupancy.
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At the market level, Cairo reported an occupancy increase of 10.
The study assumes Wi-Fi usage as a representative value for the occupancy number that accounted for approximately 65% of the variation in electricity consumption for campus buildings.
Occupancy rate, also referred as occupancy diversity factor or occupancy schedule, is commonly used in building simulation practice to estimate time dependent occupancy related loads, such as internal gains from people, hot water usage, and etc.
2011 month-based occupancy rate statistics stated in the report declared that highest occupancy rates came in August, September and November with percentages of 80%, 73.
Office occupancy costs are continuing to defy sluggish economic conditions and the credit crunch, as they rise faster than global inflation," said Dr.
Another sign that the industry is recovering is in the slow, but steady, growth of occupancy rates.
Occupancy rates during the fourth quarter offered slightly better news.
Collateral occupancy as of September 2006 increased to 95.
According to the survey, developing countries account for half of the 20 world markets with the fastest growing occupancy costs for prime office space.
The association's financial and performance indicators, reported quarterly to NIC by the nation's leading lenders, owners/operators and appraisal professionals in the senior living industry, also show that for the assisted living sector as a whole, fourth quarter 2003 occupancy rates held steady from third quarter, with the median and average occupancies at 85 percent.
For the third quarter of 2002, occupancy for more than 3,200 seniors housing and long-term care properties, totaling about 350,000 units, was reported to NIC.
Cost is $999 per person, double occupancy; the extension to Vienna is $892 per person, double occupancy.
The property is suffering cash flow problems due to declining occupancy.
Doha hotel room yields fell 8% to $186 as occupancy declined 3% and average room rates by 3.
Very little published work has dealt with the occupancy factor as a variable in building energy use.