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immediate occupancy

Describing a residence that can be inhabited immediately. We have to move out of our current place next week, so we need something for immediate occupancy.
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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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Some of the parameters are related to occupancy, but some of them are related to the building operating systems.
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..
Hotel occupancy in Dubai averaged 87.7 per cent in January, up from 79.6 per cent in December 2013 but lower than a year ago.
BEIRUT: Occupancy at Beirut hotels declined 10 percent in the first quarter of 2013 as room yields dropped 35 percent, Ernst & Young's monthly survey of the MENA hotel sector showed.
market, San Francisco (Downtown), that had the strongest year-over-year increase in prime office occupancy costs with a 36.4% rise driven by that market's hot technology sector.
Elizabeth Randall Winkle, the managing director of STR Global, said, 'Hotels across London continue to report increasing occupancy levels and average room rates during the Olympic period when compared to last year.
A recent study finds that while electricity use typically corresponds to occupancy in observed spaces, the building's HVAC loads do not.
The national occupancy rate increased for the 12th time in the past 16 months, up from 93.3 percent in April to 93.96 percent in May.
The survey revealed that in 2009, occupancy rates in Wales' capital were at 68.8% but these declined by just over 2% to 67.2% in 2010.
furnished flats, which are more often the religious tourism family accommodation of choice, enjoyed an increase in occupancy over the
April reported the highest rate of hotel room occupancy at 2,662,345 rooms, 59.8 per cent, followed by March at 59.5 percent, with the total of sold rooms reaching 2,7736,531.
"At least 75% of our guests are here on business, and those coming for conferences generate 30% of our occupancy," says James Hughes, general manager of the Ritz-Carlton in Santiago, which opened its doors here just two years ago, becoming the hotel chain's first in South America.
In addition, there were no restructured loans and occupancy rates held steady.
Most skilled nursing operators will probably not be surprised by recent national data showing that the sector's occupancy rates have been recovering over the past year.