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rent roll Line breaks: rent roll

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Definition of rent roll in English:

noun

1A register of a landlord’s lands and buildings with the rents due from them.
Example sentences
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • They include property administration, facilities management, administration of the rent roll, maintenance, risk and revenue.
1.1A landlord’s total income from rent.
Example sentences
  • 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 future rent roll from the property, which otherwise would be subject to income tax at 42 per cent, is sold on or securitised.
  • The fund's share of the current £8 million annual rent roll from the shopping centre will be used to service the borrowings.

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