General market factors refers to the overall conditions within a defined market that affect all properties within that market.
A go dark provision is clause often used in retail leases which governs whether or not a tenant may vacate a space, while continuing to pay rent, prior to lease maturity. Opposite of a continuous operating covenant, go dark provisions allow a tenant to cease business operations when they turn unprofitable. Landlords often dislike this type of provision, as they can lead to rolling vacancies and gradually shrinking traffic in a retail center.
One to whom the grant is made. The recipient who will be taking title, as named in the legal document used to transfer the real estate.
A grantor is the person or entity making the grant. For example, if Alice sells her property to Bob, then Alice would be the Grantor.
Gross absorption measures total square feet absorbed or leased without regard for vacated space during the same period,
A lease in which the tenant pays a flat sum for rent out of which the landlord must pay all expenses such as taxes, insurance, maintenance, utilities, etc.
Gross rent is rent charged to occupy a premise without any additional rent for operating or other expenses.
An investment property valuation method which is the ratio of a property’s price to its gross revenue.
The total square footage of a building including all rentable spaces as well as all “non-rentable” space including common areas,