Common Real Estate Terms

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There are currently 7 names in this directory beginning with the letter A.
Absorption Rate
The Absorption Rate measures the net difference in available unit square feet for lease between two specific dates, usually expressed as a percentage.
Accredited Investor
An accredited investor is an individual with an annual income of $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for the last two years with an expectation of earning the same or higher in the future. Alternatively, an individual may qualify as an accredited investor if their net worth exceeds $1 million, either individually or jointly with their spouse.
Acquisition Fee
The Acquisition Fee is an upfront payment made by the buyer to the general partner for services such as sourcing, analyzing, and closing the investment deal. The fee amount varies based on the size of the transaction.
Apartment Syndication
Apartment Syndication involves a partnership between general partners and limited partners to collectively acquire and sell an apartment community, sharing in the profits generated through the process.
Appreciation refers to the increase in the value of an asset over time. It can occur through natural market growth or forced appreciation achieved by increasing the asset's net operating income.
Asset Management Fee
An ongoing fee paid annually to the general partner for overseeing and managing a property.
Average Annual Effective Rent
The Average Annual Effective Rent is calculated as the tenant's total effective rent divided by the lease term duration.
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