Median Market Rent definition

Median Market Rent means the median monthly rents by unit type as determined in the annual fall survey of rents for the prior calendar year published by the CMHC. If median market rents are not made available, the average market rents may be used or other rents as determined by the Region;
Median Market Rent means the middle value of all monthly rents paid, inclusive of essential utilities, when placed in order of value for a designated market area and by unit type, as further set out in Appendix “D”.

Examples of Median Market Rent in a sentence

  • Table H 3-19 Fair Market Rents, Sacramento Metropolitan AreaSource: HUD, The Final FY 2012 FMRs for All Bedroom Sizes, 2012.1 Median Market Rent for December 2012 from Zillow.com.

  • Table 3: Median Market Rent by Building Size and Borough Data Source: 2011 NYC HVS In light of this evidence suggesting that small building rents tend to be cheaper because small buildings are located in lower demand, outer borough neighborhoods, it is important to assess whether there is anything about small buildings themselves that result in lower (or higher) rents.

  • Unless otherwise provided by a By-law enacted pursuant to section 3 of this By-law, where the Median Market Rent is under 120%, available Affordable Housing Units subject to a Municipal Housing Project Facilities Agreement shall be made available first to eligible Households on the Waiting List.

  • For instance, the Median Market Rent Estimate does not differentiate rents by dwelling unit size.

  • To support the creation of low-cost and affordable housing, the guidelines for this fund require that rents for at least 30% of the units must be less than 80% of the Median Market Rent and maintained for a minimum of 20 years.

  • Rent AssistIn 2017/18 more than $7.0 million was invested to increase maximum Rent Assist benefits to maintain 75 per cent of Median Market Rent.

  • Immediately increase Rent Assist’s maximum benefit to 75 percent of Median Market Rent for people on and off Employment and Income Assistance (EIA) without cutting other income-related benefits, and index the benefit to annual increases in the Median Market Rent.1-3.

  • Rent Assist benefits will reach the target of 75% of Median Market Rent by December 2015.

  • For Zip Codes with ACS-based Median Market Rent of $2,000+ Example 1Example 2Example 3RCS Rent submitted by owner$2,800$3,000$3,000ACS-based Median Market Rentfor Zip Code$2,000+$2,000+$2,000+TEST 1:Does RCS Rent Exceed 140 percent of $2,000 (or $2,800) commentIs $2,800 >$2,800?Is $3,000 >$2,800?Is $3,000 >$2,800?Results of Test 1NOYESYESIf "NO", RCS Rent prevails.

  • The amounts for each household situation of Rent Assist are: Benefit amounts are calculated based on the difference between 30% of net household income and 75% of Median Market Rent (the maximum benefit).

Related to Median Market Rent

  • Open Market Rent means the yearly open market rent without any deductions whatsoever at which the Leasehold Area might reasonably be expected to be let as a whole on the open market with vacant possession at the Relevant Review Date by a willing lessor to a willing lessee (which expression “willing lessee” shall for the avoidance of doubt include the lessee) and without any premium or any other consideration for the grant of it for a term equal to the length of the Term remaining unexpired at the Relevant Review Date or a period of fifteen years from the Relevant Review Date whichever is the longer and otherwise on the same terms and conditions and subject to the same covenants and provisions contained in this Lease (other than the amount of the rent payable hereunder but including provisions for the review of rent in the same form as this Lease at similar intervals):

  • Market Rent means the applicable Monthly Basic Rental, escalations, Operating Expenses pass-throughs (including any applicable base year or expense stop thresholds), and additional charges at which tenants, as of the commencement of the Option Term, are leasing non-renewal, non-sublease, non-equity space comparable in size, location and quality to the Premises for a term comparable to the Option Term, which comparable space is located in office buildings comparable to the Building (“Comparable Leases”) within the Marina del Rey / Fox Hills / West Los Angeles office markets (the “Market”), adjusted to appropriately reflect (i) the value of the existing improvements in the Premises to Tenant, as compared to the value generally of existing improvements in Comparable Leases within the Market, with such value to be based upon the age, quality and layout of the improvements and the extent to which the same could be utilized by Tenant with consideration given to the fact that the improvements existing in the Premises are specifically suitable to Tenant, (ii) the value of tenant improvement allowances, “free” rent and other inducements being provided under Comparable Leases within the Market, and (iii) any other material economic differences between the terms of this Lease during the Option Term and the usual terms of Comparable Leases within the Market.

  • Fair Market Rent for purposes of this ARTICLE 41 shall mean the rent (base rent and additional rent adjusted, if necessary, to reflect the base years to be used for the applicable period) per rentable square foot for similar office space in the Building and in comparable buildings as reasonably located in the City of Boston, (i) without taking into account actual improvements (regardless of who paid for such improvements), or the cost of demolition of the space, and (ii) taking into account (A) the magnitude of any free rent or buildout allowance, (B) length of lease, (C) building amenities, (D) the location and floor levels of the premises, (E) services provided, (F) surrender rights, if any, (G) parking rights and obligations, (H) free rent, tenant allowances or other concessions and (I) all other relevant market factors and (iii) taking into account the brokerage commissions, if any, to be paid in connection with the renewal. Within thirty (30) days after Tenant’s exercise of the extension option (or, if earlier, within thirty (30) days after Tenant’s request for Landlord’s rental rate, which may be made at any time after the date twenty-two (22) months prior to the then scheduled expiration of the Term and prior to Tenant’s giving its notice exercising the extension option), Landlord shall provide Tenant with its good faith estimate of the Fair Market Rent for the period of the extension. If, within thirty (30) days after Tenant’s receipt of Landlord’s estimate (“Consideration Period”), Tenant shall not have accepted Landlord’s estimate of Fair Market Rent, the parties shall at the request of either party made by notice given within ten (10) days of the end of the Consideration Period, discuss the matter in good faith for thirty (30) days. If within such thirty (30) day period the parties have not agreed on the Fair Market Rent rate in writing, then Landlord and Tenant shall, during the ensuing fifteen (15) days, attempt to agree on an arbitrator not affiliated with either party (and if they are unable to do so, either party may request that the President of the American Arbitration Association in Boston choose an arbitrator, as promptly as possible, meeting the criteria set forth below; provided, however, the parties shall have the right during the ten (10) day period following the end of the fifteen (15) day period to submit the names of not more than two (2) potential arbitrators meeting the said criteria and if the parties or either of them makes such a submission, the choice of the President of the American Arbitration Association shall be made from the list of potential arbitrators so submitted). Such arbitrator shall have a period of thirty (30) days to determine which of Landlord’s estimate of Fair Market Rent or Tenant’s estimate of Fair Market Rent hereunder more closely corresponds to the Fair Market Rent and the estimate of Fair Market Rent which in the judgment of the arbitrator more closely corresponds to the arbitrator’s estimate of Fair Market Rent shall be the Fair Market Rent for purposes hereof and the determination shall be binding upon the parties. The arbitrator must choose either the Fair Market Rent estimate submitted by Landlord or the Fair Market Rent estimate submitted by Tenant. Such arbitrator shall have at least ten (10) years’ experience in the valuation and appraisal of first-class office rents for real estate in the City of Boston, be experienced with leasing transactions exceeding 100,000 square feet within the downtown Boston area, and have no then contractual relationship with either Landlord or Tenant. The expenses of the arbitrator shall be borne equally by the Landlord and the Tenant.

  • Fair Market Rental Rate means the fair market value annual rental rate per square foot of Rentable Area that Landlord and its Affiliates and the owners of comparable office building projects in the John Wayne Airport submarket have recently accepted in lease transactions between non-affiliated parties with non-equity tenants for comparable space, for a comparable period of time (“Comparable Transactions”). In any determination of Comparable Transactions, appropriate consideration shall be given to annual rental rates per square foot of Rentable Area, the type of escalation clauses (e.g., whether increases in additional rent are determined on a net or gross basis, and if gross, whether such increases are determined according to a base year or a base dollar amount expense stop), taking into account all rental and other concessions granted in such Comparable Transactions (as well as such concessions to which Tenant may be entitled in this Lease), length of the lease term, size and location of premises being leased, base, shell and core delivery conditions, building standard work letter and/or tenant improvement or refurbishment allowances, if any (taking into account the level of existing Base Building Improvements and tenant improvements in the Premises), free rent periods for construction of new tenant improvements and other generally applicable conditions of tenancy for such Comparable Transactions. The intent is that the Fair Market Rental Rate will reflect the rent and other economic benefits and concessions that Landlord or its Affiliates (and other landlords of comparable office building projects in the John Wayne Airport submarket) have otherwise given in recent Comparable Transactions, as adjusted to reflect the level and type of economic concessions that Landlord may elect to give Tenant hereunder during the Renewal Term, so that Tenant will pay and Landlord will receive a net effective rent equal to the net effective rental rate in Comparable Transactions, after adjusting for any differences between the economic concessions that Landlord is making to Tenant hereunder and the economic concession that Landlord or its Affiliates (and other landlords of comparable office building projects in the John Wayne Airport submarket) have otherwise made in current Comparable Transactions. If, for example, after applying the criteria set forth above, a Comparable Transaction provides a comparable non-equity tenant with comparable space at a base rent equal to Thirty-Two Dollars ($32) per square foot of Rentable Area, with a Ten Dollars ($10) base amount expense stop, three (3) months’ free rent, four (4) months of free rent to construct tenant improvements, Forty Dollars ($40) per rentable square foot tenant improvement allowance, and certain other generally applicable economic terms and/or concessions, the Fair Market Rental Rate shall not be Thirty-Two Dollars ($32) per square foot of Rentable Area only, but shall be the economic equivalent of Thirty-Two Dollars ($32) per square foot of Rentable Area, a Ten Dollar ($10) base amount expense stop, three (3) months’ free rent, four (4) months of free rent to construct tenant improvements, Forty Dollars ($40) per rentable square foot tenant improvement allowance or payment in lieu of such allowance (said allowance or payment to be adjusted to reflect the value of existing improvements in the Premises) and such other generally applicable economic terms and concessions, as adjusted to reflect the concessions (including renovation allowances, free rent or construction periods) if any, granted by Landlord to Tenant during the Renewal Term.

  • Fair Market Rental The fair market rental of the Leased Property means the rental which a willing tenant not compelled to rent would pay a willing landlord not compelled to lease for the use and occupancy of such Leased Property pursuant to the Lease for the term in question, (a) assuming that Lessee is not in default thereunder and (b) determined in accordance with the appraisal procedures set forth in Article 24 or in such other manner as shall be mutually acceptable to Lessor and Lessee.

  • Market Rental Rate means, for the date such determination is being made, the rate a willing tenant would pay and a willing landlord would accept for a Lease of the Premises for the applicable term, neither being under any compulsion to lease and both having reasonable knowledge of the relevant facts, considering the highest and most profitable use if offered for lease in the open market with a reasonable period of time in which to consummate a transaction and taking into consideration that Landlord would not be receiving rent during such period. Specifically, factors considered shall include, but not be limited to, location and quality of the Building, term or length of lease, condition of the Premises, credit quality and stature of the Tenant, Landlord concessions such as leasehold improvements or allowances, tenant procurement costs, real estate commissions, base year, rent escalations and operating expenses and taxes, rental rates and terms of similar class office buildings in the Rancho Cordova/Sacramento office market. If Tenant believes that Landlord’s Proposed Rental Rate is in excess of the Market Rental Rate for the Premises, then Tenant may elect, by delivering the Arbitration Notice to Landlord within thirty (30) days after delivery of the Rental Notice, to arbitrate the Market Rental Rate for the Premises as described below. The Arbitration Notice shall not be effective unless it includes a statement of Tenant’s own good faith estimate of the Market Rental Rate for the Premises (the “Tenant’s Proposed Rental Rate”). The validity of the two (2) estimates shall be determined by arbitration as provided below, each party being bound to its estimate and such estimates establishing the only two choices available to the arbitrator. The judgment or the award rendered in any such arbitration may be entered in any court having jurisdiction and shall be final and binding upon the parties. The arbitration shall be conducted and determined in the City of Sacramento, State of California, in accordance with the American Arbitration Association’s commercial arbitration rules then pertaining to such metropolitan area, as modified by the following provisions:

  • Fair Market Rental Value or "Fair Market Sales Value" shall mean with respect to any property or service as of any date, the cash rent or cash price obtainable in an arm's length lease, sale or supply, respectively, between an informed and willing lessee or purchaser under no compulsion to lease or purchase and an informed and willing lessor or seller or supplier under no compulsion to lease or sell or supply of the property or service in question, and shall, in the case of any Unit or an Owner Lessor's Interest, be determined (except pursuant to Section 17 of the Facility Lease or as otherwise provided below or in the Operative Documents) on the basis that (a) the conditions contained in Sections 7 and 8 of the Facility Lease shall have been complied with in all respects, (b) the lessee or buyer shall have rights in, or an assignment of, the Operative Documents to which the Owner Lessor is a party and the obligations relating thereto, (c) the Unit or the Owner Lessor's Interest, as the case may be, is free and clear of all Liens (other than Owner Lessor's Liens, Owner Participant's Liens and Indenture Trustee's Liens), (d) taking into account the remaining terms of the Site Lease and the Site Sublease, and (e) in the case of the Fair Market Rental Value, taking into account the terms of the Facility Lease and the other Operative Documents. If the Fair Market Sales Value or Fair Market Rental Value of the Owner Lessor's Interest is to be determined during the continuance of a Lease Event of Default or in connection with the exercise of remedies by the Owner Lessor pursuant to Section 17 of the Facility Lease, such value shall be determined by an appraiser appointed solely by the Owner Lessor on an "as-is", "where-is" and "with all faults" basis and shall take into account all Liens (other than Owner Lessor's Liens, Owner Participant's Liens and Indenture Trustee's Liens); provided, however, in any such case where the Owner Lessor shall be unable to obtain constructive possession sufficient to realize the economic benefit of the Owner Lessor's Interest, Fair Market Sales Value or Fair Market Retail Value of the Owner Lessor's Interest shall be deemed equal to $0. If in any case other than in the preceding sentence the parties are unable to agree upon a Fair Market Sales Value or Fair Market Rental Value of the Owner Lessor's Interest within 30 days after a request therefor has been made, the Fair Market Sales Value or Fair Market Rental Value of the Owner Lessor's Interest shall be determined by appraisal pursuant to the Appraisal Procedures. Any fair market value determination of a spare part or Severable Modification for purposes of Section 5.2(d) of the Facility Lease shall take into consideration any liens or encumbrances to which the spare part or Severable Modification being appraised is subject and which are being assumed by the transferee, and that such spare part or Severable Modification is being transferred on an "as-is", "where-is" basis.

  • Market Rate means the then market rental rate for space comparable to the Premises in a building comparable to the Building in the East Cambridge and Kendall Square market area of Cambridge, MA as determined by Landlord and agreed to by Tenant or determined by arbitration as provided below. In addition, Landlord may impose a market rent for the parking rights provided hereunder. Within 30 days of the delivery to Landlord of Tenant’s written notice of Tenant’s election to exercise an Extension Right, Landlord shall deliver to Tenant Landlord’s determination of the Market Rate and rent escalations for such Extension Term. If, on or before the date which is 270 days prior to the expiration of the Base Term of this Lease, Tenant has not agreed with Landlord’s determination of the Market Rate and the rent escalations for such Extension Term, Tenant may by written notice to Landlord given not later than 240 days prior to the expiration of the Base Term of this Lease, elect arbitration as described in Section 39(b) below. If Tenant does not elect such arbitration, Tenant shall be deemed to have waived any right to extend, or further extend, the Term of the Lease and all of the remaining Extension Rights shall terminate.

  • Rental Rate means the average annualized composite rate for United States treasury bonds issued for periods of ten years and longer plus two percent. The rental rate shall not exceed ten and three-quarters percent nor fall below eight and one-quarter percent.

  • Prevailing Market Rate means the annual Base Rent that a willing tenant would pay, and that a willing landlord would accept, at arm’s length, for space comparable to the Premises within other comparable first class office buildings having more than two (2) stories located in the area including and bounded by South San Francisco to the north and Sunnyvale to the south (the “Comparable Buildings”), based upon binding lease transactions for tenants in Comparable Buildings (“Comparable Leases”). Comparable Leases shall include renewal and new non-renewal tenancies, but shall exclude subleases and leases of space subject to another tenant’s expansion rights. Rent rates payable under Comparable Leases shall be adjusted to account for variations between this Lease and the Comparable Leases with respect to: (a) the length of the Extension Term compared to the lease term of the Comparable Leases; (b) the rental structure, including, without limitation, rental rates per rentable square foot (including whether gross or net, and if gross, adjusting for base year or expense stop), additional rental, all other payments and escalations; (c) the size of the Premises compared to the size of the premises of the Comparable Leases; (d) the location, floor levels and efficiencies of the floor(s) of the Premises compared to the premises of the Comparable Lease; (e) free rent, moving expenses and other cash payments, allowances or other monetary concessions affecting the rental rate; (f) the age and quality of construction of the Building compared to the Comparable Building; (g) the leasehold improvements and/or allowances, including the amounts thereof in renewal leases, and taking into account, in the case of renewal leases (including this Lease), the value of existing leasehold improvements to the renewal tenant, (h) access and proximity to Caltrain, (i) the amenities available to tenants in the Building compared to amenities available to tenants in Comparable Buildings; (j) the energy efficiencies and environmental elements of the Building compared to Comparable Buildings, including improvements required for the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (“LEED”) certification, (k) the brokerage commissions, (l) the availability of parking, the parking ratio and parking charges, and (m) the relative market rent rates within the geographic area referenced in the definition of Comparable Buildings.

  • Rental Value means Business Income that consists of:

  • Fair Rental Value as used in this Lease, shall be equal to the annual rent per rentable square foot (including additional rent and considering any “base year” or “expense stop” applicable thereto), including all escalations, at which tenants (pursuant to leases consummated within the twelve (12) month period preceding the first day of the Option Term), are leasing non-sublease, non-encumbered, non-equity space which is not significantly greater or smaller in size than the subject space, with a comparable level of improvements (excluding any property that Tenant would be allowed to remove from the Premises at the termination of the Lease), for a comparable lease term, in an arm’s length transaction, which comparable space is located in the “Comparable Buildings,” as that term is defined in this Section 2.2.2, below (transactions satisfying the foregoing criteria shall be known as the “Comparable Transactions”), taking into consideration the following concessions (the “Concessions”): (a) rental abatement concessions, if any, being granted such tenants in connection with such comparable space; (b) tenant improvements or allowances provided or to be provided for such comparable space, and taking into account the value, if any, of the existing improvements in the subject space, such value to be based upon the age, condition, design, quality of finishes and layout of the improvements and the extent to which the same can be utilized by a general office/lab user other than Tenant; and (c) other reasonable monetary concessions being granted such tenants in connection with such comparable space; provided, however, that in calculating the Fair Rental Value, no consideration shall be given to the fact that Landlord is or is not required to pay a real estate brokerage commission in connection with Tenant’s exercise of its right to extend the Lease Term, or the fact that landlords are or are not paying real estate brokerage commissions in connection with such comparable space. The Concessions shall be reflected in the effective rental rate (which effective rental rate shall take into consideration the total dollar value of such Concessions as amortized on a straight-line basis over the applicable term of the Comparable Transaction (in which case such Concessions evidenced in the effective rental rate shall not be granted to Tenant)) payable by Tenant. The term “Comparable Buildings” shall mean the Building and those other life sciences buildings which are comparable to the Building in terms of age (based upon the date of completion of construction or major renovation of to the building), quality of construction, level of services and amenities, size and appearance, and are located in South San Francisco, California and the surrounding commercial area.

  • Net Rent means all rental Landlord actually receives from any reletting of all or any part of the Premises, less any indebtedness from Tenant to Landlord other than Rent (which indebtedness is paid first to Landlord) and less the Re-entry Costs (which costs are paid second to Landlord).

  • Open Market Value means the value which a property might reasonably be expected to realise if sold in the open market by a prudent vendor;

  • Applicable Market Value means the average of the Closing Price per share of Common Stock on each of the 20 consecutive Trading Days ending on the third Trading Day immediately preceding the Stock Purchase Date.

  • Relevant market area means as follows:

  • Fair Market Price means the average value at the relevant time and place (of the requirement to determine the Fair Market Price) to be derived from the average of three independent broker valuations by a broker appointed by Grain Trade Australia, with the valuations to take into account the Grade and variety and taking into account the cost of insurance, levies, taxes, charges, Freight and associated costs.

  • Initial LIBOR Rate Not applicable.

  • Base Rent $20,000 per month ("BASE RENT"), payable on the first day of each month commencing ___________________________________ (Also see Paragraph 4.) See Addendum A Paragraph 54. /X/ If this box is checked, this Lease provides for the Base Rent to be adjusted per Addendum A attached hereto.

  • Basic Rent means Basic Rent as defined in Paragraph 6.

  • Average Market Value is the average of the closing sale prices of the Common Stock during the thirty (30) day period immediately preceding the date before the redemption date on the Composite Tape for New York Stock Exchange Listed Stocks, or, if such stock is not quoted on the Composite Tape, on the New York Stock Exchange, or, if such stock is not listed on such Exchange, on the principal United States securities exchange registered under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, on which such stock is listed, or, if such stock is not listed on any such exchange, the average of the closing sale prices with respect to a share of Common Stock during such thirty (30) day period, as quoted on the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. Automated Quotations System or any system then in use, or if no such quotations are available, the fair market value of the Common Stock as determined by the Board of Directors in good faith.

  • public open space means an open space area conveyed or otherwise dedicated to a municipality, municipal agency, board of education, State or county agency, or other public body for recreational or conservational uses.

  • Automatic Renewal Term has the meaning set forth in Section 10(a) hereof.

  • Renewal Term shall have the meaning set forth in Section 9.1.

  • Renewal Terms means the renewal terms of a Property Schedule, each having a duration of one year and a term coextensive with Lessee's budget year.

  • Base Rental The total sum of $247,500.00 payable to Lessor at 901 St. Louis Street, Suite 106, Springfield, Missouri 65806, or such other place as may be designated to Lessee by Lessor in writing, shall be due and payable in equal monthly installments of $6,875.00 in advance and without demand or offset on the first day of each calendar month during the Lease Term or any renewal period hereof; the first of such installments shall be paid on the date hereof. If Lessee's occupancy under this Agreement commences on any day other than the first day of a calendar month, then a prorata portion of the Base Rental applicable to the partial first month of occupancy shall be paid on or before the first day of occupancy and shall be in addition to the total Base Rental set forth above.