Net Operating Income definition

Net Operating Income. With respect to any Mortgaged Property, for any Mortgagor’s fiscal year end, Net Operating Income will be calculated in accordance with the standard definition of “Net Operating Income” approved from time to time endorsed and put forth by the CREFC®.
Net Operating Income or “NOI” means, for any Property and for a given period, the sum of the following (without duplication and determined on a consistent basis with prior periods): (a) gross revenues received in the ordinary course from such Property minus (b) all expenses paid (excluding interest but including an appropriate accrual for property taxes and insurance) related to the ownership, operation or maintenance of such Property, including but not limited to property taxes, assessments and the like, insurance, utilities, payroll costs, maintenance, repair and landscaping expenses, marketing expenses, and general and administrative expenses (including an appropriate allocation for legal, accounting, advertising, marketing and other expenses incurred in connection with such Property, but specifically excluding general overhead expenses of the Borrower or any Subsidiary and any property management fees) minus (c) the FF&E Reserves for such Property as of the end of such period minus (d) the greater of (i) the actual property management fee paid during such period and (ii) an imputed management fee in the amount of three percent (3.0%) of the gross revenues for such Property for such period.
Net Operating Income means the amount obtained by subtracting Operating Expenses from Gross Income from Operations.

Examples of Net Operating Income in a sentence

Creditors holding General7 Unsecured Claims will receive Pro Rata distributions of 30% of Net Operating Income generated8 by the Reorganized Debtor on a quarterly basis for five (5) years.

This Pro forma will be calculated using the following prescribed method: Potential Gross Income less Vacancy Loss equals Effective Gross Income, less Operating Expenses equals Net Operating Income, less Debt Service equals Cash Flow.

Annual operating expenses are projected to be approximately $2.4 million, resulting in a Net Operating Income (“NOI”) of $1.6 million in year one of stabilization, which supports a permanent mortgage of $26.5 million, with an amortizing debt service of 1.20x in the first year.

The Debt Coverage Ratio compares the property’s expected Net Operating Income (NOI) with its annual cost for debt servicing.

Creditors with Unsecured Claims will be paid from either or both additional14 loan proceeds or Net Operating Income (to the extent it does not cause the Debtor to default15 under its loan documents) generated by the Debtor post-confirmation.16 The only Secured Creditors in this case are the county taxing authorities and17 Creditors asserting that they hold a Claim secured by a perfected Construction Lien asserted18 under Oregon law or by judgment.


More Definitions of Net Operating Income

Net Operating Income means, for any period, the amount obtained by subtracting Operating Expenses for such period from Gross Income from Operations for such period.
Net Operating Income or "NOI": With respect to any Mortgaged Property, for any twelve-month period, the total operating revenues derived from such Mortgaged Property during such period, minus the total operating expenses incurred in respect of such Mortgaged Property during such period, other than (i) non-cash items such as depreciation, (ii) amortization, (iii) actual capital expenditures and (iv) debt service on the related Mortgage Loan.
Net Operating Income means for any Property, for any period, an amount equal to (a) the aggregate gross revenues from the operations of such Property during such period from tenants paying rent (exclusive of any rental income from any leases to Major Tenants in any bankruptcy proceedings, to the extent the relevant leases have been rejected pursuant to such bankruptcy proceedings during the subject period and exclusive of above and below market lease adjustments and amortization of tenant allowance in accordance with GAAP) minus (b) the sum of all expenses and other charges incurred in connection with the operation of such Property during such period (including accruals for real estate taxes and insurance and Property Management Fees, but excluding debt service charges, income taxes, depreciation, amortization and other non-cash expenses), which expenses and accruals shall be calculated in accordance with GAAP.
Net Operating Income or “NOI” means, for any Property and for a given period, an amount equal to the sum of (a) the gross revenues for such Property for such fiscal period received in the ordinary course of business (excluding pre-paid rents and revenues and security deposits except to the extent applied in satisfaction of tenantsobligations for rent) minus (b) all operating expenses incurred with respect to such Property for such fiscal period (including an appropriate accrual for property taxes, insurance and other expenses not paid quarterly); provided there shall be deducted from such amount the following (to the extent not duplicative of deductions already taken in the calculation of Net Operating Income), on a pro rata basis for such period, management expenses computed at an annual rate equal to the greater of (i) two percent (2.0%) of the annualized gross revenue of such Property or (ii) the annualized amount of management fees actually incurred with respect to such Property. The Borrower may perform the preceding calculation on an aggregate basis for all such Properties wherever the context would appropriately permit or warrant the use of an aggregate calculation. For purposes of calculating the NOI of any Property, if such Property is owned, in whole or in part, by one or more Non-Wholly Owned Subsidiaries, there shall be deducted from such calculation all NOI not allocated to Borrower’s or REIT Guarantor’s interest in such Non-Wholly Owned Subsidiaries pursuant to any agreement or instrument governing the same.
Net Operating Income means, with respect to any Project for any period, “property rental and other income” (as determined by GAAP) attributable to such Project accruing for such period, without regard for straight-lining of rents or any amortization related to above-market or below-market leases, plus all master lease income (not to exceed to 5% of Net Operating Income), minus the amount of all expenses (as determined in accordance with GAAP) incurred in connection with and directly attributable to the ownership and operation of such Project for such period, including, without limitation, Management Fees and amounts accrued for the payment of real estate taxes and insurance premiums, but excluding any general and administrative expenses related to the operation of the Borrower, any interest expense, or other debt service charges, impairment charges, the effects of straight-lining of ground lease rent, bad debt expenses related to the straight-lining of rents and any other non-cash charges such as depreciation or amortization of financing costs.
Net Operating Income means, for any particular period of time, Gross Revenue for the relevant period, less Operating Expenses for the relevant period; provided, however, that if such amount is equal to or less than zero (0), Net Operating Income shall equal zero (0);
Net Operating Income means, for any income producing operating Real Property, the difference between (a) any rentals (other than those paid or payable other than in cash), proceeds and other income received from such property, including all pass-through reimbursables (to the extent the expense being reimbursed is included as an expense in clause (b) below) and percentage rent (but excluding security or other deposits, early lease termination or other penalties, or other income of a non-recurring nature) during the determination period, less (b) an amount equal to all costs and expenses (excluding interest expense, income taxes and any expenditures that are capitalized in accordance with GAAP) incurred as a result of, or in connection with, or properly allocated to, the operation or leasing of such property during the determination period; provided, however, that the amount for the expenses for the management of a property included in clause (b) above shall be set at three percent (3%) of the amount provided in clause (a) above. Net Operating Income shall be calculated on a consolidated basis in accordance with GAAP, and including (without duplication) the Equity Percentage of Net Operating Income for the Borrower’s Unconsolidated Affiliates.