Qualifying Property definition

Qualifying Property means a primary residence that a qualified applicant owned and occupied
Qualifying Property means an interest in reserve lands
Qualifying Property means a residential property located within the Municipality subject to any building type restrictions contained in the specific PACE Program in respect of which the financing is sought.

Examples of Qualifying Property in a sentence

  • Qualifying property is broadly defined, for both the legislation being transferred and that received, as realty used for investment or business purposes.


More Definitions of Qualifying Property

Qualifying Property means real property located in the City of Clayton, Missouri that satisfies the criteria set forth in the PACE Act.
Qualifying Property means a Qualifying Commercial Real Property which meets all the requirements set forth in Article III Section 2.
Qualifying Property means an owner‐occupied residential property located within the Municipality, but does not include multi‐unit residential or non‐profit owned buildings and does not include business or industrial premises.
Qualifying Property means real commercial property that:
Qualifying Property means a homestead which (i) the taxpayer or the taxpayer and the taxpayer’s spouse own in fee simple or are purchasing in fee simple under a recorded instrument of sale, (ii) is not income-producing property, (iii) is not subject to a lien for unpaid real estate taxes when a claim under this act is filed.
Qualifying Property means machinery and equipment that result in the hiring of qualifying employees used for the manufacture or processing of products described in subsection (2)."
Qualifying Property means real property located in Aurora, Missouri that satisfies the criteria set forth in the PACE Act.