- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lease.
“Commercial real estate would normally appear like a safe haven with hard assets and long-term leases," said Lawrence Longua , a professor at New York University's Schack Institute of Real Estate.”
“During the previous boom, many pension funds preferred buildings that had short-term leases because there was more profit potential.”
“Rather than settle for paltry bond yields, some investors have chosen real-estate investment trusts REITs that derive cash flows from long-term leases.”
“Those other properties have long-term leases that make future earnings predictable.”
“It also holds long-term leases on two buildings in downtown Brooklyn.”
“In 2007, the Bush administration again pressed for development, prompting California's congressional delegation to push for a broader restriction on sales or long-term leases covering the entire property.”
“In its latest purchase, Easterly in November paid $51.5 million to Titan Development to acquire a two-building 191,175 square-foot Albuquerque, N.M., office property occupied by the U.S. Forest Service on long-term leases, according to people familiar with the deal.”
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