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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lease.


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  • We're likely going to be slightly below that million square feet of all of those long ago the next year shows essentially as Bob mentioned earlier, we're dealing with many of the mid tier, lower tier models by having them on, having those incentives on short term leases.

  • The properties have diversified tenancy with relatively short term leases, which results in sizeable lease expirations most years.

  • Okay, and then just last real quick, on the short term leases, do you have a percent that you - could you give a percent of deals that you're doing there short terms?

  • "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.

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  • During the previous boom, many pension funds preferred buildings that had short-term leases because there was more profit potential.

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  • Rather than settle for paltry bond yields, some investors have chosen real-estate investment trusts REITs that derive cash flows from long-term leases.

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  • Those other properties have long-term leases that make future earnings predictable.

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  • It also holds long-term leases on two buildings in downtown Brooklyn.

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  • 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.

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  • 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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