nonresidential love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not used as a residence, generally referring to a building or property used for business or other commercial purposes.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not residential

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Examples

  • I look for two types of spillovers from fluctuations in real estate prices to banking performance: direct spillovers, where default rates are affected for loans that are secured by those properties, and indirect spillovers, where default rates are affected for loans that are not backed by residential real estate properties, such as nonresidential real estate loans or consumer loans.

    Economist's View

  • Spending by businesses on "nonresidential" investment, including commercial construction and equipment and software fell at an annualized rate of 36.9 percent in the first quarter.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • Real nonresidential fixed investment increased 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter, in contrast to a decrease of 5.9 percent in the third.

    Matthew Yglesias » GDP Grew at 5.7% Annualized Rate in 2009 Q4

  • Mr. Lamach said he believed the nonresidential construction market in the U.S. is bottoming out but hasn't yet begun to turn up.

    Ingersoll's Profit Rises 7.2%

  • So far, U.K. investors have only used the REIT structure for nonresidential property like office buildings and retail stores.

    Changes Pave Way For U.K.'s First Residential REIT

  • Local governments are moving against agreement that help unions, reports Steven Greenhouse: Here in California, the fight over the agreements has become so heated in part because the volume of nonresidential construction in the state has fallen 33 percent from its peak in 2006, while 400,000 construction jobs have been lost.

    Wonkbook: Health-care challenge boosted; helping homeowners; House looks at Social Security supplement

  • Eaton is likely to grow its workforce by a few percentage points this year as markets such as autos, aerospace and nonresidential construction recover from recession, the diversified industrial company's CEO said.

    U.S. Manufacturing Profits Suggest Stronger Economy

  • Meanwhile, nonresidential construction markets are on the mend, boosting demand for specialized building coatings.

    Eastman Chemical to Buy Solutia

  • Fixed nonresidential investment, on factories, machinery and computer equipment, advanced just 1.7% last quarter compared with 15.7% in the third quarter.

    U.S. Economy Picks Up Steam

  • It also said sustained strength in China's nonresidential construction activity will offset anemic construction in North America and Europe.

    Alcoa Profit Is Weaker Than Feared

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