Definitions

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  • adj. Not fit, suitable or appropriate to be rented.

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

  • adj. not able or fit to be rented

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But landlords are now worried that the new form will make apartments and entire buildings unrentable, even if a small bedbug sighting has been treated.

    Bedbug Disclosure Required

  • Today the outside of the home features new windows and vinyl siding, but the contractor disappeared without completing the interiors, leaving the apartments unrentable and the landlord unable to cover her new mortgage.

    Fighting Foreclosures

  • In Gayndah, it's not just the noise and rancid goat cheese-like stench that torment residents, make houses unrentable, force main street visitors to hold handkerchiefs to their faces and drive guests from the local motel whose owner Ken Mogg is threatening to sue the State Government on Gayndah's behalf.

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  • Duhamel, who said poker has been his primary income for the past two years, was spending the night partying like a high roller with 125 friends and family in an unrentable suite at the

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  • Its floor plan is so inefficient, with elevators, stairwells, escalators, corners and mechanical systems, that more than 40 percent of the million-square-foot building is unrentable.

    Columnist: Keith Groller

  • Don't confuse cheap for good value - as many of those stuck with unsellable, unrentable properties in Bulgaria have found to their cost.

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  • The problem I see with the Aberdeen Centre is that the landlord tends to fill up all unrentable retail spaces with "niche" shops that sell rare products not catered to the majority of customers.

    Chinese in Vancouver

  • The second pitfall is buying a property that is unrentable or located in a neighborhood with a soft rental market.

    BiggerPockets Forums

  • The second was developing the Yellowstone Club World concept, which involved buying hugely expensive properties around the world for a type of super-luxury time-share-properties that are now both unrentable and unsaleable.

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  • Instead, he says, owners must have a new home plan in the pipeline before they can get their demolition permit; the only waya property owner canlet the Caterpillars rip without a new home plan in the permit pipeline is if the home’s sat empty for 12 months, meaning it’s unrentable, undesirable, or in the gray area between “nuisance” and habitable.

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