Vacancy Rate

Vacancy Rate,

How Do You Define Vacancy Rate?

  • Definition of Vacancy Rate: The vacancy rate is a percentage of all units available in a rental property, such as a hotel or apartment complex, that is vacant or vacant at any time.

    • The vacancy rate is the percentage of all units available in the rental feature that are vacant or vacant at any one time.
    • Vacant rates may arise from units that are willing to rent or, through negligence, are not renting.
    • Investors can use availability levels by comparing features that compare the value of a potential investment.
    • The U.S. Census Bureau collects data on vacant homes every quarter.

  • Percentage of vacancies or rental units, e.g. B. Hotel rooms, total rental space available at any time.

Literal Meanings of Vacancy Rate

Vacancy:

Meanings of Vacancy:
  1. Vacancy or job.

  2. free space.

  3. Lack of intellect or understanding.

Sentences of Vacancy
  1. Short hand position

  2. Kathy looked up at the sky and saw nothing

Synonyms of Vacancy

place, nullity, slot, inanity, denseness, void, job opportunity, thickness, stupidity, vacuity, brainlessness, vacantness, situation vacant, emptiness, lack of thought, position, empty-headedness, opportunity, oblivion, situation, vacuousness, lack of intelligence, post, inaneness, vacant position

Rate:

Meanings of Rate:
  1. Set a pattern or value for a particular scale (object).

  2. Think of it as a particular quality, standard or area.

  3. A measure, quantity or frequency that is usually measured in relation to another quantity or unit of measure.

  4. Scolding (someone) in anger

Sentences of Rate
  1. They were asked to assess their abilities in various driving exercises.

  2. This program is considered very successful.

  3. Promotion price

Synonyms of Rate

weigh up, consider to be, think to be, reckon to be, compute, hire, calculate, evaluate, figure, put a value on, gauge, outlay, find to be, charge, judge to be, price, hold to be, estimate, tariff, adjudge, deem to be, cost, amount, measure, value, fare, appraise, assess, judge