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<p>Glossary of Commercial Real Estate Terms
From the REALTORS® Commercial Alliance
©2001 CCIM Institute. All rights reserved. Version 10/01.
©2002 National Association of REALTORS®. All Rights Reserved.
The amount of inventory or units of a specific commercial property type that become
occupied during a specified time period (usually a year) in a given market, typically reported
as the absorption rate.
Accumulated cost recovery
Total cost recovery deductions taken throughout the holding period of a property.
Income from salary, wages, tips, commissions, and activities in which the taxpayer
materially participates. Also see passive income.
The ratio of rentable to useable square feet. Also known as the load factor and the
rentable-to-useable ratio. Also see efficiency percentage. Formula:
Add-on factor =Rentable square feet
Useable square feet
Fourth stage of four-stage transaction management process pertaining to a transaction
manager’s planning, effort, and continual contact with key decision-makers, investors, and
users, as well as contact with ancillary professionals. This ongoing process allows for
feedback, establishes a network for problem solving, provides a means to offer additional
services to the client, and enhances the transaction manager’s preparedness for the next
The original cost basis of a property plus capital improvements, less total accumulated cost
recovery deductions, and partial sales taken during the holding period.
See annual debt service.
Cost reductions or savings that come about from efficiency gains associated with the
concentration or clustering of firms/producers or economic activities and the formation of a
localized production network.
The repayment of loan principal through equal payments over a designated period of time
consisting of both principal and intere