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APARTMENT (in American English) or flat (common in British English) is a self-contained housing unit (a type of residential real estate) that occupies only part of a building. Such a building may be called an apartment building, apartment house (in American English), block of flats, block, high-rise or, occasionally mansion block (in British English), especially if it consists of many apartments for rent. Apartments may be owned by an owner/occupier by leasehold tenure or rented by tenants (two...

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Mc Apartments

Millegan Creek Background: Tom Hayden—March 1994, VP of commercial real estate at Fleet Bank Proposed Loan: $15,715,000 on 390 Unit Apartment in Austin, Texas -new market—new construction concern, new developer -question about sponsors—financial capacity & development experience -Lack of a commitment for permanent financing--takeout or permanent loan was how most construction loans are repaid -past 5 years, Fleet + other commercial have lost billions because when construction loans became...

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The New Apartment

The New Apartment: Minneapolis By: Linda Hogan Pg. 343 Linda Hogan captures the essence of a bigger picture while focusing on her emotional ties to current events taking place in the world surrounding her. She also emphasizes on her distinct feelings and their connection to her home, a place that causes her claustrophobic anxiety. “The New Apartment: Minneapolis” reveals Hogan’s psychological response to the building where she lives and the nature of impact on the escape and fantasy embodied in...

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The Advantages of My Apartment

My Apartment A new family moving into the Vista community would have a plethora of housing options. There are just so many flashy ads and advertisements around. It can make finding a place to call home a true chore. But as many families have already found out, there are many reasons as to why the apartments in my neighborhood are some of the most sought after in Vista, CA. Especially in comparison to my previous residences such as Marine Corps barracks, my current apartment has many advantages...

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The Advantages of Renting an Apartment

renting an apartment, far exceeds that dream. When it concerns making the decision weather to rent an apartment or buying a house, it may seem like a game of tug-of-war. That kind of big life decision can leave potential renters and buyers with many unanswered questions and uncertainty. This paper will provide some insight into those questions, which includes financial gain and stability. Once all the information is taken into consideration, the outcome will show that renting an apartment has numerous...

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Millegan Creek Apartments

for success assuming high occupancy levels. The Millegan Creek Apartments would be a 390 unit apartment project in Williamson County, for a proposed $15,715,000 loan. It would be about 11 miles northwest of the CBD and close to many of Austin’s high tech companies. This location would be beneficial because it can service many of the high tech companies’ employees and since the apartments are being built as a typical luxury apartment complex, it will be more appealing to these employees. JPI had begun...

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Living in a Home Versus Living in Apartment

Living at home versus living in an apartment Living in a house and living in an apartment have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. An apartment is relatively cheaper and easier to maintain than a real house. An apartment dweller, however, has to deal with responsibilities such as paying the rent on time and complying with the rules of apartment personnel. A house, meanwhile, is considered as an investment in property; homeowners have to deal with mortgage payments, as well as utility...

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Apartment and Small Stuff

easy. I charged one and let the other off." Renting apartment A large family, with seven children, moved to a new city. They were having a difficult time finding an apartment to live in. Many apartments were large enough, but the landlords objected to the large family. After several days of searching, the father asked the mother to take the four younger children to visit the cemetery, while he took the older three to find an apartment. After they looked most of the morning, they found a place...

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Wild Wood Apartment Scenario PT 2520 Steely

 Wild Wood Apartments Scenario Charo Dickerson (17112816) Wild Wood Apartment Scenario List of Entities: Lease number Tenant Rent Renewal Apartment Termination Security_Refund Payment Check_payment Credit card Money order_payment Building Manager Inspection Maintenance Regular Maintenance 1. Accidental/Maintenance An easy way to automatically contact residents. Multi-user access- the manager can update while headquarters can make adjustments a needed 2. Managers must note residents...

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Renting an Apartment Is a Better Option Than Buying a House

Renting an apartment is a better option than buying a house I. Introduction Many people may think that renting an apartment is a better option than buying a house, but there are many things to take into consideration before deciding. If one were to know the advantages of buying a house, one just might change his or her mind. Some people think that renting an apartment is a better option than buying a house because they do not have to worry about the upkeep of the property or have to pay for...

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