Definition of "Rent-up period"

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How many days, months, or years are required before a new building has the desired occupancy ratio. The occupancy rate influences the amount financial institutions are willing to lend. The higher the occupancy rate and the shorter the rent-up period, the more money that may be financed." repairs

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