Gross Potential Rent is the total potential rental revenue at a commercial or multi-family residential property, assuming the existing rents in place as well as the market rent values of all vacant units. Certain management companies may label this GL line item by another descriptor such as "Net Market Rents."
Total net income divided by gross potential rent
Rent grossed $31,670,620 worldwide.
Rent grossed $29,077,547 in the domestic market.
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An industrial Gross Lease is an arrangement where the tenant pays rent plus a share of services. Taxes and insurance are already included in the base rent.
Rent based on a percentage rent.
Total Income = 60000 Rental Income = 2345 % income from rent = 2345 / 60000 * 100 = 3.9% Kendricks receive 3.9% of his gross income through rent.
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Generally, rent as a percentage of income is based on one's GROSS income (before taxes, insurance, and other deductions). Gross income should be obvious if you are salaried and easily calculable by multiplying your hourly wage by 2080 if you are a fulltime hourly employee. Obviously, working backward can be more difficult because you must take into account your own situation and taxes. Under the assumption you are in a 25% tax bracket, 2500 net take home is approximately 2500 x (100 "gross"/75 "net") or just over 3300 gross income. 925/month rent is approximately 925 rent/3300 "gross" x 100% or 28% of your gross income.
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The potential relationship between gross sales and profits is that as gross sales increase, there is a possibility for profits to increase. However, it is important to note that gross sales alone do not determine profitability. Other factors such as expenses, cost of goods sold, and operational efficiency also play a role in determining the level of profits.