New York Real Estate Glossary E
(Early Occupancy - Environmentally Friendly Construction)
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| U | V1 | V2
| W1 | W2 | X
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Occupation of the property, by the buyer, before the sale is completed.
Rights given, to another party, to use a portion of a property that
belongs to someone else, for certain reasons, such as power lines or
Economic Base Analysis
Appraisal method of deriving property values where the current and future
economic conditions are measured in a particular area.
The amount of rent a property commands in the open market.
Worth of property based on the relevant economic factors.
Economies of Scale
Situation by which the average per square foot cost of construction
declines as building size and volume expands.
Effective Gross Income
Additional income considered by a lender in assessing a loan application
of a potential borrower.
Effective Interest Rate
Real rate of interest on a loan which is the coupon rate divided by
the net proceeds of the loan.
Smallest diameter of piping at the point of discharge.
Steps taken to remove someone, who does not have a contractual basis
to be there, from the real property.
Electric heat is provided by use of a high-temperature wire, which is
resistant to electrical flow with more heat being produced by more electric
current being fed into the heating element, creating more resistance
and more heat.
Program to help employees purchase homes through special plans developed
Claim or lien or interest in a property that complicates the title process,
interfering with its use or transfer. Restrictive covenants.
Conversion of a construction loan to a permanent mortgage, on a multi-unit
project, after all units have been completed.
Environmentally Friendly Construction
Use of recycled material in construction.