(redirected from rented)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia.


n a payment made by a tenant to an owner for the use of land or a building.
References in periodicals archive ?
She rented her airplane to the LLC (a passive activity) beginning in March 2006 and incurred expenses of $15,000 for the plane's maintenance and upkeep for the year.
The average apartment rented for $865 a month in 1995.
The RGB study accounts for that jump in part by indicating owners rented more vacant units and collected more of the rents they were entitled to receive.
12) Various local studies on landholding covering the period from the 1820s to the 1850s suggest that a quarter to a half of the farming population rented their land.
The extensive property damage in Santa Monica illustrates one of the underlying problems of heavily rent-controlled housing markets: Why should landlords bother to repair or rebuild properties rented out at below-market levels?
Gerges rented the Ford van, along with two others, for the purpose of transporting a group of young adults from affiliated Coptic churches in the Sacramento, San Jose and Monterey, CA area to a weekend spiritual and prayer retreat at St.
For example, a one-bedroom apartment in the Thousand Oaks/Westlake area rented for an average of $886 a month compared with $786 for a one-bedroom in Camarillo.
The co-ops are hurt because you have thousands of apartments where the sponsors have rented them instead of selling them, and if the tenants have rights, it reduces the likelihood that the sponsor will ever be able to sell.