Common area maintenance expenses which are assessed to tenants.
See common access method.
common access method. An interface definition for SCSI devices.
common area maintenance. An additional, annual charge oftened assess to tenants for maintenance of the property's “common area” such as its hallways and bathrooms.
Charges - Common Area Maintenance Charges (sometimes referred to as the "triple nets"), cover the building operating costs, property taxes, real estate insurance, and property maintenance. May include garbage, water sewer, local assessments, and property management fees.
Common Area Maintenance. An additional, annual charge often assessed to tenants for maintenance of the property's "common area", such as its entryways, hallways or bathrooms.
Common Area Maintenance. Maintenance charges for items such as landscaping, snow removal, common area utilities, etc., that may be charged directly to tenants as reimbursement for these type expenses in an income property.
Common Area Maintenance. This is the amount of Additional Rent charged to the tenant, in addition to the Base Rent, to maintain the common areas of the property shared by the tenants and from which all tenants benefit. Examples include: snow removal, outdoor lighting, parking lot sweeping, insurance, property taxes, etc. Most often, this does not include any capital improvements (see " Capital Expenses") that are made to the property.
all those operating expenses incurred to maintain the common areas of the shopping center office building or group of buildings
Cam stands for common area maintenance. Common area maintenance charges are those that help maintain the common areas, such as water/sewer, trash, restroom upkeep, landscaping, parking lots, fire sprinklers, roof or anything that all tenants share.
Camera, from the common term "web cam" or "webcam"
Stands for Conditional Access Module. This is a device used in conjunction with a smart card to decrypt digital pay-TV services, such as BskyB. Some are built into the receivers whilst others take the form of plug-in cards. Most plug-in CAMs adhere to the Common Interface (Cl) standard.
Common Area Maintenance. The maintenance and repair of the areas of the shopping center or building used in common by more than one tenant. Tenants are generally required to pay their share of common area maintenance, which consists of things like security, parking lot repairs, snow removal, and lighting.