Economic Life

Business / Real Estate / Economic Life: 1. The estimated period over which an improved property may be profitably used so that it will yield a return over and above the economic rent attributable to the land itself, the period during which an improvement has value in excess of its salvage value. In the case of an older structure or improvement, economic life refers to the remaining period during which the improvements to the real property (not land) are depreciated for tax purposes. The economic lives of such improvements are normally shorter than their actual physical lives. Also called service life. 2. As applied to a structure, the years or age indicated by the condition and utility of the structure, as opposed to its actual or chronological age.

Other Words for Economic

Economic Adjective Synonyms: profitable, cost-effective, money-making, remunerative, productive, solvent
Economic Noun Synonyms: financial, fiscal, pecuniary, monetary, budgetary, commercial, mercantile, trade
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Other Words for Life

Life Noun Synonyms: existence, living, way of life, lifestyle
Life Verb Synonyms: existence, entity, being, sentience, viability
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Economic Cycle

Business / Taxes / Economic Cycle: An economic cycle is a period during which a country’s economy moves from strength to weakness and back to strength. This pattern repeats itself regularly, though not on a fixed schedule. The length MORE

Macroeconomics

Business / Finance / Macroeconomics: Analysis of a country's economy as a whole. MORE

Lifetime Reverse Mortgage

Business / Finance / Lifetime Reverse Mortgage: A type of mortgage in which a homeowner borrows against the value a home, while retaining title, and making no payments while residing in the home. When the owner ceases living in the house, the prope MORE

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