Quote (Saucisson6000 @ Oct 21 2019 05:14am)
This info is NOT new, it has already been posted in this topic ( post #897)... the entire assumption is based on this info...
Lenders like to see a rising occupancy level as a sign of what they call “leasing momentum.” Sure enough, the company told a lender that 40 Wall Street had been 58.9% leased on Dec. 31, 2012, and then rose to 95% a few years later. The company told tax officials the building was 81% rented as of Jan. 5, 2013.
Now I don't know how you do math but I see nothing that is extremely outlandlish with the info in this paragraph. 58% in 2012, then 95% a "FEW YEARS" later, and 81% in 2013. Sure the paragraph doesn't know how a calendar works, and can't seem to pin down certain data and has to use the term a "few years later". But a few years is bigger than ONE year, and there is no reason to expect that occupancy wouldn't go up as the years progress.
Here, we have another big fat nothing burger.
On a side note we DO have Ilhan Omar filling joint returns with the wrong husband listed...which makes NO assumptions, and was investigated already, and still no charges filed. Typical Dems and their rules for others, not the same as rules for themselves. Yet again, a total waste of my time typing this, as this info is readily available and easy to discern, by anyone who takes the time to READ before they TYPE.This post was edited by Ghot on Oct 21 2019 04:39am