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Absorption Schedule

Definitions of Absorption Schedule
  • An absorption schedule is the timeline at which available property or space will be either sold or leased.
    The absorption schedule provided by the real estate developer indicated that the office project would be ninety percent leased within six months of completion.


Absorption Schedule

An absorption schedule is the timeline over which available space or property will be leased, occupied, or acquired. It is a useful tool to help developers, investors, and financial institutions forecast sales transactions of a property or market.

Where absorption is generally considered to be the total amount of available space leased up in a given market, net absorption is the net change of available space in a given market over a specific period of time.

Net absorption deducts space vacated and put back on the market from the total amount of space acquired. Net absorption is a key indicator of the balance of supply and demand in commercial real estate markets.


        

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