operating expense ratio

operating expense ratio
A ratio used in real estate lending analysis. The ratio is the total operating expenses divided by the effective gross income. American Banker Glossary

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operating expense ratio UK US noun [S] ACCOUNTING
the relationship between operating expenses and gross income

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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