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Property KPIs - dashboard view

The dashboard view visualizes the KPI calculations and allows you to present them directly from the user interface.

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In the chart below you find the information for the property metrics, how the values are calculated, and where the data is from. The Data Source column helps you to check and correct any incorrect or missing values. You can also check the table view for missing information.

Descriptions and calculations refer to the properties selected and the result depends on the time selection (e.g. year 2020: NOI is from Jan - Dec 2020 and valuations are taken from 2020 or before).

 METRIC  DESCRIPTION  CALCULATION  DATA SOURCE
Yield The return rate of a property based on the property’s net operating income and market value. (NOI mo / monthly value) * 100 = yield% Properties > (choose a property) > Financial info, NOI
OR
Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Commercial info
ROE Return on equity is used to follow how profitable the asset is in relation to invested equity NOI mo / (monthly value - loan allocation) * 100 = ROE mo Properties > (choose a property) > Financial info, NOI
Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Asset valuation
Vacancy or Occupancy Measuring the share of a property’s vacant areas to its gross lettable area (vacant area / GLA) * 100 = vacancy rate (%)
(occupied area/GLA) * 100 = occupancy rate (%)
Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Commercial info
Maturity

The average expiration time of leases in months and/or years based on a monthly rent and duration of leases. Reflecting the risk of property being vacant.


Length of a
fixed term lease is between the time selection and the ending date.


Length of a lease
valid until further notice is the notice period (set by the user or default 3 mo).

avg. (lease length) = maturity Leases > (choose a lease) > Periods

Leases > (choose a lease) > Contract, Lease information (lease end date or notice period)
NOI The net operating income gross operating income - operating expenses = NOI mo Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Commercial information
Market value (in currency) The most recent market value ∑ market values Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Asset valuation
Market value (EUR/m²) Measuring the most recent market value per m²/ft² market value / total area = market value per m² or ft² Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Asset valuation
Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Buildings
Total area The total surface area of a building incl. vacant areas ∑ building total area Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Buildings
GLA The revenue-generating space, i.e. the floor area that can be leased to tenants
(m²/ft²)
∑ gross lettable areas Properties > (choose a property) > Buildings > (choose a building) > Info, Measurements
Vacant area The non-leased area (m²/ft²) ∑ vacant area Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Rent roll
Rental level (m) The average rent per m²/ft² avg. (property GRI mo) / property net floor area = rental level mo Units > (choose a unit) > Summary
OPEX level (m) The average of operational expenses avg. (monthly OPEX per m² or ft²) = OPEX level mo Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Commercial Information
Share of NOI (Portfolio) Shows how much of the portfolio NOI the property takes NOI of properties / NOI of portfolio * 100 = share of NOI (portfolio) Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Commercial information
Share of NOI (Asset class) Shows how much of the asset class NOI the property takes NOI of properties / NOI of all properties in the same asset classes * 100 = share of NOI (asset class) Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Commercial information
Share of Value (Asset Class) Shows how much value the filtered properties sum up compared to the total value of the same asset classes value of properties / total value of all properties in the same asset classes = share of value (asset class) Properties > (choose a property) > Info, Asset valuation
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