Operating Expense has two components, fixed expenses and variable expenses. The fixed expenses are ongoing expenses that do not vary based on occupancy levels of the property (e.g. Real estate taxes and insurance). Variable expenses are operating expenses necessary to the property, but dependent on the property's occupancy level (e.g. Utilities). Operating Expense = (Expense Amount x Fixed % )

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