Rent increase approved for 2014
“Visitors will soon have access to a brand they know and trust.” Philip Hawkins, general manager for Paradise Auto Rental & Sales, added, “We are excited to join with Enterprise Holdings and Neal & Massy to bring the Alamo brand to Turks & Caicos. This agreement is a win for rental car customers on the island we call home.” Alamo expects to begin operations with a location at Providenciales International Airport in late 2013 or early 2014. Currently, through its regional subsidiaries, Enterprise Holdings owns and operates the Alamo Rent A Car, National Car Rental property management companies in baltimore and Enterprise Rent-A-Car brands in North America, as well as a comprehensive network of National and Alamo locations throughout the Americas and, through a combination of corporate ownership and franchise agreements, a rapidly expanding global network of Enterprise operations. For more information, visit http://www.alamo.com. About Alamo Rent A CarFounded in 1974, Alamo Rent A Car is a value-oriented, internationally recognized brand serving the rental needs of airport leisure travelers. Alamo offers low rental rates and a hassle-free customer experience at the most popular travel destinations throughout the world.
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has approved an increase for residential rentals in the province. Starting Jan. 1, rent for heated units can go up two per cent, while the allowable increase for unheated units and for mobile home sites is one per cent. IRAC chair Moe Rodgerson said the commission considers a variety of factors when setting allowable rent increases. “We take into consideration submissions that are made by both landlords and tenants,” said Rodgerson.
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