Cash flow

The amount of cash derived over a certain period of time from an income-producing property. The cash flow should be large enough to pay the expenses of the income producing property (mortgage payment, maintenance, utilities, etc.) Cash flow is important to a project manager who is responsible for the management of the budget for the project.

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