resale price

resale price

In a projection regarding the performance of a real estate investment, it is the anticipated price the property will bring upon eventual sale at a point in time.

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Italiatech Australia Pty Ltd (Italiatech) and TMO Sports Pty Ltd (TMO), two importers and wholesale distributors of bicycle parts and accessories to retailers Australia wide, have provided court-enforceable undertakings to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission admitting that they had engaged in conduct that amounted to, or was likely to amount to, resale price maintenance.
It said that its provisional view was that each of the alleged nine agreements amounted to resale price maintenance, in a "serious infringement of competition law".
For companies struggling to prevent discounting by their resellers, it means having to be careful that the policies your company puts in place are not perceived as an agreement or conspiracy with your resellers to control the minimum resale price of your product.
In terms of overall price, while the club sees a slight decrease from last year (just over 1 percent), the Red Sox still lead the way with the average resale price of $124.
In February 2009, an audit was filed on the sale of the property in which the auditor allocated the shortage between the $192,000 original sale price and the $130,000 second resale price to be paid by Simard.
Investing in preparing your car for sale will save money in the long run and ensure the car achieves the best resale price possible.
Resale price maintenance; a comparative American-European perspective.
The OECD-accepted TP methods have been divided into two groups: the traditional transaction methods (which include comparable uncontrolled price, resale price and cost-plus) and the transactional profit methods (which include profit-split and transactional net-margin); see the exhibit at right.
In addition, mold problems can taint a property's value, causing a significant downgrade in resale price.
The cost of reinstallation knocks down the resale price of a stationary baler.
The second most expensive area was Anaheim-Santa Ana, California, with a second quarter median resale price of $471,700, followed by Boston at 409,100.
If the resale is between 91 days and 150 days following acquisition by the seller, the final rule requires the lender to document the resale value if the resale price is between 50 to 150 percent over the purchase price.