resale proceeds

resale proceeds

Upon the sale of real property,the money remaining after payment of expenses of the sale,any mortgage debt on the property,and sometimes after payment of income taxes.The term is imprecise and is usually defined in context. Under some programs administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development,property owners who received assistance for their home purchase must reimburse HUD for some of the resale proceeds.

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In other words, the proposed model features, alongside the straightforward estimation of the present value of the income return on capital, the discounting (to the valuation date) of a complex of accumulated sinking fund charges and property resale proceeds.
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Traders who wish to contribute their resale proceeds to Idea Greenhouse can help support its programming and community-building projects.
The first distribution to Palm Coast Resort investors came from new condominium inventory resale proceeds less than three months after the company acquired the waterfront condos in a bulk purchase from Centex Homes, a publicly traded national homebuilder.
Commercial Alliance Group made its first distribution to investors from its first condominium inventory resale proceeds in accordance with the terms of the company's private offering.
As shown in Table 3, before-tax resale proceeds are $200.
The resulting after-tax cash flow and after-tax resale proceeds are the same as before the 1993 tax change.
The result for customers: lower maintenance costs and higher resale proceeds.