Acquisition Fee

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Acquisition Fee

Any and all fees one must pay in the process of buying a property. Examples of acquisition fees include closing costs, commission to the real estate broker, and any costs associated with construction. One may pay acquisition fees directly, or one may borrow them along with the mortgage. See also: All-in cost.
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21 million owed as acquisition fees for nine properties.
Carey said that the total acquisition price was approximately USD 88m, including acquisition fees.
A new report from the Arab Advisors Group has analysed the cellular spectrum acquisition fees in nine countries: Algeria, Bahrain, France, India, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and UK.
4 billion yen for the buyout of the three Japanese firms, including advisory and acquisition fees to investment funds.
Whilst management fees have increased by 11% over this period, perhaps more notable is the almost five-fold increase in acquisition fees.
The rise in revenues from fundraising offset a decline in merger and acquisition fees to its lowest level since 2003, Dealogic said.
NEL) totaling some $26 million, including acquisition fees.
healthcare coverage cutbacks, a government agency's enforcement of a 12-year-old rule covering organ acquisition fees could cost US taxpayers millions of dollars and ultimately force some transplant programs and organ procurement agencies to shut down, according to a transplant reimbursement and health policy expert.
6 million shares projected to be outstanding, which includes estimated option exercises prior to the closing date, the total cash acquisition price before acquisition fees will be approximately $212 million.
Its central issue is the tens of millions of dollars that were written off against "Blair Witch" in acquisition fees and marketing as well as the high video revenue that Artisan earned and was stingy about distributing.
9 billion acquisition of New England Electric System, announced earlier this year, will cost it pounds 15 million in acquisition fees and interest costs and a further pounds 8 million in the costs of issuing bonds.
7 million on a pretax basis) for acquisition fees, employee severance packages tied to the closing of Revco's headquarters and exit costs associated with the headquarters shutdown and certain store closings.
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