cash throw-off

cash throw-off

Same as the noun version of cash flow, but rarely used. It is common, however, to say that a property is “throwing off cash.”

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Investors do not typically value the individual components of a limited partnership interest (tax credits, financing, cash throw-off, etc.); rather, they consider the entire bundle of rights purchased as a single entity.
Therefore, in order to arrive at an independent component of value for the dollar-for-dollar tax credits and to eliminate double counting, overlapping of the real property bundle of rights components (appreciation/depreciation, loan interest write-off, reversionary property rights, and cash throw-off after debt service) must be removed from the limited partnership value.