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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      Market Value is a market value, namely the price of goods or securities indicated by market offerings, namely the price for which additional goods can be sold or purchased at one point, the market value of a securities is determined by the last sale value for securities that are not active, when there is no offer, the price of the last bid is used for securities that are not listed on the exchange, the market value is determined by the last sale or determined by the appraisal institution market value constantly fluctuates when there is hot news and will change frequently throughout the day. Companies that grow have a ratio greater than one, which means that the market believes that the market value of the company is greater than the value of the book. This also means that market value that reflects the size of the company influences the decision of investors to buy, hold or sell their shares.


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      Fair Market Value ( FMV ) :
      Is The Price Agreed Between A Buyer and Seller For A Specific Asset On The Open Market Under The Following Condition :
      1- Buyer and Seller Should Be aware Of Asset's Condition .
      2- Buyer And Seller Don't be Under any Compulsion To Buy Or Sell .
      3- The Deal Shouldn't Be Under Time Pressure For The Completion .
      4- Buyer and Seller Are Unrelated and Behaving In their Own Best Interest .

      So Based On The Mentioned Above Conditions an asset's Fair Value Should Present an accurate Valuation of its Worth and This Is What Fair Market Value Means .

      Fair Market Value Is Calculated To A Firm Based On the Following Basis :
      1- A Firm's Growth Rate .
      2- A Firm's Profit Margins .
      3- A Firm's Potential Risk .

      And Professional Investors Usually Invest their Money In Stocks Which they expect that They Will Match Its Fair Value .


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      Fair market value (FMV) can be defined as the estimate of the value of a property in the market property, based on what a knowledgeable, willing, and unpressured seller in the market will receive from a knowledgeable, willing, and unpressured buyer. Fair market price is often being used in tax and real estate and it means the price a property will sell for in an open market. Under the fair market value the perspective buyers and sellers settles for a price of a property in a manner that is unpressurized or under any form of duress. Fair market value is good for transactions because it brings fairness and any sales and purchases made are done with the full consent and willingness of the parties involved in it.


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      The term fair market value is intentionally distinct from similar terms such as market value or appraised value because it considers the economic principles of free and open market activity, whereas the term market value simply refers to the price of an asset in the marketplace. Therefore, while a home's market value can easily be found on a listing, the fair market value is more difficult to determine. Similarly, the term appraised value refers to an asset's value in the opinion of a single appraiser, thus not immediately qualifying the appraisal as a fair market value. In cases where a fair market value is needed, however, an appraisal will usually suffice.

      Due to the thorough considerations made by the term fair market value, it's often used in legal settings. For example, the fair market value of real estate is commonly used in divorce settlements and to calculate compensation related to the government's use of eminent domain. Fair market values are also often utilized in taxation, such as when determining the fair market value of property for a tax deduction after a casualty loss.
      Practical Uses of Fair Market Value - FMV

      Municipal property taxes are often assessed based on the FMV of the owner's property. Depending on how long the owner has owned the home, the difference between the purchase price and the residence's FMV can be substantial. Professional appraisers use standards, guidelines, and national and local regulations to determine a home's FMV.


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      The term fair market value is intentionally distinct from similar terms such as market value or appraised value because it considers the economic principles of free and open market activity, whereas the term market value simply refers to the price of an asset in the marketplace. Therefore, while a home's market value can easily be found on a listing, the fair market value is more difficult to determine. Similarly, in the opinion of a single appraiser, the term appraised value refers to the value of an asset and therefore does not immediately qualify the appraisal as a fair value. However, in cases where a fair market value is needed, an assessment is usually sufficient.Due to the thorough considerations made by the term fair market value, it's often used in legal settings. For example, the fair market value of real estate is commonly used in divorce settlements and to calculate compensation related to the government's use of eminent domain.Due to the thorough considerations made by the term fair market value, it's often used in legal settings.


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      Fair market value is a term that is used to describe when the price of a commodity is sold based on the value that is considered to be fair enough by both the buyer and selling party, in this case nobody feels cheated on the desk, fair market value can be used also for selling an asset, when someone else has indicated interest to purchase a house for example, the seller will use the valuation of what is obtainable around where his property is before he can accept the offer of the buyer, fair market value is necessary because sometimes, some people are very greedy when they know that you need a property, they might hike the price unnecessarily because they want to take advantage of the situation.


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      Fair market value is the amount of money that an item can be sold for which both buyers and sellers have agreed that it is appropriate, before there can be a fair market value, comparison must have been made to know what is generally acceptable within what is being negotiated, it is actually on the basis of this that the determination of fair market value is gotten, am instrument that is traded in the stock exchange markets can have a fair value and the value that is too high or too low to be traded depending on the surrounding circumstances. Fair market value does not have to be accepted sometimes, but compromise has to be made.


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      Fair market value is the reasonable selling price of a business, stock, real estate or assets. Fair market value is simply considered the price that a property would sell for, on the open market. It is a common jargon used in tax and real estate. It also represents the price of an asset under the following set of condition or terms: prospective buyers and sellers possessing reasonable knowledge about the asset, behaving in their own best interest, and are free of undue pressure to trade etc. With these conditions, an asset's fair market value should represent an accurate assessment of its worth. The term fair market value is never synonymous to similar terms such as market value or appraised value, because it considers the economic principles of free and open market activity. Due to its popularity in the open market, the term fair market value is often used in legal settings, for example, the fair market value of an estate is commonly used in divorce dispute or settlement, and also in taxation, it is utilized when determining the fair market value of property for a tax deduction after a loss.


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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      fair market value is the likely price at which a willing buyer will buy from a willing seller, on the assumption that the following conditions are met:
      1. both buyer and seller are not related.
      2. both buyer and seller are aware of the relevant facts about the item
      3. neither the seller nor the buyer is compelled or forced into the transaction.
      4. all rights about the item must pass to the buyer with the transfer.
      with the above points fulfilled, an asset's fair market value should represent an accurate valuation or assessment of its worth.
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      Default Re: What is Fair Market Value?

      Fair value in accordance with IAS 9 is the amount by which an asset can be exchanged or a liability settled between their respective parties willing to exchange, and that the facts are free of charge and there are considerations when measuring fair value
      The market is active
      If the market is active (declared) the financial instrument is quoted as active market and the quoted market price is appropriate for the asset held or liability to be issued, which is usually the current bid price.
      Market is inactive
      If the market is not active for the valuation of the financial instrument, the entity determines the fair value using a valuation method based on the latest market transactions on a commercial basis between the willing or knowledgeable parties.
      The following factors should be taken into account when assessing fair value:
      - Time value of funds (interest at base price or risk free price) as an example of government bonds.
      - Credit risk according to observable market prices of traded instruments of different credit quality.
      - Foreign currency exchange rates according to the published exchange rate prices in the periodic financial publications.
      - Prices of commodities according to market prices of many commodities.
      - Equity prices based on current value.
      - Volatility of items traded actively on the basis of historical market data and current market prices.
      - Prepayment risk and risk of waiver of financial liabilities based on historical data.
      - The cost of servicing the financial asset or financial obligation by comparing prices between fees in the market.


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