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    Thread: What is Fair Market Value?

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      Dear traders and forum silos share market value is the price that a property sale for an on the open market it is a term commonly used in text and real estate share market value is used to represent the price of an asset under the following usual set of conditions use of air market values useful property taxes are open access based on the share market value of the owners property if the probable price at which are willing fires will buy from a willing sellers when both are unrelated known the relevant facts it refers to the price that property or asset would sell for one on the open market it is important very common term used on property and text department because the value of both depends on the market condition share market value is made of the internal revenue service station in the United States the IRS has actually defined fair market value in the IRS revenue ruling to get the fair market value the both parties are giving the right ways to gain and any of them must not to be under duress then this will bring the right of hair Regrowth negotiations between both parties if there is going to be any changes they will still have to meet to negotiate any changes that is to make in real estate management it's based on this tfm that the test will be paid


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      Quote Originally Posted by Thandeka View Post
      What is Fair Market Value?
      Fair market value in its simplest science fair market value is the price that property would sell for on the open market autumn commonly used in tax and real estate share market value has come to represent the price of an asset under the following usual set off condition prospective buyers and sellers are reasonable in knowledge about the Asset behaving in their own best interests free of undue pressure to trade and given a reasonable time period for completing the transaction demon these conditions and assets fair market value should represent an accurate valuation or assessment of it's worth


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      Fair Market Value (FMV) is a term mostly used in real estate, tax and open market. It has to do with the price of an asset where the prospective buyers and sellers have good knowledge of with no pressure and to the best interests of all the parties involved and thus a reasonable time for the completion of the transaction would then be set.
      Fair Market Value represents the value or the real worth of the property in question. Fair Market is used effectively in Municipal property taxes whereby the property is assessed based on when or how long the property had been owned and the purchase price with full considerations for local and national guidelines to determine the value.This is done by professional appraisers.
      Tax Authorities (Internal Revenue Service) always make sure that the dealings among individual and even corporate bodies are at Fair Money Value. Tax Authorities also ensure that donations are assessed in order to ensure the associated tax credit


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      The concept first used in the Revenue Act of 1918, which have it that "when property is exchanged for other property the property received in exchange shall, for the purpose of determining gain or loss, be
      treated as the equivalent of cash to the amount of its fair market value." Advisory Tax Board Recommendation 57 was issued by the Bureau of Internal Revenue in 1919 to define fair market value. Hence, the recommendation stated, "Market value" is the price at which a seller willing to sell at a fair price and a buyer willing to buy at a fair price, both having reasonable knowledge of the facts, will trade.Name:  higher fair market value.jpg
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Size:  27.3 KB It means the existence of a public of possible buyers at a fair price. Also, fair market value is a concept that can be used heuristically to determine if a particular end of value has met the definitional standard. For example, if the seller is motivated to sell-because of business distress, the traded value will not be at fair market value because the seller is an unwilling seller in that he or she is under some compulsion and "needs" to sell rather than "wants" to sell. This type of seller is often defined as "motivated." Another example is when the price offered by a competitor, who is attempting to gain market share, or perhaps trying to enter a new territory, contains a premium. As the business is worth more to this particular buyer because of the synergies expected to be realized after the purchase, then once more we do not have a transaction at fair market value. We have instead investment value, the value to a specific buyer, rather than a hypothetical buyer.


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      Fair Market Value is a hypothetical where property would change hands between a willing buyer and seller where neither has an advantage in a marketplace, and where buyers and sellers interact frequently and in which research can be conducted to uncover past sales of comparable properties in order to establish proof of worth(value).

      Fair Market Value can also be defined as “The price at which property would change hands between a willing buyer and a willing seller, neither being under any compulsion to buy or sell and both having reasonable knowledge of relevant facts.” The point about no compulsion to buy or sell is important because otherwise, for example if someone is forced to sell, the price could be artificially low (as in a bankruptcy situation).

      Appraisers often use Fair Market Value in determining value for Estate Tax Liability and Donations.


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