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Valuation

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Valuation involves putting a price on a piece of property, whether it be real estate, intellectual property (patents, copyrights, trademarks, and other intangibles), personal property, or a business. In the context of a business valuation the appraiser considers many factors, including financial attributes (such as sales and profitability trends, noncash expenses, capital expenditures, tangible and intangible assets, the implications of long-term contracts, nonrecurring profit and loss statement items, related party transactions, and contingent liabilities), marketing attributes (including location, competition, barriers to entry, distributor relationships) and macroeconomic attributes (regulatory constraints, labor relations, interest rates, general economic conditions, the state of the art for the company's products, and others).

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