Market Approach

Business / Real Estate / Market Approach: A method of pricing single-family rental homes and condos using comparable market data. When pricing multiple unit rental properties, the income approach is probably better.

Other Words for Approach

Approach Verb Synonyms: near, advance, draw or come near or nearer or close or closer, come nigh
Approach Noun Synonyms: access, passage, way, path, course, entry
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Other Words for Market

Market Noun Synonyms: demand, customer base, call
Market Adjective Synonyms: shop, store, bazaar, supermarket, superstore
Market Verb Synonyms: market-place, exchange, Stock Exchange
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Free Market

Business / Agriculture / Free Market: A system in which the market forces of supply and demand determine prices and allocate available supplies, without government intervention. The concept of a free-market approach in agricultural policy MORE

Net Income Approach

Business / Real Estate / Net Income Approach: A method of pricing multiple unit rental properties where the desire to buy is driven by the propertys ability to generate cash flow and profit. Most often used to price rental properties of 2 or more MORE

Marketing Director

Health / Health Insurance / Marketing Director: Individual responsible for marketing a managed care plan, whose duties include oversight of marketing representatives, advertising, client relations, and enrollment forecasting. MORE

Marketing Contract

Business / Agriculture / Marketing Contract: Prices (or pricing mechanisms) are established for a commodity before harvest or before the commodity is ready for marketing. Most management decisions remain with the grower, who retains ownership of MORE

Marketing Certificate

Business / Agriculture / Marketing Certificate: A certificate that may be redeemed for a specified amount of CCC-owned commodities. The certificates may be generic or for a specific commodity. MORE

Marketing Loan Repayment Provisions

Business / Agriculture / Marketing Loan Repayment Provisions: A loan settlement provision, first authorized by the Food Security Act of 1985, that allows producers to repay nonrecourse loans at less than the announced loan rates whenever the world price or loan MORE

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