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Using Pricing Multiples and Rates of Return to Value Family Limited Partnerships

Do you value family limited partnerships (FLPs)? Do you know the proper application of pricing and rate of return data to derive a value using both the market approach and income approach? Do you know the best sources of empirical market data to use when valuing an FLP or other noncontrolling interest in a real estate-related entity, consistent with Rev. Ruling 59-60? Join this discussion on the practical application of the concepts discussed in Comprehensive ...

Using the transaction method

The Transaction (Merger and Acquisition) Method , Kyle Garcia , National Litigation Consultants' Review , March 2002, pp. 1-3. The transaction (or merger and acquisition) method is often the mos ...

Valuing an interest in an RELP

A Study of the Discounts Inherent in the P/NAV Multiples of Real Estate Limited Partnerships, Russell T. Glazer , Business Appraisal Practice, Winter 2000-2001, pp.22-28. This article addresses ...

Adjusting for growth

"Adjusting Pricing Multiples for Expected Growth," Stephen J. Bravo , Business Appraisal Practice , Spring 2000, pp. 33-38. After you have selected guideline companies and calculated their pricing m ...

Done Deals data supports small company risk premiums

The controversy continues both as to the impact of company size on pricing multiples and also as to whether public companies tend to command higher prices than private companies in control sale transa ...

Private companies sell at lower price multiples than public companies

The Done Deals transactions database, compiled from SEC filings, includes both companies that were public and companies that were private prior to the sale transaction. Comparisons of pricing mult ...

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