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purchaser

One who buys or contracts to buy real property. Also See vendor.
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For example, in a recent transaction, the buyer, concerned with the cyclical nature of the seller's business and working capital, created a working capital adjustment targeting only the specific items with which the buyer was concerned.
What buyer wants to purchase the stock of an accountancy corporation and assume liability for claims against the selling entity, such as malpractice or employment-based claims?
Typically, the buyout results in a two-transaction sale--a sale of the residence by the employee to the employer, followed by a sale from the employer to a third-party buyer.
Each of these organizations has specific characteristics and opportunities to offer an acquired agency, but agencies need to do a great deal of due diligence on a potential buyer before signing a sales contract.
AN IMPORTANT QUESTION REGARDING THE DEDUCTIBILITY of a liability is: Did it arise after the transaction or did the buyer assume the seller's liability?
The exporter can quote price in such a way as to make the buyer responsible for all such tasks, for specified tasks, or else for none of these tasks.
Buyers Brokers Only, LLC celebrates its 10th year of providing Massachusetts and New Hampshire homebuyers with exclusive buyer representation.
The face of the average buyer has changed with the economic boost, and along with it has gone the average amenities that come with luxury living, according to Andrew Heiberger, founder and CEO of Buttonwood Real Estate LLC, a private real estate corporation that focuses on investments, syndications, and property development in here and in South Florida.
South Bay broker Carol Gilles said she heard from another agent about a seller offering to pay for Botox treatments for the lucky buyer.
According to the Federal Reserve System, roughly $6 trillion is due at any one point in time in outstanding payables from buyer to supplier.
To address this concern, buyers often will condition the payment of the full purchase price on the clients remaining with the buyer for a certain time period, generally between two and five years.
The main problem with this argument is that E is comparing situations in which a reduction in value is appropriate because a willing buyer would have to assume any burden associated with the property--paying taxes, zoning costs, lack of control, lack of marketability or resale restrictions.