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Financial terms in "Ipos"

1. offering size

2. buy, strip and flip

3. distribution capability

4. small corporate offering registration

5. Comment Letter

6. dual syndicate equity offering

7. issue department

8. offering

9. direct financing

10. broker loan

11. mispriced

12. competitive offering

13. broken ipo

14. fund

15. accelerated bookbuild

16. initial public offering spinning

17. Reverse Merger

18. due diligence meeting

19. venture-capital-backed IPO

20. registration fee

21. Corporate Financing Committee

22. cheap stock

23. Public Securities Association

24. subscription period

25. syndicate member

26. issuance costs

27. investment banking

28. Gross spread

29. allottee

30. Hot issue

31. distributing syndicate

32. deficiency letter

33. Cooling-Off Period

34. fully distributed issue

35. competitive bid

36. negotiated underwriting

37. flotation costs

38. new listing

39. issuance date

40. Public Issue

41. Registered Company

42. New Issue

43. Initial Public Offering

44. general public distribution

45. no par value share

46. book running manager

47. Public Company

48. friends and family offering

49. SEC filing

50. subsequent offering

51. selling shareholders

52. back stop

53. first day close

54. friendly hands

55. all hands meeting

56. day to day (DTD)

57. originate

58. registration

59. undersubscription

60. release letter

61. reallowance

62. stagging

63. co-underwriter

64. when distributed

65. crossover investor

66. hot stock

67. investment banking group

68. Dutch Auction

69. offering range

70. impact day

71. price talk

72. Exit Strategy

73. lockup period

74. underwriter's warrants

75. management's discussion and analysis

76. calendar report

77. Investment bank

78. Primary Market

79. special offering

80. quote-only period

81. IPO ETF

82. allotment

83. best effort

84. best efforts offering

85. subscribe

86. collar

87. banking syndicate

88. dual-class ownership

89. follow on public offer (FPO)

90. comparables

91. standby underwriting

92. break issue

93. repackaging

94. syndicate

95. beauty contest

96. letter of comment

97. allocation notice

98. issue date

99. Registration Statement

100. final prospectus

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Highest And Best Use

Categories: Real Estate,

Key appraisal and zoning principle employed in valuing any parcel of land or property. Since the value of a property and its use are closely linked, its highest and best use is that which results in the highest present value, and brings in the greatest net return over a given period or the foreseeable future - within the applicable constraints. The value of, and return on, a property are related to its surrounding environment so its use has to be consistent with the neighboring land use. Because a property's value is influenced by the local competitive and political forces, the timing of the property development is another critical factor. And, especially in metropolitan areas, where a property can be put to several different uses, its combination of uses is very important. A highest and best use appraisal must take these four factors into consideration: (1) legal permissibility, (2) physical possibility, (3) financial feasibility, and (4) maximum productive use. However, even the most detailed appraisal is simply a considered opinion of an appraiser, not the final word.

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