fair market value (FMV)

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Probable price at which a willing buyer will buy from a willing seller when (1) both are unrelated, (2) know the relevant facts, (3) neither is under any compulsion to buy or sell, and (4) all rights and benefit inherent in (or attributable to) the item must have been included in the transfer. FMV is generally the basis for tax assessment and court awards. Also called fair value. See also arm's length transaction.

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Sometimes you may find out you can buy something for under fair market value and it may be a great investment to make.
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The fair market value was the exact and ultimately agreed upon price between the two negotiating parties involved in the transaction.
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If you want to get fair market value for your product you must be able to correctly gauge the supply and demand.
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