fire-sale price

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n.1.a price much lower than normal market price; as, the Reagan administration sold off valuable mineral and timber resources at fire-sale prices.
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Non-productive real estate can be a significant cash drain, and it usually falls to the finance department to track expenditures related to maintenance and insurance, Selling it is an option, of course, but that can mean accepting a fire-sale price, as well as having to pay closing costs and commissions.
225 million to regain control of video rights to its movies, nearly a decade after they were sold off at a fire-sale price by financier Giancarlo Parretti.
In addition to Freddo, ex-proprietors of two other Exxel-owned companies, music chain Musimundo and gourmet coffee store and pastry maker Havanna, are rumored to be trying to buy back their old companies at fire-sale prices.
These purchases have the chance to be home runs (since) you are buying assets at fire-sale prices because the economy is weak and you have the Internet bumble of a year ago,'' Riley said.
Constitution - "nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation" - to establish a process that lets the owners of gambling casinos scarf up land adjacent to their properties at fire-sale prices.
To get the numbers in the market, manufacturers often churn out economy cars at (well, almost) fire-sale prices to get the numbers up and avoid big fines.
Newby completed 2 steel tanks, and already helped the company purchase several additional items of heavy equipment at fire-sale prices, including a crane, plasma-cutter, and several thousand pounds of other metalworking equipment for the construction and installation of hundreds of plants.
The sphinx-like magnate who has amassed a personal fortune estimated at US$8 billion, made his money turning around assets picked up at fire-sale prices.
By suppressing and depressing gold prices, Barrick forced its competitors to sell gold assets and companies at fire-sale prices.
Civilians own about 100 former jet fighters in Southern California, most bought at fire-sale prices from former Soviet Bloc countries that are strapped for cash.