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also sale·a·ble  (sā′lə-bəl)
Offered or suitable for sale; marketable.

sal′a·bil′i·ty, sal′a·ble·ness n.
sal′a·bly adv.
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Noun1.salability - the quality of being salable or marketable
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare


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This report will accomplish two things; one, the seller may choose to make some necessary repairs in order to enhance the value and salability of the home and two, if one decides to sell it "as is" condition the report can be given to a buyer up front and avoid wasting time with a buyer who is not prepared to do the work.
In fact, price has less to do with the salability of a business than a business operator might think.
Triple K offers reproduction Reform grips and replacing the missing side would at least improve the salability of the pistol.
TQL is designed to further enhance the loan quality, compliance and salability of loans that are originated through Ellie Mae's Encompass mortgage management solution.
Since, it is likely to face resistance from women more than from men, a good marketing exercise with the title 'Empowering Women', will increase the salability of the project.
The rating is based on the salability risk related to the ongoing sole commercial real estate project of MREPL and on the risk arising from the increasing rising interest rates.
He added recent warnings from al-Qaeda network chief Osama Bin Laden against the presence of foreign troops in Afghanistan would not affect German efforts for bringing lasting peace and salability to the war-weary country.
Execu-Sys, he says, recognized the "power and the salability of Informer to their other existing customers and that prompted them to immediately sign up to be one of our VARs.
Terms of the deal also include a lock-up agreement that restricts the salability of IHS shares with 10% of the shares restricted for one year, 50% for two years and 40% for three years.
The entries were judged on the basis of such criteria as their newness, quality, taste, salability and retail price point.
10 eliminates the tedious work of maintaining each state's individual prepayment penalties and increases the salability of loans on the secondary market, freeing up warehouse lines of credit," Larsen said.
Dozens of color photos of 'before' and 'after' examples illustrate staging step-by-step, offering homeowners and their agents key tips to understanding how a property presents itself and what enhances its salability.