open market value

open market value
In the context of property transactions, the best price that might reasonably be expected for property, or an interest in property, from an unconnected third party on a certain date. A valuer would normally base such a valuation on an average of values for similar properties or interests and would not take into account an unusual transaction.
The term may have a particular meaning, depending on context. For example, many leases will specify exactly what is meant by open market value (or open market rent) in the context of a rent review.
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