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The distressed asset liquidation scenario comes down to three things:

The longer you hold an asset, the greater the ongoing cost accumulation. The expense outlays are just part of the costs. Remember, you have the costs of not having the same monies to invest in a profitable activity. Present value analysis and implied discount rates must take into consideration opportunity costs to determine the true current worth of a distressed asset. The next step, negotiating the sale of a distressed asset and it is far more complicated than standard mathematics. All the skills of selling are needed to maximize the value of a distressed asset and successfully close a transaction.

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