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reversionary value

the value of property at the expiration of a certain time period.

Example: A lease will expire in 30 years. The landlord estimates that the reversionary value of the property will be $50,000; that is, the property can be sold in 30 years for $50,000.

See also terminal value
reversionary value

estimated value of property at the expiration of a certain time period.

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