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# What is the value for required rate of return?

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## Answer

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###### 06/25/2014

The value of the required rate of return would be the same percentage. The investment will not be purchased by a buyer if the percentage is not fixed, solidifying the rate of return when the investment is sold. The value may be more, however, but not less.

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