being in demand by especially employers; "marketable skills"
fit to be offered for sale; "marketable produce"
capable of being marketed; "the marketable surplus"
A security is a fungible, negotiable instrument representing financial value. Securities are broadly categorized into debt securities (such as banknotes, bonds and debentures) and equity securities, e.g., common stocks; and derivative contracts, such as forwards, futures, options and swaps. ...
(marketability) The likelihood that something will sell; market appeal
(Marketability) The ability to quickly convert property to cash at minimal cost.
(Marketability) A measure of the ease with which a security can be sold in the secondary market.
Marketability refers to the “sale-ability” of your home. The marketability of your house is based on its location, size, condition and the condition of the local housing market in general.
(Marketability) Attribute acquired by a share when it is dealt in regularly and can thus be bought and sold easily.
(Marketability) Much goes into the marketability formula, including the design, features, benefits over other products, price, margin, safety or serviceability issues, looks, durability, packaging, dealer incentives and sales volume projections.
(Marketability) The manner in which the subject fits into the market; the relative desirability of a property (for sale or lease) in comparison with similar or competing properties in the area.
(Marketability) The status of a property title when considered for sale. Property titles free of defects, objectionable liens or encumbrances are considered marketable.
Raw natural gas from which impurities have been removed so that the natural gas meets the quality specifications of the pipeline transmission facility that will receive it for transportation to market. Also called PIPELINE QUALITY GAS.
A product or service that is commercially viable in the current market.