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Post Money Valuation
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What is Post-money Valuation?
Post-money valuation is the value of a business after it has received cash as part of a venture capital or angel investment deal. This is basically the sum of the pre-money valuation plus the amount of the new investment/equity.
Post-money Valuation vs. Pre-money Valuation
The real difference between the two is that they value the company at different times, although both are valuation measures. Pre-money valuation is the value of a business before getting a cash investment, while post-money valuation is the value after it gets the investment. Pre-money valuation is the value that an investor assigns to your company before they agree to invest, and it helps investors decide how much equity to demand in return for
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What Is Preferred Return?
A preferred return—simply called pref—describes the claim on profits given to preferred investors in a project. The preferred investors will be the first to receive returns up to a certain percentage, generally 8 to 10 percent. Once you reach this profit percentage, the excess profits are split among the rest of the investors as agreed upon in negotiations. This type of return is most commonly used in real estate investment.
How Is the Preferred Return Calculated?
There are three main questions when it comes to calculating the preferred return:
- Is it compounded or non-compounded? Compounded means that the calculation of a preferred return periodic growth amount comes from the amount of invested capital plus all previously earned but unpaid amounts.