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Liquidation refers to the process of selling off assets, typically real estate properties, to convert them into cash. This might occur for various reasons, such as to pay off debts, realize gains, or wind down a real estate investment fund or business.

Liquidation in real estate investment refers to the conversion of physical property or real estate assets into cash or cash equivalents by selling them on the market. This process can be part of a strategy to exit an investment, pay off creditors, or dissolve a business entity. The speed and method of liquidation can vary, with some liquidations occurring quickly at potentially lower prices, while others might be more methodical to maximize return.

In a forced liquidation, the sale might be executed to satisfy debts or obligations, potentially at a loss, and under terms that may not be most favorable to the owner or investor. In a voluntary liquidation, the owner or investor might be selling assets strategically as part of an investment plan, often trying to maximize profits.

In both cases, the process involves legal and financial considerations, and usually requires collaboration with real estate professionals, including agents, brokers, and legal experts, to ensure that the sale complies with all relevant laws and regulations.