net debt to estimated valuation


The ratio of the net value of a municipal bond to the market value of the property used to secure it. If the value of a bond is small compared to the value of the property that backs it up, the bond is less risky because the government entity that issued it is in a stronger position to repay it. This ratio is one of the elements used to determine the quality of a municipal bond.
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net debt to assessed valuation net dividend per share