Re/Max Holdings Balance Sheet - Annual (NYSE:RMAX)

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$59.8 $1.1 (1.81%) RMAX stock closing price Mar 19, 2018 (Closing)

The Re/Max Holdings balance sheet is a snapshot of the company's financial health at a given point of time, whereas the other two financial statements are for a particular accounting period. How cash on hand has increased or decreased is one of the many indicators used while undertaking the Re/Max Holdings stock analysis, and provides insights into the firm's financial performance. Annual results announcements include the release of all three financial statements, of which the balance sheet is one. Re/Max Holdings had a long term debt of $230.82M at the end of 2016. To understand the debt servicing capacity of the company, one needs to look at Re/Max Holdings operating cash flow and Re/Max Holdings revenue also. Re/Max Holdings debt to equity ratio is 3.3.

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Marketable Securities------
Raw Materials------
Work In Progress------
Finished Goods------
Notes Receivable19.41M16.76M16.64M15.98M15.03M-
Other Current Assets------
Total Current Assets
Property Plant & Equipment------
Accumulated Depreciation------
Net Property Plant & Equipment
Investment & Advances2.69M2.39M6.35M6.22M7.23M-
Other Non-Current Assets------
Deferred Charges105.77M106.03M66.9M67.79M--
Deposits & Other Assets115.22M73.09M85.11M98.47M85.95M-
Total Assets
Notes Payable------
Accounts Payable1M-1.67M1.74M2.91M-
Current Portion Long-Term Debt------
Current Portion Capital Leases------
Accrued Expenses13.09M16.08M9.38M9.34M9.39M-
Income Taxes Payable------
Other Current Liabilities------
Total Current Liabilities
Deferred Taxes/Income------
Convertible Debt------
Long-Term Debt230.82M201.88M211.67M228.4M232.32M-
Non-Current Capital Leases------
Other Long-Term Liabilities131.39M127.29M96.12M97.59M103.23M-
Total Liabilities
Minority Interest------
Preferred Stock------
Common Stock Net-----98.51M-
Capital Surplus447M445.08M241.88M239.08M--
Retained Earnings16.8M4.69M12.04M1.5M--
Treasury Stock------
Other Liabilities-403.1M-410.36M-214.64M-225.05M1.74M-
Shareholders Equity60.7M39.41M39.28M15.53M-96.76M-
Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity437.15M385.31M358.32M352.82M251.41M-
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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Most investors just check the Re/Max Holdings stock price, and Re/Max Holdings historical stock prices before investing. While share price is an important factor, one should also look at financials and valuation metrics like the Re/Max Holdings PE ratio chart. Below is a brief explanation of common balance sheet terms:

  • Assets: An asset is a resource that a corporation like Re/Max Holdings owns and has monetary significance. RMAX assets grew from $385.31M in 2015 to $437.15M in 2016. Assets can be of two types: fixed assets like real estate, plant and machinery; and current assets which includes cash, accounts receivable etc. Tech stocks typically don't have too many assets.
  • Liabilities: This item on the balance sheet implies the firm's, in this case Re/Max Holdings's, legal obligations including loans, accounts payable, deferred revenue, accrued expenses and mortgages. The total liabilities for RMAX stock stand at $376.44M.

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