Bill Amends, owner of Real Estate Inc., buys and sells commercial properties. Recently, he sold land for $3,000,000 to the Blackhawk Group, a developer that plans to build a new shopping mall. In addition to the $3,000,000 sales price, Blackhawk Group agrees to pay Real Estate Inc. 1% of the retail sales of the mall for 10 years. Blackhawk estimates that retail sales in a typical mall project is $1,000,000 a year. Given the substantial increase in online sales that are occurring in the retail market, Bill had originally indicated that he would prefer a higher price for the land instead of the 1% royalty arrangement and suggested a price of $3,250,000. However, Blackhawk would not agree to those terms.InstructionsWhat is the transaction price for the land and related royalty payment that Real Estate Inc. should record?

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Bill Amends, owner of Real Estate Inc., buys and sells commercial properties. Recently, he sold land for $3,000,000 to the Blackhawk Group, a developer that plans to build a new shopping mall. In addition to the $3,000,000 sales price, Blackhawk Group agrees to pay Real Estate Inc. 1% of the retail sales of the mall for 10 years. Blackhawk estimates that retail sales in a typical mall project is $1,000,000 a year. Given the substantial increase in online sales that are occurring in the retail market, Bill had originally indicated that he would prefer a higher price for the land instead of the 1% royalty arrangement and suggested a price of $3,250,000. However, Blackhawk would not agree to those terms.

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What is the transaction price for the land and related royalty payment that Real Estate Inc. should record?

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