acquisition costs

development costs
OTHER names

land costs

An acquisition cost is the total cost that a company has on its books for property and equipment, before sales tax and after they adjust it for necessary expenditures like discounts, incentives, and closing costs. In other words, it is the total expense incurred by a business in acquiring a new client or buying an asset like equipment or inventory.

Source: Investopedia

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