buyer's market

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  • noun

Synonyms for buyer's market

a market in which more people want to sell than want to buy

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Archer's appraiser considered the highest and best use, but chose to use the as-is valuation due to a depressed market and the current condition of the property.
However countries with vulnerable economies will continue to experience depressed markets and falling prices.
It will maintain its network but will not leverage its balance sheet to buy aircraft during a depressed market, as it has before.
Bob Husick,55, and wife Ricki from Pittsburgh have been trying to sell their suburban home for almost a year, but have failed to do so in the current depressed market.
The company says it is responding to the laws of supply and demand as its sales continue to be healthy, despite a depressed market.
Sources continue to lay blame for the depressed market on the secure document destruction industry.
Because of the depressed market for sales during the recessionary years, many of these owners did not want to sell and have held their properties
25bn, the fifth straight year of losses, with the Iraq war and SARS outbreak contributing to an already depressed market following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
MPAC) say the provincial government's attempt to harmonize assessment bases across Ontario under a fair market value tax assessment has failed, and has brought southern Ontario property values into a depressed market in the North.
Stora Enso, Helsinki, Finland, has launched a restructuring program at its publication paper mill at Corbehem, France, to secure the mill's long-term competitiveness in depressed market conditions.
Mr Cook said: "We have never really been able to recover from the depressed market in the late 90s.
Joseph Huss, Gould president and chief executive, in a press release cited excess worldwide copper foil capacity and depressed market conditions for the consolidation.
To prove that even in this depressed market, there was a way to make money using a revolutionary, new computerized online investing system.
In Germany, Real achieved strong like-for-like sales growth in a depressed market during 2001, and a 123.
Newspapers and magazines, which rely on advertising dollars, are also seeing a decline in ad pages--a big blow to an already depressed market.