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in a state of anxiety or uneasiness

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facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty

generalized feeling of distress

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suffering severe physical strain or distress

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afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief

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In geographies containing relatively few non-distressed sales, all sales transactions are used; however, the distressed sales are first adjusted to compensate for their discounts.
8220;At the moment distressed properties, also known as short sales, foreclosures, bank-owned property, and notice-of-default-filed property make up only 14% of the inventory of available properties in the county.
The coefficient on the dummy variable for firms in financial distress is positive and significant, implying that financially distressed firms use, on average, 5.
Despite the slight decrease in the third quarter, respondents expect the number of distressed properties coming onto the market in the fourth quarter of 2010 to increase across 16 of the 25 countries surveyed - an increase of two countries over the last quarter.
And we are seeing a number of distressed funds preparing to enter the market," explained Heather Wipperman, chief executive officer of Investment Boutique.
The result is that if you're an Ardepro or similar renovation specialist, and you have the cash to make an outright purchase, you can pick up distressed property at a fraction of its real value.
The management of a distressed bank typically has an incentive to conceal the extent of distress.
Investors can then snap up the property and help the distressed property owner conserve some equity.
Highly distressed women with long menstrual cycles had difficulty conceiving in a study of couples planning a first pregnancy, reported Dr.
At age 70, the squares were Much healthier physically than either the distressed or the intermediate men on a variety of measures, including heart and lung function.
1987) and Folkman, Lazarus, Gruen, and DeLongis (1986) found patients who attempted fewer coping strategies reflected by low scores on the WOC were not as distressed or depressed as those attempting more coping.
These additional features provide investors, lenders and servicers expanded distressed property reviews based on a new data algorithm and extended customization.
York-York shire showed a 3% decrease in the number of distressed businesses, against a UK average drop of 7%.
Including distressed sales, home prices declined by 7.
As with its original distressed debt strategy, Dalton will invest primarily in companies that have positive operating earnings but are weighed down by excessive debt.