buyers' market


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Synonyms for buyers' market

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

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As Spain's suffers economically, competition for top product has dwindled, turning the country into a buyers' market. And only Mediaset Espana and Atresmedia are really buying.
Rightmove warned that conditions were rapidly shifting to become a buyers' market and it expects house prices to lose all of the gains they have made so far in 2010 during the second half of the year.
"More aggressive pricing is the order of the day, which means conditions are ripe for a strong buyers' market in the second half of 2010."
A sudden surge in the number of homes for sale in recent weeks could create a buyers' market after the General Election, agents are warning.
But it added that it remained a buyers' market as levels of unsold property remained high, giving people room to negotiate on prices.
It is a buyers' market and simply changing suppliers, a relatively simple process, could mean significant savings for householders."
Property values have been supported by declining cap rates, but capital flows are slowing, shifting the sector toward a buyers' market for the first time in years.
All of which means it's a buyers' market out there, so make them an offer they can't refuse.