Aa market condition favoring the buyer. In real estate, when more homes are for sale than thee are interested buyers.
Market in which the supply exceeds the demand, creating lower prices. Antithesis of seller's_market.
Slow real estate market conditions that generally favor buyers. With more choice and less competition for available properties, sellers may be forced to substantially reduce their listing prices. Select the state in which you wish to find a Real Estate Agent to buy, sell, buy and sell, a home today! Alabama / Alaska / Arizona / Arkansas / California / Colorado / Connecticut / Delaware Florida / Georgia / Hawaii / Idaho / Illinois / Indiana / Iowa / Kansas / Kentucky / Louisiana Maine / Maryland / Massachusetts / Michigan / Minnesota / Mississippi Missouri / Montana / Nebraska / Nevada / New Hampshire / New Jersey / New Mexico New York / North Carolina / North Dakota / Ohio / Oklahoma / Oregon / Pennsylvania Rhode Island / South Carolina / South Dakota / Tennessee / Texas / Utah / Vermont / Virginia Washington / Washington DC / West Virginia / Wisconsin / Wyoming Copyright © 2005-2006 RealEstateLocalSearch.com, All Rights Reserved
A condition indicating an excess of supply over demand. This usually puts a buyer in a more favorable negotiating position. See also seller's market.
A market which has more sellers than buyers. Low prices result from this excess of supply over demand. also called soft market. opposite of seller's market.
An economic market where conditions are in favor of the buyer.
A condition of the market in which there is an abundance of goods available and hence buyers can afford to be selective and may be able to buy at a lower price than had previously prevailed. (Opposite of Seller?s Market).
A market condition which occurs in real estate where more homes are for sale than there are interested buyers.
a situation where many properties are for sale with few buyers. Supply is up demand is down.
Economic conditions in which the supply of housing exceeds demand. Sellers may be forced to make substantial price concessions.
A "buyer's market" is considered to exist when goods can easily be secured and when the economic conditions result in the buyer having the dominant position. Such conditions exist in recessions or other "down" markets.
A market where buyers determine the price, usually because of an oversupply of stock.
a market in which more people want to sell than want to buy
Economic conditions in which the supply of available housing exceeds demand. This may occur during periods where interest rates are high and can drive down housing prices.
A market in which there are more houses for sale than there are potential buyers. As such, housing prices are driven lower, and buyers stand to get a better deal when purchasing.
A market condition whereby the buyer has the advantage in the abundance of goods and services available and in which they can buy at a lower price than usual.
The condition which exists when a buyer is in a more commanding position as to price and terms because real property offered for sale is in plentiful supply in relation to demand.
Refers to a situation when a purchaser has greater flexibility and influence in receiving concessions. Often the choices are more plentiful and the prices lower than previously transacted.
A 'buyer's market' is considered to exist when goods can easily be secured and when the economic forces of business tend to cause goods to be priced at the purchaser's estimate of value. In other words, a state of trade favourable to the buyer, with relatively large supply and low prices.
Market conditions that favor buyers. With more sellers than buyers in the market, buyers have ample choice of properties and can negotiate lower prices.
A situation in which the supply of properties available exceeds demand. As a result, sellers are forced to lower their prices to attract buyers.
The supply of available properties exceeds the demand
Market where there is more properties available for sale than interested buyers.
A market condition characterized by an oversupply of items for sale resulting in lower prices for the buyer. Opposite of a seller's market.
There is a high number of homes to choose from and few buyers in comparison. Prices of homes tend to be lower and they remain available for sale longer. Buyers usually have more leverage in negotiating a purchase
A condition of the real estate market where there are more properties for sale than people interested in buying them. Buyer's have more choice and less competition for the available properties, resulting in lower prices.
Market conditions that favor the buyer. A buyer's market is usually expressed when there are too many homes for sale, and a home can he bought for less money.  Chain of Title The lineage of ownership of a particular property.
A real estate market where sellers outnumber buyers, or where conditions such as interest rates favor the buyer.
a condition obtaining in an area at a certain time when there are many properties for sale while there are few buyers, in which case price tends to go down. Supply is more than demand.
Market conditions that favor buyers. When there are more properties for sale than buyers, sellers may be forced to provide price discounts to close the transaction.
Market economy to the buyer's advantage. There is a greater supply of homes than there are buyers to purchase them.
A slow real estate market in which buyers have the advantage.
A situation where buyers have a wide choice of properties and may negotiate lower prices. Often caused by overbuilding, local population decreases, or economic slump.
Market conditions that favor buyers. With more sellers than buyers in the market, sellers may be forced to make substantial price concessions.
A real estate market in which the supply exceeds the demand.
Situation in which supply of homes for sale exceeds demand.
A condition of the market in which there is an abundance of goods available and hence buyers can afford to be selective and may be able to buy at less than the price that previously prevailed. See seller's market.
A market in which goods can easily be secured and in which the economic forces of business tend to cause goods to be priced at the purchaser's estimate of value.
When the real estate buyer is at advantage because there is more supply of houses or real estate available for sale than there is demand, thus lowering prices
A real estate market where there exists more sellers than buyers. Buyers make, and typically have, offers accepted for less than the asking price in this type of market.
The condition when sellers significantly outnumber buyers, driving prices down.