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 "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 '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.
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 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.