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seller's market

A market in which demand is greater than supply, thus creating better conditions for sellers than for buyers. Since I'm buying in a seller's market, I'm really nervous that I won't be able to find a house in my price range.
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a ˌseller’s ˈmarket

a situation in which people selling something have an advantage, because there is not a lot of a particular item for sale, and prices can be kept high: We just can’t afford to buy a house at the moment. It’s a seller’s market, and there’s nothing we can do about it. OPPOSITE: a buyer’s market
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Sellers, Scott Karnes, Kim Odum; buyer, Cecil Dougas Karnes; Deed; PT NE/4 SE/4 25-7-2.
It requires a business purchaser (as opposed to simply a purchaser, under the original version) that is not a holder of a direct-pay permit and knows at the time of its purchase of a digital good, computer software or a service that it will be concurrently available for use in more than one jurisdiction, to deliver to the seller an "exemption certificate claiming MPU" While current SSUTA Section 312 requires delivery of an MPU exemption form only for computer software delivered electronically, the revised version also applies to computer software delivered by "load and leave" or in tangible form.
The cool-off is prompting brokers and sellers to come up with creative marketing incentives to move their houses.
Sellers, looking to receive the full purchase price, need to select the buyer who is most likely to be successful.
Its clients were willing to refer business to the larger XYZ firm, and the transitioning partners' contacts referred business the sellers would not have obtained before the merger.
Sellers will know that a buyer is serious about a deal if the buyer is capable of negotiating in a focused manner that demonstrates the depth and quality of its due diligence.
For an additional $85, a seller can also get an eBay--certified inspection to lessen surprises to the buyer.
Sellers should also check the broker's reputation with the Better Business Bureau.
C) Operating an Internet web site that allows multiple buyers and sellers to exchange information concerning the products and services that they are willing to purchase or sell, locate potential counterparties for transactions, aggregate orders for goods or services with those made by other parties, and enter into transactions between themselves.
For example, the work group focusing on technology matters developed a proposal to permit sellers to select from one of four technology models.
For most drug sellers, their occupation brought a small measure of economic reward, always tempered by the risk of victimization or arrest.
On the flip side, if the initial price is too low, the seller will dispose of the business quickly but won't receive full value from the purchaser.
BPC links lenders with both sellers and their buyers, and all parties have complete end-to-end visibility of every transaction.
In states that provide for the imposition of local sales and use taxes, destination-based sourcing for intrastate sales can create significant burdens for sellers.
There are sellers who are unwilling to risk the deal not closing because it could not be resold by the flipper.