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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.
See also: market

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
See also: market
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Seller, Tara Broy; buyer, David Cronin; Deed; PT SW/4 36-7-2.
Similar to the current version, the revised version provides that, when the purchaser delivers an exemption certificate claiming MPU, the seller is relived of its obligation to collect, pay or remit the applicable tax; the purchaser is obligated to pay the appropriate sales/use tax to those jurisdictions in which concurrent use is available.
For five long years, sellers enjoyed the upper hand in real estate negotiations as prices soared and home supply got as tight as a cramped, downtown studio loft.
If you're the buyer, you may think so, but this would penalize the seller, who had no role in the client departure.
Kaskoff is team lead, buyer and seller management, and Romney is team lead, common supplier engagement, Transformation Priorities & Requirements Directorate, Business Transformation Agency.
05 million Chairman Robert Knakai exclusively represented the seller.
That trust must be transferred from the seller to the buyer, and the seller plays a critical role in making that happen.
If the prospective buyer is a public broken the selling agency can be relatively confident the buyer knows its business, and the question for the seller then becomes why is the buyer interested in this agency.
Uniquely, eBay has perfected the art of building trust, confidence and support of both buyer and seller alike.
There is so much emotion involved in selling a business, it can sometimes result in unrealistic expectations for a seller, says La Velle.
B) A finder may not bind any buyer or seller to the terms of a specific transaction or negotiate the terms of a specific transaction on behalf of a buyer or seller, except that a finder may--
Under Model Three, a seller can elect to have its system certified by the states; generally, only larger, nationwide sellers that have developed a proprietary sales tax software system are expected to select Model Three.
Contacts between buyer and seller involved a variety of signals and codes, all designed to protect the distribution system from detection.
Ultimately, the success of the deal for both the buyer and the seller hinges on the establishment of a reasonable price, the acquisition of needed capital along with appropriate repayment terms, and a smooth handoff of the business from seller to buyer.