Market conditions that favor sellers. With too few sellers and too few properties for sale, the buyers may be forced to compete and pay more for the same property.
Market condition characterized by more buyers than sellers, so sellers have a more commanding position.
When there are more buyers than real estate, such that sellers have market advantage and can demand a premium. Multiple offers and bidding wars are common in a seller's market.
A market condition where demand is greater than supply; sellers can set prices and terms of sale, and prices are high or rising.
An economic market where conditions are in favor of the seller.
When demand for property is greater than supply. The result is greater opportunity for owners to find buyers willing to pay asking price or greater for a property.
Situation in which demand for homes exceeds the supply offered for sale.
A market where demand significantly exceeds supply. One where sellers can sell all of their production at greater than normal profit margins.
A market where there is more demand than supply for a security.
a market in which more people want to buy than want to sell
A period existing in the real estate market, whereas the number of buyers actively searching for homes exceeds the number of available homes. Such a condition could potentially favor the sellers because homes on the market will sell much faster and at prices closer to the seller's asking price. Potential buyers will need to structure their offers closer to the asking price in order to remain competitive with the other buyers searching for homes.
A period when sellers can obtain favourable prices for their goods or services due to market shortage of those goods and services.
The market condition which exists when a seller is in a more commanding position as to price and terms because demand exceeds supply.
Market in which demand exceeds supply. As a result, the seller can dictate the price and the terms of sale.
A market advantageous to sellers, with not many properties for sale and many buyers.
When demand for property is greater than the supply. This often gives owners greater opportunities to sell quicker or even at a figure greater than the asking price.
More buyers than sellers. Special Assessments A special tax imposed on property, individual lots or all property in the immediate area, for road construction, sidewalks, sewers, street lights, etc.
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() When there are more buyers searching for homes than there are properties for sale. In such a market, house values usually increase and homes sell in considerably less time than slower markets.
When there are more buyers looking for more houses than sellers have offered for sale.
Demand is greater than supply, such that the vendor may demand a higher price.
More buyers are looking for homes than there are homes for sale. There is a smaller inventory of homes available for sale and many buyers looking to purchase. House prices generally increase and homes sell quickly
Exists when goods cannot easily be secured and when the economic forces of business tend to cause goods to be priced at the vendor's estimate of value.
a condition prevailing in an area as of a given time when there are few properties for sale against many buyers, in which case price will tend to go up. Demand is more than supply.
Market conditions that are favorable to sellers. There are more buyers than properties available for sale. The buyers may be forced to compete and pay more for the same property.
The condition that exists when there is an excess of demand over supply for any product or service. This situation usually results in higher prices to the seller.
A hot real estate market in which sellers have the advantage and multiple offers are common.
Market economy to the seller's advantage. There is a greater supply of buyers than there are home for them to purchase.
A market condition where there are a higher number of buyers than homes available to purchase. Houses will typically sell faster and at a higher price.
This occurs when goods are scarce and in demand, allowing sellers to obtain better prices.
An economic situation in which demand is greater than supply. The result is greater opportunities for owners who may find someone willing to offer the asking price or even a figure greater than the asking price. During times of high demand, particularly in local markets, stories appear regarding the owner who had "five offers above the asking price' before the property was put on the market. In contrast, a buyer's market refers to a situation in which demand is less than supply at which time the advantages shift to the buyer.
A 'seller's market' is considered to exist when goods cannot easily be secured and when the economic forces of business tend to be priced at the vendor's estimate of value. In other words, a state of trade favourable to the seller, with relatively great demand and high prices of something for sale.
A market in which the demand for housing exceeds the supply.
A market where a seller is expected to sell quickly and for market or above market value.
When sellers can gain better prices through a shortage of available goods.
Very strong real estate market where sellers have the advantage because there are more buyers than properties for sale.
Exists when goods are in short supply compared to the demand, at which point the economic forces of business tend to cause goods to be priced at the vendor's estimate of value.
The condition when buyers significantly outnumber sellers, driving prices up.
A market in which all or certain vehicles are scarce, and therefore buyers have a limited selection and prices usually tend to be high.
A seller's market exists when the demand for a good outweighs the supply, and so the economic forces of business cause the goods to be priced at or closer to the vendor's estimate of their value.
A condition of the market in which there is a scarcity of goods available and hence sellers can obtain better conditions of sale or higher prices. Opposite of buyer's market.
When demand for property is greater than supply. The result is greater opportunities for owners who may find someone willing to offer the asking price or even a figure greater than the asking price. Contrast with Buyer's Market.
A real estate market where there exists more buyers than sellers. Sellers can usually demand top dollar for their homes in this type of market.