unsellable

unsellable

(ʌnˈsɛləbəl)
adj
(Commerce) not able to be sold; not capable of attracting a buyer
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It's expensive to replace but without adequate damp course protection, your home is unhealthy - and could be unsellable.
As revealed by ChronicleLive last week, residents of the St Thomas Estate, a desirable Georgian crescent in Newcastle city centre, have seen their prize assets rendered unsellable by a legal loophole.
The issue here is that leaseholders holding these toxic leases are stuck in homes that are virtually unsellable.
The shocking price increases would eventually leave leaseholders unable to afford to pay the rent and the terms were so bad that homes were unsellable.
A company dependent on one person becomes unsellable.
Summary: Residents allege contamination has spread into groundwater and food, affecting health and making homes unsellable
Everything is OK at this moment (with Henderson), but nobody in the world, maybe only Messi, is unsellable.
The food that was unsellable was taken off the shelves.
parts tend to become unsellable within very short timeframes; and also to
Statistics showed onions and cauliflowers in Gansu Province, peppers in Guangdong, Guangxi Province were unsellable and prices dropped considerably compared with previous years.
They are forced to manufacture acres of unsellable cars in order to meet an arbitrary, bureaucratic ''fleet'' gas-consumption average.
He strongly recommends asking customers if they can receive the wine at work, as returned wine can be expensive or even unsellable.