presold


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pre·sold

 (prē-sōld′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of presell.
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During the quarter, DMW topped off Pixel Residences, its first residential development that was fully presold in June 2017 and is expected to be completed by end-2019.
LONDON (Alliance News) - Crest Nicholson Holdings PLC on Tuesday said its new strategy of reducing open market sales and increasing the proportion of pre-funded, presold homes has resulted in increased interim revenue but has hurt margins and profitability.
It has to survive a tough competition with Marvel's latest "Avengers: Endgame," which has already surpassed 1 million presold tickets a week before its scheduled premiere next week.
Over 180,000 tickets have been sold so far from the temporary exhibition titled 'King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh', of which 130,000 tickets were presold from the inauguration of the exhibition, according to the state-run media outlet, Al-Ahram.
Snider said that at least one of the evenings each year is a "sell out," with as many as 650 seats that are presold.
We expect profitability to remain high in the next two to three years, supported by the start of earning recognition from Logan's high-margin Shenzhen and Huizhou-city projects, which were presold in 2016-2017, and higher contracted sales ASP in 2017.
Hallett said around 85 percent to 86 percent of the 306 homes in the first phase were already presold.
area which has been presold 50 percent prior to its launch.
In just six weeks, 100 percent of the homes being built at the new continuing care retirement community RiverWoods Durham have been presold, its parent company has announced.
DAMAC is exploring further investment opportunities following the success of its AYKON London One residential tower, a Versace-branded luxury development in Nine Elms which has already presold over 45 per cent.
Riva is currently 55 percent presold, largely to local buyers from Broward County and other domestic purchasers.