seller's market


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sell·er's market

also sell·ers' market (sĕl′ərz)
n.
A market condition in which demand exceeds supply, resulting in rising prices and favorable terms for sellers.
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Noun1.seller's market - a market in which more people want to buy than want to sell
market, marketplace, market place - the world of commercial activity where goods and services are bought and sold; "without competition there would be no market"; "they were driven from the marketplace"
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seller's market

n (Fin) → mercato del venditore
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This is the first time in the past few years that we are entering a seller's market, where the inventory for good-quality and well-maintained yachts is increasingly becoming rare.
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Wealth managers interested in selling their firms should not believe the hype about a strong seller's market, says Dan Seivert, CEO of Echelon Partners, a leading investment banking firm for the industry.
Lane County, like other places in Oregon and the nation, has been in an extended seller's market, where relatively few homes for sale are snapped up by eager buyers.
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The survey indicated strong demand amongst regional investors for Dubai real estate, leading to the creation of a seller's market, which is one of the reasons for the yield compression.
He sold off Britain's gold reserves at a rock bottom price in a seller's market to fund some extravagance or other.
"In the last year, the lodging investment landscape has made the swing to a seller's market," said Al Calhoun, a managing director for Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels.
But, like everything else these days, water is a valuable commodity, and it is a seller's market.