- A situation where market conditions give buyers the advantage over sellers. High levels of supply, low levels of demand, or some combination of the two can contribute in the formation of a buyer's market. In real estate, having a buyer's market allows a homebuyer to pick and choose between a number of options in order to find the right home at the best price.
buyer's real estate market
Related Terms and Acronyms
- Bear Market — Definition,
- When stock prices are decreasing, it's a bear market.
- Bull Market — Definition,
- When stock prices are increasing and it's a healthy market, this is known as a bull market.
- Motivated Buyer — Definition,
- A prospective buyer who has a strong reason to buy, and quickly.
- Motivated Seller — Definition,
- A home seller who has a strong reason to sell quickly, possibly because of an upcoming relocation or an impending default on a loan.
- Publicly Traded Company — Definition,
- A company that is sold on a stock exchange.
- Real Estate (RE) — Acronym, Very Important,
- A section of land including all the natural resources (above and below the surface) and any permanent buildings or structures located on it. Also known as "realty."
- Secondary Market — Definition,
- A market where financial instruments such as stocks, bonds, options and futures are bought and sold to investors.
- Security — Definition,
- A tradable financial implement that represents ownership, the rights to ownership or debt.
- Property designated as collateral.
- A document stating ownership of a stock or bond.
- Seller's Market — Definition,
- Due to either low supply or high demand, the seller can expect to sell quickly with a high sale price.
- Stock — Definition,
- A share of the ownership of a company.