Definition of "Buyer’s market"

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Are you planning on buying a house? If you are, you’re going to love the Buyer's Market definition. But if you are a home seller, you will wish that term never comes up again in your life.

Buyer’s market refers to a Real Estate Market opportunity in which the home buyer holds an advantage compared to the home seller in regards to the sale of a house. Why? Because the supply and demand ratio is favoring the buyers; there are too many houses on the market for sale and not that many people interested in buying a house.

Enjoy your moment, Home Buyer! Go get that house!

 

Real Estate Lifeline:

Don’t freak out in a Buyer's Market, Dear home seller. The real estate market changes a lot. Soon, the tide might change in your direction and it will be your time to ride that perfect wave called “Seller’s Market
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Find an agent to help you read the market and determine if it’s the right time for you to buy or sell the house!

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