also buy·ers' market
(plural buyer's markets or buyers' markets)
- (business) An excess of supply over demand, leading to abnormally low prices.
- Take any price you can get. We're in a buyer's market right now.
buyer’s market - Investment & Finance Definition
A market situation in which there are plenty of goods or services available to choose from and buyers can afford to be selective. The availability of goods or services drives selling prices down and can pressure the profits of the seller. The opposite is a seller’s market, in which there are few items available for sale and prices are driven upwards.