come on the market


: to be made available for sale
when the product first came on the market

Examples of come on the market in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web As a result, The Villas do not often come on the market. Ellen Paris, Forbes, 27 Oct. 2021 More houses are finally starting to come on the market. Chris Morris, Fortune, 13 May 2021 When a home does come on the market, buyers are sometimes being forced to take more risks to lock down the purchase, such as waiving inspections. Kenneth R. Gosselin,, 24 Apr. 2021 Here are four new and existing homes that have come on the market. Allie Beth Allman & Associates, Dallas News, 4 June 2023 Madison House is one of a new crop of high-rise condos that have come on the market in the area. Katherine Clarke, WSJ, 2 Mar. 2023 The wafers are especially important for use in electric vehicles, with dozens of models expected to come on the market in the coming years, and the new facility is expected to employ 150 people. Todd Spangler, Detroit Free Press, 22 Nov. 2022 New pesticide ingredients that the EPA would classify as PFASs continue to come on the market in China. Meg Wilcox, Scientific American, 15 June 2022 An expansive hunting property has come on the market in the Loire area of central France for 1.85 million euros or about US $2.14 million. Lauren Beale, Forbes, 23 Oct. 2021 See More

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“Come on the market.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 29 Nov. 2023.

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