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distressed

1. in financial straits; poor
2. Economics another word for depressed
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The resulting HP1 contains no information on how much distressed properties would sell for, nor would it contain sufficient transaction counts for areas dominated by distressed sales.
According to Dawna Davies, owner and broker of Davies Company Real Estate, investors and homebuyers have continued to buy up the available inventory of distressed properties.
In addition, we provide evidence to identify whether the increase in trade credit observed for firms in financial distress is due to an increase in the offer of credit from suppliers or to an increase in the demand of credit from the distressed firm.
In terms of activity in the third quarter, there was a slight decrease in countries showing an increase in distressed properties coming onto the market - from 13 in the second quarter to 12 in the current quarter.
Persistent psychological distress was found in 419 of 945 respondents (44 percent) who were distressed at baseline.
While no significant distressed funds are yet active, the few in the pipeline are likely to increase confidence in the market and rescue defaulted assets.
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will update the list of distressed and underserved nonmetropolitan middle-income geographies annually, and will post updates on the FFIEC web site by April 1 of each year.
On the territorial side of the equation, the two main players in distressed assets are the mortgage-holding banks and a small group of secretive realtors specializing in such property.
First, the rational behavior of distressed banks is to lend more money to distressed companies, in order to avoid taking provisions against loans that have a high risk of default.
The company has been publishing property foreclosure information for about 10 years to help investors locate distressed homeowners who have run out of both options and time.
At baseline, about 12% of participants were pregnant and there were no differences between distressed and non-distressed adolescents in this regard.
Containing case studies, evaluations of techniques, and supervision and training processes, this book will help the reader become more successful when providing services to distressed and disorganized families.