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distressed

1. in financial straits; poor
2. Economics another word for depressed
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PIMCO, a global investment management firm, has said that it has appointed Lionel Laurant as an executive vice president and portfolio manager focusing on distressed credit strategies.
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.
Baxter (1967) indicates that financially distressed firms may have difficulty obtaining trade credit.
Across the 50 largest metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), the price growth of existing homes, excluding distressed sales, ranged from -8.
Q: Distressed asset sales were a significant component of the investment sales business in 2010.
There has been a dramatic rise in the number of countries in which real estate professionals are reporting greater interest in distressed properties, according to a global report by RICS research.
Participants without psychological distress at baseline who reported sleeping five hours or less per night were three times more likely to be distressed one year later (RR 3.
Dubai: A number of distressed funds are standing on the sidelines waiting to jump into Dubai's real estate pool and invest in some of the attractively valued assets, industry experts said on Tuesday.
Jesus had so much love and grace and forgiveness and power that he blew that narrow, distressed, and stinking grave wide open.
The federal banking agencies announced on August 30, 2005, the availability of the list of distressed and underserved nonmetropolitan middle-income geographies in which bank revitalization or stabilization activities will receive consideration under the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) as "community development" pursuant to the revised CRA rules issued by the agencies on August 2, 2005.