I would challenge any one to post pics of their bus AND state the "buyers market" price they would take.
This is a well written comment on the subject, I will however pass on the offer.
Mine is priceless.
Not that I am an expert on any of this, but it appears that the term is being loosely used, almost a catch-all phrase for anything financial concerning buses. Perhaps a better term might be "for sale in a depressed market" instead of buyers market. You want a good deal (to me cheap means junk) you will have to hunt for it.
A buyers market to me means "cash sale" equals good deal. My Daddy used to say ... Money talks and the rest of it walks.
It would be virtually impossible in this current economy to find a banker who is willing to loan on face value what most of us want (my bus is 28 years old in April for example, who is going to loan big money on an old relic, regardless of excellent condition).
If you cannot get it at a bank ... then it would be right to assume ... that the cash buyer
is in the drivers seat (at least right now he is) that I guess would qualify for the term buyers
Wouldn't you agree?
BCODo not be a borrower of money, nor a lender of it, be an owner of it.
Ben Franklin (?)