- v. present participle of overbuild.
“The biggest problem with this overbuilding is that developers are all targeting the deep-pocketed "luxury" market and there are fewer in this demographic willing to pay what developers think they deserve.”
“Forbes indicated that "overbuilding" was Arizona's problem.”
“… It simply stopped, and a lending discipline went in place that has prevented us from the same kind of overbuilding and has, I think, kept this market, on a relative basis, pretty healthy.”
“Most sectors also haven't suffered from the kind of overbuilding that pulverized commercial property in the early 1990s.”
“Westport were ever filled to overflowing with merchandise, being inclined rather to assign their vast size to that tendency towards overbuilding which is a permanent characteristic of a generous and hopeful people.”
“In the end, however, GAO thought both agencies did a decent job of evaluating these first phase applications-in particular ciphering the claims of existing broadband providers who charged that funding a new entity would result in the "overbuilding" of broadband infrastructure in their service region.”
“The problems we are having in the economy have to do with a lot of different parts," added Bloomberg, saying that "overbuilding" in the housing market and other economic activities that in no way fell under the S. E.C.'s jurisdiction had a good deal to do with the current crisis.”
“And worse may be ahead, due to overbuilding in recent years.”
“The problem isn't just overbuilding and an epidemic of empty rooms.”
“The U.K., like the U.S., had enormous overbuilding of residential housing as a result of its housing bubble.”
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