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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overbid.

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Examples

  • This seems to indicate to me that housing prices have actually fallen about $100 to $100,000 in recent months, cleverly hidden by the fact that most houses do not get overbids in the Bay Area anymore and that the practice of negotiating a lower price in escrow is pretty common.

    As the real estate bubble builds

  • It was on the market for 45 days and instead of getting overbids of $100K or more, as we expected, we got bits at or below the asking price.

    As the real estate bubble builds

  • I try to stay away from online auctions, i do, but everynow and then i see somethign that I just wanna try for, so I go ahead ... and I watch it ... and then some mongoloid ass-monkey comes in at the last minute and overbids me by $1.00.

    All Hallow's Eve

  • If Britain overbids on its demands, it would move from irrelevance to isolation and face calls to start paying towards euro-zone bail-outs.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • For example, the buyer overbids for something mediocre - or even fake - and so passes money legally to the seller.

    NPR Topics: News

  • If he overbids on a daily double, he won't let the loss slow down his trigger finger.

    Forbes.com: News

  • For example, the buyer overbids for something mediocre - or even fake - and so passes money legally to the seller.

    NPR Topics: News

  • If he overbids on a daily double, he won't let the loss slow down his trigger finger.

    Forbes.com: News

  • (Who knows -- you might even hit a pricing sweet spot where your home looks so much more attractive than the other homes in the same list price range that you end up with multiple offers and overbids -- it does happen, even in this market!)

    www.philadelphiaweekly.com Philadelphia Weekly

  • One encouraging sign in our market is that some foreclosed properties are receiving multiple bids and overbids.

    Realty Times Real Estate News Channel

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