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market niche


Market Niche

A particular combination of loan, borrower, property, and transaction characteristics that lenders use in setting prices and underwriting requirements.

See Nichification.

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A market niche servicing firm gets to know its consumers so well that it satisfies their needs better than other companies occasionally addressing the same market niche with their products.
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Due to this success, other companies went into this market niche and now all the big market participants are offering the same products.
The Stable Rating Outlook reflects ARC's strong demand for services, which remains supported by the organization's solid regional and national reputation in serving a unique market niche.
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In keeping with its formula for success and survival over the years, Atlas Terminals continues to aggressively pursue market niches and lock into emerging trends.
HMAC's continuing goal is to serve larger and larger numbers of smaller and smaller market niches through customized marketing and services that specifically recognize each niche's unique requirements.
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