move-up buyer

move-up buyer
move-up buyer UK US noun [C] US PROPERTY
someone who buys a house that is larger and more expensive than the house that they already own: »

Tax credit for move-up buyers will be less than for first-time buyers, but still significant.

Compare FIRST-TIME BUYER(Cf. ↑first-time buyer)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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