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The house just came on the market.

The house just came in the market.

Which one sounds better? Any better suggestion?

Thanks,
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On the market is the best choice.

One might be in the market looking for a house when one comes on the market.
Hi PW,

"One might be in the market looking for a house when one comes on the market."

You used two ones.

First one means a person I assume.

Second one means the house. Correct?

Thanks for the reply.
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Yes, an oversight on my part. This would be a sentence I would revise if I came across it later.

It would be clearer to say:

"Frank was in the market looking for a house when one came on the market."