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ready, willing and able

adj. fully prepared to act, as in performing a contract.

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From the standpoint of long-term care, we are ready, willing, and able to offer tens of thousands of good-paying jobs that, if filled, can help boost the quality of care in nursing homes and assisted living residences across America," said Charles H.
CTR: The next question is, do you find resellers ready, willing, and able to aggressively tell them solutions, at this point in time?
Although the general rule is that a broker is deemed to have earned a commission upon procuring a buyer who is ready, willing, and able to purchase the property at the price and terms offered by the seller, parties to a brokerage agreement may add whatever conditions they desire to their agreement.