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real estate

noun as in property and buildings for sale

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The young Earth lacked continents, but Hawaii-like islands likely provided more than enough real estate for life to take hold, according to Nicholas Hud, a biochemist also at Georgia Tech but who was not involved in the recent research.

Drinking rum and Cokes with friends, running, and stalking online real estate sites.

Just remember that toaster ovens will take up more real estate in your kitchen than a slotted toaster does.

“Vizio was the first mover in realizing they owned the real estate, and Samsung and the others caught on pretty quickly,” said a second streaming executive.

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The newsrooms found that timber companies, increasingly dominated by Wall Street real estate trusts and investment funds, have benefited from tax cuts that cost counties at least $3 billion over the past three decades.

Al Qaeda has never managed to carve out a large chunk of real estate to call its own—in Afghanistan it was a guest of the Taliban.

Last week, property owners were beaten by security guards as they confronted a real-estate developer who defrauded them.

When they were students at the University of Calgary they began reading real estate books.

The group included insurance executives and brokers, real estate developers, and former Hawkeye State legislators.

As a friend once told me, “A chimpanzee could have made money in L.A. real estate—and many did.”

Whenever fixtures annexed to real estate retain the character of personal property they may be mortgaged.

An offer to sell some real estate was accepted five days afterward, this was held to be within a reasonable time.

And stop at the office of the first real estate agent whose sign you see.

“Perkins, Real Estate” faced the travelers from a signboard as they drove into the village.

On the other hand a different rule applies between the seller and purchaser of real estate.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to real estate, such as: land, chattels real, freehold, immoveables, land and buildings, and landed property.

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