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Real estate - thesaurus

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bricks and mortar

noun

a house, flat, or other building considered as property

devise

noun

real property such as buildings or land left to someone in a will

estate

noun

all the property and money that belongs to someone, especially someone who has just died

estate agent

noun

British someone whose job is to help people buy and sell or rent property. The American word is real estate agent.

landed

adjective

including or relating to a large area of land with one owner

property

noun

land and the buildings on it

property

noun

relating to property

real estate

noun

mainly American land and the buildings on it

real estate

noun

the business of buying and selling land and property

real estate agent

noun

mainly American an estate agent

real property

noun

mainly British land and the buildings on it

Realtor

American an estate agent

realty

noun

American real estate

surveyor

noun

someone who measures land in order to find borders or to decide where buildings will go

valuer

noun

British someone whose job is to judge the value of things, especially land or buildings, before they are sold

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a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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