Real Estate

This practical glossary compiles a list of over 140 most common real estate terms you’re likely to encounter.

Essential Real Estate Terms You Should Know

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Essential Real Estate Terms You Should Know

Every industry has its own jargon, and real estate is no different. From adjustable rate mortgages to title insurance to amortization, it can all seem like a confusing word salad for those new to the business.

But don’t worry – this book compiles a list of over 140 most common terms you’re likely to encounter.

Every real estate term is explained in detail, with clear and concise article style description and practical examples.

The following real estate glossary is a handy reference for:

  • Real estate agents
  • First time home buyers
  • Home buyers
  • Real estate investors
  • Home sellers

This extensive dictionary covers all areas of the real estate market. It’s a great starting point for beginners, a valuable resource for investors, as well as a fundamental point of reference for any questions you may have about real estate.

Terms covered in this alphabetical dictionary address topics like:

  • Income properties
  • Rental properties
  • Real estate exam
  • Real estate laws
  • Real estate jobs
  • Real estate financing
  • Home flipping
  • Property management
  • Commercial real estate

Having a basic understanding of important real estate concepts before you start the home buying process will give you peace of mind now and could save you a fortune in the future.

For those new to home buying and selling, real estate lingo can add layers of confusion to an already convoluted process.

Taking time to understand the vocabulary can help you as a buyer or seller and educate on the process, eliminating confusion, and get better prepared for a swift and smooth transaction.

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