New York Real Estate Glossary G
(Gas Fired Furnace - Greenhouse)
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| U | V1 | V2
| W1 | W2 | X
| Y | Z
Gas Fired Furnace
Heating system fueled by natural or propane gas.
A fenced housing development, which usually has a security guard.
Open structure, supported by columns and covered with a column-supported
Contractor who assumes responsibility for completing a construction
project, under contract to the owner, and hires, supervises and pays
Popular 18th century style featuring a symmetrical façade, a
prominent front entrance and quoins (decorative blocks of masonry or
wood which are set in the corners of the house). This classic style
has two to three stories.
A deed for which the consideration is love and affection rather than
Increasing tax rates as levels of taxable income rise.
The slope or rate of increase or decrease in the elevation of a surface;
usually expressed as a percentage.
1. To determine the quality level of material.
2. Bring the ground level of a building site to the proper level for
Provision that, when a law is changed or a new law is passed, those
whose specific activity was legal under the previous law will be allowed
to continue, by virtue of this provision.
Gravity Warm Air Heating System
Heating system, which circulates warm air through ducting using the
rise of warm and the fall of cooler air, to heat a house.
Structure used for growing plants. Natural sunlight comes in through
glass or plastic panels and the temperature and humidity is controlled
to provide ideal growing conditions.