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Policy that protects against claims against them of property damage,
personal injury, negligence, etc.
Legal claim placed on the property of a person as security for money
The time and distance between a designed use of property and the intended
Property placed on the market by a real estate listing agent.
The sales agent who had obtained the right from a seller to handle the
marketing of a piece of property.
The real estate broker who is responsible for the listing of a property
and who is to represent the interests of the seller.
One single dwelling, condo, apartment, house, etc.
The interest rate charged for a loan.
The amount of time that is set for the repayment of the mortgage or
loan. Conforming loans are usually 15 or 30 years.
Unpartitioned living space (one large room) or a space built just below
the roof, above a larger room. Upper floor of a factory or warehouse.
Long Term Assets
Also called fixed assets, they are assets such as office equipment that
can be depreciated.
Plot of ground, which may or may not be developed.