Definition of real estate in English:

real estate

Syllabification: real es·tate

noun

chiefly North American
Property consisting of land or buildings: most of her real estate is in New Mexico Bryce has been in real estate for 11 years
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  • People are attracted to the quality of life, particularly in terms of homeownership and real estate.
  • In terms of commercial real estate, Donovan suggests that you look at both cost and flexibility.
  • The main interest in terms of real estate for most of them were properties in the countryside and older properties in Sofia.

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