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realtor

Syllabification: re·al·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈrē(ə)ltər
 
/

Definition of realtor in English:

noun

North American trademark
A person who acts as an agent for the sale and purchase of buildings and land; a real estate agent.
Example sentences
  • Jackson immediately began networking with mortgage brokers, realtors, and real estate investors.
  • Ross visits builders, realtors, and personnel directors at large corporations who can direct lots of potential customers to his site.
  • Some brokers and realtors are able to offer lending and title services as well.

Origin

early 20th century: from realty + -or1.

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