real estate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
emlâk

Tom emlak acentesiydi. - Tom was a real estate agent.

Emlakçı, çifte yalan söyledi. - The real estate man told lies to the couple.

(Askeri,Ticaret) sabit kıymetler
(Kanun) gayrimenkuller
(Kanun,Ticaret) taşınmaz
taşınmaz mallar
gayrimenkul

Japonya'da gayrimenkul fiyatları anormal bir biçimde artıyor. - The price of real estate has been rising abnormally in Japan.

Gayrimenkulün aşırı pahalı olduğu görüşüne katılıyorum. - I agree with the opinion that real estate is overpriced.

taşınamaz mallar
(Mukavele) gayrimenkul, mal, mülk
(Askeri) SABİT KIYMETLER, GAYRİMENKUL: Kara Kuvvetleri Komutanlığının idare ve murakabesi altındaki Devlet malı arazi ve buna bağlı hisseler sözleşme ile tutulmuş yerler, dikili ağaçlar, sabit binalar, bu binalar üzerindeki tadilat ve bina müştemilatı, gayrimenkul mal. Ayrıca; iskele, rıhtım, depo, geçici veya devamlı geçit ve irtifak hakları ile gayrimenkule devamlı olarak eklenmiş ve normal olarak bir gayrimenkul olarak telakki edilebilecek esaslı tadilatıda içine alır. Arazi veya binalara tespit edilmiş veya bunlardan çıkarılmış ya da yapının maksadına zarar vermeden sökülebilecek durumdaki makine teçhizat ve aletler bunun dışında kalır
huk. gayrimenkuller, mülk
taşınmaz mal
(Kanun) gayrimenkul mal
real estate agency
emlakçı
real estate agents
emlakçılar
real estate agents
emlakçılık
real estate broker
emlakçı
real estate business
emlakçılık
real estate developer
şehir planlamacısı
real estate property
(Ticaret) gayri menkul mal
real estate agent
emlak komisyoncusu
real estate property
taşınmaz mal
real estate property
gayrimenkul mal
real estate purchase tax
emlak alım vergisi
real estate appraisal
Gayrimenkul değerleme işi
real estate cycle
emlak döngüsü
real estate investment trusts
(Finans) Gayrimenkul yatırım ortaklığı
real estate magazine
emlak dergisi
real estate agency
emlâk ofisi
real estate agent
emlâkçı
real estate and fixtures
(Ticaret) gayrı menkuller
real estate appraiser
(Ticaret) gayrimenkul değerleme uzmanı
real estate consultant
emlak danışmanı
real estate investment trust
(Avrupa Birliği) gayrimenkul yatırım ortaklığı
real estate investment trust
(Ticaret) gayrimenkul yatırım fonu
real estate loan
(Ticaret) taşınmaz kredisi
real estate loan
(Ticaret) gayri menkul kredisi
real estate mortgage bond
(Ticaret) taşınmaz mal ipotekli tahvil
real estate program
(Askeri) gayrimenkul mal programı
real estate program
(Askeri) sabit kıymetler programı
real estate program
(Askeri) SABİT KIYMETLER PROGRAMI, GAYRİMENKUL MAL PROGRAMI: Askeri ihtiyaçlara uygun bir istifade sağlamak ve gayrimenkul ihtiyaçları ile aktif kıymetler arasında sabit bir denge kurmak üzere gayrimenkul alım, satım ve yönetimini düzenliyen program
real estate property
gayrimenkul
real estate property
emlâk
real estate sales tax
gayrimenkul satış vergisi
real estate agent
emlakçı

Avukatlar ve emlakçılar zengin veya iğrençler. - Lawyers and real estate agents are rich or obnoxious.

Tom gerçek bir emlakçı. - Tom is a real estate agent.

real estate agent
(Ticaret) emlak simsarı
real estate agent
(Ticaret) emlak acentesi
deed of real estate
tapu senedi
like real estate
emlakta olduğu gibi
real-estate
Taşınmaz mal, gayrimenkul mal, mülk
encumbered real estate
(Kanun) rehinle mukayyet gayrimenkul
real estate agent
emlakçi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Property that cannot easily be moved, usually buildings and the ground they are built on
Available space

Virtual desktops allow you to stretch your screen real estate well beyond its normal size.

Land, permanent structures on land, and accompanying rights and privileges, such as crop or mineral rights
- Also called "real property " (1) Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings, fences and those things attached to the buildings, such as light fixtures, plumbing and heating fixtures, or other such items that would be personal property if not attached (2) May refer to rights in real property as well as the property itself
Land and anything permanently affixed to the land and those things attached to the building
Land and anything permanently affixed to it, including buildings
Also called "real property " (1) Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, such as building, fences and those things attached to the buildings, such as light fixtures, plumbing and heating fixtures, or other such items that would be personal property if not attached (2) May refer to rights in real property as well as the property itself
property in the form of land or buildings
Physical land and appurtenances attached to the land, e g , structures An identified parcel or tract of land, including improvements, if any
Also called "real property " Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, such as building, fences and those things attached to the buildings, such as light fixtures, plumbing and heating fixtures, or other such items that would be personal property if not attached
n May be used for any critical resource measured in units of area Most frequently used of `chip real estate', the area available for logic on the surface of an integrated circuit (see also {nanoacre}) May also be used of floor space in a {dinosaur pen}, or even space on a crowded desktop (whether physical or electronic)
Also called "real property" (1) Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings, fences, and those things attached to the buildings, such as light fixtures, or other such items that would be personal property if not attached (2) May refer to rights in real property as well as the property itself
This is the land itself and all things permanently attached to it
property consisting of houses and land
Land and those things erected or growing upon it, such as buildings, fences or crops The term embraces items such as light, plumbing and heating fixtures when permanently attached
(1) Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, such as building, fences, and those things attached to the buildings, such as light fixtures, plumbing and heating fixtures, or other such items which would be personal property, although in some states a fine distinction may be made (2) May refer to rights in real property as the property itself
All land and property permanently attached to the land is considered real estate Attached property would include houses, fences, trees, etc Temporary structures that can be removed without damaging the land are generally considered personal property The characterization of items can change from real estate to personal property such as timber and crops as they are harvested
Land, including all things permanently attached thereto, whether by nature or by a person; any and every interest in land
permanent lands and the attached buildings
Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, and those things attached to the building
Real estate is property in the form of land and buildings, rather than personal possessions. By investing in real estate, he was one of the richest men in the United States. = property
Land and its appurtenances (attachments such as buildings or other structures or improvements)
Land and things permanently affixed to land that cannot be removed without damage either to them or to the land Examples: Raw ground, buildings (other than such things as mobile homes) and their fixtures, minerals in place, air space over real estate, growing crops, etc Also termed as Real Property See also: Assets Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
Real estate businesses or real estate agents sell houses, buildings, and land. the real estate agent who sold you your house
Real property Property in land and improvements that which is not personal property
A portion of the earth's surface extending downward to the center to the earth and upward into space, including all things permanently attached thereto by nature or man and all legal rights therein
A piece of land and whatever physical property is on it
The physical land at, above and below the earth's surface with all appurtenances, including any structures; any and every interest in land whether corporeal or incorporeal, freehold or nonfreehold; for all practical purposes, the term real estate is synonymous with real property
Term for land and all fixtures to land, including buildings and other improvements
Land and any thing growing or erected thereon or permanently attached thereto
Also called real property (1) Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, such as building, fences and those things attached to the buildings, such as light fixtures, plumbing and heating fixtures, or other such items that would be personal property if not attached (2) May refer to rights in real property as well as the property itself
clubs
real estate development
A group of buildings planned as a whole

This real estate development will provide both residential and retail space.

real estate developments
plural form of real estate development
real estate appraisal
Real estate appraisal, property valuation or land valuation is the practice of developing an opinion of the value of real property, usually its Market Value. The need for appraisals arises from the heterogenous nature of property as an investment class: no two properties are identical, and all properties differ from each other in their location - which is one of the most important determinants of their value. So there cannot exist a centralised Walrasian auction setting for the trading of property assets, as there exists for trade in corporate stock. The absence of a market-based pricing mechanism determines the need for an expert appraisal/valuation of real estate/property
real estate agent
A licensed professional who helps people buy and sell homes
real estate agent
Real estate agents have state licenses to represent buyers or sellers in real estate transactions in exchange for a commission
real estate agent
a person who is authorized to act as an agent for the sale of land; "in England they call a realtor a land agent"
real estate agent
Any licensed Real Estate person
real estate agent
A licensed agent employed to negotiate the purchase and sale transaction between the buyer and the seller
real estate agent
A person licensed by a state to represent a buyer or a seller in a real estate transaction in exchange for a commission Unless they are also brokers, agents must work in association with a real estate broker or brokerage company
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) A consumer protection law that requires lenders to give borrowers advance notice of closing costs
real estate agent
A trained professional involved in the purchase, sale and marketing of real property The "listing agent" acts for the vendor, the "selling agent" for the successful purchaser
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate on behalf of either the borrower or seller, or in some cases both partied
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate on behalf of the owner
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate on behalf of the property owner A real estate agent must pass a certification course and state examination which covers the legal aspects of real property, and must pass a background check in order to become licensed A real estate agent must also satisfy a certain number of hours of additional training each year in order to maintain this license A real estate agent in Florida is regulated under the jurisdiction of the Florida Real Estate Commission and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate; works on behalf of the seller
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate on behalf of the property owner Back to Top ^
real estate agent
A licensed person who works under the direction of a broker selling and renting real estate
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate on behalf of either the borrower or seller, or in some cases both parties Unless a Buyer Agent is employed the buyer isn't fully represented
real estate agent
A person employed by the owner to manage the rental property on behalf of the owner (see Agent)
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate the purchase and sale of real estate on behalf of buyers and sellers
real estate agent
means a person who is engaged in rendering any service in relation to sale, purchase, leasing or renting, of real estate and includes a real estate consultant
real estate agent
an individual who is licensed to negotiate and arrange real estate sales; works for a real estate broker
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate on behalf of the property owner
real estate agent
A licensed professional who works on behalf of a seller or buyer of real estate
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate
real estate agent
someone whose job is to sell houses or land for other people British Equivalent: estate agent
real estate agent
A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate on behalf of the seller
real estate agent
A real estate agent has a state license to represent a buyer or a seller in a real estate transaction in exchange for a commission Most agents work for real estate brokers
real estate agent
An individual who is licensed by the state to represent a buyer or seller in a real estate transaction in exchange for a commission
real estate board
A non profit organization representing local real estate agents/brokers and salespeople, which provides services to its members and maintains and operates the Multiple Listing Service in the community
real estate board
An organization whose members consist primarily of real estate professionals such as broker
real estate board
An organization where members consist of primarily of real estate brokers and salesmen
real estate board
A non-profit organization representing local real estate brokers/agents, salespeople, which provides services to its members and maintains and operates a MLS® system in the community
real estate business
business of buying and selling land and the buildings on it
real estate company
company that deals with buying and selling land and the buildings on it
real estate investment trust
an investment trust that owns and manages a pool of commercial properties and mortgages and other real estate asssets; shares can be bought and sold in the stock market
real estate investment trust
A publicly traded company that buys and manages a portfolio of properties or mortgages, or a combination of both
real estate investment trust
A company that specializes in real estate investments A REIT must meet strict ownership, investment, and income distribution tests to qualify for tax treatment as a REIT REIT's allow individual investors to diversify their real estate investments
real estate investment trust
A trust that invests primarily in real estate and mortgages and passes income, losses and other tax items to its investors
real estate investment trust
A legally constituted organization (entitled to preferential tax treatment) which enables investors to own and transfer shares of an interest in a property or properties; The shares can be dealt with in a manner similar to corporate stock In order to qualify , a trust must, among other requirements, be owned by a least 100 shareholders and invest most of its capital in real estate loans and properties and receive income from them The special feature is that such a trust reduces its own taxable income by a distribution to shareholders with no tax deducted, but this is taxable income in the hands of shareholders according to their own tax status To maintain the trust's right to gross distribution these must, in aggregate, be equal to minimum of 90% of the total trust income
real estate investment trust
Company, usually traded publicly, which manages a portfolio of real estate to earn profits for shareholders REITs make investments in a diverse array of real estate, from shopping centers and office buildings to apartment complexes and hotels
real estate investment trust
Or REIT REITs sell like stocks on the major exchanges, and invest in real estate either directly through properties or mortgages REITs receive special tax considerations, and typically offer investors high yields as well as a highly liquid method of investing in real estate
real estate investment trust
A corporation or trust that uses the pooled capital of many investors to invest in direct ownership of either income property or mortgage loans These investments offer tax benefits in addition to interest and capital gain distributions
real estate investment trust
A company that has been established to own and manage a portfolio of real estate investments Investors may purchase shares of the portfolio in much the same manner as they purchase stock
real estate investment trust
– A closed-end investment company that specializes in real estate or mortgage investments
real estate investment trust
A special arrangement under Federal and State law whereby investors may pool funds for investments in real estate and mortgages and yet escape corporation taxes; requires one hundred persons or more
real estate investment trust
A trust that either finances or owns and manages income-producing real estate, passing profits on to shareholders
real estate investment trust
An organization similar to an investment company in some respects but concentrating its holdings in real estate investments The yield is generally liberal since REITs are required to distribute as much as 90% of their income
real estate investment trust
REITs invest in real estate or loans secured by real estate and issue shares in such investments A REIT is similar to a closed-end mutual fund
real estate investment trust
An investment vehicle that invests funds on behalf of its investors in real estate-related investments such as construction loans, mortgages, land and real estate company securities
real estate investment trust
A REIT is a company dedicated to owning, and in most cases, operating income-producing real estate, such as apartments, shopping centers, offices and warehouses Some REITs also engage in financing real estate
real estate investment trust
financial device in which investors purchase shares in a trust, the subject matter of which is invested in real estate ventures A company that invests in and manages a portfolio of real estate with the majority of its income distributed to the shareholders
real estate investment trust
Real estate investment trust, which is similar to a closed-end mutual fund R E I T s invest in real estate or loans secured by real estate and issue shares in such investments
real estate investment trust
A publicly traded company that manages a portfolio of real estate to earn profits for shareholders Patterned after mutual funds, REITs hold a diverse portfolio of real estate such as apartment buildings, offices, industrial warehouses, shopping centers, hotels and nursing homes Shareholders receive income in the form of dividends from the rents received on the property To avoid taxation at the corporate level, 75% or more of a REIT's income must come from real property and 95% of its net earnings must be distributed to shareholders annually Because REITs must distribute most of their earnings, REITs pay high yields of 5% to 10% or more BACK TO TOP
real estate investment trust
A closed-end investment company that specializes in real estate or mortgage investments Real Estate Investment Trusts issue shares that trade on stock exchanges like shares of common stock There are two types of REITs viz : - Mortgage REITs invest primarily in real estate debt such as mortgages Equity REITs primarily own real estate, such as shopping centers, apartments and industrial buildings Some trusts are a combination of the two and are called Hybrid REITs
real estate investment trust
Investment fund that owns real estate Most REITs trade publicly, similar to closed-end mutual funds
real estate investment trust
A real estate investment trust is a private or public corporation (or trust) that enjoys a special status under the U S tax code that allows it to pay no corporate income tax so long as its activities meet statutory tests that restrict its business to certain commercial real estate activities Most states honor this federal treatment and do not require REITs to pay state income tax By law, REITs must pay out 95% of their taxable income
real estate investment trust
A portfolio of real estate- related securities in which investors can purchase shares that trade on major stock exchanges
real estate investment trust
A method of pooling investment money using the trust form of ownership In the 1960s Congress provided favored tax treatment for certain business trusts by exempting from corporate tax certain qualified REITs that invest at least 75 percent of their assets in real estate and that distribute 95 percent or more of their annual real estate ordinary income to their investors As an alternative to the partnership or corporate methods of investing in real estate, the REIT offers some of the flow-through tax advantages of a partnership or syndication while retaining many of the attributes and advantages of a corporate operation (See noninstitutional lenders)
real estate investment trust
an investment in real estate or loans secured by real estate
real estate loan
a loan on real estate that is usually secured by a mortgage
real estate transaction
sale or purchase of a piece of land
quality real estate
real estate that is of high standards, luxury real estate
real-estate agency
office which tracks down properties for sale or rent and presents these to potential buyers for a percentage of the deal
real-estate agent
realtor, real-estate broker, one who creates ties between people selling a property to potential buyers for a percentage of the sale
real-estate broker
realtor, real-estate agent, one who creates ties between people selling their property and potential buyers for a percentage of the sale
real-estate business
the business of selling real estate
real estate

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    /ˈrēl əˈstāt/ /ˈriːl ɪˈsteɪt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'rE(-&)l, 'ri(-&)l ] (adjective.) 14th century. real; from French royale, from Latin regalis, royal, regal, from combining form reg- (nominative rex), king, + adjective suffix -alis estate; from Latin status, condition, state In spite of the name, real estate has no connection with the concept of reality. It derives instead from the feudal principle that in a monarchy, all land was considered the property of the king. Thus originally the term real estate was equivalent to "royal estate", real originating from the French royale, as it was the French-speaking Normans who introduced feudalism to England in the 11th century and thus the English language; cognate to Spanish real.

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