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realtor

noun /(British ) ˈriəltə, ˈriəlˌtoː; (American) ˈriːəltər, ˈriːəlˌtoːr/
(American ) someone whose job is to sell or rent houses or land on behalf of other people; real estate agent (especially American ), estate agent (British)
Agente Immobiliario
The realtor arranged to sell the woman’s home to a developer for a price well below market rate.
Translations of “realtor”
in Chinese (Traditional) 房地産代理…
in Russian агент по продаже недвижимости…
in Turkish emlâkçı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 房地产代理…
in Polish pośredni-k/czka, (nieruchomości)…
(Definition of realtor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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