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06/27/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Your clients will hear a lot of real estate shorthand when buying, selling, or leasing property ... and they may not know why these terms matter. See how well you'd do explaining these 10 industry terms.

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Gayle L Speck on 06/30/2016

Good reminder.


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