American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A service mark used for a real-estate agent affiliated with the National Association of Realtors. This service mark often occurs in print in lowercase and in the plural as well: "The economic aftershocks are already rippling through the area's non-defense businesses, from realtors to pizzerias” ( New York Times).
- n. a real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of Realtors
“The term Realtor is a trademark of the National Association of REALTORS (NAR), and anyone who uses that term as part of their professional identity must be a member, not only of NAR but also of their state and local associations.”
“But if you did business with Austin Realtor Steve Crossland, expect your phone to ring.”
“I called the Realtor, canceled the listing, and went out and bought new outdoor furniture, a hammock, a new couch, and a laundry list of other things to fix the house up.”
“We called the Realtor and went straight to her office to sign an offer.”
“As a Listing Agent the quality of the offer received and the probability of Closing are much higher when a Realtor is involved for the buyer.”
“Realtor is dumbstruck and couple viewing the place just doesn't know what to think ... until ....”
““I called a Realtor and she said I was the third one so far, that day.””
“Your father and I both agreed you were overreacting when you called the Realtor and demanded she list the house immediately.”
“It's no coincidence that the majority of "sold" signs in Lykins bear the name of Realtor Laura Field.”
“Next day they called the Realtor, went to see the house and 20 minutes later they were making an offer on the three-bedroom, 1 1 / 2-bath home, which Tim calls "charming.”
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