- Coined by Charles N. Chadbourn in 1916, from real (in real estate) and -or, based on the model of Latin agent nouns ending in -tor (such as actor, creator), to refer to real estate professionals who are members of the National Association of Realtors, a trade association in the United States. (Wiktionary)
“Of course, everyone posting here realizes that the word "realtor" is a trademark.”
“Honestly, the realtor is truly a road block for the new consumer world.”
“And the statement earlier about the “demand” for the realtor is true, but now there is demand for something else, but the pioneers are being blocked from meeting these demands.”
“HomePriceMaps. com DATA PORN, i mean arenâ€ ™ t we helping the consumer make better informed decisions, thus not relying upon the realtor as much, or at least giving the consumer the ability to know when his realtor is screwing him over? since when is that porn?”
“I called the realtor with a sign up across the street - she didn't answer.”
“The realtor is Teresa Martinez, firstname.lastname@example.org, at www. casamexicanarealestate.com.”
“We get there and another realtor is taking a couple through.”
“When I called my realtor to draft up the paperwork, she told me that owner financing is no longer available unless if the seller lived there, and I remembered reading about that here.”
“If someone calls your realtor with an offer or even an attempt to talk about the very house he is just trying to convince you to buy, chances are he is trying to break your hesitation by creating some nonexistent party that supposedly is after this very house.”
“Come next morning we called our realtor in California, they had a bank transaction problem and the bank of the builders, is letting the builder not to let us in the new house?”
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"A trademark is any word, name, symbol, or design, or any combination thereof, used in commerce to identify and distinguish the goods of one manufacturer or seller from those of another and to indi...
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dictionaries and Macquarie dictionary
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Trademarks that have lost their character as indicators of source to become a general term for a product or service.
everyday and sometimes not so everyday words that make me enjoy life more
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