- n. Plural form of realtor.
“One of the many ironies is that certain realtors in town hold "presta nombre" papers on dozens of properties.”
“The most common method used by many local realtors is the calculation of the replacement value by analyzing the amount of land and construction and applying a cost to replace or rebuild the same property.”
“After months in the market, we had learned to mistrust the term "charm": it was the euphemism realtors applied to old houses with leaky rooves, uneven floors, and erratic heating.”
“There are often very real reasons that certain realtors do not belong.”
“My experience with realtors is that, yes there are a few honest and decent ones (few and far between), but the overwhelming majority of them are simply good at roping you in, getting you to sign their exclusivity contract, then simply sit on their hands as much as possible.”
“Call realtors I call realtors and find out if they have any cash buyers that are looking to buy some wholesale deals.”
“He called realtors and asked them to show him houses.”
“We had 60 days to close the HUD home so he started calling realtors”
“For Mayor Brown, the Council's work with the realtors is a very important collaboration.”
“It is easier to just believe what those "inflation-causing parasites" aka realtors tell you.”
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