Definitions

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  • adjective Referring or relating to real estate.

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Examples

  • You can always improve your chances of building a profitable long-term real-estate portfolio by becoming an expert at finding bargain properties or negotiating bargain prices or fixing-up properties.

    Creating Wealth

  • You can always improve your chances of building a profitable long-term real-estate portfolio by becoming an expert at finding bargain properties or negotiating bargain prices or fixing-up properties.

    Creating Wealth

  • "The so-called real-estate collapse as some people expect is an exaggeration," said Jiang Jianqing , chairman of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., the country's largest lender by assets.

    ICBC Chairman Says Fears of China Collapse Are Overdone

  • Goldman Sachs relinquished its shares in Japanese real-estate firm Simplex Investment Advisors to private-equity firm Aetos Capital, which is betting on a recovery in Tokyo property prices.

    What's News

  • BEIJING —A recent decline in Chinese real-estate prices is starting to shake confidence in the country's economic vitality and open a debate about whether the country's economy is over-leveraged.

    China Risks Being Next Property-Bubble Blow Up

  • Like many these days, Ms. Boccini became a landlord not by choice but because of circumstances beyond her control: namely, the real-estate crash.

    Accidental Landlords

  • Mr. Obama later called the real-estate transaction "bone-headed."

    Former Obama Backer Is Sentenced

  • HONG KONG— Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has relinquished its shares in Japanese real-estate firm Simplex Investment Advisors to private-equity firm Aetos Capital LLC, which is betting on a recovery in Tokyo property prices.

    Goldman Opts Out of Japan Property Stake

  • But I don't think people should dismiss him as a Donald Trump because he's not, Reid said, referring to the real-estate mogul's short-lived flirtation with a presidential bid.

    Reid to push vote on GOP Medicare plan

  • BEIJING —A recent decline in Chinese real-estate prices is starting to shake confidence in the country's economic vitality and open a debate about whether the country's economy is over-leveraged.

    China Risks Being Next Property-Bubble Blow Up

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