Definition of realty
: real estate 1
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The chamber-realty study showed that the 18 cities and the county government will likely approve no more than half the 161,980 units identified as needed regionally between 2010 and 2020.
His house in the hills of Orinda, Calif., went on the market last year for $22.5 million; realty photos of the place showed a four-car garage harboring Ferraris.
The controversial realty TV star will be making her last and final appearance on the return of Lifetime’s Dance Moms this summer and PEOPLE has the first look.
Sellers: Iwh Holdings L.L.C. and 175 Realty L.L.C. Buyer: Barberry Rose Management Broker: Aaron Jungreis, Rosewood Realty Group $132/SQ.
Lin, whose One Realty offices are a few blocks west of here on 15th Street at the foot of LoHi, will have prime rib, a bunch of sides and white wine out today for her open house at 1700 Bassett.
Not all tax experts agree with the builders’ and realty advocates’ dark forecasts, however.
Visitors to last year’s AT&T Byron Nelson got to don virtual realty headsets by AT&T.
Under the dome Visitors to last year’s Nelson got to don virtual realty headsets by AT&T. The tournament sponsor has kicked that up with the AT&T Fan Dome.
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Origin and Etymology of realty
real + -ty (as in property)
First Known Use: 1670See Words from the same year
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