Real estate english

Real estate english (Angielski dla nieruchomości) examines the language used in the buying and selling of property. Real estate is property consisting of land and the buildings on it. It also includes its natural resources such as crops, minerals, or water etc.

Real estate english opole. Angielski dla nieruchomości. Business English, Angielski w BiznesieReal estate english (Angielski dla nieruchomości) – introduction

In Real estate english (Angielski dla nieruchomości) there are many phrases that should be understood. When people want to buy a property, it is common for them to visit an Estate agent. An estate agent is a person or business that arranges the selling, renting or management of properties, and other buildings, An agent that specialises in renting is often called a letting agent. Estate agents are mainly engaged in the marketing of property available for sale and a solicitor or licensed conveyancer is used to prepare the legal documents. It is normal to refer to real estate or real property as property. The estate agent remains the current title for the person responsible for the management of one group of privately owned, all or mostly tenanted, properties under one ownership. Alternative titles are Factor, Steward or Bailiff depending on the era, the region and the extent of the property concerned.

Real estate english (Angielski dla nieruchomości) – vocab

apartment n. a room or group of rooms to live in, usually on one floor; flat
development n. a number of buildings on a large piece of land – real-estate developer
elevator n. a compartment for moving people from floor to floor in a building; lift
en suite adv. forming one unit [eg: bedroom with bathroom en suite] – also adj.
first floor n. storey of a building at the same level as the street or ground; ground floor
for sale offered for purchase; to be sold; available to be bought
freehold n. the holding of land or property for an unlimited period of time – also adj.
furnished adj. [of a house, apartment etc] let with furniture – to furnish v.
garden n. space or ground surrounding a building, often with flowers, trees etc; yardUS
ground floor n. storey of a building at the same level as the street or ground; first floorUS
landlord n. a person who owns an apartment, house, office etc and lets it to a tenant
leasehold n. the holding of land or property for a predetermined period of time – also adj.
let v. to give the use of a building etc in return for periodic payments or rent
lift n. a compartment for moving people from floor to floor in a building; elevator
rent v. to make periodic payments (monthly etc) for the use of a building etc – also n.
storey n. one of the levels of a building; floor; story
tenant n. a person who rents an apartment, house, office etc from a landlord
yard n. space or ground surrounding a building; garden

 

Piers Midwinter

Piers Midwinter

Director and Freelance Teacher at Best Language
I am a director and a friendly Native English Speaking Teacher. I teach all kinds of English. I have organised Business English Courses for companies in the Opolskie region. I have been employed by TU Dresden to teach Business English to Masters students since October 2014.
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