Real-estate in a sentence

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How to use real-estate in a sentence. Real-estate pronunciation.

I saw her with you at the real-estate office yesterday.
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It would be easier now, for Jennie had been informed of the disastrous prospects of the real-estate deal.
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A tremendous rise in values set in; the newly married required homes; architects were rushed to death; builders, real-estate operators, brokers, could not handle the business hurled at them by impatient bridegrooms.
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Also drag queens, angry gang kids, graffiti artists and bewildered gentrifiers trying not to get killed while their real-estate investments matured.
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It didn't help that we were ploughing straight uphill, moving for the zone where the seedy Tenderloin gives way to the nosebleed real-estate values of Nob Hill.
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I lived there in 1857-an extraordinary year there in real-estate matters.
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And Richard was now a man of wealth, so much so that people talked about him; and the newspapers said, in talking about real-estate, or investments, or institutions of charity-"When such men as Richard Vandermarck allow their names to appear, we may be sure," etc., etc.
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Nevertheless the commands were practically all in the hands of Canadians-lawyers, business men, real-estate agents, newspapermen and other amateur soldiers, who, in civilian life as militiamen, had spent more or less time in the study of the theory of warfare.
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For a young woman to dream of mining coal, foreshows she will become the wife of a real-estate dealer or dentist.
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Europe had been his goal so long, and his hopes of pleasure grew so high when (after his years of saving and putting by, bit by bit, out of his salary in a real-estate office) he drew actually near the shining horizon.
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The six hundred dollars in express company checks and the three hundred-lire bills were all the money the unhappy Mellin had in the world, and until he could return to Cranston and go back to work in the real-estate office again, he had no prospect of any more.
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Doctor Speek gives attention to the real-estate business, and finds that it is not in a satisfactory condition.
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Real-estate agents or brokers are forming associations and are doing a great deal to eliminate dishonest practices and to put into their business the idea of service.
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One is the development of Blue Sky laws, and the other is the requirement that those who engage in the real-estate business should have licenses.
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This in part explains why the various real-estate associations are trying to get some sort of public regulation for their business and why a number of states which are interested in the development of their lands have begun to talk of regulation.
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The leading Chicago papers co-operate with us by refusing the advertising of real-estate men who misrepresent their properties.
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All types of real-estate dealers are increasingly realizing the need for making their transactions aboveboard and honest.
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According to their methods, private land dealers may be classified as follows: (1) Land "sharks," divided between those acting outside the law and those acting within the law; (2) the ordinary real-estate dealer-of two types-the lower, selfish, narrow-minded, the higher, public-spirited; (3) "realtors"; (4) land-colonizing companies.
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These pirates injure both land seekers and legitimate real-estate men.
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This is a situation that forces the land men to realize the need of a licensed real-estate profession.
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Examples of Real-estate

Example #1
Well-furnaces are necessary, I suppose.
Example #2
She's-the one who is interested in furnaces.
Example #3
She was also aware of his continued interest in Mrs. Gerald.
Example #4
He took Jennie to a watering-place for ten days to help her recover her spirits, and it was soon after this that he decided to tell her just how things stood with him; he would put the problem plainly before her.
Example #5
Then, seizing time by the fetlock, some indescribable monster secured the next ten years' output of go-carts.
Example #6
And over all, in approving benediction, brooded the wide smile of the greatest of statesmen and the great smile of the widest of statesmen- these two, metaphorically, hand in hand, floated high above their people, scattering encouraging blessings on every bride.