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ENGLISH FOR REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Common vocabulary used in real estate 2

If you're a real estate agent, and would like to know how to explain some basic concepts to your English-speaking clientele, this exercise is for you.


QUESTIONS:
(Choose the best response for each one)


1. The type of basement in which one can't stand up is known as a __________________________.
  crawl space/crawlspace
  crawling space
  lying down basement

2. There's a little bit of __________________________ ( = stains, etc. due to a water leak) on the ceiling.
  water damage
  water problem
  liquid trouble

3. The roof would have to be __________________________. = You would have to get a new roof.
  replicated
  reviewed
  replaced

4. There's lots of __________________________ room in the attic.
  store
  storage
  stored-up

5. A __________________________ is a house that's in fairly bad shape, one that you have to invest a lot of money in to make "liveable".
  fifty-fifty
  handyman
  fixer-upper

6. The condo ___________________________ ( = monthly maintenance payments) are pretty high in this building.
  fees
  payments
  price

7. The _________________________ price ( = the initial price set by the owner) for this property is $400,000.
  list
  last
  lease

8. This house has two bedrooms on the lower ___________________________, and two more on the upper ___________________________.
  unit
  floor
  level

9. The bedrooms are __________________________ from the main entertaining area, so noise won't be a problem.
  put away
  tucked away
  set down

10. A __________________________ apartment = a fairly big apartment
  sellable
  sizeable
  sensible

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