estate agency

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estate agency

n (Brit) → agenzia immobiliare
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Clearly a very eligible neighbor this, the more so as they had been confidentially assured by the estate agent that Mr.
THOMAS SAPSEA, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AGENT, &c., OF THIS CITY.
His elder daughter, Elizabeth, lived with him and managed the house, and already much resembled him in dry sincerity and methodical habit of mind; of the two sons one, Richard, was an estate agent, the other, Christopher, was reading for the Bar.
A corn factor, a horse jockey, an estate agent, and a jackdaw for cunningness, say I!" And he laughed again till he shook in his shoes with mirth.
Estate agents brought in N$496 million worth of business to Standard Bank between 1 October 2010 and 30 September 2011.
A CHAIN of local estate agents has received its licence from the profession's national association.
The vast majority of estate agents don't like you switching and will try their utmost to prevent you from doing so.
HOME Sale Network - a network of independent estate agents -has exceeded the national average for customer satisfaction, according to responses received following a recent survey conducted by The Property Academy amongst UK-based estate agents.
First, choose an estate agent who is a member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) or National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) as both organisations have a strict code of practice and conduct.
THE number of houses going on to the market in the North East has "significantly" increased since home information packs were abolished, estate agents say.
Ask people for recommendations and always check an agent is a member of a professional body, such as the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), as this gives peace of mind that the agent will adhere to stringent codes of conduct and practice.
FORTY per cent of estate agents have lost their jobs since the credit crunch began.