5 Real Estate Terms First-Time Buyers Need to Know

As a real estate professional, you’re well-versed in all things real estate. You know all of the acronyms, abbreviations and codes. But what about your clients? You may be speaking in another language to first-time buyers when you first sit down to talk real estate. Give them a quick primer with these 5 terms.

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