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abeyance in law, a condition of temporarily undetermined ownership, as of property or an estate. [1/2 definitions]
administrator a person appointed by a court of law to manage or oversee the estate of a deceased person. [1/2 definitions]
broker a person whose business is to negotiate buying and selling, esp. of stocks or real estate, on another's behalf. [1/2 definitions]
château a wine-producing estate, esp. in the Bordeaux region of France. [1/2 definitions]
close to conclude the details of a real estate purchase. [1/23 definitions]
demesne land that is owned; estate. [2/5 definitions]
devise in law, to transfer (real estate) by a will. [1/3 definitions]
estate agency (chiefly British) a business that manages the purchase, sale, or lease of houses and other property; real estate agency.
estate agent (chiefly British) one whose job is to help clients buy, sell, lease, or manage real estate; real estate agent.
first mortgage a primary lien against a piece of property that takes precedence in case of default over all other mortgages or liens except those given priority by law, such as real estate taxes.
freehold legal tenure of an estate in fee or for life, or the estate so held. [1/2 definitions]
groundskeeper a person responsible for the maintenance of the grounds of an estate, park, sports field, or the like.
hacienda in Spanish-speaking countries, a large estate used as a farm or ranch, or the estate owner's house.
laird someone, esp. a wealthy person, who owns land or an estate in Scotland.
land bank a bank that finances transactions in real estate, esp. those involving farmland.
land contract a real estate contract in which the buyer agrees to make periodic payments to the seller, taking title only when the purchase price has been paid in full.
lodge a small house, such as a caretaker's cottage, on the grounds of a larger house or estate. [1/11 definitions]
manor a landed estate and its main residence; mansion.
mansion a house on a landed estate; manor house. [1/2 definitions]
mortmain in law, perpetual ownership of real estate by institutions, such as churches, that do not have the right to sell.
next of kin an individual's nearest relative as defined by law, esp. one who may inherit the individual's estate if the individual dies without leaving a will. [1/2 definitions]