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Last edited 31 Oct 2018
‘Real estate’ is a legal term which is used to refer to real, or tangible, property. This includes land and the buildings that are on it, as well as any and all natural resources (e.g. minerals, crops, animals, water), as well as the air rights above the land and underground rights below the land.
- Residential real estate: Used as a living space, e.g. domestic buildings, flats, and so on.
- Commercial real estate: Used exclusively for business purposes, e.g. shops, offices, hotels, restaurants, and so on.
- Industrial real estate: Used for the manufacture and production of goods, e.g. factories, warehouses, chemical plants, and so on.
Articles relating to real estate on Designing Buildings Wiki include:
- Estate agent.
- How technology is changing the real estate industry.
- How we should regulate the real estate industry.
- Property chain.
- Property development finance.
- Property ownership.
- Property valuation.
- Real estate in the augmented age.
- Real estate investment trust (REIT).
- Stamp duty land tax.
- What is an estate?
- Use class.
- British Property Federation BPF.
- Glossary of property law terms.
- Housing tenure.
- Property rights.
- Types of building.
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