Real Property Security

Business / Real Estate / Real Property Security: A guaranteed loan or a loan where the broker will assume payments.

Other Words for Property

Property Noun Synonyms: characteristic, attribute, quality, feature, trait, mark, hallmark, idiosyncrasy, peculiarity, oddity, quirk, haecceity, quiddity
Property Adverb Synonyms: possessions, belongings, effects, gear, paraphernalia, chattels
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Other Words for Real

Real Adjective Synonyms: genuine, true, actual, authentic, verified, verifiable, legitimate, right, bona fide, official, legal, legitimate, licit, natural, valid, veritable
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Other Words for Security

Security Verb Synonyms: safety, shelter, protection, fastness, refuge, safe keeping, sanctuary, asylum
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Real Simple Syndication (RSS)

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Real Simple Syndication (RSS): Rich Site Summary or Real Simple Syndication is a method of syndicating information to a feed reader or other software which allows people to subscribe to a channel they are interested in. MORE

Real Rate Of Return

Business / Finance / Real Rate Of Return: The percentage return on some investments that has been adjusted for inflation. MORE

Real Time

Technology / Computers / Real Time: The actual time in which a program or event takes place. In computing, it refers to a mode under which data is received and processed so quickly that it appears to the user to be instant. MORE

Real-Time

Science / Tides and Currents / Real-Time: Pertains to a data collecting system that monitors an on-going process and disseminates measured values before they are expected to have changed significantly. MORE

RealAudio

Technology / Computers / RealAudio: This is a method of playing sounds invented by Rob Glasser that creates a buffer between the supplying server and your computer. The file is played without downloading it completely. MORE

Real Property Tax

Business / Taxes / Real Property Tax: A real property tax is a local tax on the value of real estate. The property may be assessed at full value, which is presumably the price that the owner could sell it for in the current market, or usi MORE

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