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Realtor

[ ree-uhl-ter, -tawr, reel- ]
/ ˈri əl tər, -ˌtɔr, ˈril- /
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Trademark.

a person who works in the real-estate business and is a member of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, or one of its constituent boards, and abides by its Code of Ethics.

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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH Realtor

relator, Realtor
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realtor
/ (ˈrɪəltə, -ˌtɔː) /

noun

US and Canadian an estate agent, esp an accredited one

Word Origin for realtor

C20: from a trademark
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