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realty

[ ree-uhl-tee, reel- ]
/ ˈri əl ti, ˈril- /
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noun
real property or real estate.

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Origin of realty

First recorded in 1400–50, realty is from the late Middle English word realte.See real1, -ty2
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British Dictionary definitions for realty

realty
/ (ˈrɪəltɪ) /

noun
another term for real property
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