estate agent

noun British.
1.
the steward or manager of a landed estate.
2.
a real-estate agent; realtor.

Origin:
1875–80

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estate agent
 
n
1.  (Brit) Usual US and Canadian name: real-estate agent an agent concerned with the valuation, management, lease, and sale of property
2.  the administrator of a large landed property, acting on behalf of its owner; estate manager

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What does your real estate agent say, and how much do you want to move
  on--those would be my questions.
Contact a real estate agent in the area if you're considering buying.
They thought of getting us real estate agent and mortgage broker contacts.
Work with a real estate agent who has experience in selling vacation homes and
  vacation property.
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