[ree-uhl-ter, -tawr, reel-]
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.
relator, Realtor. Unabridged
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realtor (ˈrɪəltə, -ˌtɔː)
(US), (Canadian) an estate agent, esp an accredited one
[C20: from a trademark]

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Word Origin & History

1916, "real estate agent," Amer.Eng., coined by C. Chadbourn of Minneapolis, Minn.; patented as Realtor in 1948 by National Association of Real Estate Boards.
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Everything because he was a realtor, builder, insurance seller, and community servant.
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