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One of the most complex and significant financial events in peoples’ lives is the purchase or sale of a home or investment property. Because of this complexity and significance, people typically seek the help of real estate brokers and sales agents when buying or selling real estate.

How well are you tapping the Hispanic market? If you're an agent who doesn't speak at least a little Spanish today, you're missing out on a ton of business! Finally, the most used real estate terms are available for free over the internet. We list and translate tons of real estate terms, conversations and phrases. And when you click on a given word, term, conversation or phrase it's spoken for you in Spanish! You can even listen to fictional conversations between buys and sellers.

Spanish speakers make up a large group of homebuyers. And people are just more comfortable with those who make an effort to speak their language. Simply mention a few real estate terms in Spanish and you'll establish an immediate rapport with your prospects. This is an essential resource if you work with (or want to attract more) Spanish-speaking clients.

The house is worth $100,000.
La casa vale cien mil dólares.

The other house is worth $237,000.
La otra casa vale doscientos treinta y siete mil dólares.

The average price in this neighborhood is two hundred thousand dollars.
El precio promedio en esta vecindad es de doscientos mil dólares.

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Popular Phrase: verbos en potencial | Conjugated Verb: desmejorar - to decline, deteriorate [ click for full conjugation ]