(B.S Alert) 6 Things Real Estate Agents Say – and What They ‘Really’ Mean

When you’re navigating real estate.com.au it’s helpful to be able to speak ‘real estate agent’.

Here’s some of the most common phrases agents use on their listings and their translations – courtesy of the good people at homelife.com.au

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Agency listing “A functional kitchen”

Translation There is running water and a questionable electrical outlet.

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Agency listing “The home has excellent transport links”

Translation There is a freeway on one side and a railway line on the other

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Agency listing “Cosmopolitan lifestyle

Translation Red-light district.

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Agency listing “The property has many character features”

Translation Natural light is not one of them.

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Agency listing “Renovator’s delight (also known as the classic fixer upper)”

Translation Unless you’re a certified builder and have time on your hands stay well clear.

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Agency listing “Water glimpses”
Translation When you lean off the balcony and stand on your tiptoes you can see water reflected in windows of the houses actually near water.

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Hope that’s helpful to you in speaking ‘real estate!’

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