real property

Definition of "real property"
  1. Land, buildings, and other structures permanently attached to the land, including things growing on the land and rights associated with the property. Unlike personal property, real property is immovable
How to use "real property" in a sentence
  1. The vast fields and the farmhouse collectively constitute his real property.
  2. Upon their parents' demise, the siblings inherited the real property, which included two houses, a shop, and a piece of land.
  3. Her real property investments include commercial buildings and agricultural land.

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