The total revenue generated by an individual or organization before taxes and other expenses are subtracted.
A clause in an agreement that allows the designated party to keep a certain right, or set of rights, even if those rights are no longer available to anyone else.
A form of payment, generally cash or cashierâ€™s check, that a third party can take immediate possession without any encumbrances. Generally speaking, this type of payment is required at a closing so that the seller is assured immediate payment.
Good Faith Estimate:
The term is generally used in real estate transactions to describe the estimated amounts due at the closing of a real estate deal.
A property that offers physical views of a golf course but is not necessarily on the golf course.
A company or individual who engages in the business of building or remodeling properties.