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Financial terms in "Real Estate"

1. pressure treating

2. refrigeration system

3. high chair

4. tract index

5. flight of stairs

6. production home

7. snap tie

8. offset, 1/8-bend

9. pickle bar

10. ground wire

11. flow chart

12. purchasers policy

13. cashiers check

14. Grantee

15. starker transaction

16. home ownership

17. thermal coefficient of expansion

18. square drive screw

19. partition block

20. post-tensioning

21. phenolic resin

22. building density

23. ground joint union

24. patio door

25. superior screed joint

26. COSI

27. flooring

28. compound sum

29. table saw

30. negotiation

31. Total interest payments

32. string line

33. kitchen triangle

34. unfinished office space

35. recording fee

36. beveled siding

37. penetrating oil

38. combination square

39. post-formed countertop

40. relocation

41. wraparound debt

42. reveal

43. clearance letter

44. bid shopping

45. liquid penetrant examination

46. non-metal

47. gypsum block

48. scarf joint

49. subflooring

50. cypress

51. cavity

52. U-bolt

53. ernest money

54. vacation home

55. record title

56. warranted price

57. contributory value

58. interior wall

59. nibbler

60. conditional

61. topographic map

62. bay

63. concrete slab

64. postern

65. sectionalized brick masonry

66. sleeve anchor

67. estimating

68. pliers

69. undercounter

70. blade

71. loom

72. Owner Financing

73. desecuritization

74. slag inclusion

75. escrow company

76. tax exempt property

77. contents replacement cost protection

78. backbrush

79. symbol schedule

80. Earnest Money

81. foundation drain tile

82. IRMA

83. zone condemnation

84. section line

85. regency house

86. black walnut

87. pilaster face

88. watt

89. readily ascertainable

90. stile

91. convenience outlet

92. soldering

93. profile leveling

94. post hole

95. FSBO

96. biennial

97. fire resistant drywall

98. dampproofing

99. silicon bronze conduit

100. prefilled

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An abbreviation of the financial times stock exchange (Index), commonly referred to verbally as 'footsie'. There are various FTSE indices (indexes), including most notably the FTSE 100, which is the index of the top 100 shares on the london stock exchange, whose movement is regarded as an important indicator of national (and wider) economic health and buoyancy. The FTSE 100 represents about 80% of the market capitalization of all shares listed on the london stock exchange, which is interesting considering over 3,000 companies are listed in total. For Pareto enthusiasts (the '80-20 Rule') that's 3.3% of listed companies, accounting for 80% of total market value of companies listed on the london stock exchange, which is even by Pareto standards an extreme ratio of concentration. When economic commentators say the "...the footsie is up/down (a number of points)..." this is a reference to the relative movement of share prices among the companies listed in (usually) the FTSE 100. The 'footsie' is owned and operated by FTSE Group, which is basically a provider of economic information and data services, especially about stock and commodity exchanges. FTSE Group was until 2012 50% owned by Pearson Group (owners of the financial times newspaper group) and 50% by the london stock exchange, the latter buying full ownership from Pearson in 2012. It is not likely that the 'financial times' origins of the FTSE abbreviation will be strongly acknowledged in future, given its change of ownership.

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