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Financial terms in "Real Estate"

1. break-even ratio

2. pledged account mortgage

3. stem

4. plan view

5. mantel

6. panier

7. zone of transition

8. partial interest

9. fenestration

10. opposed blade damper

11. vacant

12. working life

13. estate in land

14. project engineer

15. mortmain

16. bastard file

17. alternative or specialty investments

18. Cash Against Documents

19. change of beneficiary provision

20. boss

21. eutectic

22. walk-up

23. parallax

24. struck capacity

25. stop notice

26. networking

27. Multiple Listing

28. double acting hinge

29. indirect lighting

30. senior residential appraiser

31. FSBO (For Sale by Owner)

32. comparable sale

33. rafter pattern

34. ernest money

35. sanding sealer

36. causeway

37. linen closet

38. real estate commission

39. American Land Title Association (ALTA) policy

40. dormitory

41. National Society of Real Estate Appraisers

42. tsunami damage

43. cooperating broker

44. wiring

45. semiannual

46. collar beam

47. relinquished property

48. relay

49. cat eye

50. head pressure

51. Mortgage suitability

52. conduction

53. reconveyance

54. bent-nose pliers

55. indirect investment

56. sheet siding

57. mortgage out

58. block limits

59. effective rent

60. floating interest rate

61. net real estate investment value

62. spiral staircase

63. reinforced faced masonry

64. shellac

65. oven dry wood

66. trowel

67. graph

68. roof run

69. caisson foundation

70. electrolyte

71. for sale by owner (FSBO)

72. bearing value

73. one hour rated door

74. mechanical tamper

75. predeisgn services

76. induction welding

77. outside foundation cracks

78. leasehold value

79. A-Credit

80. Agency Disclosure

81. surround

82. exterior

83. financing gap

84. mixer

85. gable end stud

86. safety lamp

87. pipe joint

88. satisfaction of lien

89. Per diem interest

90. polymerization

91. wipeout

92. mill file

93. combination faucet

94. podium

95. face nailing

96. primary location

97. light framing

98. orientation

99. precast

100. tin

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The financial world splits up its calendar into four quarters, each three months long. If January to March is the first quarter, April to June is the second quarter, and so on, though a company's first quarter does not have to begin in January.The securities and exchange commission (SEC) requires all publicly held US companies to publish a quarterly report, officially known as Form 10-Q, describing their financial results for the quarter. These reports and the predictions that market analysts make about them often have an impact on a company's stock price.For example, if analysts predict that a certain company will have earnings of 55 cents a share in a quarter, and the results beat those expectations, the price of the company's stock may increase. But if the earnings are less than expected, even by a penny or two, the stock price may drop, at least for a time.However, this pattern doesn't always hold true, and other forces may influence (investor) sentiment about the stock.

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