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Real Estate Wiki

Real Estate Wiki launched in beta on January 15th, 2008 with the intent to help real estate brokers and agents, homeowners, home buyers and sellers as well as renters by providing quality, objective and handy information about the real estate industry and the home buying process.


It is the combined effort of over a dozen dedicated real estate professionals that have for the last 12 months been working to create over 7,000 real estate specific articles, definitions, acronyms, biographies and FAQs about real estate. With real estate being one of the largest industries in the world with over 30 million consumers searching for homes to buy or places to rent every year it was felt that a neutral and objective wiki dedicated to real estate would be a valuable asset to the industry, as a whole.


Real Estate Wiki is a privately funded, non-profit venture. They have no special allegiance to any one company and will not tolerate discrimination, slander, negativity or narrow-mindedness and any form as well as no pornography or sexually related material.


All brokers, agents, other professionals, vendors etc. are invited to participate in the real estate wiki by contributing information, adding their own profile, their company profile, uploading images and even videos. Real Estate Wiki is free and its mission is to create the largest real estate encyclopedia for everyone to use.

 By Diane Tuman

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