Real Estate Glossary C [Part 10]


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Capital gains tax

This is a tax on capital gains from the sale of investment properties. The difference between the final sale price and the original purchase price is the capital gain.


Anyone with a legal interest in the property can file a caveat on the Land Titles Register, which prevents the property from being sold without their knowledge.

Central heating

Building heating is provided from a central source by circulating hot water or steam through pipes and radiators, or warm air through ducts.


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Colonial architecture

Traditional design, typically based on the characteristics of colonial homes.

Common listing

Open Listing is another name for it. This is the term used when a seller gives a property to more than one agent. The inverse term for this is “exclusive listing.” The commission is paid to the first agent who finds a buyer who is ready, willing, and able to pay the price and terms acceptable to the vendor.

Compulsory acquisition

A private person has a power in the Crown to acquire property, whether or not that person is willing to sell.

Conditions of sale

The terms under which a buyer takes an item that was sold to them.


A community is a collection of people who are a member of a population and who reside in the same place or region.


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Completed foreclosure

A real estate owned (REO) that the lender has repossessed after a public auction but which has not been successfully sold is referred to as a
completed foreclosure.

Completed foreclosure sale

A completed foreclosure sale happens when a property is sold while the bank or lender is still the legal owner.

Crime risk

Crime risk is the probability of being a victim of crime, whether it be a violent or non-violent crime, in a specific location.


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