Why don’t more people know how to spell “Realtor”?
It’s great that people make their way to my blog when searching for Charlottesville Realtors –
But – for those who arrive (thank you for reading) searching for “realator” or “realitor” – it’s “Realtor.”
ReÂ·alÂ·torÂ Â Â (rÄ“’É™l-tÉ™r, -tÃ´r’)Â
A service mark used for a real-estate agent affiliated with the National Association of Realtors. This service mark often occurs in print in lowercase and in the plural as well: “The economic aftershocks are already rippling through the area’s non-defense businesses, from realtors to pizzerias” (New York Times).
I’ve always thought it was two syllables. Who knew it was three?
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