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Professional Real Estate Translation Services

Real Estate translations in over 180 languages and dialects

It is important that a translator understands the technical terminology and procedures associated with Real Estate. This ensures that translation is precise and no misunderstandings occur. Our Real Estate translators, besides being highly skilled and experienced, have a background or qualification in this area.

We provide translators for the following projects:

  • To allow international communication between researchers and practitioners

  • To translate documents such as journal articles and materials from symposia and colloquium pertaining to policy and legislation of Real Estate

  • To allow for the collaboration of research between institutions and academics

Some examples of the areas for which we can provide translators:


Mortgages

Assessment

Commercial property

Community property

Council housing

Depreciation

Freehold

Leasehold

Contracts


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Our Real Estate Interpreting Service

We also offer a Real Estate Interpreting Service. For more information, please follow the following link: Real Estate Interpreting Service.

Potential situations requiring a Real Estate Interpreter:

  • Research conference interpreters

  • Interpreters for foreign visiting scientists

  • Interpreters for journalistic interviews

If you require any other translating, please see our main Translation Page.

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