Real estate refers to property consisting of land and the buildings or structures on it, along with any natural resources or immovable property attached to it. This includes land, houses, commercial buildings, apartments, and any other type of physical property. Real estate also includes rights to use airspace above the land and rights to use underground resources, such as minerals.
Real estate is typically bought, sold, leased, or rented for various purposes, such as residential or commercial use, agricultural or industrial use, or for investment purposes. Real estate is a valuable asset and can be a significant investment for individuals, businesses, and organizations.
The real estate industry involves various professionals, such as real estate agents, brokers, appraisers, and attorneys, who specialize in buying, selling, leasing, and managing real estate properties. The industry is subject to local, state, and federal laws and regulations that govern property ownership, use, and development.