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OldIDNer 14th February 2008 02:47 PM

Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
sale over

markits 14th February 2008 03:49 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
:) offer over

jose 14th February 2008 03:51 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
There's no real translation for "real estate" on latin languages.

Having said that, "Imobiliária" is indeed what gets close, but the actual correct translation is something like "company that deals with real estate". Thus, it's the more valuable term.

markits 14th February 2008 03:55 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jose
There's no real translation for "real estate" on latin languages.

Having said that, "Imobiliária" is indeed what gets close, but the actual correct translation is something like "company that deals with real estate". Thus, it's the more valuable term.

I know you don't want to harm OldIdner's sale. But realestate.com should be worth more than realestatecompany.com, right?

OldIDNer 14th February 2008 04:02 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
sale over

jose 14th February 2008 04:10 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by markits
I know you don't want to harm OldIdner's sale. But realestate.com should be worth more than realestatecompany.com, right?

Markits, there's no "real estate" word. (well it could be "imobiliário", but it's not used).

OldIDNer is the most valuable real estate Portuguese word. ditto. (and French and Spanish, inmobiliaria...

markits 14th February 2008 04:17 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
Thanks OldIDNer and Jose. I wish I can get this one for the offer I have made. :)

A side story, I received an email asking me if I can give my goiânia.com to him. He said that he is from goiânia Brazil.

OldIDNer 14th February 2008 04:20 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
sale over

touchring 14th February 2008 04:26 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jose
There's no real translation for "real estate" on latin languages.

Having said that, "Imobiliária" is indeed what gets close, but the actual correct translation is something like "company that deals with real estate". Thus, it's the more valuable term.


does this mean immobile? something stuck?

idn 14th February 2008 04:43 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
Can you provide any traffic/revenue stats? Thanks.

OldIDNer 14th February 2008 04:48 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
sale over

L@@K 14th February 2008 05:10 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
I don't want to hijack your sale, but could you explain us the difference between "imóvel", "imóveis" and "imobiliária" plz ?
I'm probably not alone to not understand the difference and I think it could help your sale also.
Because when i search a little "imóveis" & "imóvel" look strong also.
For ex, br.yahoo.com use "imóveis". :confused:

Thx.

OldIDNer 14th February 2008 08:46 PM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
imovel = singular
imoveis = plural

imoveis can mean property, real estate, lots

my understanding is that imobiliaria means/can mean real estate broker as a noun and property/real estate as an adjective

i've seen both terms used as real estate when I was in brazil

note, I've decided to end the sale

thanks for the offers guys

jose 15th February 2008 02:03 AM

Re: Imobiliária.com - Top Tier IDN
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by L@@K
I don't want to hijack your sale, but could you explain us the difference between "imóvel", "imóveis" and "imobiliária" plz ?
I'm probably not alone to not understand the difference and I think it could help your sale also.
Because when i search a little "imóveis" & "imóvel" look strong also.
For ex, br.yahoo.com use "imóveis". :confused:

Thx.

It's easy:
movel = movable (like in telemovel = tele + movel = mobile phone) tele is from a distance, like in tele + vision)
i + movel = does not move
i + movel + s = plural
i + mo + biliária = deals with imoveis


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