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Business Listing   Baldwin Senior Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-0898


Business Listing   Bayfield Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 921-2390


Business Listing   Blythe Mobile Homes Estate & Stora - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-3551


Business Listing   Blythe Ocean View Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-6609


Business Listing   Blythe Villa Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-9555


Business Listing   Broadway Manor Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-3630


Business Listing   Cal WYO Ventures West - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-6745


Business Listing   El Rancho Estates - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 921-6333


Business Listing   El Solano Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-2131


Business Listing   Grubb-Stake Realty GMAC - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 861-8171


Business Listing   Holt Group - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-4658


Business Listing   Mesa Bluff Village - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 921-2627


Business Listing   Notary /Appraisar Trainee - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-1005


Business Listing   Palm Drive Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 921-8888


Business Listing   Pease Diana Real Estate Professional - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-5958


Business Listing   Quail Place - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-7110


Business Listing   Rancho Ventana RV Resort - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 921-3600


Business Listing   Rhyolite Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-0157


Business Listing   Silsby Gardens Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-6854


Business Listing   Squaw Valley Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 921-2347


Business Listing   Stardust Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-3241


Business Listing   Sunrise Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-4965


Business Listing   Sunset West Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-0226


Business Listing   Tourest Motel & Apartments - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-5645


Business Listing   Traditional Building Co. - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-2240


Business Listing   Valley Palms RV - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-7335


Business Listing   Villa Monterey Blythe - Blythe, CA - Phone: 1 (760) 922-3781


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Helpful Definition for: Real Estate - All

The term 'real estate' refers to land and fixtures together, as distinguished from real property, referring to ownership of land and accessories, including anything of a permanent nature such as structures, trees, minerals, and the interest, benefits, and inherent rights thereof. Purchasing real estate in Blythe requires a significant investment, and each parcel of land has unique characteristics, so the real estate industry has evolved into several distinct fields.

Specialists are often called upon to evaluate real estate and facilitate transactions in Blythe which includes residential, commercial, or industrial property. 

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