||Refers to a property in the form of a land or a building
||We’re going to buy a piece of real estate.
||An organization that supplies the public with water, gas, or electricity
||The new plan of the government is to support more public utilities.
|To move out
||To stop living in a particular place
||Her landlord has given her a week to move out.
|To move in
||To go to a different place and begin to live there
||Owing to huge rent, student prefer prefer not to move in to a city but rather stay in the outskirts
|A hall /corridor
||Refers to the room just inside the main entrance of a house, apartment, or other building that leads to other rooms and usually to the stairs
||I left my bags in the hall.
||The process of acquiring or getting and owning something for example a property, an apartment, a house etc.
||The cost of acquisition is far too high in Paris owing to it being the capital of France.
||Refers to possessing something like for example a property, apartment etc.
||He owns a big apartment in the heart of the city with an amazing view of the Eiffel.
||Refers to a person who owns an appartment or property.
||Are you the owner of this flat ?
|To rent /to let
||To rent refers to moving in to an apartment for a certain sum or money that is to be paid regularly to its owner while to let refers to giving an apartment to someone for a certain period at a fixed price.
||I have decided to let out my apartment to a student for a year .
| A renter
||Refers to someone who pays a sum or money to live in a house or apartment that is owned by someone else.
||The apartment can only lodge students as renters.
|A rental agreement
||A written agreement that underlines the terms and conditions concerning the use and occupancy of a place and its premises.
||The rental agreement included the servicing of the asset if there were any problems experienced during the first 30 days.
|A 30-day notice
||Refers to the minimum time period to be given to the landlord in advance before moving out from the apartment.
||His landlord didn’t return him the deposit paid because he failed to provide a 30 day notice before quitting.
||Refers to a certain sum paid at the beginning before moving in to an apartment.
||As the deposit was too high, I decided not to move in over there and instead chose another place.
|An elevator (US) /a lift (GB)
|| Refers to a machine that carries people from one floor of another of a building.
||The office was on the tenth floor, so Helen took the elevator.
|The premises / facilities
||Refers to the land and buildings owned by someone or by a company or organization
||The company is relocating to its new premises.