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Second part Translation Carlos Tornero Pando

Second part of translation. Dictionary Spanish-English real estate.
Much more words should be translated however i just put the basic,the ones you are always going to hear when dealing with spanish agents or particulars (real estate).

Appraisal: Tasación

Furniture:Muebles

Furnished: Amueblado

Decorate: Decorar

Estate: Hacienda

Ranch: Finca

Heritage: Patrimonio

Domain: Dominio

Land: Terreno

Countryside: Campo

Plot of land: Parcela

Area: Superficie

Location: Emplazamiento

Amortization: Amortización

Assessment: Gravamen

Discount: Descuento/Rebaja

Commercial:Comercial

Residential: Residencial

Taxes: Impuestos

Rural: Rústica

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Valencian Community-Carlos Tornero Pando

Valencia its a city full of monuments and great places to visit.

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Real Estate Valencia-Carlos Tornero Pando

One of the best cities to invest on real estate.You can find all type of properties at great prices:
urban,land,residencial,commercial…

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Real Estate Search&Find Idealista-Carlos Tornero Pando

Best place to look for properties in Spain,IDEALISTA

iDEALISTA its a real estate website page where you can find plenty of information about Spanish properties.

10,000 Startups – Startup Weekend Next

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Today we are announcing the biggest entrepreneurial program ever launched – Startup Weekend Next. A partnership of Startup WeekendStartup AmericaTechStars and UdacityStartup Weekend Next brings four weeks of amazing hands-on training learning to build your startup to cities around the world. Our goal– to inspire, educate and empower hundred’s of thousands of entrepreneurs and help create 10,000 startups.

The Lean LaunchPadClass
You may have read my previous posts about the Lean LaunchPad entrepreneurship class. The class teaches founders how to dramatically reduce their failure rate through the combination of business model design, customer development and agile development using the Startup Owners Manual. Just a crazy idea two years ago, the class is now taught at Stanford, Berkeley, Columbia, Caltech, Princeton and for the National Science Foundation at the University of Michigan and Georgia Tech.

And in the thirty…

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102-Year-Old Plans to Finish Business Degree

Late Blooming Entrepreneurs

Margaret Dunning already runs one business. Will she start another?

That remains to be seen. For now, the 102-year-old plans to head back to the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business to finish the undergraduate degree she started about 80 years ago. After she was featured in a TODAY.com article for her passion about cars, The FRAM Group (an auto products manufacturer) decided to pay her tuition.

Once she graduated from high school in 1929, Dunning began pursuing a business degree at the University of Michigan. During the Depression, she had to drop out of school to help her mother, who owned a bank and needed all the support she could get. Dunning went on to have a long career in banking.

“I’ll have to figure out just what I’ll study, but it will be in business, though — I know that,” she told TODAY. “I’m still running a business right now. … It’s…

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Need Help Hatching Your Business?

Late Blooming Entrepreneurs

If so, you might want to look for an incubator. Just as the ones for eggs help bring chicks into the world, business incubators help brand new companies survive and grow during the start-up period (when these companies are most vulnerable).

Incubation programs come in many shapes and sizes, says the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA). Typically, they provide education, training, resources and shared work space. Almost all North American incubators are non-profits, with more than half sponsored by academic institutions or economic development organizations.

While most incubators are either “mixed use” or technology oriented, a few focus on niche markets. As this AARP article reports, Josie Lamonaco, 58, launched her Sicilian cookie business with the help of The Starting Block, a kitchen incubator in Hart, Michigan for nascent food businesses.

If you’re interested in joining an incubation program, expect to submit a business plan.  Also, be aware that most tenants are expected to “graduate” in three to five years. NBIA’s website has many resources, including this search tool you can use to locate…

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