#51: Jargon Jeopardy

Fri Sep 14 2018 (13:45)

This week on our San Francisco real estate podcast Escrow Out Loud, we decide to play a game (since we recorded this edition on a holiday weekend).


[00:29] Britton is really, really good at Scrabble, but that is not what we are playing today. Today we are playing Jargon Jeopardy!


[02:31] “What is Jargon Jeopardy?”, you may ask. Well, follow along as we play and explain commonly used real estate acronyms.


A few highlights:

SFAR/MSI/PMI/CCR/HOA (Angry Dogs in Elevators and Overweight Chihuahuas)/CID/PUD/HO6/CRS/GRI/CFC/RRR/LOI/LTV/BMR...


Phew! We have a lot of jargon in real estate. And this was just a small sample!


[12:45] Finally, Matt and Britton debate the true meaning of LOL.


Thank you for joining us for this week’s episode. We hope you enjoyed tuning in and join us again next week!