Famous Real Estate Quotes


Buy real estate in areas where the path exists…and buy more real estate where there is no path, but you can create your own.
- David Waronker

Don’t stretch yourself too much with a mortgage. Buy within your means.. it’s not worth the sleepless nights. – Sarah Beeny

No real estate is permanently valuable but the grave. - Mark Twain

What we call real estate - the solid ground to build a house on - is the broad foundation on which nearly all the guilt of this world rests. - Nathaniel Hawthorne

Real estate is my life. It is my day job, if you will. But it consumes my nights and weekends, too. - Ivanka Trump

Golf courses sell real estate and that's why they're built. - Ed McMahon

For me the greatest source of income is still movies. Nothing - stocks, financial speculation, real estate speculation or businesses - makes more money for me than making movies. - Jackie Chan

Property is organized robbery. - George Bernard Shaw

Property is intended to serve life, and no matter how much we surround it with rights and respect, it has no personal being. It is part of the earth man walks on. It is not man. - Martin Luther King, Jr.

As people seek to improve their living environment, there will be continuous demand for residential property. Investment in real estate market should have reasonable prospects in the long run. - Li Ka Shing

It is preoccupation with possession, more than anything else, that prevents men from living freely and nobly. - Bertrand Russell

The recognition of private property has really harmed Individualism, and obscured it, by confusing a man with what he possesses. It has led Individualism entirely astray. It has made gain, not growth its aim. So that man thought that the important thing is to have, and did not know that the important thing is to be. - Oscar Wilde

My body and spirit are the only things that truly belong to me. - Carrie Latet

Whenever there is a conflict between human rights and property rights, human rights must prevail. - Abraham Lincoln

Our houses are such unwieldy property that we are often imprisoned rather than housed by them. - Henry David Thoreau