Saturday, April 08, 2006

Agents' 'Acronyisms' Still Remain In Online Age

MILWAUKEE -- Charming house here, as U can C: the U has a BICC, a BIBC and even a FPLC.

The L and M? Briefly put, they're 2 good 2 miss.

Welcome to America's world of real estate marketing, where term limits prevail.

U, L and M stand for upper, lower and main -- the levels of a house. BICC is built-in china cabinet, BIBC is built-in bookcase and FPLC is fireplace.

"Acronyisms" is what Joan T. Seramur, president of Williams Realty in Minocqua, Wis., calls them.(Read More)

Source: Washington Post