Category:Holdout (architecture)

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地上げ屋 (ja); maison clou (fr); Spikhus (sv); Дом-гвоздь (ru); Nagelhaus (de); 알박기 (ko); real estate holdout (en); رفض (عقارات) (ar); 钉子户 (zh); Մեխ-տուն (hy) real estate whose owner won't give up rights (en); chinesischer Neologismus für ein Gebäude (de) nail house, holdout (en); 釘子戸 (ja); 土地投商 (zh)
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real estate whose owner won't give up rights
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A holdout or nail house is a piece of property that did not become part of a larger real estate development because the owner either refused to sell or the owner's asking price was not met. Like spite houses they generally do not conform to the surrounding properties, but the difference is in their timing: holdouts pre-date their surrounding properties, while spite houses were built afterwards.


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