change hands

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Synonyms for change hands

be transferred to another owner

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The cheapest property to change hands in Warwickshire the same month was a flat in Nuneaton.
Michael Beyard, a senior resident fellow for the Urban Land Institute, said the sale made sense for the current owners, who looked to take advantage of the hot mall market that has seen The Oaks and Sherman Oaks Fashion Square change hands in the last year.
So each summer, about one-third of MTMC's 24 port terminal units change hands.
Within 15 years, 94,000 firms in this category will change hands.
The hotel has had myriad owners, and soon it will change hands again.
One of Britain's top insurance companies could be set to change hands for more than pounds 3billion.