subdivide


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Synonyms for subdivide

to separate into branches or branchlike parts

Words related to subdivide

form into subdivisions

divide into smaller and smaller pieces

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He advises that to get higher returns on your land, it is better to subdivide it and sell in smaller portions rather than as a block.
Reinecker, 74, got a notice from the county, saying if he subdivides his property he could be forced to give up his portion of the road for a trail.
CLIENT WHO HAS OWNED LAND FOR MANY YEARS NOW WISHES TO SUBDIVIDE THAT LAND INTO MULTIPLE PARCELS, AND THEN SELL THE PARCELS AT LONG-TERM CAPITAL GAIN RATES.
The partnership should not hire brokers or attempt to advertise or sell the property, maintain an office, spend significant time there, or subdivide, develop or improve any of the property before selling it.
While some owners choose to subdivide their vast tracts into mini ranches to recoup some of the operating costs, most ranches are not income generators.
Highly commended awards were made to Flight, a compact folding and nesting table, which demonstrated great flexibility and ease of operation, designed by Bruce High and distributed by Senator International; the Instant Space room divider, an ingenious horizontal screen housed within a moveable aluminium column that can deftly subdivide space, designed by Leon Wohlage Wernik Architects and distributed by Hemsley Associates; and the Snooze chair, a svelte curved and decorated leather seat on slim steel legs, designed by Fredrik Mattson and Stefan Borselius for Swedish furniture manufacturer Bla Station and distributed by In Form Furniture.
Upon the subsequent sale of the remaining property, the portion that the taxpayer did not subdivide produced capital gain.
After living there for several years he decided to subdivide some of the land and sell it off.
Subdivide and Conquer: A Modern Western, Bullfrog Films, (800) 543-3764
In scene after scene, Subdivide and Conquer attacks the root of western sprawl: the county commissions and local planning boards that made the ranchette the paragon of residential living and continue to join with business interests in sidling up to the trough of federal development subsidies.