Orientation


Definition of "Orientation"

Mary Lou Royce
Mary Lou Royce Weichert, Realtors - Howell

  1. Locating a structure after considering such factors as the homeowner's desired privacy, noise, wind, and sunlight.
  2. Position of a structure on a specific location relative to prevailing winds and sunlight.
  3. Familiarizing a newly hired employee in a real estate firm with the required knowledge. An example is" breaking-in " a new real estate broker with the general neighborhood.
  4. Employee's professional background such as computer knowledge.

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