I'm a newbie to QGIS. I have run into a thing I can not solve despite trying to search for a solution and working through the functions in the tool.
I have two layers I want to compare. One is filled with polygons, the other has polygons spread out. The first one is a map with real estate lots (pardon my English if this is not the right expression, what I mean is areas on the ground which is divided into different legal areas/entities). The second layer is houses.
What I want to have as a end result is a layer with the real estates where there are houses built upon them.
I've been looking for a function where I can compare the two layers and save all polygons from the first layer where there is a polygon in the second layer present. But so far I have only been able to find comparisons which cuts holes, find where there are intersections etc.