Real Estate Law

Author: Peter E. Smirniotopoulos
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317650158
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Unlike existing textbooks written for law students on specific subjects impacting real estate transactions, Real Estate Law: Fundamentals for The Development Process uses "The Development Process" as a framework for understanding how the U.S. legal system regulates, facilitates, and generally impacts real estate transactions and their outcomes. This book not only addresses the nature of specific legal issues directly relating to real estate transactions but also how those issues may best be identified and addressed in advance. This book breaks down the myriad of laws influencing the selection, acquisition, development, financing, ownership, and management of real estate, and presents them in context. Readers of Real Estate Law will gain a practical understanding, from the perspective of a real property developer or real estate executive, investor, or lender, of: how to identify potential legal issues before they arise; when to involve a real estate attorney; how to select an attorney with the appropriate, relevant experience; and how to efficiently and economically engage and manage legal counsel in addressing real estate issues. Written as a graduate-level text book, Real Estate Law comes with numerous useful features including a glossary of terms, chapter summaries, discussion questions, further reading, and a companion website with instructor resources. It is a resource of great value to real estate and finance professionals, both with and without law degrees, engaged in one aspect or another of real estate development and finance, who want to become more conversant in the legal issues impacting these transactions.

Practical Real Estate Law

Author: Daniel F. Hinkel
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285965744
Size: 77.60 MB
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Gain a solid understanding of the role of today's real estate paralegal and the intricacies of real estate law and transactions using PRACTICAL REAL ESTATE LAW, 7th edition. This comprehensive resource provides students with clear explanations to help you understand the complexities of real estate law. The book's case-based approach explains legal principles using practical applications and the most current examples. Updates throughout this edition clarify the latest rulings and industry regulations, while case summaries illustrate how legal principles operate in today's world. New case problems and assignments offer practice in reading and analyzing case material. Meaningful discussions, checklists and well-illustrated forms guide students through all areas of modern real estate practice with an emphasis on important ethical concerns. Students develop a solid understanding of transactional real estate--from real estate contracts and brokerage relationships to surveys, title insurance, taxation and real estate finance as they relate to both residential and commercial processes. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Real Estate Law Fundamentals

Author: Alice Hart Hughes
Publisher: Pearson Higher Ed
ISBN: 0133146766
Size: 40.15 MB
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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. A hands-on approach to real estate law. Real Estate Law Fundamentals, 1e, covers the processes, procedures, and legal concepts involved in real estate transactions using a practical, hands-on approach. Students are actively engaged in the material through video scenarios, sample forms, case studies, and practice exercises, and legal concepts are presented with practical examples to make them easier to grasp. Written as both a teaching text and as a professional reference manual, the text offers a well rounded approach that demystifies the often confusing world of real estate transactions.

Fundamentals Of Sustainable Development

Author: Niko Roorda
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113516763X
Size: 38.45 MB
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The impact of development needs to be considered beyond the narrow focus of economic, ecological or social concerns. This new and expanded edition builds upon the first edition’s accessible and comprehensive overview of the challenges linked to striving for a sustainable, holistic approach to development. Providing a multifaceted approach to the subject in order to encompass what is referred to as ‘people, planet and profit’, this second edition provides a complete update of the text, with increased coverage of new and major topics including the Sustainable Development Goals and the circular economy. An interactive and complete educational tool, the book comes with a website containing exercises, learning goals and summaries for each chapter as well as over forty video clips. It also offers a ‘lecturer section’ which includes a PowerPoint to accompany every chapter, and answers and explanations to the exercises. This stimulating book is an invaluable resource for students and lecturers in all disciplines who have an interest in the sustainability of our planet, and our human society and economy.

Principles Of Real Estate Practice In Massachusetts

Author: Stephen Mettling
Publisher: Performance Programs Company
ISBN: 0915777134
Size: 30.52 MB
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Principles of Real Estate Practice in Massachusetts contains the essentials of the national and Massachusetts real estate law, principles, and practices necessary for basic competence as a real estate professional and as mandated by Massachusetts license law. It is based on our highly successful and popular national publication, Principles of Real Estate Practice, which is in use in real estate schools nationwide. The text is tailored to the needs of the pre-license student. It is designed to - make it easy for students to learn the material and pass their real estate exam -prepare students for numerous career applications -stress practical, rather than theoretical, skills and knowledge. Principles of Real Estate Practice in Massachusetts is streamlined, direct and to-the-point. It includes multiple learning reinforcements. It has a student-oriented organization, both within each chapter and from chapter to chapter. Its examples and exercises are grounded in the authors’ many years in real estate education. Table of Contents Principles of Real Estate Practice in Massachusetts The Real Estate Business Rights in Real Estate Interests and Estates Ownership Encumbrances and Liens Transferring and Recording Title to Real Estate Real Estate Leases Land Use Planning and Control Legal Descriptions Real Estate Contract Law Agency Listing Agreements The Brokerage Business Contracts for the Sale of Real Estate Real Estate Market Economics Appraising and Estimating Market Value Real Estate Finance Real Estate Investment Real Estate Taxation Ethics: Laws and Practices Closings Real Estate Licensing and Regulation Risk Management Property Management Massachusetts Licensing Regulation Requirements Governing Licensees Transaction-Related Issues Licensee Disclosures; Consumer Protection Massachusetts Agency Landlord-Tenant Relations Environmental Concerns & Hazards Housing Regulations Real Estate Mathematics and Formulas Glossary of Residential Style and Construction Terms Glossary of General Real Estate Terms Index

Fundamentals Of Real Estate Investments

Author: Austin J. Jaffe
Publisher: South-Western Pub
ISBN: 9780324139921
Size: 45.88 MB
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This book provides an introduction to the real estate investment process, including the basics of the investment decision, the environment in which the investment decision is made, the development of cash flow statements, and the applications of various investment criteria. Includes recent developments in computerized real estate investments.

Fundamentals Of Plan Making

Author: Edward J. Jepson, Jr.
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317688538
Size: 28.41 MB
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Urban and regional planning programs aspire to prepare practitioners to write and implement plans, primarily at the local level of government. These programs are very much "professional" in their aspirations, as opposed to research oriented. Yet, academic planning programs often place greater emphasis on theory than practice. For decades, the planning academy has acknowledged a major disconnect between what the planning academy teaches students and the techniques and skills needed to be a successful professional practitioner. Fundamentals of Plan Making will give planning students an understanding of research design as it applies to planning, develop familiarity with various data sources, and help them acquire knowledge and the ability to conduct basic planning analyses such as population projections, housing needs assessments, development impact analyses, and land use plans. Students will also learn how to implement the various citizen participation methods used by planners and develop an appreciation of the values and roles of practicing planners. In Fundamentals of Plan Making, Edward Jepson and Jerry Weitz bring their extensive experience as practicing academics and give planning students the practical, hands on tools they need to implement the various methods used to create and implement real plans and policies. Its chapters on transportation, housing, environment, economic development and other core development topics also make it a handy reference for planning practitioners. For errata to the first printing, please use the following link: www.routledge.com/9781138024366

How To Flip A House

Author: Brant Phillips
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781494994983
Size: 72.93 MB
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Everyone Wants to Flip A House! Buying, renovating and selling a house for profit, known as Flipping, is one of the most exciting ways to make money in Real Estate. There are potentially HUGE PAYDAYS waiting for you if you do it the right way, and certainly pitfalls along the way without proper guidance. It all boils down to knowing the fundamentals of this process. Once you learn the "7 Fundamentals of a Highly Successful Flip", you can implement these techniques and systems into your own business to produce these wealth building results for yourself. Brant Phillips Walks You Step-by-Step through the Complete Flipping Process INCLUDING: Developing a Winning Mindset Creating Deal Flow Evaluating Deals Estimating Repairs Financing Rehabbing Flipping the deal And a whole lot more! This book was written for first time flippers as well as experienced investors, so everyone is certain to take away valuable knowledge to apply to their own business. So come along with Brant as he shows you how to master each of the "7 Fundamentals of a Highly Successful Flip" so you can grow your own real estate flipping business.

Fundamentals Of Intellectual Property Law

Author: Stephen M. McJohn
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781634252539
Size: 35.84 MB
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This absorbing textbook for non-lawyers is a "friendly introduction" and survey of intellectual property law and its applications. It covers the law, of course, but is equally about authors, artists, inventors, and entrepreneurs - and how intellectual property law affects them. Giving the lay of the land by examining the fundamental pillars of copyrights, patents, and trademarks, along with more far-reaching topics, it uses entertaining examples and provocative questions to explain the precepts and encourage exploration.