Florida Real Estate: Principles, Practices, and Law

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This new comprehensive Florida real estate book is designed to give you a solid understanding of current Florida real estate laws and practices. Unlike other books, you'll appreciate how the non-technical content is easier to understand by reinforcing your learning along the way with key terms, chapter summaries and extensive review questions. Most notably, you'll see how helpful the numerous "Coaching Tips" and "Math Buster" features are throughout each chapter building your confidence as you prepare to take the Florida real estate licensing exam. Two practice exams are included and simulate the actual real estate exam providing critical exam preparation. For even more practice on the real estate exam, use this book in conjunction with Thomson's FLORIDA REAL ESTATE EXAM PREP SMART GUIDE.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780324641134
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 7/2/2008
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 512
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Samuel Irlander is a licensed real estate professional in 44 states and has a Real Estate Broker license in many of these states. He has taught Pre-licensing for Salesperson and Brokers courses since 1981 for institutions such as the Real Estate Board of New York, New York University, New School, Hunter College, Baruch College, and the Long Island Board of Realtors. Mr. Irlander has also taught the Art of Negotiation at NYU and Administration of Real Property course (the last course in the Building Owners and Managers International (BOMI) five-year program required for the RPA Property Management designation. Mr. Irlander attended Brooklyn College.

Sam Irlander has written numerous courses for various institutions such as New York University, Real Estate Board of New York and Baruch College. These courses are approved NYCEM courses towards required continuing education credit. In addition, effective fall 1995, New York University appointed Mr. Irlander Adjunct Assistant Professor of Real Estate. In addition, he is currently a certified licensed Real Estate Instructor in the state of Florida where he teaches professionals Pre- and Post-Licensing courses. He has recently completed writing a continuing education textbook entitled Inside the Commercial Real Estate Transaction". He has also contributed to the editing and re-writing of the Textbook entitled "Modern Real Estate Practice in New York", 6th Edition."

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Table of Contents

1. The Real Estate Business. 2. License Law and Qualifications for Licensure. 3. License Law and Commission Rules. 4. Law of Agency - Relationships and Disclosures. 5. Operation of a Brokers Office. 6. Violations Complaints, Penalties and Procedures. 7. Federal and State Laws Affecting Housing. 8. Property Rights. 9. Title Deeds and Ownership Restrictions. 10. Legal Descriptions. 11. Real Estate Contracts. 12. Real Estate Finance. 13. Mortgage Market Operations. 14. Title Closing and Computations. 15. Valuation of Real Property. 16. Residential Product Knowledge. 17. Investing in Real Estate and Business Brokerage. 18. Taxes Affecting Real Estate. 19. The Real Estate Market. 20. Planning and Zoning. Glossary. Index.

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