This workbook matches the content and chronology of the New York state required syllabus for preparing for the New York Real Estate Broker's License. Focused exclusively on broker required information (and not co-mingled with information covered in the salesperson's syllabus), it follows the NYS syllabus exactly --including order of presentation, learning objectives, key terms, and outline of material. A host of interactive learning experiences not only helps students learn, review, and retain required information, but to practice applying the concepts and taking the actual licensing exam. Covers such topics as: Broker Supervising an Office in Compliance with License Law; Broker Supervising Compliance with Agency Law; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Investments; Real Estate Property Management; Conveyance of Real Property; Subdivision and Development; Taxes and Assessments; Title Closing and Costs; Real Estate Appraisal; Construction; and Real Estate Math. Includes a Sample New York Broker Licensing Exam. For anyone preparing for the New York Real Estate Broker License exam.
Marcia Darvin Spada is the owner of the Albany Center for Real Estate Education, a New York-licensed proprietary school. A professional educator, Marcia teaches real estate and has developed curricula for numerous real estate courses used widely in colleges, real estate related organizations, and proprietary schools throughout New York. She is the author of several Cengage Learning books including New York Real Estate for Salespersons, New York Real Estate for Brokers, Cram for the Exam: Your Guide to Passing the New York Real Estate Broker Exam and Cram for the Exam: Your Guide to Passing the New York Real Estate Salesperson Exam, New Jersey Real Estate, Environmental Issues for Real Estate, and The Home Inspection Book: A Guide for Professionals. Spada has a B.A. and an M.A. in English from the State University of New York at Albany and a B.S. in Real Estate Studies from Empire State College.
Introduction: Your Career in Real Estate. 1. The Broker's Office—Operation, Management, and Supervision. 2. Real Estate Agency Disclosure. 3. Real Estate Finance II. 4. Real Estate Investments. 5. General Business Law. 6. Construction and Development. 7. Conveyance of Real Property and Title Closing. 8. Real Estate Property Management. 9. Taxes and Assessments. 10. Real Estate Math. Appendix: Sample New York Broker Licensing Exam. Glossary. Index.