Real estate transactions
This book is for the person who wants to learn how real estate is bought, sold, financed & developed ų & the points at which legal rules & institutions make a difference. This Third Edition is considerably shorter than the Second Edition, but still covers a broad range of subject matter. Arranged in clearly labeled, self-contained chapters, it allows maximum flexibility for professors to tailor assignments to the needs of various courses. Various second& third-year courses for which this book is useful include: TeacherĘs Manual will be available for Fall, 200 classes.
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BUYING AND SELLING REAL ESTATE IN THE UNITED
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