Read Better, Remember More

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LearningExpress, 2000 - Business & Economics - 241 pages
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Knowledge of basic math and real estate specific math is an absolute must-have skill to pass any real estate licensing exam. Topics covered here include: percentages, list sales, net pricing, appreciation and depreciation, property transfer taxes, appraisal methods, amortization, commissions, pro-rating, estimating closing costs, and much more. Filled with easy to understand explanations and hundreds of practice exercises specifically focused on real estate situations.

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Contents

PreTest
1
Setting Yourself Up for Reading Success
11
PreReading Strategies
13
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Chesla is Director of the Technical & Professional Communication Program at Polytechnic University in New York.

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