California real estate finance
Newly revised and updated, this guide covers the most recent FHA/VA and CalVet guidelines, and includes real-life examples and scenarios for real estate licensees and broker license candidates. It provides clear, easy-to-grasp coverage of California-specific finance.
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Money and the Monetary System
Where do we get the money?
Semifiduciary and Nonfiduciary Sources
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