Essentials of Real Estate Economics

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South-Western/Thomson Learning, 2001 - Real estate business - 470 pages
Completely updaetd and one of the most direct and practical approaches to presenting the factors that cause real estate value to change. McKenzie and Betts have updated the fourth edition while adding graphics and coverage of contemporary topics. This text works well for individuals with little or no background in formal economics providing current information needed for a successful course in real estate economics for real estate agents, appraisers, and investors.

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Contents

2 3 Markets and Prices 18
2
Adam Smith Economic
34
4
50
Chapter 4
67
Chapter 5
94
What determines community location?
121
Learning to fight decay
192
Neighborhood Preservation
200
Possible future reforms
302
Tax Talk Say What
310
Local legislation
365
REAE ESTATE INVESTMEN
377
16 3 Estimating Price and Rates of Return
391
The steps in annual cash flow analysis 384 Chapter 17
406
Chapter 18
428
Chapter 19
446

What is a neighborhood? 181
228
In Retailing 253 Resource Development?
283
Property taxes and capitalized real estate
295
ANSWERS TO REVIEWING YOUR
463
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