Essentials of real estate finance

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Real Estate Education Co., 1979 - Business & Economics - 398 pages

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Contents

NATURE AND CYCLE OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE
1
PropertyThird Quarter 1978
4
Mortgage Debt Outstanding by Type of Holder
5
SingleFamily Homes Sold by Sales Price
6
Increase in Cost of Selected Materials Used in Construction
7
FIDUCIARY SOURCES FOR REAL ESTATE FINANCE
15
Mortgage Loans Outstanding by Type of Property
16
Mortgage Loans Outstanding on One to FourFamily Nonfarm Homes 19501977
17
GOVERNMENT INSURANCE AND GUARANTEES
95
Maximum Interest Rates Payable on Time and Savings Deposits
96
FSLIC Membership and Assets
99
FSLIC Reserves
100
Summary of FSLIC Insurance Settlement Cases
101
FHAlnsured Mortgage and Other Loans Made
102
Trend in FHA Interest Rate Ceilings
103
Subsidized Housing Starts
106

Mortgage Loans Outstanding on MultiFamily Residential Properties
18
Mutual Savings Banks
24
Major Holders of FHAlnsured and VAGuaranteed Residential Mortgage Debt
25
Residential Mortgage Loans Outstanding at YearEnd by Type of Lender
27
Assets of Savings Associations by Type of Charter
28
Permanent Stock Savings and Loan Associations
29
Mortgage Portfolio of All Savings Associations
30
Mortgage Portfolio of All Associations by Type of Property
31
Average Annual Cost of Savings at Major Financial Institutions
32
Relative Growth in Assets of U S Life Insurance Companies
33
Distribution of Assets of U S Life Insurance Companies
34
Mortgages Owned by U S Life Insurance Companies by State 1976
35
Number of Persons Covered by Major Pension and Retirement Programs in the United States
37
Exercise 2
41
Mortgage Banking Activity
47
Total Residential Mortgage Originations Six Institutions 19691974
48
Mortgage Bankers
49
Real Estate Trusts
51
Endowment Funds
57
NONFIDUCIARY SOURCES FOR REAL ESTATE FINANCE
63
Exercise 4
69
The Federal Reserve System
75
Organization of the Federal Reserve System
76
Prime Rate Charged by Banks
79
Rates on Business LoansAugust 7121978
80
Relation to Instruments of Credit Policy
82
The United States Treasury
83
Federal Home Loan Bank Districts
85
Membership of the FHLB System YearEnd 1977
86
FHLB Capital Stock
87
Assets of Association Members of the FH LB System
88
Interest Rate Ceilings on Savings at FHLB Members
89
VAGuaranteed Home Mortgage Loans
109
GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES IN THE SECONDARY
115
FN MA Activity
119
FNMA Auctions of Commitments to Buy Home Mortgages
122
GNMA Portfolio by Function
123
GNMA MortgageBacked Security Program
124
GNMA Tandem Plan Disbursements
125
FHLMC Operational Data
127
FHLMC Weekly Market Survey
128
FNMA and FHLMC Secondary Mortgage Market Activity
129
Exercise 7
132
OTHER GOVERNMENT REAL ESTATE FINANCE
135
Farm Credit System
138
Federal Land Banks and Associations
140
Production Credit Associations
142
Banks for Cooperatives
143
ANATOMY OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE INSTRUMENTS
153
SPECIAL PROVISIONS OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE
181
SENIOR INSTRUMENTS OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE
193
JUNIOR INSTRUMENTS OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE
213
ALTERNATIVE INSTRUMENTS OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE
225
LOAN PROCESSING IN REAL ESTATE FINANCE
249
Analysis of Title
267
DEFAULTS AND FORECLOSURES IN REAL ESTATE FINANCE
283
Real Estate Foreclosures
284
Summary Chart of Foreclosure Operations
293
MATHEMATICS IN REAL ESTATE FINANCE
305
CREATIVE REAL ESTATE FINANCE
337
Federal Home Financing Legislation
365
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
375
ANSWER KEY
389
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About the author (1979)

David Sirota is founder and Chairman Emeritus of Sirota Consulting, a firm with a national reputation for improving performance by systematically measuring and managing employee, customer, and community relationships. He previously served as IBM director of behavioral science research and application. Sirota has taught management at Cornell, Yale, MIT, and Wharton, and was a study director at the University of Michigan's Institute of Social Research. His work has been featured in "Fortune" and "The New York Times," He holds a doctorate in social psychology from the University of Michigan. Louis A. Mischkind has been involved with organizational effectiveness-research and practical application-for over 35 years. Prior to joining Sirota Consulting, he was Program Director of Executive Development at IBM, Advisor on Human Resources to the President of IBM's General Products Division, and in charge of opinion surveys and management assessment for IBM's technical community. He has taught courses in social and organizational psychology at New York University and holds a master's degree in experimental psychology from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in organizational psychology from New York University. Michael Irwin Meltzer joined Sirota Consulting full-time in 2001 as Managing Director, after serving as its General Counsel for 20 years. He has advised businesses ranging from financial consultancies and real estate developers to sales, distribution, and construction organizations. He has also served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Pace University, teaching business organizations, real-estate law, and trusts and estates. He holds a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School.
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