Uses a real estate environment model to help students organize and understand basic real estate principles. Gives a comprehensive overview of the profession. Presents the organization of the profession's component parts. Demonstrates how these various segments fit together and interrelate. Includes suggested readings, glossary, subject index, chapter summaries, list of key terms, an index and appendices.
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DEVELOPING A PERSPECTIVE
Real Estate Business Environment
REAL ESTATE FUNDAMENTALS
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