Real Estate Principles

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Dearborn Financial Pub., 1999 - Real estate business - 492 pages
This leading textbook for the college introductory real estate principles course is a comprehensive, well written text known for its easy to understand and practical approach to the principles of real estate. Highlights include: * Instructor Resources available online, including a PowerPointpresentation. * "Real Estate Today" advisory boxes analyze specificlegal cases and controversial issues in the industry. * A recurring case study is woven thoughout the book,highlighting the decision process in a typical realestate transaction. * "Close Ups", "Legal Highlights" and "Case Studies"appear thoughout to provide "real world"applications of the concepts. * Contains a student study guide CD ROM withinteractive case studies.

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Charles F. Floyd received a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is associate professor of real estate and urban development at the University of Georgia. He has published widely in the areas of real estate market analysis, regional economic growth, and land use planning. Dr. Floyd has held research consultantships with such organizations as the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce; the Federal Highway Administration; and the Department of Transportation of the State of Pennsylvania. His publications include a number of books and monographs, including Real Estate Principles, Economic Profile of the Coastal Plains Region, and Highway Beautification: The Environmental Movement's Greatest Failure.

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