Real Estate Principles and Practices
Gorsuch/Prentice Hall, 2000 - Real estate business - 377 pages
Written in a friendly tone and easy reading level, this book takes a less academic approach than its competitors. It is responsible for generating great interest in rural areas and states with requirements under 90 hours.Uniquely organized and following the natural sequence of events in a real estate transaction, the book's coverage is divided into three parts -- basic real estate concepts, the olderly process of a sale, and other aspects of real estate.
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BASIC CONCEPTS OF REAL ESTATE
Real Estate and the Economy
ITS CHARACTERISTICS AND ACQUISITION
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