Mastering Real Estate Principles: An Interactive Text
Mastering Real Estate Principles offers you a unique new way to study for your real estate license. Unlike traditional textbooks. Mastering Real Estate Principles is designed to allow you to interact with and master material quickly and efficiently. This innovative new learning system features the following study aids: More than 500 Diagnostic Exam Questions, with explanations help you pinpoint what you already know and what you need to learn to prepare for the licensing exam; more than 300 Examples bring practical concepts to life and illustrate the real world of real estate; more than 125 Hints, Tips and Notes are called out to help accelerate your progress; and a unique Study Tool Kit, located at the end of the book, contains a progress chart, list of abbreviations, summary of formulas, summary of laws and a math review to help you pass the licensing exam the first time.
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