California Real Estate Practice

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Cengage South-Western, 2005 - Business & Economics - 527 pages
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This new text explains the body of real estate law and real estate ethics that are important to the day-to-day practice of real estate with an emphasis on fair housing, full-disclosure and laws governing real estate licensees. It also teaches users how to perform important real estate procedures such as filling out a listing agreement, preparing presentation packages, as well as the real estate practitioner?s role in procedures including obtaining escrows, tax and title information and financing. Finally, the many employment options for California real estate professionals are explained in detail. This text is for a pre-licensing course California Real Estate Practice.

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Robert L. Herd has significant experience in real estate office management having been a licensed California broker since 1974 and holds the Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager (CRB), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and Graduate, REALTORS Institute (GRI) designations. Following his first management position in Burlingame, CA, he opened his own company, a Century 21 franchise and earned every honor Century 21 offered over the next several years. He later sold the company in the mid 80's and began working as a branch manager for one of the larger residential firms eventually managing over 84 sales associates at one time. Bob has held Branch Manager positions for three of the top California companies including Coldwell Banker, Cornish & Carey and Fox & Carskadon where he also held a Regional Manager's position prior to its sale to the National Realty Trust. Bob is currently a branch manager for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and can be contacted at

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