CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE BOOKS
Real Estate Principles - 12th ed.
An ideal introductory text for beginning real estate students and an excellent study guide for those taking the state license exam.
|California Real Estate Practice 6th Ed.
Provides the person interested in a career as a real estate broker with basic information pertinent to the various aspects of real estate practice.
|Real Estate Appraisal 3rd Ed. (Principles and Procedures)
This text is not only designed for students who wish to pursue real estate appraisal as a career, but also for other real estate professionals, such as brokers, salespeople, and loan officers, who can benefit from understanding why one property is worth more than another. This book covers a 60 hour course as recommended by the 2008 Appraisal Foundation Requirements.
|Property Management, 5th ed.
Designed as a primary textbook for property management courses, it will inform and inspire both novice and experienced property managers.
|Real Estate Finance, 7th ed.
A simple, step-by-step guide to understanding the real estate finance process, from credit scoring, to filling out a loan application, to closing the loan.
Economics, 4th ed.
Key economic topics are emphasized in a simple, easy-to-read format. Probable outcomes of real estate decisions are explained, and trends from which one can make wiser money-making decisions are identified.
Real Estate Law, 7th ed.
Legal concepts are simplified, and relevant Internet sites have been added. This textbook is not only excellent for real estate beginners, but also an essential review and reference book for buyers, sellers, and their agents.
|Real Estate Computer Applications
This text covers the very simple basics of computer skillls and progresses to the more complex tasks such as downloading information, forms, and using real estate-specific software for accounting, property management, escrow, and more.
|Mortgage Loan Brokering
Designed to provide students with broad technical knowledge of state and federal laws which govern mortgage loan brokerage and lending in California.
|Escrow 1: An Introduction, 4th ed.
A complete introductory course designed for beginning students who have limited business and legal knowledge. Basic escrow theory is explained as simply as possible without sacrificing thoroughness or clarity.
Law, 3rd ed.
Covers important areas of law relating to California consumers and business persons. Unlike other business law textbooks, it focuses on California court cases.
|Homeowner's Association Management
As the number of CIDs and HOAs grows, so too does the need for professional property managers who specialize in this field. To take advantage of these increasing opportunities, you must be well-versed in both national and state-specific laws, both of which are covered in this textbook.
|How To Pass
The California R.E. Exam 7th - The Interactive Edition.
Designed to test the knowledge already acquired through completion of a Principles of Real Estate course. Includes six practice exams.
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