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ISBN: 0-324-18747-5 Table of Contents
Preface. 1. Introduction to Real Estate. 2. Nature and Description
of Real Estate. 3. Rights and Interests in Land. 4. Forms of
Ownership. 5. Transferring Title. 6. Recordation, Abstracts, and
Written in a friendly tone and accessible Title Insurance. 7. Contract Law. 8. Real Estate Sales Contracts.
reading level, this text takes a more realistic and practical 9. Mortgage and Note. 10. Deed of Trust. 11. Lending Practices.
approach than its competitors. It is uniquely organized 12. The Loan and the Consumer. 13. Sources of Financing.
and follows the natural sequence 14. Types of Financing. 15. Taxes and Assessments. 16. Title
Closing and Escrow. 17. Real Estate Leases. 18. Real Estate
of events in a real estate transaction, allowing the Appraisal. 19. Licensing Laws and Professional Affiliations.
reader to more easily understand not only the terminology 20. The Principal-Broker Relationship: Employment. 21. The
of real estate, but also how a real estate transaction Principal-Broker Relationship: Agency. 22. Fair Housing, ADA,
transpires. Equal Credit, and Community Reinvestment. 23. Condominiums,
Cooperatives, PUDs, and Timeshares. 24. Land-Use Control.
25. Investing in Real Estate. Appendix A. Construction Illustrations
Supplements and Terminology. Appendix B. Real Estate Math Review. Appendix
Study Guide 0-324-27486-6 C. Measurement Conversion Table. Appendix D. Answers to Chapter
Audiotapes 0-324-20240-7 Questions and Problems. Index and Glossary.
Table of Contents
I. BASIC CONCEPTS OF REAL ESTATE. 1. Real Estate and the Economy. Residential Transactions:
2. Land: Its Characteristics and Acquisition. 3. Land Descriptions.
4. Estates, Interest, Deeds, and Title. II. THE ORDERLY PROCESS OF
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A SALE. 5. Contracts and Business Law. 6. Agency Law and Joseph E. Goeters,
Representation. 7. Listing the Property. 8. Marketing and Selling Houston Community College
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11. Closing Statements. III. OTHER ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE.
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Management. 15. Investment and Tax Aspects of Ownership.
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Law. 19. License Law. 20. Real Estate Math. Practice Examination.
Answer Key. Glossary. Index This multimedia guide portrays the
residential real estate transaction from beginning to end.
The interactive functions allow users to navigate through
Real Estate: An Introduction the transaction by following Pete and Paula through the
to the Profession, 9e intricacies of purchasing a home. As a result, the user
Charles J. Jacobus, REEA Distinguished gains a full understanding of what needs to be
Instructor, Lawyer, DREI, CREI, accomplished when buying or selling a home. From the
Houston Community College writing of a contract, to closing the transaction, this CD
1-Color, 496 pp., 2003 illustrates the entire process through a creative use of
video/audio, anecdotal comments, a pro/con feature of
each aspect and an explanation of real estate terms.
This is a paperback and condensed version of Real Estate
Principles. It prepares students to take the real estate
licensing examination. This best-selling book introduces
the fundamentals of real estate though a down to earth
writing style with aundant examples throughout.
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A Pocket Guide for Professionals An Official Selling Guide, 4e
Charles J. Jacobus, REEA Distinguished Barbara Nash-Price,
Instructor, Lawyer, DREI, CREI, Coldwell Banker Burnet Realty
Houston Community College 1-Color, 324 pp., 2001
Nora Olmos, Houston Community College
1-Color, 216 pp., 2004
http://jacobus.swlearning.com This book is written to help people go
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Charles Jacobus’ quick-reference dictionary with nearly Drawing on over 25 years of the author’s real estate
2000 terms in English covers all areas for real estate. experience, this motivational text covers everything a real
Comprehensive coverage, easy to find, simple explanations, estate agent needs to succeed in the business. Keying in
terminology used on licensing examinations, with several on the importance of achieving balance in one’s personal
illustrations and appendices make this book a must have and business life and being savvy to time management, it
for the practicing real estate agent, those preparing to exposes readers to the concepts, tools and techniques
become a real estate agent and consumers looking to necessary for entry level positions and beyond.
become more knowledgeable in the real estate field.
Real Estate Principles, 9e
Charles J. Jacobus, REEA Distinguished
Instructor, Lawyer, DREI, CREI,
Houston Community College
1-Color, 640 pp., 2003
One of the most popular real estate prelicensing texts on
the market! Completely updated, this best-selling
principles book introduces the fundamentals of Real
Estate unlike any other providing the user with a solid
understanding of the real estate industry. Jacobus uses a
readable yet authoritative approach making it a user-
friendly resource for acquiring the knowledge to pass the
licensing exam. As always, Jacobus highlights new and
expanding concepts in the field of real estate while
continually reinforcing the more stable concepts that
have been the cornerstone of American real estate
ownership. Key chapters dealing with the financial
aspects of real estate now include new information based
on current changes and trends in the marketplace—
Lending Practices, The Loan and the Consumer, Sources of
Financing, and Types of Financing—essential for
understanding the industry.
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