California's unique financing system makes it vital for real estate professionals to understand the many options available to homebuyers. Combining state specific information with sound finance principals, this easy to read text explores the impact of financial markets on real estate transactions and discusses the growing role of technology in financing. Chapters include: * Introduction * Lesson Assignments * Chapter One: Nature and Cycle of California Real Estate Finance. * Chapter Two: Money and the Monetary System * Chapter Three: Fiduciary Sources For Real Estate Finance. * Chapter Four: Semifiduciary and Nonfiduciary Sources for Real Estate Finance. * Chapter Five: Conventional, Insured and Guaranteed Loans. * Chapter Six: Federal and State Financial Regulations and Lending Programs. * Chapter Seven: Junior Real Estate Finance * Chapter Eight: Contemporary Real Estate Finance * Chapter Nine: Instruments of Real Estate Finance * Chapter Ten: Real Estate Loan Underwriting * Chapter Eleven: Processing Real Estate Loans * Chapter Twelve: The Secondary Mortgage and Trust Deed Markets. * Chapter Thirteen: Defaults and Foreclosures * Chapter Fourteen: Investment Financing Strategies * Chapter Fifteen: Mathematics of Real Estate Finance There are also exams and answer keys (PIN Access Only) plus a chapter quiz at the end of each chapter.... 264, 355 Late payment penalty, 264 Leasehold estate, 9 Leasehold lending, 223-226 credit loans, 224-225 defined, ... 32, M2, 32, M3, 32, Magna Carta, 3 Margin, 196 Market-data approach, 297-298 Market value, 293 Master trusts, 25 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||California Real Estate Finance|
|Author||:||Minnie Lush, David Sirota|
|Publisher||:||Dearborn Real Estate - 2003|