Known for its accessible approach to real estate law and comprehensive state specific information, this introductory text is a favorite with California Broker candidates. The text explores the latest legal trends, including usng the Internet in practice, consumer protection, and markng liability. 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 * Exams and Answer Keys (PIN Access Only)If conflicting agreements are present, the last one in time generally governs because it indicates the final intent of the parties. For example, if a purchase agreement and later signed escrow instructions differ, the escrow instructions generally will ... An example of commercial frustration would be a lease that allowed the premises to be used only for the sale of new ... Even though a property owner agreed to the charge, a court would likely refuse to enforce the agreement as written.
|Title||:||California Real Estate Law|
|Author||:||William H. Pivar, Robert Bruss|
|Publisher||:||Dearborn Real Estate - 2002-11-01|