Modern Real Estate Practice

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Author: Fillmore W. Galaty,Wellington J. Allaway,Robert C. Kyle

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate

ISBN: 9780793144280

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 531

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For more than forty years, Modern Real Estate Practice has set the industry standard for real estate education, with over 50,000 copies sold every year and over 3 million real estate professionals trained. Now, in this exciting new edition, Modern Real Estate Practice continues that tradition of excellence. Includes a test-building CD-ROM and URLs for key government and professional association websites.

Modern Real Estate Practice in Texas

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Author: Cheryl Peat Nance

Publisher: Real Estate Education Co

ISBN: 9780793126897

Category: Law

Page: 510

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Introducing students to the basic principles that apply to the practice of real estate as a profession, this text also highlights and explains laws, practices, terminology and applications specific to Texas.

Modern Real Estate Practice in New York

For Salespersons and Brokers

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Author: Edith Lank

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate

ISBN: 9780793142644

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 480

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"Modern Real Estate Practice in New York, 8th Edition is the latest update of the book that educates more New York real estate students than all of its competition combined. The book contains the material necessary for both salesperson and broker students. Some distinguishing features/benefits: * Margin notes to help students find key topics and crucial material. * An expanded math section to give students a better opportunity to ensure that their skills are ready for the real world. * More than 625 review questions. * Both salesperson and supplemental broker level chapters And more!

Modern Read Estate Practices

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Author: Fillmore W. Galaty

Publisher: Kaplan Publishing

ISBN: 9780793126774

Category: Business & Economics

Page: N.A

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Texas Real Estate Agency

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Author: Donna K. Peeples,John W. Reilly,Minor Peeples

Publisher: Real Estate Education Company

ISBN: 9780793127177

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 273

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Real Estate Exam Guide for ASI

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Author: William H. Pivar

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate Education

ISBN: 9780793125272

Category: Real estate agents

Page: 252

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A proven exam preparation guide for prospective real estate licensees, this book reflects actual ASI licensing exam style and content outlines. Over 650 practice questions cover all ASI topics.

American Universities and Colleges

Nineteenth Edition

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Author: Praeger

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 031336608X

Category: Education

Page: 1644

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Provides extensive information on approximately 1,900 institutions of higher education for students, their parents, college advisors, educators, and librarians.

Race and Real Estate

Conflict and Cooperation in Harlem, 1890-1920

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Author: Kevin McGruder

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231539258

Category: History

Page: 288

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Through the lens of real estate transactions from 1890 to 1920, Kevin McGruder offers an innovative perspective on Harlem's history and reveals the complex interactions between whites and African Americans at a critical time of migration and development. During these decades Harlem saw a dramatic increase in its African American population, and although most histories speak only of the white residents who met these newcomers with hostility, this book uncovers a range of reactions. Although some white Harlem residents used racially restrictive real estate practices to inhibit the influx of African Americans into the neighborhood, others believed African Americans had a right to settle in a place they could afford and helped facilitate sales. These years saw Harlem change not into a "ghetto," as many histories portray, but into a community that became a symbol of the possibilities and challenges black populations faced across the nation. This book also introduces alternative reasons behind African Americans' migration to Harlem, showing that they came not to escape poverty but to establish a lasting community. Owning real estate was an essential part of this plan, along with building churches, erecting youth-serving facilities, and gaining power in public office. In providing a fuller, more nuanced history of Harlem, McGruder adds greater depth in understanding its development and identity as both an African American and a biracial community.

Connecticut state legal documents

a selective bibliography

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Author: American Association of Law Libraries. Government Documents SIS.

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: History

Page: 31

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