Florida Real Estate Law and Practice Explained is the go to reference book for the required knowledge to become a Florida real estate licensee. It follows the Florida Real Estate Commission syllabus for the Real Estate Sales Associate Pre-Licensing Course I detailing license law along with general real estate concepts and math. The nineteen section topics are broken down into the 122 topics that the Florida Real Estate Commission requires licensees to test for aptitude. Topics studied include: An Introduction to the Real Estate Business; License Law, Qualifications, and Commission Rules; Authorized Agency Relationships; Brokerage Procedures; Violations of Law; Fair Housing; Property Rights; Estates; Condominiums; Cooperatives; Time-Sharing; Titles; Deeds; Legal Descriptions; Real Estate Contracts; Mortgages; Closing Computations; Market Analysis; Appraisals; Investments; Business Brokerages; Taxes Affecting Real Estate; Planning; Zoning; and Environmental Issues. Real Estate Math computations are also explained including calculations of Leases; Lot size, Commissions, Loan-to-Value, Discount Points, Qualifying Ratios, Amortized Mortgages, Adjustable Rate Mortgages, VA Entitlement, Profit/Loss, Prorated Closing Figures, State Transfer Taxes, Vacancy/Occupancy Rates, Appraisals, Capitalization Rate, Income Property, Capital Gains, Tax Millage, Homesteaded Assessments, and Straight-Line Depreciation. This book is Volume 1 in the series: All Florida School of Real Estate - Real Estate Mastery.
Details Florida Real Estate Law and Practice Explained (All Florida School of Real Estate – Florida Real Estate Mastery) (Volume 1)
|Title||Florida Real Estate Law and Practice Explained (All Florida School of Real Estate – Florida Real Estate Mastery) (Volume 1)|
|Author||Pamela S. Kemper|
|Release Date||20th Aug 2016|
|Publisher||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|