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Chapter 13 key terms:
Acceleration Clause- A contract provision that allows a lender to require a borrower to repay all or part of an outstanding loan if certain requirements are not met.
Ad Valorem Taxes-is a tax based on the value of real estate or personal property. It is typically imposed at the time of a transaction, as in the case of a sales tax or value-added tax (VAT).
Assessment-the evaluation or estimation of the nature, quality, or ability of someone or something.
Assignment of Rents Clause- is a provision in a deed of trust or mortgage.
Bearer- a person who presents a check or other order to pay money.
Bona Fide Purchaser for Value- referred to more
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estimate of value. Usually, only one set of classified date (i.e. the Market Data Approach), will be all that is necessary to estimate the value of a piece of real estate. The appraiser's conclusion of the value of the property must be supported and documented by data gathered.
6. Issue the report. The written report can be in any one of three formats, depending on the needs of the person or institution requesting the report.
Three Appraisal Report Formats
(A) The Restricted form is quick and easy. It is used by a buyer or seller who doesn't want to pay much for the report and is only looking for a simple statement of value. Though the report is relatively simple, the gathering of
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Real Estate Experience Paper
The real estate industry is an ever changing market. It has been around for millions of years, either in the form of barter or the real estate we know today. This paper is to serve the purpose of informing the reader more on the emergence of this career between the years of 1883 and 1908 and the personal experience of a realtor entering the more current market.
3. At the start of the twentieth century, The United States was recovering from the worst depression yet. Many people left their homes in search for a better life. This was a huge motivating factor to rehabilitate the real
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1. Contact With the Broker
From internet research, I got some brokers’ phone number. However, no one would want to help me in the beginning. After talking with professor, I changed my method by going to the agents. Citi Habitats is one of the largest real estate broker agents in New York City. I have learned this agent from the internet research I did during making the phone calls, so I decided to visit this agent first. I checked all the locations of this agent and listed them down. To choose the agent go visit is another tricky part, because people normally do not want to do extra works in a very busy environment. I chose a Citi Habitats on the upper west of Manhattan. This place is not
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Real Estate and Financial Upheaval before/during and after the crash of 2008
1.0 Background 2
2.0 Real Estate Bubble 3
3.0 Contributors to the bubble 4
4.0 Monetary Policies before/during the crash 5
5.0 Shadow Banking Systems and Financial risks 6
6.0 Mortgage brokers and real estate brokers 7
7.0 During and after the crisis 8
8.0 Conclusion 9
Real estate is industry is one of important industry that fuels economic growth in the US. It is accounted for 10% of US economic output. This 10% comprises not only owning homes but also employment numbers, and overall consumer consumption. We spend a lot of
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Since 2005, real estate problem has become a hot topic, when two meetings convened life during, the central and local governments offer some corresponding measures, but also makes the real estate problem into hot issues the top spot. Real estate to measure a country's economy lost the rise.
Real estate industry continues to heat up to China's economy will surely caused significant effects that have positive and negative. When the rise in house prices range in control and its influence will when outweigh the costs, conversely when house prices do not control, its influence will do more harm than good.
Real estate prices question has been one of the
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* Construction cost (Jun-10): USD 432.62m (Dec-09: USD 339.47m, Jun-09: USD 272.36m); construction cost is included in property under development.
* Financial assets available for sale (Jun-10): USD 32.40m ( Dec-09: USD 33.12m, Jun-09: USD 37.12m);
* Financial assets at fair value through profit or loss (Jun-10) : USD 28.59m ( Dec-09: USD 32.65m);
* Ajail did not provide any dividend for FY-2008 & FY-2009.
* Ajail Real Estate and Entertainment Company is a shareholding company established on 26 October 1996 and is based in Safat, Kuwait. The Company is engaged in real estate contracting and entertainment activities, as well as related real
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Real Estate Land Use definitions
Land Use & Climate: The idea that land use directly affects climate and weather. It proposes that land use, population growth, and the increased sprawl of development can be a contributing factor in how the climate or weather will be like in the near future.
Incrementalism: It is necessary to accept the realities of the processes by which planning decisions are taken; essentially incrementalist approach replaces grand plans by a modest step by step approach which aims at realizable improvements to an existing situation. It is a method of successive limited comparisons’ of circumscribed problems and actions to deal with them.
Impact Fees: A charge
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Three considerations are important and unique about applying the
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Today man’s scientific knowledge is very wide and highly advanced. It has helped him to discover and invent many things for his ease, comfort and efficiency. Computer is the latest and most brilliant child of science.
A computer is a programmable machine designed to sequentially and automatically carry out a sequence of arithmetic or logical operations. The particular sequence of operations can be changed readily, allowing the computer to solve more than one kind of problem.
A computer system consists of hardware and software. Computer software is a collection of computer programs and related data that provide the instructions for telling a computer what to do
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Step1. Descriptive statistics.
In this part, we did some basic summary of housing price and the effect from size, area, number of rooms and agency.
First of all, we analyzed the relationship between price and size of the house, excluding the effect from Area.
From the graph above, we can see that there is a significant positive linear relation between the price and the size of the house. Moreover, for houses in Dallas houses tend to be priced higher than the other two areas. But our two samples are priced reasonably according to the graph since there isn’t a significant deviation from the fit line.
House 125 Analysis (Fort Worth)
From the regression equation, we can write
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My subject property is located at 163 Woodridge Circle, New Canaan, CT 06480. The property is located in the Fairfield County town of New Canaan, CT—an affluent Connecticut town located about an hour drive north of New York City off of Route 1. The property is listed at $3.75 Million and boasts 6B, 7Ba on about 6,100 Sq ft with an in-ground pool and hot tub. The house was built in 2004 on 2 acres and has had only one owner.
Through my research to determine whether or not this house was the most appropriate purchase for me and my family, I investigated 3 similar 2-acre properties that were recently sold within the neighborhood—162 Woodridge Circle (1958), 124 Woodridge Circle (2013), and
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C.H.I.N.A.: ‘Cheap House Is Not Allowed’
Will China’s real estate bubble burst?
Since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2007, China has faced some critical problems linked with the excess of liquidity in its internal market, due to the stimulus plan launched by the Government to soften the effects of the crisis. As a result China is now fighting against a high rate of inflation (especially food prices) and a high cost of property. While the inflation issue has been partially solved in the first term of this year, the fear for the real-estate market trend is still alive.
This essay aims to critically analyse the real estate market in China, which is also strictly linked with
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executor as well as carefully designate your beneficiaries. In essence, estate tax is the federal governments method of imposing a tax on property when transferred to a beneficiary upon death of the owner. This tax includes but is not limited to insurance, business interests, annuities, real estate, trusts, cash, and securities (irs.gov). These assets or interests that have been accumulated up to the date of death make up what is called the Gross Estate (irs.gov). Valuation of the Gross Estate is an important aspect of the estate tax process since it is an important measurement in order to determine whether the estate qualifies to be taxed or not. The Internal Revenue Table of Basic Exclusion
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2. Net rental real estate income (loss) 0
3a. Other Gross rental income (loss) 0
b. Expenses from other rental activities 0
c. Other net rental income (loss) 3b-3a 0
4. Interest income 2,000
5. Dividends: a Ordinary dividends 500
bQualified dividends 500
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salary plus liberal fringe benefits. After taxes, John earns about $400,000 to $600,000 more per year than he and Jane spend. The balance of John's wealth includes two homes (a main residence and a vacation home) worth a combined $2.7 million; $1.7 million in his 401(k) plan; cash assets and a stock and bond portfolio totaling $1.8 million; $2.9 million in income-producing real estate; and $300,000 in sundry assets. There also is $6.2 million in insurance on John's life that is now owned by an irrevocable life insurance trust (ILIT). This insurance includes a $1.2 million whole life policy and $5 million in 10-year term insurance with six years remaining in the term.
This first thing
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Robert W. MOSER, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Mary BERTRAM, Defendant-Appellee
SUPREME COURT OF NEW MEXICO
115 N.M. 766; 858 P.2d 854; 1993 N.M. LEXIS 221; 32 N.M. St. B. Bull. 693
August 10, 1993, Decided
OPINION BY: FROST
This appeal from a summary judgment requires us to determine whether a real estate seller's agent owes a fiduciary duty to a prospective purchaser when the seller's agent and the purchaser's real estate agent work for the same real estate broker. The district court held that there is no such fiduciary duty, and we agree.The material facts are undisputed. Plaintiff-appellant Robert Moser, an individual from California interested in purchasing investment realty in New
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) Political Risk
- What type of government system is in place
- Nationalization of major industries
- Reduction of foreign interest in local business ventures
D) Real Estate Markets
- Liquidity of real estate
- Current vacancy rates/occupancy rates
- Number of real estate properties owned by global companies
- Real estate turnover rates (how often are properties sold and converted to new business
- Cost of buying versus leasing commercial real estate
3. Why does the Hard Rock put such serious effort into its location analysis?
Location decisions for Hard Rock Café begin with a global view which involves
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ING Real Estate Investment Management Australia
Creating value through innovative new investment products and global expansion
Welcome to the April 2006 Update for ING Real Estate Investment Management Australia. Our business forms part of ING Real Estate, the largest integrated real estate organisation in the world. In Australia, we manage five listed and three unlisted property funds on behalf of over 55,000 investors. Many of you are familiar with us through your investment in ING Industrial Fund or ING Office Fund, both of which have successfully utilised ING Real Estate’s extensive global network to source quality assets in some of
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SMOR's Real Estate
SMOR's Real Estate
Real estate is an active interest of mine that I decided to pursue as a career. This is a hard business to start. I am deciding whether to open my own firm or buy into an established firm. The Raleigh/Durham North Carolina, area appears to be rebounding from the recession in the housing market. The Raleigh/Durham area was listed as one of the best places to live. This has attracted people and companies. Many companies have made Raleigh/Durham their company headquarters. Some examples are Progress Energy, Red Hat, LORD Corporation, and Bayer Crop Science. Making an area a corporate headquarters causes an influx of upper level jobs
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Qualitative and Quantitative investigation of property prices in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities of India.
The research proposal is carried out to make a dissertation on real estate. It mainly states, reviews and analyses the various articles and cases on changes in property prices, investors view and motive of the tier 1, 2 and 3 cities of India. The objective was to learn the present scenario
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Ireland Financial Crisis
Introduction of Ireland Financial Crisis 怡萱 The Impacts of the Crisis e pacts o t e C s s Relief Program Relief Program Unified European Bonds Conclusion 婉婷 軒敏 佩宜
y •Economy Boom •Investors jump in the markets •Real estate market was thriving
EU carried out Low Interest Rate policy EU carried out “Low Interest Rate” policy
Ireland was full of “Cheap Fund”
Government tried to Promote Real Estate Government tried to “Promote Real Estate” The bank lend money to people who want to buy house with low rate
The real estate market thrived rapidly Th l t t k t th i d idl
•Real Estate market declined •Irish banks could not retrieve
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networks to locate prospects for loans.Submit applications to credit analysts for verification and recommendation.Review loan agreements to ensure that they are complete and accurate according to policy.Meet with applicants to obtain information for loan applications and to answer questions about the process.Explain to customers the different types of loans and credit options that are available.Approve loans within specified limits, and refer loan applications outside those limits to management for approval.First Team Real Estate, Huntington Beach, CA March 2001 - September 2006R/E RealtorCoordinate appointments to show homes to prospective buyers.Confer with escrow companies and lenders to
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capitalized costs of real estate projects shall be assigned to individual components of the project based on specific identification. If specific identification is not practicable, capitalized costs shall be allocated as follows: Land cost and all other common costs including the costs of amenities shall be allocated to each land parcel benefited. Allocation shall be based on the relative fair value before construction” (Codification, 970-360-30-1). We have allocated common costs and amenities between lots A, B, and C. Lot D is an amenity that will be owned by the homeowners’ association made up of the property owners of lots A, B, and C, and was therefore included as a cost to be allocated
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debt and equity, the cost of capital (cost of capital, another key financial metric), exceeds the return on assets. When your cost of capital exceeds your return on assets, your business is financially inefficient and destroying invested capital.
In the mortgage example above, if the return on assets on the house is 5% per year and the mortgage interest rate is 5%, the cost of capital would be 9% (calculated using this formula). This excludes taxes and the current poor real estate market performance, which, when combined, would increase the gap between return on assets and cost of capital even further.
This real estate investment would destroy capital because the cost of capital of 13% is
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worth learning about and possibly implementing into an investment portfolio.
Futures are also not recommended for the novice investor. Futures are legally binding obligations that require the seller of the contract to make delivery and the buyer of the contract will receive the delivery of assets at a given time and date. Futures are generally used for hedging purposes, which is a strategy used to reduce risks.
Another investment besides securities is property investments. This includes real property (buildings and land) and tangible property (gold, antiques, artwork, and other collectibles). Real estate has become popular investments in recent years and the potential for high returns
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PHILIPPINE REAL ESTATE BUBBLE
A Demand and Supply Analysis
ANTONETTE ANGELINE ALBAN
WILFRED JEROME LEJANO
KENNETH RAY QUINTANA
ARA LAIZA ROLDAN
In partial fulfilment of the requirements for
BA201 ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
First Trimester 2015 - 2016
JOEL C. YU, Ph.D.
University of the Philippines
Cesar E.A. Virata School of Management
a. Statement of the Problem .............................................................
b. Background of the Study and Market Trends ................................
1. 1997 Asian Financial Crisis
2. The Late 2000 US Property Bubble
3. Real Estate Market Trends
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even be needed. Planning is the ongoing process for developing the business’ mission and objectives and trying to determine how they will be accomplished. The main plan or goal for the real estate development I worked for was to sell a percentage of condominiums before breaking ground, if this percentage was not meant it would either hold back the process of the development or cancel the project, which meant a big loss and disappointed in our clients. We had many projects and in each project there are project mangers which are in charge of making other goals to satisfy the main business goal of reaching the percentage of sells.
“Organizing is assembling and coordinating the human, financial
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Corporations help shape the policy of our elected politicians, referring to both Appendix A and B, one can clearly see that the construction and real-estate industries, along with related companies is a strong force, providing much of a candidates funding. If elected individuals did not in turn provide benefits to their campaign benefactors, either on purpose or through their personal campaign platform, they would likely not receive as much money from corporations in their next political venture, and thus increase their chances of loss against competing individuals. This creates a sort of ‘vicious-circle’ where politicians rely on donations to help secure votes, an the private sector companies
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Learning Team A will use a regression test approach to test the null hypothesis of the research using the data sets presented in appendix one. The data studied is from data is from the Real Estate data set (Lind, Marchal, & Wathen, 2008). First the team will develop a research question and formulate a null and alternative hypothesis statement. Next the team will perform the five-step hypothesis test and analyze the results of the test. Last, the team will provide explanation of the test to determine if the hypothesis were accepted or rejected. Learning Team D would like to determine if the number of bedrooms has an effect on the price of the home’s value. The
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protect environment and transforming real estate market substantially. India’s National Housing Bank (NHB) – India’s state-owned housing financial institution has projected that India's real estate sector is expected to surpass US$ 150 Billion industry by 2020, building on initiatives such as smart city mission. Green buildings being a special segment of the real estate industry as whole and ongoing trends of promotion of sustainable development, a substantial party of the real estate market is going to be in green building sector. As per the industry estimates, for the new buildings, India’s green building market is projected to be in the range of US$ 30 Billion to US$ 40 Billion. Almost three
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estate or any other funds. Investment management team of Secura constitutes expert professionals who can manage investments in real estate, finance, construction etc. In addition to Investment services, Secura does Leasing of spaces, professional fund management and also project management services. Being the India’s first Shariah compliant real estate Venture Capital Fund, Secura stands as a unique identity in the Shariah compliant financial model in India.
With steady growth rate and Islamic banking is galloping all over the world and is ready to gain enough momentum in India. It is a widely accepted financial system having much significance in many of the western countries with a
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most of the tax incentives for real estate investment. In order to maintain its reputation, MC continued to invest in Real Estate development activities till the market collapsed in 1990. MC started focusing on contract and management opportunities that required less capital. This along with a complete halt of real estate operations helped MC to improve from its position in 1990 but it was not still very far from its former glory.
Bollenbach had served as treasurer of MC in the early 1980s and returned to MC as CFO in February 1992. His proposed solution to bring MC out of its troubles is “Project Chariot”. Under Project Chariot, MC would become two separate companies. One of the companies
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Soc.120 Real Estate/Property Management
Instructor: Richard Abshier
August 26, 2012
Rental Apartments and Homes, Management
In apartment and housing rentals the management and staff deal with all kinds of people from vendors, contractors, tenants, and possible tenants. The management and staff must conduct themselves in an ethical manner. As in life sometimes, have to bite our tongues, as not to offend anyone, you should also remember that any information obtained is private should be kept private. Never give this information to another tenant or client. Your integrity and the company that you work for is very important. putting the ethics and integrity at risk
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result will be a well balance asset allocation that is representative of moderate risk tolerance. James and Lucy currently hold over one million dollars in real estate and have a relatively small equities portfolio. The Anderson’s IRAs and non-retirement assets are concentrated in small and mid cap growth and cash.
James and Lucy have a significant income and monthly net cash flow. We recommend that you begin contributing to your retirement and non-retirement accounts as soon as possible.
The specific asset classes to be focused on initially should be large cap value and growth. International stocks and mid cap growth stocks will help to increase the current
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in the book explaining this, I believe Rainsford is a polite, humanitarian man who forces himself to believe that an animal cannot feel what is happening to it.Setting- The setting of this story is that of a tropical island. The story is set in the Caribbean. After landing on this island, our protagonist finds a large estate.??he opened the tall spiked iron gate. The stone steps were real enough the massive door with a leering gargoyle for a knocker was real enough; yet about it hung an air of unreality.? ?The dining room which Ivan conducted him was in many ways remarkable. There was a medieval magnificence about it; it suggested a baronial hall of feudal times with its oaken panels, its
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Regression Analysis Team A has determined to execute a linear regression analysis, an equation that states the linear association linking two variables, to conclude if home prices are established on distance (Doane & Seward, 2007). The computation and tests are founded on the real estate data table provided by Lind, Marchal, & Wathen, (2008). The global opinion of the Team A is that the distance to the city center determines the price of the home.
h: Distance establishes price h: Distance does not establish price for any regression analysis there ought to be two variables, a dependent (price) and an independent (distance). With the intention of measuring the strength and direction of
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. However, at this point she determined to go and get her Real Estate Licenses and she did. Veronica joined a real estate firm called Irongate Realty, were she became very wealthily her first year as a real estate agent. Later she wanted to learn the mortgage side of a real estate transaction, she then went to school and received a licenses as a Mortgage Broker.
Life is going well for Veronica and Timothy soon she finds out she is pregnant with twins in 2007 a boy and a girl, Dylan Timothy-Ruger Young and Danyl Veronica-Summer Young who were born April 17, 2007. Dylanâ€™s weight was 7lbs 2oz. and Danylâ€™s weight 5lbs 12oz. they were actually good size babies for twins. Mommy and the
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How to find the right investment for you
Investment has become a hot topic in the Philippines lately due to the plethora of positive economic news: the recent Fitch credit upgrade, the stock market hitting high after high, and the real estate boom. It seems to make perfect sense to start putting your money to work, but how to choose the right investment? With so many financial instruments out there, it's quite difficult to decide. So before sinking your hard-earned savings into any investment, take a few moments to consider these questions.
What are you investing for?
In the rush to make money, it's easy to overlook this most basic of steps: thinking up a clear financial goal
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The current real estate strife and “market meltdown” had a number of contributors; from the over-speculation in “bubble” markets like Florida and Nevada to Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs) that attracted families not prepared to support the sudden increase in monthly payments. To repair the current market, give solace to homeowners not yet in foreclosure, and keep banks whole and prevent further closings takes an understanding of the factors that led to our current state, a plan to get us out of it, and a means to prevent its reoccurrence.
This truly was the “perfect storm” of economic failures, with culpability on all sides of the market. Many blame those who took out ARM mortgages who
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Cloudy High-Yield Hedge Strategies and Cloudy Real Estate All Stars would be considered as alternative investments, according to the standards issued by AICPA. Typically, great examples of types of alternative investments are common/collective trusts, pooled separate accounts, stable value investments, private equity funds, hedge funds, real estate funds and etc. Because these funds have higher risk-return structure than normal index bonds, they are in the most of the time illiquid investments which will also have restrictions on the ownership transfer. Hedge funds are regularly engaged in aggressive strategies which can involve highly leveraged trading of derivatives; hence
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the UCC addresses the law of real estate
b. UCITA addresses the law of real estate and the UCC addresses the law of goods
c. UCITA addresses computer information transactions and the UCC addresses the sale of goods
d. UCITA addresses the law of real estate and the UCC addresses the law of services
11. Which is true of Click Wrap software licenses?
a. They are not enforceable because they are not in writing.
b. They are not enforceable unless they specifically mention the Statute of Frauds.
c. They are not enforceable unless they specifically mention real estate.
d. They are enforceable if they manifest assent to the license terms.
12. Which of the following best
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I. Issue- Do mobile homes fall under UCC as good not real estate?
II. Rule: N.C. Gen. Stat. § 25-2-102 (2009), the law traditionally treats a mobile home not as an improvement to real property but as a good, defined and controlled by the UCC as something movable at the time of identification to the contract for sale.
III. Application of facts-. The defendant sold the plaintiff a mobile home. Since the mobile home was on a brick foundation the plaintiff contends that it was real estate and not a good under UCC.
IV. Conclusion: Because the plaintiff had crew break down the home from the brick foundation and remove it’s under pins, the home therefor is considered moveable, and
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Title Insurance, an Industry UnshakenThe typical American dream is to own a home but who guarantees that my home is "my home". This is where the business model of a $30 billion industry known as Title Insurance begins. Insuring a title to a mortgage is performed with a litany of people: underwriters, title agents, abstractors, attorneys, real estate professional and appraisers. Currently, 92% of this industry is dominated by 4 Title Insurance companies: Chicago Title Insurance, Old Republic Title Insurance, Stewart Title Insurance and First American Title Insurance (see figure 1). In other words, the Title Insurance industry is an oligarchy of 4 companies protected against competition by
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The case study on
“Julia Stasch’s Dilemma”
The case revolves around Julia Stasch who from being a teacher went on to join Stein and Company. Stein & Company is a real estate company providing complete array of real estate services. Stasch work here could be called as Change Agent in the industry. Her efforts in introducing affirmative action as well encouraging women and minorities to be part of real estate industry improved their conditions. However because of the mentality of being a male dominated industry in construction projects, she was facing problems of introducing and encouraging women workforce in construction
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3. Turner Company owned and operated a cable television business. The company owned more than 780 miles of feeder cable. The cable was annexed to telephone poles owned by BTT Telephone Company under a lease that required removal of the cable if BTT should need the space for its own service needs. Butte County assessed the Turner Company cable as real property because it is properly classified as a fixture. Is the county correct? Why?
A fixture is defined as personal property that has become attached or annexed to real estate; a fixture generally is treated as part of real estate. There are certain things considered when determining whether or not the item will be considered
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How would you describe the investment climate at this point in time?
The investment climate at this point in time, for a lack or a better word, is still unstable. I would suggest that you have to evaluate two different cycles in order to evaluate the current investment state. The business cycle, in which stocks, commodities or any securities react to current world issues we face and political unrest across the world tend to react in a quicker fashion than that of the real estate cycle. The real estate cycle has a lag time built into it because the market cannot adjust for violent up swings and down swings like the stock markets can. Currently I would say that the financial markets are
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helped industry expand its footprint in tier 1 & 2 cities, however with upcoming Phase III auctions the penetration would further expand to even tier 3 cities making it much more attractive advertisement option for hard to reach consumers in small towns or rural India. Increasing number of FM radio listeners coupled with the rising expenditure on advertisement campaigns by real-estate, pharmaceutical, education and healthcare sectors is expected to expand revenue growth in the country’s FM radio market over the next five years.
According to “India FM Radio Market By Type, By Sector, By Ownership, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2011-2021”, FM radio market in the country is projected to
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Adverse Possession, Case Brief: Salazar v. Terry
January 9, 2012
PS300-01-09-AS Real Estate Law
C.R.S. §38-41-101 "No person shall commence or maintain an action for the recovery of the title or possession or to enforce or establish any right or interest of or to real property or make an entry thereon unless commenced within eighteen years after the right to bring such action or make such entry has first accrued or within eighteen years after he or those from, by, or under whom he claims have been seized or possessed of the premises. Eighteen years' adverse possession of any land shall be conclusive evidence of absolute ownership.”
Salazar v. Terry, 911 P.2d 1086 (1996