Modern Real Estate Investing

The book not only introduces the DST but also guides the reader through the investment process by providing perspective in the choosing of brokers, sponsors, and properties as well as a more in-depth analysis of the DST offering (John ...

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Author: John Harvey CPA, MBT, Trawnegan Gall ,

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781642983432

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 330

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Modern Real Estate Investing introduces the nation to a new concept in real estate investment known as the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST). The DST is a synthesis of one hundred years of real estate, securities, and tax laws that provide an investment entity that allows the modern real estate investor to build a diversified portfolio of institutional grade real estate under protective securities regulations and enjoy the tax advantages of gain nonrecognition using IRC section 1031 like-kind exchanges. The book not only introduces the DST but also guides the reader through the investment process by providing perspective in the choosing of brokers, sponsors, and properties as well as a more in-depth analysis of the DST offering (John Harvey, CPA, MBT, author). The book provides a clear explanation of DST’s and how they provide opportunities for smaller investors access to institutional properties otherwise not available to them, because of the large equity requirements and access to reasonable financing. The 1031 exchange is linked very nicely, explaining the DST opportunity for diversification in more than one investment that helps balance overall risk in the 1031 exchange. Trump tax plan is expertly explained and its impact on the DST structure. Book describes clear example of the tax savings of a 1031 exchange and the benefit of compounding on deferred taxes avoided at time sale. Good examples of dos and don’ts in the 1031 exchange (Kosmas G. Toskos, DST investor).

Modern Real Estate Practice in New York

THE NATURE OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT Investing in real estate usually
means buying property and holding it for the production of income . Real estate
has been called the best way to build an estate . Real estate investment , though
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Author: Edith Lank

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate

ISBN: 0793142644

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 502

View: 463

All the necessary information for taking either a salesperson's or broker's exam is contained in this book which closely follows the state's outline for prelicence courses.

The Real Estate Investor s Handbook

This comprehensive step-by-step proven program shows beginners and seasoned veterans alike the ins and outs of real estate investing. This book is a road map to successful investing in real estate.

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Author: Steven D. Fisher

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780910627696

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 389

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The Real Estate Investor's Handbook is a must-have for beginning investors, real estate veterans, commercial brokers, sellers, and buyers. Real estate investing has created more millionaires than any other investment vehicle in this country. This comprehensive step-by-step proven program shows beginners and seasoned veterans alike the ins and outs of real estate investing. This book is a road map to successful investing in real estate. You do not need to re-invent the wheel, and you won't have to make the same mistakes others have. Investing in real estate is one of the safest and smartest investments you can make. Real estate appreciates at a rate far greater than the rate of inflation, builds equity, provides a steady return on investment, provides cash flow, and can offer substantial tax benefits. This handbook is the resource for novices and pros alike; it will guide you through every step of the process of real estate investing. This new exhaustively researched book will arm you with hundreds of innovative ideas that you can put to use right away. This book gives you the proven strategies and actual case studies from experts to help you invest better and wiser with less time and effort. A sampling of what's covered in this encyclopedic book includes: how to find below-market deals, investing with little or no down payment, seller financing, foreclosures and REOs, investment property, negotiating, purchase offers, managing rental property, flipping, auctions, tax sales, financing, mortgage terms, agents, cash flow, inspections, contracts, tenants, lease agreements, insurance, taxes and accounting, escrow, essential mathematical calculations, sample forms, development, taxation, exchange rules, and regulations. This book is loaded with case studies and success stories from real people. You will uncover secrets that expert real estate investors use every day. This comprehensive resource contains a wealth of modern tips and strategies for getting started in this very lucrative area. This book is the foundation for understanding how to invest in real estate. Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company presidentâe(tm)s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed.

Modern Real Estate Practice in North Carolina

Real Estate as an Investment Real estate, no matter what its use, is virtually
always considered an investment. Customers often expect a real estate broker or
salesperson to act as an investment counselor. Though brokers and salespeople
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Author: Fillmore W. Galaty

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate

ISBN: 0793164583

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 608

View: 967

The leader in North Carolina real estate education, this fundamentals text helps students prepare for their licensing exams and for their careers as real estate professionals. Highlights include a new appendix including the North Carolina license law, commission rules, trust account guidelines, and the license law and rule comments, new math solutions added to the answer key for all math problems, and Instructor Resources, including a testbank with more than 500 questions and PowerPoint presentations.

Modern Real Estate Portfolio Management

Passage of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act ( ERISA ) of 1974 , and
its implications for fiduciary responsibility , encouraged investors to better their
understanding of real estate investment performance through the increased use ...

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Author: Susan Hudson-Wilson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1883249791

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 246

View: 445

Contents include real estate investment strategy, public and private equity, public and private debt, allocation across the real estate asset class, and more.

Modern Real Estate Practice in Texas

perienced investors with high hopes for quick profits . Although it may be the
responsibility of real estate licensees to analyze and discuss with a potential
investor his or her financial status , future goals , and investment motivations ,
brokers or ...

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Author: Cheryl Peat Nance

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate

ISBN: 0793184711

Category: Law

Page: 528

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The Eleventh Edition (UPDATE) of "Modern Real Estate Practice in Texas is the most comprehensive and current Texas real estate textbook available. Along with an all new chapter on control of land use, you will find many special features including: * In Practice and For Example paragraphs to apply theory to practice. * Margin Notes to direct attention to important vocabulary terms. * Math Concepts at relevant points within the chapter. * Website Addresses to expedite additional research. * Exam Prep notes and a sample salesperson license exam. Complete coverage of the new, 2003 Texas real estate laws! The changes in real estate law, effective on September 1, 2003, have been incorporated into this new edition. Teach and learn with confidence, knowing that your text's facts are up to date! This book also includes the new forms! With changes in law also come changes in forms. This book has incorporated all of the new "Texas Real Estate Commission forms. So when students practice on these forms, they know they are preparing for a smooth transition into a real estate career. New PowerPoint Slides! As technology becomes more sophisticated, so do the teaching tools associated with "Modern Real Estate Practice in Texas. These slides will make teaching a snap, whether they're used as a reference or used when teaching the class! For Example/In Practice Sections! Whether teaching or preparing to get your license, nothing takes you "into the field" better than these. They're certain to help students with real life real estate once they get their license, and they also make great teaching tools.

Modern Real Estate Practice in Texas

Investing in Real Estate Often customers ask a real estate broker or salesperson
to act as an investment counselor ; too often the licensee is placed in that role by
eager , inexperienced investors with high hopes for quick profits . While it may ...

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Author: G. E. Irby

Publisher:

ISBN: 0884629783

Category: Real estate business

Page: 510

View: 705

Modern Real Estate Practice

Investing in Real Estate Often , customers ask a real estate broker or salesperson
to act as an investment counselor ; too often , the licensee is placed in that role by
eager , inexperienced investors with high hopes for quick profits . While it may ...

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Author: Fillmore W. Galaty

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate Education

ISBN: IND:39000007377885

Category: Real estate business

Page: 448

View: 888

First published in 1959, this premier real estate principles textbook has trained more real estate professionals than any other book. New to this second edition are: Learning Objectives and "Why Should I Learn About" concepts, WWWeb.Links to valuable sites, and a Math FAQs section. Contents of this book are as follows: * Preface * Acknowledgments * PART ONE - Principles * 1. Introduction to the Real Estate Business * 2. Real Property and the Law * 3. Concepts of Home Ownership * 4. Agency * 5. Real Estate Brokerage * 6. Listing Agreements and Buyer Representation * 7. Interests in Real Estate * 8. Forms of Real Estate Ownership * 9. Legal Descriptions * 10. Real Estate Taxes and Other Liens * 11. Real Estate Contracts * 12. Transfer of Title * 13. Title Records * 14. Real Estate Financing: Principles * 15. Real Estate Financing: Practice * 16. Leases * PART TWO - Practices * 17. Property Management * 18. Real Estate Appraisal * 19. Land-Use Controls and Property Development * 20. Fair Housing and Ethical Practices * 21. Environmental Issues and the Real Estate Transaction * 22. Closing the Real Estate Transaction * Appendix I: Introduction to Real Estate Investment * Appendix II: NAR Codes of Ethics * Sample Examination * Math FAQs * Glossary of Key Terms * Web Links * Answer Key * Index Comments: Marie Spodek, DREI, Professional Real Estate Services writes: "This book consistently meets the needs of three levels of students: For beginners, definitions; for intermediate users, application; and for advanced users, little known fact. Every time I pick up 'Big Yellow', I learn something new". Paul Boyter, CRS, GRI, McColly School of Real Estate: "If a student doesn't pass, it is because they didn't read the book. I think it is great".

Modern Real Estate Practice in Texas

24 Real Estate Investment Overview The market for real estate investment can be
one of the most active in the country . Besides generating income and building up
equity , real estate investment can aid in sheltering an owner ' s income ...

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Author: Cheryl E. Nance

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate Education

ISBN: 0793111293

Category: Real estate business

Page: 518

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The Commercial Real Estate Investor s Handbook

This comprehensive resource contains a wealth of modern tips and strategies for getting started in this very lucrative area. This book is the foundation for understanding how to invest in real estate.

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Author: Steven D. Fisher

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781601380371

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 415

Gives you the proven strategies and actual case studies from experts to help you invest better and wiser with less time and effort. A sampling of what's covered in this encyclopedic book includes: how to find below-market deals, invest with little or no down payment, obtain seller financing, and conduct foreclosures and REOs. Once you have found your investment property, you will know how to negotiate, make purchase offers, manage rental property, and flip. These terms will become part of your everyday vocabulary: auctions, tax sales, financing, mortgage terms, agents, cash flow, inspections, contracts, tenants, lease agreements, insurance, taxes and accounting, escrow, essential mathematical calculations, sample forms, development, taxation, exchange rules, and regulations. This book is loaded with case studies and success stories -- from real people. You will uncover secrets that expert real estate investors use every day. This comprehensive resource contains a wealth of modern tips and strategies for getting started in this very lucrative area. This book is the foundation for understanding how to invest in real estate.

Modern Real Estate Financing

cha p t e r 13 Securitization A. THE RECENT TREND TOWARD
SECURITIZATION OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS As observed at Chapter 2A
, notwithstanding the current slump , a direct or indirect ownership interest in
income - producing ...

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Author: Michael Madison

Publisher: Aspen Publishers

ISBN: STANFORD:36105043588610

Category: Construction industry

Page: 1263

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Modern Real Estate

It could only be sold in the marketplace and its low interest rate would probably
mean that the investor would get a price below the $ 1.3 million . Thus we see
how a " mediocre " real estate investment can do better than a mediocre
investment ...

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Author: Frank J. Parker

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:35128000770808

Category: Real estate business

Page: 474

View: 158

Modern Real Estate Transactions

A. FUNDS FROM OPERATION For many years real estate companies which
were publicly traded were significantly devalued by the investing public as a
result of the inability of GAAP measures of income and loss to effectively permit
the ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105061897414

Category: Vendors and purchasers

Page: 2592

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Modern Real Estate Finance and Land Transfer

Ch a pter 15 Securitization A . THE TREND TOWARD SECURITIZATION ON THE
EQUITY SIDE OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS As observed at
Chapter 12 , a direct or indirect ownership interest in incomeproducing real ...

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Author: Steven Bender

Publisher: Aspen Law & Business

ISBN: STANFORD:36105063654813

Category: Law

Page: 934

View: 555

Using a transactional and interdisciplinary approach, this challenging yet accessible casebook examines the legal, business, and tax issues of real estate financing. Completely revised for both currency and accessibility, Modern Real Estate Finance and Land Transfer: A Transactional Approach, Third Edition, Is an exceptionally strong teaching tool. Users of previous editions will recognize these distinctive features of the casebook: Sophisticated, yet teachable text thoroughly explains the increasingly complex legal, business, and tax issues surrounding real estate transactions. Effective use of a transactional and interdisciplinary approach teaches the general rule of law that govern a given real estate transaction, The underlying rationale or policy For The rule, and how (or whether) a rule can be superseded by the mutual consent of each party. Real-world examples foster the skills required of attorneys practicing in real estate firms. Topical and chronological organization of real estate and real estate finance follows the lending cycle in modern real estate financing. Accessible explanations demonstrate the rules of law that govern real estate transactions. Questions and planning problems give students contact with relevant transactions or documents to help them examine issues in context. the expertise of authors who are scholar-practitioners keeps the book grounded in reality. Discussion of commercial vs. residential real estate. Some of the many changes and improvements for this edition include: New co-author Celeste Hammond, who directs the Real Estate Law LL.M. program at John Marshall Law School and is chair of the new AALS section on real estate transactions and of the Legal Education Committee of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. New Chapters on shared ownership communities and alternative dispute resolution in real estate transactions. Expanded coverage, making the book suitable for a real estate transactions or real estate planning course, As well as a basic mortgages course. More attention paid to important issues in commercial leasing transactions. Introduction of cutting-edge theme of the paradigm shift from property to contract law in real estate transactions. Additional coverage of legal ethics in the challenging post-Enron environment for business lawyers. an updated Teacher's Manual, now including counseling, drafting, and negotiation exercises for real estate transactions. Added references To The new UCC Article 9 provisions for personal property lending, To contrast the rules for real estate lending. Spend some time reviewing Modern Real Estate Finance and Land Transfer: A Transactional Approach, Third Edition, and you will agree that this careful revision is even better suited than its predecessors for use in a wide variety of courses.

Modern Real Estate Practice

The demand for housing is evidently a composite of price, income, and subjective
interests or desires in which investments in homes are determined in some
degree by attempts to benefit from speculation in a rising market. This
anticipation of ...

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Author: Frederick E. Case

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B552498

Category: Real estate business

Page: 454

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Global Real Estate Investment Trusts

Further information concerning issues considered in this chapter may be found in
the following texts: Baum, A.E. (2002) Commercial Real Estate Investment,
Estates Gazette, London. Block, R.L. (2002) Investing in REITs, Bloomberg Press,
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Author: David Parker

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444398809

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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As real estate investment trusts continue to grow exponentially in Asia and Europe - being already well established in the USA and Australasia - a comprehensive guide to the issues involved in REIT property investment decision making is badly needed. This book draws together the most recent developments in REIT management from academic research and professional practice. It is based on current, original academic research, including structured interviews with the managers of a wide range of different types of REITs as well as the research and publications of others, together with the author's 25 years experience in REIT management. It provides a theoretically robust and practically relevant up to date guide to the property investment decision making process for REITs. Presenting new insights, the author breaks the REIT property investment decision making process down into three phases comprising six stages with 30 sequential steps. Each chapter focuses on one stage of the property investment decision making process and introduces the key people in the REIT management team relevant to the activities in that chapter. The theory and principles are considered and illustrated by application to Super REIT, a $15bn diversified REIT. Global Real Estate Investment Trusts: People, Process and Management fuses not only how REITs should undertake property investment decision making - based on how it is undertaken and the underlying property theory, capital market theory and finance theory - but also why each part of the decision making process is important. This book provides the first sole-authored scholarly work specifically on REITs as a business enterprise and REIT property investment decision making as an holistic and cyclical process. The focus is on principles, making it relevant in each of the four major REIT markets around the world: USA, Europe, Asia and Australasia. An essential book for REIT managers and all those practising professionals involved in the REIT industry - including property practitioners, researchers, lawyers, accountants, bankers and directors around the world.

Fundamentals of Real Estate Investment

Therefore , the goal of wealth maximization is assumed to be the investment
objective of the typical investor . The concept of market efficiency is introduced
and is shown to be one of the more useful notions for modern real estate
investment ...

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Author: Austin J. Jaffe

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39076001748859

Category: Immeubles - Investissements

Page: 518

View: 855

This text provides an introduction to the real estate investment process, including the basics of the investment decision, the environment in which the investment decision is made, the development of cash flow statements, and the applications of various investment criteria. The Third Edition represents a revision aimed at updating material and improving methodologies for learning.

Modern Real Estate Principles in California

Modern Real Estate Practice , 8th Edition , by Galaty , Allaway and Kyle - one of
the most widely accepted real estate ... This book is an ideal introduction to the
fundamental concepts of real estate investing and to the practical applications of
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Author: B. E. Tsagris

Publisher: Kaplan Publishing

ISBN: UCLA:L0050467976

Category: Real estate business

Page: 560

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Modern Real Estate Valuation

NON - USER INVESTOR The term “ investor ” is deceptively simple for in real life
the act of investment may involve any one of a variety of property situations and
property types ; it may be founded on any one of a variety of motivations or ...

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Author: Richard Updegraff Ratcliff

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105044264203

Category: Real property

Page: 195

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