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This set combines Modern Real Estate Practice and The Language of Real Estate, providing a comprehensive foundation for aspiring real estate professionals.
The seventh edition of this best‐selling book offers the latest and most comprehensive information available to help students prepare for the PSI Real Estate Exam.
Based on the latest content outline, this text simulates the style, difficulty, and content of the PSI exam and offers more questions and answers than any other PSI exam prep book on the market. Including three practice salesperson exams, two practice broker exams, matching exercises in each chapter, and a self‐scoring tool to chart progress, this is the most comprehensive study guide for passing the PSI exam – the first time.
Mastering Real Estate Principles is an organized, appealing, user-friendly pre-licensing text known for its workbook format and interactive approach to learning. The multiple learning tools and turnkey Instructor Resource Guide significantly help reduce instructor workload. Students will benefit form an outline format that makes it easy to master the basics needed to successfully pass the real estate licensing exam.
This fifth edition study guide follows the new content outline for the AMP salesperson licensing exam. Each chapter has a 70-question test and there are two additional tests in the book and two additional tests on the included CD-ROM, each with 110 questions. The Key Point Review-to-Go is especially useful for reviewing key topics before the exam.
Help students overcome math anxiety. This comprehensive workbook improves math skills and prepares students for actual real estate practice. Multiple in-chapter and additional practice problems, along with real world exercises, provide plenty of practice in each area. Step-by-step instructions simplify even the most complex calculations.
Instructor Resources include learning objectives, instructional strategies, exam bank, answer keys, and a PowerPoint presentation to help prepare for class.
Based on the new Pearson VUE content outline, this text features more than 1,100 exam‐style questions and five review tests for countless hours of drill‐and‐practice exam preparation.
Real Estate Math focuses on basic math concepts for both salesperson and broker candidates with examples, formulas, calculations, practice problems, and detailed explanations of multi-step problems in key concept areas. Its flexible format allows it to be used as a supplemental workbook or as a book for a stand-alone math course.
This exam guide helps both salesperson and broker candidates prepare for any national licensing exam (Promissor/Pearson VUE, AMP, PSI) and state–designed exams. Study strategies, test–taking tips, and more than 1,800 questions position students to pass the exam on the first try.
Real Estate Fundamentals has been used to train more than 70,000 real estate professionals since 1981. This text is known for its clear organization; comprehensive coverage of real estate law, practice, and procedures; and easy‐to‐grasp language.
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Written by two of the most respected authorities in the field, Employee Benefits is an excellent resource for teaching undergraduates, graduates, and practitioners alike. This comprehensive text looks at the broad spectrum of employee benefits from social insurance program to executive benefits, related trends, and more. The Instructor Resource Guide includes test-building software, question banks, and more.
This indispensable text has been updated to include a variety of contemporary topics, case studies, legal trends, and expanded discussions. Limited liability companies,condominiums, the Fair Housing Act, predatory lending, subprime loans, green development, and other key concepts are discussed in a straightforward, easy-to-read style. Learning objectives, case studies, review and discussion questions, and Internet resources are just a few of the learning tools used to enhance understanding.
Much more than a simple dictionary or “cheat sheet,” The Language of Real Estate provides a comprehensive encyclopedia-like approach to literally thousands of real estate practices, concepts, and terms. This brand-new edition expands the classic text that has been a desktop standard in the real estate industry for more than 35 years. From abandonment to zoning, if it occurs in the real estate profession, you’ll find it in The Language of Real Estate. Features: • Over 2,800 real estate terms explained in depth • Guide to hundreds of real estate organizations ranging from appraisal to land surveys • Useful Spanish-English translation for real estate terms • Expansion of hundreds of real estate abbreviations and designations • Guide to applicable real estate laws • Diagrams of home construction and styles
Improve your students’ writing skills exponentially when you order both writing titles as a set. Before Hitting Send will give your students the writing instruction and tools they need to improve their writing techniques, as well as examples and exercises to help them write more effectively.
Power Real Estate E-mails & Letters provides ready-to-go templates; all the user needs to do is fill in the blanks. It also covers related legislation that might impact communication with clients and includes template letters for touchy situations real estate professionals encounter in day-to-day situations. Both titles come with full access to writing samples and templates, making the sometimes uncomfortable task of writing easier for the real estate professional.
Correspondence is an essential part of an agent or broker’s day-to-day business. This title offers professionals a variety of emails and letters that can be adopted for any circumstance, saving time and resources. As a bonus, they are available electronically for download. An excellent resource for both new and experienced agents, this volume is a superb addition to your bookstore.
Using conversational language and a plethora of real-life examples, this textbook explains classic marketing principles and sales techniques from the perspective of the real estate industry. In addition, it can also be used to fill a 30-hour salesperson annual education (SAE) requirement in Texas. A complete set of Instructor Resources is available online.
The Big Book of Real Estate Ads is a comprehensive guide designed to assist real estate professionals in creating dynamic classified advertising copy.
“Green” information about homes and housing is scattered across the Web and incorporated in government white papers from the Environmental Protection Agency to the Department of Energy. "Green" homes are not only selling well in today’s market, but they are selling at premium prices. This book brings together key data in one place, combined with interviews from professionals in the field. A glossary of “green” terminology is also included.
This popular business start-up guide provides new and seasoned agents with an effective system to plan, prioritize, and increase their productivity in four weeks. Current trends are covered, along with other plans of action, including relationship and marketing techniques, selling skills, calling scripts, and the principles behind a high-producing business.
While other how-to books offer insight from a few gurus, this book references dozens of top-producing, successful professionals for expert advice, opinions, and guidance on the things they wish they knew when they were first starting out.