Ch 14: General Real Estate Topics

About This Chapter

Review this chapter's short lessons to strengthen your general real estate knowledge. Get a better understanding of basic house construction, federal income taxation, comparative marketing analysis and how to calculate homebuyer qualifications.

General Real Estate Topics - Chapter Summary

If you're looking for a resource designed to boost your understanding of real estate, this chapter can help! Entertaining lessons provide an in-depth look at different aspects of real estate, including constructing a house, buying and selling a home and analyzing the real estate market. Once you've completed this chapter, you will be ready to:

  • Discuss methods, terminology and styles associated with basic home construction
  • Describe the federal income taxes home sellers and homebuyers must pay
  • Explain how real estate agents calculate income/expense ratios to qualify a homebuyer
  • Define comparative marketing analysis, and describe how this analysis can be used in real life

Review the lessons in any sequence that suits your study needs as you aim to better comprehend the basics of real estate. This chapter is accessible anytime from any computer, smartphone or tablet. Before, during or after reviewing the lessons, take short quizzes to assess your understanding of concepts covered. If you need additional details about chapter topics, be sure to send your questions to our experts.

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