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RES 301 (Ashford) Principles of Real Estate - Complete Class

RES 301 (Ashford) Principles of Real Estate - Complete Class

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RES 301 (Ashford) Principles of Real Estate – Complete Class
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Real estate construction is a volatile process determined by the interaction of the user and capital markets. What signals do real estate producers use to manage this process? What other factors aect the volatility of real estate production?
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n the !nited "tates the bundle of rights called real property seems to have gotten smaller in recent decades. #$plain what has caused this. Why is it good? Why is it bad?
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 The property ta$ has been critici%ed as an unfair basis for &nancing public schools. 'reas that have high property values are able to pay better schools than area having lower property values. Thus, there is an ine(uality of educational opportunities that tends to perpetuate educational and social disadvantages for those who live in low)income areas.*.+o you agree or disagree?.-ow could school &nancing be modi&ed to provide more e(ual funding among all regions of a state?
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 The main argument traditionally advanced in the favor of %oning is that it protects property values. +o you believe this contention? f so, how does %oning protect property values? f you do not believe the contention, why not?
 
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n a three) to four)page paper 6not including the title and reference pages7, develop an analysis that includes:*.' summary of the case including the key players and background information..' description of the scope of real estate bubbles. 6're housing bubbles contagious?78.'n analysis of the real estate bubble issue and ethical considerations.9.'t least one recommendation on how the real estate industry, homebuyers, and other stakeholders can help in avoiding real estatebubbles. Real estate principles must be used as support. ou are encouraged to incorporate course material and additional readings6i.e., ;ournal articles, books, etc.7 into your analysis to strengthen the content of your paper. our paper must be formatted according to '3' style as outlined in the 'shford Writing 0enter and include at least two scholarly sources in addition to the te$tbook.
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<or your own state, determine whether:*.t is a ;udicial or non;udicial foreclosure state.The standard home loan is based on a deed of trust or a mortgage.8.There is a statutory right of redemption and, if so, how long.9.+e&ciency ;udgments are allowed against defaulted homeowners.
 
/ased on this information, can you ;udge whether your state is relatively lender friendly or borrower friendly? #$plain. <or assistance answering these (uestions, please use foreclosureassistance.com and foreclosures.com.
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 The main argument traditionally advanced in the favor of %oning is that it protects property values. +o you believe this contention? f so, how does %oning protect property values? f you do not believe the contention, why not?
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 =ive some e$amples of up)front &nancing costs associatedwith residential mortgages. What rule can one apply to determine if a settlement 6closing7 cost should be included in the calculation of the eective borrowing costs?
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 ' homeowner is attempting to decide between a *>)year mortgage loan at >.> percent and a 8)year loan at >.@ percent. What would you advise? What would you advise if the borrower also has a largeamount of credit card debt outstanding at a rate of *> percent?
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3lease answer the following (uestions on &nancial leverage, value and return:*.+e&ne &nancial risk.."hould the investor select the origination 1T2 that ma$imi%es the e$pected return on e(uity? #$plain why or why not. 8.+istinguish between recourse and nonrecourse &nancing. =ive an e$ample of each.
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What factors tend to make both owners and tenants preferlonger)term leases, all else being e(ual? Why might a tenant prefer a lease with a higher eective rent than an alternative leases with a lower eective rent?

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