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Real Estate Principles explores principles of today's changing real estate market, with a strong focus on understanding how property values are created, maintained, increased, or destroyed. Key issues covered include financing requirements and alternatives; legal and tax considerations; when and how to divest a property; when and how to lease, buy, or mortgage a property acquisition; and more.
David C. Ling is a professor, and Wayne Archer is an associate professor, in the department of finance, insurance, and real estate at the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL).
Table of Contents
Part 1: SETTING THE STAGE
1. The Nature of Real Estate and Real Estate Markets
2. Value and Real Estate Decisions
3. The Effects of Time and Risk on Value
Part 2: SOURCES AND LIMITATIONS TO VALUE
4. Legal Foundations of Value
5. Market Determinants of Value
6. Government Controls and Real Estate Markets
7. Forecasting Ownership Benefits and Value
Part 3: MARKET VALUATION AND APPRAISAL
8. Valuation Using the Sales Comparison and Cost Approaches
9. Valuation Using the Income Approach
Part 4: FINANCING REAL ESTATE OWNERSHIP
10. Real Estate Finance Law: The Rules of the Mortgage Finance Game
11. Mortgage Mechanics and Calculations
12. Residential Mortgage Types and Borrower Decisions
13. Sources of Funds for Residential Mortgages
14. Commercial Mortgage Types and Decisions
15. Sources of Commercial Debt and Equity Capital
Part 5: INVESTMENT VALUATION
16. Valuing Investment Opportunities
17. Enhancing Value through Ongoing Management
Part 6: ACQUIRING AND DISPOSING OF OWNERSHIP INTERESTS