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Just Released! Foreclosures, Short Sales, and REOs: Tools for Success in Today’s Market v3.0

This continuing education course discusses three hot topics in today’s market: foreclosures, short sales, and REOs. Focusing on the legal ramifications of these topics, this course also reviews ways that agents can successfully market these properties. Each unit contains vocabulary words and learning objectives, as well as end-of-unit exams to test retention of topics.
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Just Released! Georgia Sales and Marketing 101 for Real Estate Professionals v4.0 (without Online Proctored Exam)

There are many marketing and real estate courses but few that explain marketing principles from a real estate agent’s point of view. Meeting Georgia’s 25-hour post-licensing requirement, this course integrates the four elements of a balanced marketing mix—promotion, place, product, and price. Throughout the course, principles of market research, data analysis, and market segmentation are applied to make the student a more efficient salesperson. Updated units on technology, online marketing, and social media strategies make this the most comprehensive how-to guide for applying classic marketing and sales techniques to a real estate career.
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Just Released! Georgia Sales and Marketing 101 for Real Estate Professionals v4.0 (with Online Proctored Exam)

There are many marketing and real estate courses but few that explain marketing principles from a real estate agent’s point of view. Meeting Georgia’s 25-hour post-licensing requirement, this course integrates the four elements of a balanced marketing mix—promotion, place, product, and price. Throughout the course, principles of market research, data analysis, and market segmentation are applied to make the student a more efficient salesperson. Updated units on technology, online marketing, and social media strategies make this the most comprehensive how-to guide for applying classic marketing and sales techniques to a real estate career.
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Just Released! Sales and Marketing 101 for Real Estate Professionals v4.0

There are many marketing and real estate courses but few that explain marketing principles from a real estate agent’s point of view. This course integrates the four elements of a balanced marketing mix—promotion, place, product, and price. Throughout the course, principles of market research, data analysis, and market segmentation are applied to make the student a more efficient salesperson. Updated units on technology, online marketing, and social media strategies make this the most comprehensive how-to guide for applying classic marketing and sales techniques to a real estate career.

Just Released! Guide to Passing the PSI Real Estate Exam 8th Edition eBook

The eighth edition of this best-selling title offers the latest and most comprehensive information available to help your 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 unit, and a self-scoring tool to chart progress, this is the most comprehensive study guide for passing the PSI exam.

Just Released! California Real Estate Finance 10th Edition eBook

The essential element of any real estate transaction is finance. Understanding the monetary system, the nuances of home mortgages, and instruments of financial leverage at all stages of the market are essential for all real estate professionals. Designed to offer comprehensive instruction in real estate finance, while also satisfying California state licensing requirements, this book fulfills a prelicensing elective for salespersons and a required course for all broker applicants.

Just Released! California Real Estate Finance 10th Edition

The essential element of any real estate transaction is finance. Understanding the monetary system, the nuances of home mortgages, and instruments of financial leverage at all stages of the market are essential for all real estate professionals. Designed to offer comprehensive instruction in real estate finance, while also satisfying California state licensing requirements, this book fulfills a prelicensing elective for salespersons and a required course for all broker applicants.

Just Released! Illinois Required Broker Post-Licensing: Transactional Issues

This book provides the necessary content to meet the 15-hour requirement for transactional issues as part of the mandatory Illinois broker post-licensing curriculum. Your students will learn the essential information concerning the most common seller and buyer issues in real estate transaction, including agency agreements, offer and counteroffer issues, and contract issues. It also delves into commercial and industrial property management agreements and provides realistic case studies and scenarios that pertain to listing agents, buyer agents, dual agents, and property managers. Unit quizzes further test and reinforce your students’ knowledge.

Just Released! California Real Estate Escrow and Title 2nd Edition

California Real Estate Escrow and Title provides a comprehensive study of escrow and title insurance principles, from early America’s escrow practices to transferring title in today’s high-tech environment. This book promises to be a valuable resource and will help satisfy an elective requirement for both salesperson and broker prelicensing candidates. Your students will learn about the different escrow practices in both northern and southern California and the California Civil Code, as well as federal laws. The book also includes information on the latest forces in the regulatory environment and follows the entire escrow process from preliminary discussions all the way through closing. Instructor Resources include unit outlines, PowerPoint presentations, quizzes, exams, and more.

Just Released! California Real Estate Escrow and Title 2nd Edition eBook

California Real Estate Escrow and Title provides a comprehensive study of escrow and title insurance principles, from early America’s escrow practices to transferring title in today’s high-tech environment. This title promises to be a valuable resource and will help satisfy an elective requirement for both salesperson and broker prelicensing candidates. Your students will learn about the different escrow practices in both northern and southern California and the California Civil Code, as well as federal laws. The book also includes information on the latest forces in the regulatory environment and follows the entire escrow process from preliminary discussions all the way through closing. Instructor Resources include unit outlines, PowerPoint presentations, quizzes, exams, and more.