By Edward Glickman
An advent to genuine property Finance serves because the center of information for a single-semester first path in actual property finance. in contrast to different genuine property finance textbooks with their encyclopedic yet generally stale information, this booklet combines a quick conventional textual content with a dwelling web site. The booklet offers scholars and professors hugely utilized info, and its on a regular basis up-to-date on-line good points make it particularly beneficial for this practitioner-oriented audience.
Covering basic subject matters similar to accounting and tax, mortgages, capital markets, REITs and extra, the e-book additionally addresses the 2008 monetary main issue and its influence at the genuine property career. This quantity is a worthy better half for college kids of genuine property finance in addition to monetary analysts, portfolio managers, traders and different pros within the field.
- Offers a concise, effective, ''finance-centric'' substitute to standard genuine property finance texts
- Website supplies readers the instruments to discover present information regarding their very own components of specialization-a new angle now not present in different actual property finance textbooks
- Gives scholars and professors the fabric to check each topic in large and hugely targeted terms
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This type of company creates or acquires the real estate that it ultimately owns and manages. To fulﬁll its objectives, it is vertically integrated and performs a full range of real estate functions acting as a principal. 1 Brokerage Real estate brokerage companies employ brokers who work with both buyers and sellers of assets. Brokers are required to hold a Real Estate Salesperson or Brokerage license issued by the state in which they do business. Brokers are paid a fee equal to a negotiated percentage of the sales proceeds.
S. S. Ofﬁce of Management and Budget deﬁnes regions as core-based statistical areas (CBSA) and reports statistics for 942 CBSAs within the United States. S. city with a core of at least 10,000 people. At present, 366 of the CBSAs qualify as metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) with populations of at least 50,000. For the purpose of analyzing real estate markets, regional boundaries are deﬁned by a combination of common geography and shared economic inﬂuences. In general, regions surround a core location such as a city, a cluster 35 36 CHAPTER 2: Market Analysis of cities, or a geographic feature such as a river, lake, mountain, or valley.
The SIV ﬁnances its assets by issuing commercial paper and other short-term liabilities. The goal of the SIV is to own high-yield, long-term assets and to fund them with lower-cost, short-term paper. For the SIV to achieve its goal, the long-term assets that it holds must pay higher interest rates than the short-term paper that it issues and the long-term paper must remain creditworthy. During the ﬁnancial crisis, many of the long-term mortgage-backed securities held by SIVs failed and the short-term liabilities that they had issued became worthless.