Real estate licensing exams
"A career as a real estate professional can be rewarding in many ways. But if the thought of taking your real estate licensing exam seems daunting, you've come to the right place. This handy guide helps you study by reviewing key topics covered on the exam and offers some smart test-taking...
|Main Author:||Modglin, Raymond D. (Author)|
|Format:||Books Print Book|
Indianapolis, Indiana :
Alpha, a member of Penguin Random House LLC,
Indianapolis, Indiana : DK Publishing, 2017.
|Edition:||First American edition.|
"A career as a real estate professional can be rewarding in many ways. But if the thought of taking your real estate licensing exam seems daunting, you've come to the right place. This handy guide helps you study by reviewing key topics covered on the exam and offers some smart test-taking strategies to increase your chances of success. In it, you get: A look at the skills required to be a successful real estate agent or broker ; A review of ethics, fair housing, and other important real estate laws ; An exploration of the types of property ownership, deeds, titles, transfers, contracts, and appraisals ; A primer on financing, mortgages, taxes, and real estate math you need to know ; Nearly 600 practice questions and answers to help you prepare for your exam."--Back cover.
viii, 376 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Raymond D. Modglin is the director of REAL University, a real estate pre-licensing and continuing education real estate school, a keynote speaker, and host of his own podcast "Real Estate with Raymond" where he gets to speak to and educate thousands of newly licensed and veteran real estate agents throughout Indiana, as well as other states. Raymond has written several books including, Introduction Into Commercial Real Estate Brokerage , Starting Your Real Estate Brokerage , The Hand Guide to Dumping your Debt , and The Modglin Mindset .
With over $100 Million in sales and 15 years in the business, Raymond has been able to help many clients buy, sell, and trade their residential owner-occupied and investment real estate along with commercial properties, including the largest short-sale in the Indiana in 2010 at a value of $11.4 Million in one deal.