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  • Author:
    Sherry Shindler Price
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    0934772223
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    978-0934772228
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    Ashley Crown Systems; 10th edition (2009)
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This book is essentially a dictionary of real estate terms. It's somewhat hard to read. There isn't any real life context included in this book.

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Kulafyn
Good resource but the examples are not the greatest as well as the flow of the chapter
GYBYXOH
This book is essentially a dictionary of real estate terms. It's somewhat hard to read. There isn't any real life context included in this book. It's been really hard getting through it.
Mitynarit
An excellent Real Estate text that made learning very enjoyable. I would recommend this book to a anyone interested in the subject of Real Estate.
Forey
This is just a workbook, not the book described at all!California Real Estate Practice
Charyoll
Aside from multiple grammatical errors (read Page 31: Attachments for an example), the author assumes the reader knows the meanings of certain vocabulary words when the book is clearly called real estate principles, and students are reading this text starting their real estate career from scratch with no prior knowledge of the major. (Example: pg. 68 under Homestead Protection the author describes homestead property as the primary residence occupied by a family that is exempt from the claims of, or eviction by, unsecured creditors. I as the reader do not know the difference between an unsecured creditor and a secured creditor so I still do not have a great idea for what homestead protection is). Buy this book if you want to do lots of work searching up words that the author failed to include themselves since they left that work for the students to do on their own.
Kagalkree
The worst book I've ever suffered through. Written in a convoluted manner in which terms the reader has never heard of are discussed first without definitions and then may or may not be defined later (and later could mean 200 pages later). Definitions are confusing. Gives very few examples, and those given are convoluted. I have purchased a different book to read in tandem with this one so I can get through my online course. (ALLIED uses this book. Beware!). It lacks simple explanations in real-world use, so it's all very esoteric. Feels like a law book. I also must consult several dictionaries because the writers fail to bother defining some of the terms at all.... including ones that are bolded (indicating you must know this). Don't buy it. Run Away!
Kardana
I thought the book was worth the trouble in writing it. For the majority part the book was to the point. This is Not a literacy book written by a scholar/ novelist. Rather it helps you to pass one of the most challenging exams selling real estate. It provides samples for the exam after each chapter and show you a copy of each contract. The book could be written better giving applicable definitions as required by Cal. Real Estate Board.

This book alone will not make one to pass the state board exam where ~70% will not make the score. Rather it is an important reference book to help one relating to theories. All in all, it is a very useful book needed.
Horrible book. All the people in my class were complaining. Textbooks are supposed to be written in a way that teaches the material. That means clearly identifying the concepts and definitions and differentiating them from one another when the ideas are closely related. This book is filled with redundancy and contradictions. This author's definitions of terms are not consistent. There are hundreds of definitions to memorize which is impossible when the author does not use the same words to define a word or concept in the text as is in the glossary.