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2018-2019 Catalog 
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BA 3034 - Real Estate Fundamentals

The purpose of the course is to acquaint the student with the fundamentals of the real estate business. The course includes: the economics and social importance of real estate, the history of land tenure, the origin of land titles, and the concepts of real property. Instruction is given in the meaning of real estate law as it pertains to deeds and mortgages, interest in real estate and how title is transferred. Special emphasis is given to the preparation of the Pennsylvania Realtor’s Association’s standard Agreement of Sale form, and real estate financing and settlement charges. The student is further instructed in: real estate brokerage, listing, selling, the ethics of the real estate profession, and the rules and regulations of licenses and Agreements of Sale as prescribed by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission.

Prerequisite(s): Junior Status.

3 hours Lecture
3 credits

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