Real Estate Economics

California Real Estate Economics discusses economic theory relating to the real estate industry and emphasizes the factors that cause real estate value to change. To present this complex subject in a practical manner, the author has simplified this text so it is ideal for real estate students who have little or no background in formal economics.

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Textbook: California Real Estate Economics 
California Real Estate Economics discusses economic theory relating to the real estate industry and emphasizes the factors that cause real estate value to change. To present this complex subject in a practical manner, the author has simplified this text so it is ideal for real estate students who have little or no background in formal economics.

CONTENTS: Introduction to Economic Systems and Principles – Supply and Demand – Economic Change Analysis – Money and Monetary Policy – The Real Estate Market – The U.S. Housing Market – California’s Economic Profile – The California Real Estate Market – Land Use Planning Development – Fair Housing and Environmental Regulations – Financing and Taxation – The Economics of Real Estate Investment – The Economics of Appraisal – Analyzing Residential Income Property – Analyzing Commercial Investment Property – Real Estate Trends in California – Understanding and Using Economic Data – California Facts – Glossary – Index

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Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda, Ann Arbor, Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Del Mar, La Mesa, Norco, Others, Riverside, San Diego Metro, San Clemente, Temecula, Tri Valley, Tustin, Whittier, San Diego Central Coastal, Sabre Springs/Poway