"Understanding Modern Real Estate Transactions covers issues in residential real estate transactions and commercial real estate transactions. This treatise provides case analysis, focusing on the cases relevant to modern real estate. Numerous simple hypotheticals throughout the text explain the more complicated theories and rules."--
The parties to the transaction -- Broker-vendor agreements -- The real estate purchase and sale -- The closing -- Breach of the purchase and sale contract -- Financing the transaction -- Voluntary transfers of the mortgage by the mortgagee : the securitization of mortgages -- Predatory lending and the issues raised thereby -- Federal regulation of mortgage origination -- Voluntary transfers of mortgaged property -- Involuntary transfers of mortgaged property -- Limitations on foreclosure: statutory redemption and deficiency judgments bankruptcy -- Private techniques of title guarantee -- Public techniques of title guarantee -- Forms of communal ownership and homeowners association -- The law of servitudes : private "zoning" law -- Financing -- Long-term leases
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