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ACTUAL AGE

The real age of a building.

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NET INCOME

Sometimes known as net operating income. The remaining income after operating expenses have been subtracted from the gross income of a property.

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ECONOMIC LIFE

The estimated period over which an improved property may be profitably used to yield a return.

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CAPITALIZATION

The process of calculating the present worth of a property on the basis of its capacity to continue to produce an income stream.

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BOOK VALUE

The initial cost of the property plus the capital improvements and minus the total accrued depreciation.

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VACANCY FACTOR

Lost income because of a vacant unit.

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DEFERRED MAINTENANCE

Negligent care of a building.

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

Any permanent improvement made to real estate for the purpose of increasing the useful life of the property or increasing the property's value.

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EFFECTIVE AGE

The years or age shown by the condition and utility of a structure, rather than its actual or chronological age.

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CAP RATE

A term sometimes used to refer to capitalization rate.

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VARIANCE

An exception granted to existing zoning regulations for special reasons.

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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT

A study of how a development will affect the ecology of its surroundings.

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CHAIN OF TITLE

A chronological history of a property's ownership.

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WARRANTY DEED

A deed used to transfer title to property, guaranteeing that the title is clear and the grantor has the right to transfer it; no longer used in California.

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PUBLIC GRANT

The transfer of title by the government to a private individual.

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SHERIFF'S DEED

A deed given to a buyer when property is sold through court action in order to satisfy a judgement for money or foreclosure of a mortgage.

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GRANTOR

The person conveying, or transferring, the property.

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AFTER ACQUIRED TITLE

Any benefits that come to a property after a sale must follow the sale and accrue to the new owner.

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CONSIDERATION

Anything of value; one of the essentials of a valid contract.

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GIFT DEED

Used to make a gift of property to a grantee who is usually a close friend or relative.

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UNDUE INFLUENCE

Using unfair advantage to get agreement in accepting a contract.

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MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE

A cooperative listing service conducted by a group of brokers for the purpose of marketing listings.

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CURTILAGE

The enclosed ground space surrounding a dwelling, such as the lawns or patio.

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SUBLEASE

Transfer less than the entire leasehold, with the original lessee being primarily liable.

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BLIND ADVERTISING

Advertising that fails to disclose that the party is a licensee acting as an agent.