Flashcards in RE - Set 14 Deck (26)
A set of principles or values by which an individual guides his or her own behavior and judges that of others.
REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON
Someone holding a real estate license and employed by a real estate broker, for pay, to perform any of the activities of a real estate broker.
A way to exit property.
REAL ESTATE LAW
The law that affects the licensing and conduct of real estate agents.
The power of the state to pass laws, within lawful limits, that promote order, safety, health, morals, and general welfare of its citizens.
Recall and make void.
Those rights, privileges, and improvements that belong to and pass with the transfer of real property, but are not necessarily a part of the actual property.
The substitution by agreement of a new obligation for an existing one.
The transfer of a claim, benefit, or right in property from one person to another person.
Each party to a contract must give up something to make the agreement binding.
An individual; a private person, as distinguished from an artificial entity such as a corporation or partnership.
A contract by which a principal employs an agent to do certain things for the principal.
BREACH OF CONTRACT
A failure to perform on part or all of the terms and conditions of a contract.
Sets in advance a specified amount of money as a penalty in the event of a breach of contract.
Agreement to the provisions of a contract by the parties involved; a mutual willingness to enter into a contract.
REQUEST FOR NOTICE
A notice that is sent, upon request, to any parties interested in a trust deed informing them of a default.
The borrower under a mortgage.
A deed given to a buyer of real property at a trustee's sale.
Conveys title to property from a trustee back to the borrower (trustor) upon payment in full of the debt secured by the trust deed.
Bring current and restore.
HARD MONEY LOAN
The evidence of a debt given in exchange for cash.
A term used by real estate agents and appraisers to mean comparable properties.
Sometimes called correlation, this is the adjustment process of weighing the results of all three appraisal methods to arrive at a final estimate of market value for the subject property.
Looks like a flag on a pole. The pole represents the access to the site, which is usually located to the rear of another lot fronting the main street.
The current cost of building a replica of the subject structure using similar quality materials; refers to exact duplication of the buildings; usually costs more than replacement costs.