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Real Estate Principles


    Real Estate Practice


    1. A broker open house is of greatest value when the property ?
      a. is in a large market with hundreds of listings.
      b. is overpriced.
      c. has a very limited use.
      d. has been reduced in price.
    2. Which of the following statements regarding agency disclosure is TRUE? ?
      a. The confirmation of agency must be in writing.
      b. The three steps of the disclosure process are disclose, elect, confirm.
      c. The selling agent must confirm the agency before the buyer makes an offer.
      d. All of these are true.
    3. A CMA is BEST described as ?
      a. a formal appraisal.
      b. the cooperative marketing approach of multiple listings.
      c. a reflection of the reality of the marketplace.
      d. the comparative mortgage analysis performed by agents in advising buyers as to lender and loan type.

    Legal Aspects Of Real Estate


    1. Involuntary liens include all EXCEPT ?
      a. judgment liens.
      b. tax liens.
      c. attachment.
      d. trust deeds.
    2. After an owner developed his property, water runoff from it damaged a lower property. Which statement about liability for this damage is TRUE? ?
      a. The upper-land owner is strictly liable.
      b. The upper-land owner is liable for only the percentage of damage based on the percentage of increase in runoff.
      c. If the development was reasonable use of the land with reasonable care, the upper-land owner is not liable.
      d. None of these is true.
    3. A dispute between riparian rights holders would likely be heard by the ?
      a. federal district court.
      b. local water agency.
      c. Water Resources Control Board.
      d. none of these.