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Real Estate Principles


  1. The MOST comprehensive method of conveying the result of an appraisal is ?
    a. the self-contained report.
    b. the form report.
    c. the restricted use report.
    d. the summary report.
  2. When flood conditions cause land to be washed away, this is known as ?
    a. accretion.
    b. alluvion.
    c. avulsion.
    d. accession.
  3. Al sold Blackacre to Betty, giving her an easement over Whiteacre. Years later, Al bought Blackacre back from Betty. What effect did his purchase have on the easement? ?
    a. The easement stayed with Betty.
    b. The easement is owned by Al.
    c. The purchase terminated the easement.
    d. The purchase had no effect on the easement.

Real Estate Practice


  1. Agent advice to owners on showing their home would NOT include ?
    a. instructions to be present so they can volunteer information.
    b. cleaning instructions.
    c. landscaping instructions.
    d. repair instructions.
  2. The AIDA approach does NOT include ?
    a. attention.
    b. demand.
    c. interest.
    d. action.
  3. A buyer intends to sell a house within two years. The buyer would prefer ?
    a. a loan with no prepayment penalty.
    b. a loan with low initial loan costs.
    c. an assumable loan.
    d. all of these.

Legal Aspects Of Real Estate


  1. Zoning for density is known as ?
    a. incentive zoning.
    b. bulk zoning.
    c. exclusionary zoning.
    d. inclusionary zoning.
  2. A contractor started a foundation for a new dwelling, but the owner was not satisfied with his work and paid him off. Three weeks later, the owner got a construction loan secured by a trust deed, which was recorded. The owner proceeded to hire another contractor to build his home, and when the building was finally completed, a painting subcontractor filed a mechanic's lien against the property. What is the result in this case? ?
    a. The trust deed takes priority over the mechanic's lien.
    b. The mechanic's lien will take priority because a mechanic's lien always takes priority over a trust deed.
    c. The subcontractor will not be able to file against the property but will be able to file a lien against the contractor's property.
    d. The mechanic's lien will take priority over the trust deed because some work was done before the trust deed was recorded.
  3. Which correctly matches the boundary with its boundary line? ?
    a. Road/center of the road
    b. Nonnavigable river/center of the river
    c. Navigable river/average low-water mark
    d. All of these are correctly matched