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Please summarize the chapter 9 (fiscal & monetary policy) question 1 – question 5 depends on the theories

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me learn.
please summarize the Chapter 9 (Fiscal & Monetary Policy) Question 1 – Question 5 depends on the THEORIES

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You are a real estate broker in california.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate multi-part question and need a reference to help me learn.
1. Broker A meets Broker B to show a house in San Diego. When driving away, Broker B runs over Broker A’s foot. Assume Broker B is legally at fault due to negligence for the harm caused because Broker B was on his phone checking on the status of his fantasy football team at the time. Broker B refused to acknowledge responsibility and drove off. Broker B also left the scene of the accident which is a state crime. Broker A has suffered substantial medical injuries totaling $50,000 in medical bills and another $10,000 in lost wages. Broker A is considering filing a lawsuit against Broker B. Where should Broker A file the lawsuit? What type of damages should Broker A include in the lawsuit and for what amount?
2. You are a Real Estate Broker in California. One day, the California Department of Real Estate makes an arbitrary rule that, “Real Estate Brokers in California can no longer use any form of advertising (commercial speech) to market their services.” This new rule would financially ruin your local real estate brokerage. What could you do about it? Where would you file a lawsuit? Who would you sue? Upon which Constitutional Amendment would you rely on to protect your rights in this situation?
For best results, please structure your essay responses in the IRAC format: 1) state the legal ISSUE(S); 2) identify the applicable RULE(S) / laws; 3) APPLY the facts at bar to those laws; and 4) state a CONCLUSION.
When citing the applicable RULE or LAWS please only do so from the textbook. A proper citation from the text is necessary to provide the law (case; statute; legal doctrine) to support your argument. Without cited law you are not making legal argument; merely unsupported conclusions.

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Daniel f. hinkel, isbn 978-1-2854-4838-1

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me learn.
Complete chapter 4 practical Assignment #8 & #11, please based on California state and do San Mateo county for question 11
Essentials of Practical Real Estate Law, 6th Edition, by
Daniel F. Hinkel, ISBN 978-1-2854-4838-1

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Learning goal: i’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me learn.
Complete all the questions that I attached

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Learning goal: i’m working on a real estate multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
The purpose of this assignment is to apply the valuation techniques in the direct capitalization model to your investment report. Please submit a Word or PDF file for your answer, and an Excel file to show your calculation (you may use multiple tabs, but only the first tab will be used for grading purposes; please state your assumptions in the first tab as well, including the case’s page number on the PDF file, if necessary, for reference).

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me learn.
I recently heard about real estate wholesale, I wanted to know if it is a good job and how I can get into this business.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me learn.
Our Topic: United States Economy and Real Estate Market Case Study of NEW YORK
based on the topic and connected with the article do an INTRODUCTION part
FORMATTING: half page, double spaced

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his answer: Your case one assignment had wrong information in all of the blanks.

his answer: Your case one assignment had wrong information in all of the blanks. Please use the following information to fill out the forms:
CASE STUDY #1: CONVENTIONAL NEW LOAN – fill in the first twelve paragraphs.
https://www.trec.texas.gov/sites/default/files/pdf-forms/20-15_3.pdf (Links to an external site.)
Use Google Chrome and print to .pdf before saving.
You need to study pages 416 – 428 for a sample contract that will help you with this case.
You are only allowed one attempt at each of the two cases.
I count off for capitalization errors.
Saving a PDF File
Open the PDF file.
Fill in/complete the all of the fields within the form.
After completing your assignment, select the Print icon.
Make sure the Destination reads Save as PDF. …
Select the Save icon and save the file. …
You can then submit the PDF file that you saved by selecting it from your files.
SELLER:
Bob Scott Zeller and wife Sarah Ann Wyatt Zeller
1927 Lazy Oaks, Houston, TX 77123, tel 713 497 3411 , zeller@abc.com
BUYER:
Ima Goode Byer, a single person
1000 Desert Drive, Phoenix, AZ, 5531 1, tel 502 465 3512, byer@ abc.com
PROPERTY:
lot 1, block 2 Homewoods, Section 1; 1927 Lazy Oaks, city of Houston, county of Harris, TX
77 123; built 1979.
EXCLUSIONS:
Seller will retain all birdbaths. garden sculptures & ornaments, pots, and potted plants.
SALES PRICE:
$130,000
DOWN PAYMENT: 5%
LTVR: 95%
FINANCING:
15 year conventional loan, fixed rate.
4% fixed origination charges 3%
purchase subject to approval; buyer has 14 days to notify seller of loan non-approval
EARNEST MONEY:
$3000
TITLE CO/SURVEY
The title policy will not be amended.
ABC Title Co., 1234 West Loop South, Houston, TX 77057. Seller pays for title
ins. Buyer pays for survey, due within 7 days after contract. Buyer has 7 days to object to anything in
Paragraph 6. Buyer plans to build a backyard pool. No mandatory HOA.
PROPERTY CONDITION:
Seller gave disclosure before contract. No repairs. Seller will pay $300 for
residential service contract.
CLOSING DATE:
approximately 30 days after execution date.
POSSESSION:
upon closing and funding
SPECIAL PROVISIONS:
(Buyer) requests a response within 48 hours.
Seller, at seller’s expense, shall provide a current CLUE report on the property within 7 days of contract
execution date.
SETTLEMENT EXPENSES:
Seller agrees to pay $1200 of buyer’s expenses.
OPTION:
14 days, $100
personal check, counts toward price.
EXECUTION DATE:
March 15 (current year)
BROKERS:
Listing Co.: Prudential, 3%, agent Diane Murray
Other Co.: 20th Century, 3%, agent John Harrison, a buyer’s agent.
ADDENDUM:
This purchase is contingent upon sale of Buyer’s other property
at 1000 Desert Dr., Phoenix, AZ., by March 31. Buyer gets 3 days to remove contingency, pays additional $500 earnest money.
CLUE=
Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me

Learning Goal: I’m working on a real estate question and need support to help me learn.
please summarize the Question 6 – Question 10 depends on the Economic Theory

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CASE STUDY #2: CONVENTIONAL NEW LOAN – fill in the rest of the contract plus the

CASE STUDY #2: CONVENTIONAL NEW LOAN – fill in the rest of the contract plus the two addenda.
https://www.trec.texas.gov/sites/default/files/pdf…https://www.trec.texas.gov/sites/default/files/pdf-forms/10-6.pdf
https://www.trec.texas.gov/sites/default/files/pdf…
ou must submit this assignment and include all three attachments. I do not grade submissions with fewer than three attachments.
You are allowed only one attempt with each of the two cases.
Be careful with your capitalization, it make a difference.
SELLER:
Bob Scott Zeller and wife Sarah Ann Wyatt Zeller
1927 Lazy Oaks, Houston, TX 77123, tel 713 497 3411 , zeller@abc.com
BUYER:
Ima Goode Byer, a single person
1000 Desert Drive, Phoenix, AZ, 5531 1, tel 502 465 3512, byer@ abc.com
PROPERTY:
lot 1, block 2 Homewoods, Section 1; 1927 Lazy Oaks, city of Houston, county of Harris, TX
77 123; built 1979.
EXCLUSIONS:
Seller will retain all birdbaths. garden sculptures & ornaments, pots, and potted plants.
SALES PRICE:
$130,000
DOWN PAYMENT: 5%
LTVR: 95%
FINANCING:
15 year conventional loan, fixed rate 4%
fixed origination charges 3%
purchase subject to approval; buyer has 14 days to notify seller of loan non-approval
EARNEST MONEY:
$3000
TITLE CO/SURVEY
The title policy will not be amended.
ABC Title Co., 1234 West Loop South, Houston, TX 77057. Seller pays for title
ins. Buyer pays for survey, due within 7 days after contract. Buyer has 7 days to object to anything in
Paragraph 6. Buyer plans to build a backyard pool. No mandatory HOA.
PROPERTY CONDITION:
Seller gave disclosure before contract. No repairs. Seller will pay $300 for
residential service contract.
CLOSING DATE:
approximately 30 days after execution date.
POSSESSION:
upon closing and funding
SPECIAL PROVISIONS:
On all case studies, insert the following:
(Buyer) requests a response within 48 hours.
Seller, at seller’s expense, shall provide a current CLUE report on the property within 7 days of contract
execution date.
SETTLEMENT EXPENSES:
Seller agrees to pay $1200 of buyer’s expenses.
OPTION:
14 days, $100
personal check, counts toward price.
EXECUTION DATE:
March 15 (current year)
BROKERS:
Listing Co.: Prudential, 3%, agent Diane Murray
Other Co.: 20th Century, 3%, agent John Harrison, a buyer’s agent.
(If you are having trouble with one of the checkboxes in Google Chrome, use Nitro Reader instead.): https://www.gonitro.com/download (Links to an external site.)
ADDENDUM:
This purchase is contingent upon sale of Buyer’s other property
at 1000 Desert Dr., Phoenix, AZ., by March 31. Buyer gets 3 days to remove contingency, pays additional $500 earnest money.
CLUE=
Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange