The STUDY GUIDE FOR OREGON REAL ESTATE LAW offers a thorough overview of the theory and practice of real estate law in Oregon. Designed to accompany a prelicense course, the text includes over 1,500 practice questions, most of which were drawn from past state examinations. The text is also ideally arranged for self-study, progressing from the basics to more advanced subjects in an orderly fashion. In addition to being an invaluable tool for anyone interested in obtaining an Oregon real estate license, the book is an excellent starting point for investors and anyone else who must deal with real estate transactions.
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John Jeddeloh, RealtorŪ, GRI, CRS, is a Portland RealtorŪ who began his real estate career in 1971 and since has worked in sales, property management and as a broker. Mr. Jeddeloh is a graduate of the RealtorsŪ Institute and a Certified Residential Specialist, two respected designations that the real estate profession grants to members who excel in their field. For many years he taught real estate prelicense courses at local schools, including classes in Oregon Real Estate Law. He is an expert on Oregon prelicense examinations and has used that knowledge here to create a text that will give the student a thorough preparation.
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Book Description Real Estate Pub Inc, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1878572083