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  • ISBN 0131114441
  • ISBN13 978-0131114449
  • Language English
  • Author Pivar
  • Publisher Longman Higher Education; 8th edition (October 1, 1989)
  • Pages 375
  • Formats rtf lrf lit txt
  • Category Law
  • Subcategory Rules and Procedures
  • Size ePub 1711 kb
  • Size Fb2 1101 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 621


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Designed to prepare users to take and pass the California Real Estate Salesperson and Broker examinations, this text provides a complete background in California real estate principles and offers instruction and hands-on experience in examination techniques. You can use it in conjunction with California Real Estate Principles.

I also have the Real Estate Principles book by McKenzie, which contains diagrams and more information.

I also have the Real Estate Principles book by McKenzie, which contains diagrams and more information

Thousands of real estate professionals have successfully prepared for and passed their California Real Estate license exam using this classic examination prep guide.

Thousands of real estate professionals have successfully prepared for and passed their California Real Estate license exam using this classic examination prep guide. The text provides a complete background in California real estate principles and reflects the most recent changes in California real estate licensure requirements. Users appreciate how the authors provide help Thousands of real estate professionals have successfully prepared for and passed their California Real Estate license exam using this classic examination prep guide.

Xv, 398 pages : 28 cm. Includes index

Xv, 398 pages : 28 cm. Includes index.

Thousands of real estate professionals have successfully prepared for and passed their California Real Estate license exam using this classic examination prep . Dennis J. Mckenzie, William H. Pivar. Users appreciate how the authors provide helpful instruction and hands-on experience in examination techniques. The text can easily be used in conjunction with California Real Estate Principles or as a standalone preparation tool for the California real estate exam.

Thousands of real estate professionals like you have successfully prepared for and passed their California Real Estate license exam using this classic prep guide. You'll also appreciate how the authors provide helpful instruction and hands-on experience in examination techniques.

Real Estate Express helps you understand the California real estate license requirements. The requirements to become a real estate agent in California are clear - be 18 or older, complete three required courses, pass the written license exam and, finally, complete the license application. Know exactly what real estate courses are required before you enroll. Step 1: Meet the general California real estate license requirements: Be 18 years old or older to be issued a California real estate license. You also need to be honest. Conviction of a crime may result in the denial of a real estate license in California.

Items related to California Real Estate:License Preparation Text (Prentice. It provides a complete background in California real estate principles, and offers instruction and hands-on experience in examination techniques. Pivar, William . McKenzie, Dennis J. California Real Estate:License Preparation Text (Prentice Hall series in California real estate). ISBN 13: 9780135786260.

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Gaua
Prior to taking my California Salesperson exam I took all 8 classes that I'll need for my broker's license. Each of these classes was a correspondence course and each used books by the author Huber, sometimes with co-authors. I thought these books were very poor and have written so in a few reviews. After having passed all 8 courses I thought all I had to do to prep for my salesperson exam was review my notes from those books. (I had to create my own outline of the material because I found those books so confusingly organized.) Luckily a few days before my exam, I was at my public library and thought I'd look to see if there were any exam prep books. I found this book my Pivar & Mackenzie and took it out. Good thing I did. I really only had a Sunday and a Monday evening left to study for the test, but I read through the Pivar book during that time. It was well organized and clarified some material that I previously didn't understand because the material in the Huber books are so poorly written and presented. Even more importantly, the Pivar book included a lot of material that I had not seen, even having taken 8 classes. The practice exams in the Pivar book were also very good at forcing one to understand the material. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to go through many of the practice exam questions before my exam.

Well, I passed my exam yesterday. As I was taking it, I was shocked by how many questions I would not have understood if I had not read through the Pivar book. This book is very well organized and well written. I highly recommend it.
Fordg
I also have the Real Estate Principles book by McKenzie, which contains diagrams and more information. They go well together!

The License Preperation book is straight to the point in the text and has GREAT quizes and exam questions! I'm taking my test in a month, and I'm feeling pretty good about it!

Plus this offers great information for JUST California, I've gone through other books that serve other areas and made a book for CA, but it was lacking information and didn't go into the detail as much for things that are California specific!

Good luck to anyone who take the test, this book is a must!!!
Umi
If they cant bother to fix the plethora of grammatical and math errors in the book its going to take you for a ride. The book also is not very good at segmenting concepts, sometimes one can be reading and then find themselves in a new concept thinking it may or may not be an extension of the first concept. The typos are the most frustrating. If they cant edit it correctly and be sure that its a quality product, they dont deserve anyones business.
Buzatus
I got this book because of all the great reviews, but what I've found is an inordinate amount of errors that are very hard to overlook. There are so many typos, misprints, and grammatical errors in this book that I always wonder if what I'm reading is actually correct. There are also vague terms, poor word choices and very poorly structured sentences.

The amount of errors found in this book is completely unprofessional in a text where details and precise meaning is of the utmost importance. A slight misprint can make a sentence mean something completely different or even the opposite of what it's supposed to mean. Even a single letter can make a difference in the meaning of a word (such as the difference between 'owed' and 'owned') and I've found myself questioning things like this a lot.

Even more frustrating are the mistakes in the tests. For example, the book clearly tells you to automatically eliminate any test answers that contain grammatical errors or misspellings, but more than once now, those with errors have been the correct answers. Some of the questions are very poorly written and I have found a couple of math problems that are worded completely incorrectly. Moreover, there are questions with figures such as '$1,50' or answers such as 'd. a ' (...yeah, you figure it out.) There is also at least one wrong answer given as the right answer (ie, book says right answer is C, but explanation of answer belongs to B.) When every answer counts toward your test score and you're trying to bring your score up as high as possible, it is completely unacceptable to encounter this many errors.

There are far too many typos, misprints, grammatical errors, and test blunders to point out or explain in this review, but it makes me wonder what else is wrong, what else is missing, what else has been left out or misprinted or explained in the wrong way. I would prefer to be 100% confident that I am getting, and being tested on, the correct information without having to second guess it the whole time. They really need to go back through this entire book with a fine tooth comb and edit, edit, edit!
Blackbeard
I saw this at B&N for almost $50, came online and purchased a used copy for $5. It definitely helped me pass the exam. Each chapter is a good review. I found the appraisal chapter not thorough enough. Rather go to dre and read their publication. Still, this was part of my review process, and it helped me pass.
Hilarious Kangaroo
This is a good book, although it is a very old version.
Manazar
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This book is hands down the best resource you can use to study for the California Real Estate Exam (Salesperson or Broker). The questions at the end of each chapter are written in a manner to reinforce the most important concepts you need to know for the exam. The questions and concepts are practically identical to the material on the actual state exam. Make sure to understand the study questions, and you will be more than prepared for your exam.

Here is how I studied - I quickly read each chapter and did all the study questions. I did not write down any notes from the chapter. I only took notes from the study questions. Two days before my exam, I did all of the study questions again. I did not get to the 3 review tests at the end of the book, but I still passed.