Real Estate Principles: A Value Approach demonstrates how value is central to virtually all real estate decision-making. Students using Ling and Archer should finish the course with a value-oriented framework, and a set of valuation and decision making tools that can be applied in a variety of real-world situations. The key to making sound investment decision is to understand how property values are created, maintained, increased or destroyed.

Since the launch of Real Estate Principals: A Value Approach, 2e significant and lasting changes have come upon the world of real estate. This is very true in real estate finance and capital sources where most of the traditional lenders have been transformed or displace, giving way to a radically different set of player in mortgage finance. There has been change as well with profound and far-reaching implications in a world where it is understandable that property values can go down as well as up. This realization will color every aspect of real estate investment, finance and transactions for the foreseeable future.

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3 Responses to “Real Estate Principles: A Value Approach (The Mcgraw-Hill/Irwin Series in Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate)”

  1. LMY April 23, 2016 at 4:04 pm #

    Great book for getting basic intro to Real Estate comprehensive, dry, easy read. Gets specific and material is fairly current with consideration to the economic conditions and finance resources as they are in 2012 – I realize there are a few editions with the same cover – so I’m referring to the 2009 version I had. A lot has changed even since 2009, but the information was geared toward fundamentals — which are pretty stable in all economies. For example, terms used in real estate, typical financial resources (titles, limitations, duties),…

  2. Albert Livingston April 23, 2016 at 4:04 pm #

    Best Introduction to Real Estate Text on the Market As an adjunct professor in real estate I have found many introduction level real estate texts to be bland, outdated, and simply far too basic for use on the collegiate level.Real Estate Principles is not plagued by any of these issues and is by far the best college level introduction to real estate text on the market. Ling and Archer have presented a very comprehensive list of material in a solid, clear, and concise manner. Flavor is added to the presentation through interesting…

  3. PiPPo NYC April 23, 2016 at 4:15 pm #

    Introductory book to real estate

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