LAW 423 Advanced Real Estate

3 credits, Fall or Spring (offered as needed)

Expands on the principles of real property law into the more sophisticated areas of conveyancing, mortgage and equity financing, and forms of property ownership, preparing for settlements, recording of documents, and applications for title insurance. Residential and commercial transactions, including leasing, cooperatives and condominiums, timesharing, syndications, and tax implications are covered. Students focus on the distinctions among specific financial institutions, appraisers, real estate agents, and mortgage makers and their roles in the real estate market. Legal specialty course (LSC)

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in LAW 223