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PLEG290 - Real Property Law

Semester Credit Hour(s) 3
This course will provide students with a fundamental comprehension of the concepts and working terminology of real property law, including but not limited to disclosure obligations and regulations affecting brokers, sales people and owners. Students will analyze and apply the real property law to buying, selling, leasing and financing real estate. This course includes an overview of the general laws of land such as ownership and transactions, including rights and interests in land; forms of ownership and methods of title transfer; title examinations and insurance; parties to a real estate transaction; the sales agreement and contract; real estate finance including appraisals and mortgages; the owner-broker relationship; deeds and indentures; real property descriptions; the closing and settlement process; and post- settlement activities. This course will equip students with tools needed to provide support with the process of a real estate transaction and the documentation involved.

Prerequisite(s): PLEG 110