This Video Explains the Florida Real Estate Sales Associate Online Course and the Online Exam Cram Videos offered by Tony Mesa Real Estate School.
This video explains how to calculate the sales price using the commission dollar amount to the sales associate, the sales associate commission split percentage and total commission percentage.
This video explains how to use the tax on the deed to calculate the sales price.
This video explains our online cram videos designed to help you pass the Florida real estate exam.
This video explains capitalization rates and how they are used in appraisal of income producing and properties.
This video covers calculation of taxes in Florida including an explanation of the Homestead Exemption.
This video covers a few aspects of the government survey system with a special focus on townships and sections.
This video covers key concepts in mortgage loan amortization.
This video covers a common math problem type on the Florida real estate exam in which a developer is building homes on acreage. The student must know that one acre = 43,560 square feet and also must know that one yard = three feet.
This video covers the sales comparison approach of estimating value (also called the comparable sales approach). When using this approach you use similar properties that have sold recently in the same area to estimate the value of the property being appraised.
This video covers the proration of rental income when a rental property is being sold and purchased.
This video covers the storage bins math problem for the Florida Real Estate Exam. The storage bins math problem involves calculating yearly income for a building that will be turned into a storage facility.
This video covers the special assessment math problem for the Florida Real Estate Exam.
This video covers how to prepare for the Florida real estate exam.
This video covers the tax on deed, tax on mortgage and tax on note math problem for the Florida Real Estate Exam. The memory aid taxes are a SIN is used.
This video covers the property tax proration math problem for the Florida Real Estate Exam.
This is a memory aid for Potential Gross Income - Vacancy and Collection Losses = Effective Gross Income - Operating Expenses = Net Operating Income - Debt Service = Cash Throw Off (Before Tax Cash Flow). One of the many memory aids I teach students.
This video covers basic income property analysis discussing potential gross income, vacancy and collection losses, effective gross income, operating expenses, net operating income, debt service and cash throw-off (before tax cash flow).
This video covers the application process for becoming a licensed real estate sales associate in Florida. This video also covers the course and examination requirements.
Informative article sent to me by Ray Hinds (a student of mine from years ago). The South Florida market has been stable the last few months after the price increases of the last few years. Here is the article: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/fl-home-price-outlook-20131225,0,2236398.story
Credit to Ray for sending me this article. Here is Ray's website: http://www.hindsrealtygroup.com/home.asp
Shocking but let's take this apart. Pembroke Pines has good schools, nice parks and location. Pembroke Pines is close enough to enjoy or work in Miami but Miami has become a major city and Pembroke Pines is a lot less hectic. Pembroke Pines has easy access to major roads and Ft. Lauderdale Airport. We have a combination of buyers moving from the colder parts of the US, buyers moving from Miami in search of a more suburban setting and foreign buyers. Are you surprised that Pembroke Pines was the fourth most searched zip code in the US in 2013 and what are your favorite things about Pembroke Pines?