This course is an advanced, comprehensive course in real estate law, property law and property transactions. "Traditional" learning is integrated with computerized data research and document preparation. Students will be prepared for working with law firms, real estate agencies, land title insurance companies, banks and other mortgage lending institutions. Students will be prepared to complete commercial and residential real estate transactions from contract of sale through document preparation, closing, recordings, disbursement of funds and follow-up.
Prerequisite: PLA 2610.
Terms Offered: Spring
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