In a January 2007 study, it was found that 4,306 candidates for a real estate sales associate license sat for the examination. Those who were taking the examination for the first time (1,891) had a pass rate of 44 percent, a little below the previous year's average pass rate of 46 percent. Re-testing statistics are even worse: 72 percent of the 2,415 sales associate candidates retaking the examination failed. Do not be one of the statistics. You can pass on the first try with the help of this book. The book presents a clear and complete overview of all the main topics covered on the real estate salesperson examination and gives exam applicants the information and tools they need to successfully pass the exam -- on the first attempt. You will improve your test taking skills by completing the included sample test. Subjects covered include real estate legal issues, encumbrances, real estate law, financing real estate purchases, leasing, escrow accounts, contracts and legal documents including leases, taxes and taxation, land descriptions, and real estate math, terms, and definitions.
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Author Biography - Ken Lambert
Ken Lambert resides in southern New Hampshire with his wife, Danielle. After graduating with Honors with a Bachelor of Science degree from UMass-Amherst, Ken began his career in the housing industry, where he has worked mostly in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. A licensed builder, Ken has worked for various general contractors and real estate developers. He has also worked in property inspection, and as such has had his professional writing published in another Atlantic Publishing edition, via a Foreword in Inspect Before You Buy. He is also a member of the New Hampshire Real Estate Investors Association. In mid-2006, Ken began his second career in the housing-related mortgage field. He is the developer of a patent-pending new mortgage loan product, and is the principal of two mortgage-related firms: Ken Lambert Mortgage Enterprises, LLC (based in NH) and also Alternative Mortgage Funding, Ltd. (based in London, UK). During this time, he also has been employed as a Mortgage Consultant at Mortgage Master, Inc. For further information on Ken s real estate financing endeavors, please visit the following Web site www.homequitybuilder.info In his spare time, the author enjoys coaching and playing a variety of sports, and he enjoys canoeing and hiking as well."