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Real Estate 101

Real Estate 101

Andrew Carnegie held that 90% of all millionaires made their fortunes in real estate, and owning one’s own home is a staple of the American Dream. More sobering is the fact that were it not for their homes, most people would have virtually no net worth. Real Estate 101 introduces students to real estate investing. Larry Burkett’s World’s Easiest Pocket Guide to Buying Your First House covers the basics of the home buying process, while lectures and activities focus on purchasing income-producing real estate. Weekly reading assignments go over the pros and cons of renting versus owning, what to look for in a real estate agent, checklists for looking at properties, and financing a home purchase. Topics covered in class include reasons to invest in real estate, using credit responsibly, various types of real estate, and tips for making wise investment choices.

Lesson 1
The first week of Real Estate 101 explores reasons to invest in real estate. The reading assignment contrasts the pros and cons of owning one’s own home, rather than renting. It also contains a budget to determine Net Spendable Income, and online resources to get a general idea of an affordable mortgage amount. Topics covered in class include leverage, appreciation, liquidity, and various examples of real estate investments. Students are encouraged to start looking at buildings they pass every day and think about income potential, cash flow, management, and other things they have just learned.

Lesson 2
Now that we’ve talked about why people invest in real estate, week two starts the practical aspects of preparing to buy real estate. This section in the book focuses on a person’s “wish list” for the perfect home, advantages and disadvantages of various types of homes, and factors affecting resale value. Because most people won’t pay cash for the properties they purchase, class discussion centers on credit. Starting with a simple definition of credit, focus then shifts to responsible use of credit, warning about the pitfalls of credit, and an explanation of what credit scores are all about. The class concludes with the importance of developing a savings plan, and the benefits of lender pre-approval.

Lesson 3
Week Three reading kicks off with tips on finding a good real estate agent, then moves into aspects of financing a home purchase, including different types of mortgages and government financing, as well as the loan application process. Class discussion for the week includes investor mentality and tips, an examination of the overall home buying process, and an in-depth review of how to look at real estate.

Lesson 4
Reading assignments for Real Estate 101 wrap up with assessing a home’s value, making an offer, and closing the deal. Now that students have learned the basics of the home buying process, class lectures conclude with a few other important issues. These include what to do to increase the value of a home as well as things to avoid, the effect of length of mortgage on total interest paid over the life of the loan, and developing a real estate investment system to build wealth.

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