Global Real Estate School Podcast

Helping Students Pass the Real Estate Exam

Part two of the Government rectangular survey system on Episode 033 of the Global Real Estate School Podcast.


How much do you know about the government rectangular system? Find out more about this type of legal description on today's podcast. 


What is unique about the Metes and Bounds Legal Description?  Find out on today's podcast from Global Real Estate School


Have a strategy for passing the real estate exam in your state.  Listen to our Podcast to find out more with John Mayfield and Global Real Estate School.


If a purchaser paid $3,000 for one square mile and five acres, how much did they pay for the property?  Find out on episode 029 from Global Real Estate School.


$3,000 X 645 = $1,935,000


Sometimes it's challenging to answer questions from Fair Housing, especially the difference between race and national origin?  Find out the difference on today's podcast.


In this episode, find out a little bit about Global Real Estate School and why our school is different than the competition.  


Do you know what "blockbusting," also called "panic peddling is?"  Find out on today's podcast.


The illegal practice of directing minorities to areas populated by the same race or religion is called?

A.  Steering

B.  Blockbusting

C.  Redlining

D. Panic Peddling


How well do you know the Fair Housing Laws?  Listen to Global Real Estate School's latest podcast to find out more.

A Three story apartment complex built in 1965 does not meet with the handicapped access provisions for the 1988 Fair Housing Act. The owner must:

A.  Make the ground floor handicapped accessible

B.  Make the first and second floors assessable

C.  Make the entire building assessable

D.  The owner doesn't have to comply since it's less than four stories


Listen to the podcast to find out the correct answer.


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