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The Complete Guide to Equity Sharing: Everything You Need to Know to Create Profitable Equity Sharing Transactions.

The Complete Guide to Equity Sharing: Everything You Need to Know to Create Profitable Equity Sharing Transactions

This 336-page paperback is a guide to homeownership through equity sharing. This manual establishes the first standard model of the equity share and includes all sample forms. Additionally provided are step-by-step checklists, charts and sample transactions. Equity sharing is fast becoming the method by which first-time buyers and investors can profit together in the acquisition of real estate properties. (The book has been adopted by a professional real estate association in California and distributed by them on a state-wide basis.) For the first-time buyer without enough income to qualify for homeownership, equity sharing has become a solution to obtaining real estate. For the investor, profits and ownership can be gained without the hassle of management. Written by a lawyer/real estate broker, this book can be a valuable resource to accountants, financial planners, real estate agents, attorneys, title companies, lenders and appraisers as well as their clients.

by Marilyn D. Sullivan, Venture 2000 Publishers, Wood Island, 60 E. Sir Francis Drake, Suite 205, Larkspur, CA 94939, (800)843-6700, $19.95.
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Publication:The National Public Accountant
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 1, 1991
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