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e-book unravels fundamentals of the whole property world.

QUICKLOOK Books, the innovative new electronic bookstore, has published a concise guide to property as one of the first of its short, easy-to-read eBooks.

Quicklook@Property offers readers the chance to get to grips with the fundamentals of the full spectrum of the property world, exploring all major aspects of personal and commercial property and the occupations that depend upon the real estate market.

Written in a concise format, the new eBook broaches a subject that is rarely tackled in a broad, easy-to-read fashion, according to author Charles Dixon.

"While there are many books out there that focus on specific elements of the world of property," remarked Charles Dixon, "there is an astonishing lack of literature that offers a 'broad brush' guide to the subject.

"I wanted to write something that explored everything from the commercial real estate market right down to the notion of property itself and its place in modern society," added Dixon.

As a surveyor with over 30 years' experience, Charles Dixon has worked in an array of roles and disciplines across the real estate business. Over his career, Charles has encouraged the continuing self-regulation of the professional property world and pushed for greater transparency of processes for consumers involved in property issues, becoming a highly respected figure in the industry.

"Unlike most e books, Quicklook books can be printed by purchasers. All Quicklook books cost pounds 2.99, which includes VAT, where applicable.

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* INNOVATION: Quicklook@Property offers readers the chance to read about the fundamentals of the property world on their computer without having a 'book' taking up space
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Feb 11, 2010
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