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Product NameBarron's Real Estate Exam Flash Cards
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Short DescriptionHeight:3.1 inches / Length:5 inches / Weight:2.02 pounds / Width:5.14 inches
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AuthorJack P. Friedman Ph.D.
Page Count484
Long DescriptionThis set of flash cards is designed to help prepare applicants for real estate salesperson, broker, and appraiser licensing exams in all 50 states. General concepts and terms with specific exaplantions on the reverse side of each flash card cover real estate, contracts, finance, and licensing. The cards, which measure 4 1/2" x 2 3/4", each have a punch hole in one corner that accommodates an enclosed metal key-ring-style card holder. The ring allows users to arrange flash cards in any sequence that suits their study needs. This set of flash cards may be used alone or in tandem with Barron's test preparation manual, Barron's Real Estate Licensing Exams.
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