Real Estate Financing--Text, Forms, Tax Analysis
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Step-by-step coverage of every type and facet of real estate financing, including fee and leasehold mortgages; construction loans; financing of industrial and commercial condominiums, shopping centers and airspace projects; wrap-around mortgages; private mortgage insurance; sale and leaseback; syndications and real estate investment trusts; limited liability companies; tax-free exchanges; accounting methods.
Now with chapters on mortgage fraud and foreclosure rescue scam litigation.
In-depth tax analysis of all major types of transactions; Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac; mortgage loan opinions; commitment letters; appraisals; illustrative forms and documents; surveys of federal, state and local financing programs; SEC reporting and disclosure requirements; industrial bond programs; low-income housing tax credit; REITs; installment sales; mortgage-backed securities; workouts and distressed real estate; FIRREA and the RTC; interest-rate savings; real estate tax abatement; credit guarantees; Special charts, bibliography, index, and table of forms, updated regularly.
First published in 1973.
Also available on Authority Real Estate Law Library CD-ROM.
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Table of contents
PART I — The Mortgage as a Financing Tool — An Analysis of Conventional Mortgages and Federal, State and Local Programs
CHAPTER 1 — Scope of the Treatise and Discussion of Trends in Real Estate Financing
CHAPTER 1A — Analysis of Real Estate Investments
CHAPTER 1B — Mortgage Brokers
CHAPTER 1C — The Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act
CHAPTER 2 — Tax Issues Affecting Real Estate Financing
CHAPTER 2A — Preparing the Commercial Mortgage Application
CHAPTER 2B — Representing the Builder Owner of a New Office Building
CHAPTER 2C — Nominee Corporations
CHAPTER 2D — Mortgage Loan Opinions
CHAPTER 2E — Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)
CHAPTER 2F — State-by-State Summary of Usury Laws
CHAPTER 2G — Usury
CHAPTER 2H — Real Property Valuation Law for Real Estate Financing—Beyond Traditional Appraisals
CHAPTER 2I — Discrimination in Real Estate Financing
CHAPTER 2J — Commitment Letters
CHAPTER 2K — Ginnie Mae (GNMA) and the Ginnie Mae Mortgage-Backed Securities Programs
CHAPTER 2L — The Role of the Secondary Mortgage Market
CHAPTER 2M — Green Financing: Governmental and Private Programs Concerning Financing of Green Buildings
CHAPTER 3 — Mortgage Theory
CHAPTER 3A — Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FHLMC)
CHAPTER 3B — Variable Rate Mortgages
CHAPTER 3C — The Mortgage Recording Tax—Practical Considerations and Mortgage Drafting Problems
CHAPTER 3D — Construction Loan Financing
CHAPTER 3E — Commercial Mortgages: Law and Practice
CHAPTER 3F — Commercial Mortgage Forms
CHAPTER 3G — Mortgage-Backed Securities
CHAPTER 3H — Mortgage Modification Agreements
CHAPTER 3I — Residential Mortgages
CHAPTER 3J — State and Local Real Estate Financing Programs
CHAPTER 4 — Federal Real Estate Financing Programs
CHAPTER 4A — Federal Regulations Affecting Real Estate Financing
CHAPTER 4B — Consumer Privacy and Financial Institutions
CHAPTER 4C — Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
CHAPTER 4D — The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA)
CHAPTER 4E — Federal Securities Regulation of Real Estate Transactions
CHAPTER 4F — Licensing of Brokers and Dealers Involved in the Sale of Real Estate Syndications
CHAPTER 4G — Effect of Forfeiture Laws on Mortgage Lenders
CHAPTER 5 — Joint Ventures with Institutional and Other Lenders
CHAPTER 5A — Mortgage Fraud Legislation
CHAPTER 5B — Foreclosure Rescue Scam Litigation
PART II — The Lease as a Financial Vehicle
CHAPTER 6 — The Sale-Leaseback as a Financing Vehicle
CHAPTER 7 — Drafting Ground and Space Leases to Promote Mortgageability
CHAPTER 7A — Mortgageability of Ground and Space Leases
PART III — Tax-Free Exchanges; Tax Credits
CHAPTER 8 — The Tax-Free Exchange of Real Estate
CHAPTER 8A — The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
CHAPTER 8B — The Rehabilitation Tax Credit
PART IV — Secondary Financing and Title Issues
CHAPTER 9 — Title Issues Affecting Real Estate Financing
CHAPTER 9A — Secondary Financing
CHAPTER 10 — Workouts and Distressed Real Estate
CHAPTER 10A — FIRREA and the Resolution Trust Corporation
PART V — Financing Arrangements Tailored to Particular Projects
CHAPTER 11 — Real Estate Programs
CHAPTER 11A — Real Estate Investment Trusts
CHAPTER 11B — Real Estate Limited Partnerships
CHAPTER 11C — Limited Liability Companies
CHAPTER 12 — Financing Airspace Projects
CHAPTER 13 — Financing Industrial and Commercial Condominiums
CHAPTER 14 — Financing Shopping Centers
CHAPTER 14A — Condominium Project Workouts
CHAPTER 15 — Financing the Residential Condominium
CHAPTER 15A — Interest Rate Swaps
PART VI — Accounting for Real Estate Financing
CHAPTER 16 — Accounting for Real Estate Financing
CHAPTER 17 — Real Estate Financing Forms, Continued
CHAPTER 17A — [Reserved]
CHAPTER 17B — Accounting Practices of Real Estate Investment Trusts
PART VII — Other Transactions
CHAPTER 18 — The Installment Sale
CHAPTER 19 — Blockchain and Bitcoin (and Other Cryptocurrency) in Real Estate Financing
APPENDIX A — Selected Bibliography on Real Estate Financing (Including List of Websites)