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By Frank Cook

Within the moment variation of this best-selling booklet, Frank prepare dinner offers much more hands-on recommendation from top-producing genuine property execs to assist new brokers get their begin, or keep, a profitable occupation in genuine property. the second one variation bargains useful information for fast-tracking your first transaction, constructing a business plan, effectively facing rivals and masses more.


Interviews and real-life insights from the genuine property industry's such a lot profitable and best generating agents and agents.

Revised and up to date know-how bankruptcy bargains a jargon-free rationalization of the hi-tech techniques on hand today.

New appendix outlines the approximately 2 hundred components of a true property transaction in a brief, at-a-glance checklist.

New end-of-chapter advice provide useful, take-away recommendation and spotlight key innovations.

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Then, Japanese growth rates became far higher than they ever were during the pre‐war period4. During the period 1951–1973, the Japanese economy grew at an ­average annual rate of 10% in real terms. “In a span of only five years, from 1965 to 1970, Japan actually doubled its industrial capital stock” (Denison and Chung, 1976). 2% had become comparable to those of high income Western economies. 2 East Asian growth policies from an urbanization and housing perspective During the 1990s, economists widely debated the causes of rapid growth of the East Asian economies and the role that public policies played, especially regarding government interventions in industrialization (Chang, 2007).

8 In addition to raising the returns to urban concentration, what was important for land use and every type of real estate development in Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan is that coordinated private industrial investments were complemented by formal national ten‐year spatial development plans for the provision of national infrastructure and city‐level trunk ­infrastructure investments. As a result, public infrastructure investments usually anticipated private industrial investments. In that respect, East Asian growth contrasts with India, where national and city level public infrastructure investments still lag considerably behind private investments, and are of very uneven quality across states and cities (Garg, 2007).

Then we highlight key housing issues in a new era of deep socio‐ economic changes in South Korea. Having set this context, Chapter 10 then proceeds to the analysis of the six key players of cycles. It shows how the behavior of some of these players has changed significantly from earlier ­decades, and is bringing housing to a crossroads in terms of an adequate match between a rapidly shifting housing demand, with rapid population aging and a rising income inequality. 5 Part V: Conclusions The concluding Chapter, 11, offers two perspectives.

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