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Sinopsis: Winner of the National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE) First-Time Author Robert Bruss Award -- Each generation has unique life experiences, a distinct peer personality, and they make different life choices. Generational Housing: Myth or Mastery focuses on the personality of each generation of the last century, and explores the effect of those differences on housing. The book covers five generations: Millennials, an emerging market buying real estate earlier than any generation that has gone before; Generation X, the most active buyers today; Boomers, upscale buyers, having purchased vacation homes and investment property but whose portfolios and retirement plans are impacted by the economic crisis; Silents, a high percentage owning homes with large equity; and the G.I. Generation, the original seniors, many now lost to us. It also discusses the social impact of immigration and ethnic groups. Each generation views housing options and approaches housing decisions differently. Asset planning, finance and taxation affect them differently as well, but they are equally important to all home buyers and sellers Generational Housing: Myth or Mastery presents these vital topics in a clearly stated, understandable manner to guide both the agent and the consumer. It is an interesting, conversational read in 149 very informative pages.
About the Author: Carmen Multhauf has a distinguished career as a Broker and author of educational books for real estate agents. She has extensive experience in real estate, having served as regional director of a real estate franchise and as President of a local Association of REALTORSÂ®. She founded Training and Broker Services (TABS) and authored the Senior Housing Specialist course and the comprehensive "hands on" Real Estate Guide Series for continuing education. Carmen has a degree from U.C.L.A. in Industrial Relations. Lloyd G. Multhauf earned a Ph.D. in Physics from the Pennsylvania State University and spent his first career as a scientist, researcher and administrator at a National Laboratory. He has contributed to many TABS publications, and has applied his penchant for research and his interest in how people interact to the analysis of Generational Housing through the century.
Título: Generational Housing: Myth or Mastery
Editorial: Training and Broker Services
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