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Risk in the Global Real Estate Market : International Risk Regulation, Mechanism Design, Forecl...

ISBN: 9781118011355 | 111801135X
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Wiley
Pub. Date: 2/28/2012

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The foreclosure processes are typically defines by state statutes and the state's rules of civil procedure - these un-constitutional statutes and processes affect housing prices and the demand for housing and commercial real estate. Similarly, some elements of mortgage laws in the US are un-constitutional and hve adverse effects on property markets. Constitutional torts and property rights have become a major foundation for economic growth and transactions. The un-constitutionality of foreclosure processes, mortgages and land titles has significant implications for risk regulation, interstate commerce and legislation in the US and some common law countries. This book looks at the global mortgage market, and address topics such as: Foreclosure Statutes And Processes International Risk-Regulation Mortgages And Deeds Of Trust Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) And much more.

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