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multiple license vs group license in florida
Preparing for the Real Estate Exam
Kevin Johnson

Multiple License vs Group License

A common exam question you may be asked on the Florida real estate exam for sales associates, brokers, and instructors is to identify the differences

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what is a bedroom - florida building code
Next Level Real Estate
Kevin Johnson

What is a Bedroom?

The number of bedrooms is critically important for a home, after all, it is one of the core criteria most buyers search by when looking

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title verus deed
Preparing for the Real Estate Exam
Kevin Johnson

Title vs Deed

There is often confusion between what a deed is and what title is. In this blog, we’ll explain the difference between a real estate deed

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Mutual Recognition vs Reciprocity
Preparing for the Real Estate Exam
Kevin Johnson

Mutual Recognition vs Reciprocity

While often used interchangeably, there is a big difference between mutual recognition and reciprocity. In this article, we will explain the key differences between these

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Calculating the State Transfer Taxes
Preparing for the Real Estate Exam
Kevin Johnson

Calculating the State Transfer Taxes

Whenever property transfers from one party (grantor) to another party (grantee), certain documents need to be recorded in the public records to give constructive notice.

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