HOMEWORK 2 LAST NAME INITIALS A THROUGH E
Questions 1-50: 1.50 points each
Due date: 10/18/2016
Questions 51-70: 1.25 points each
1. In an attempt to regulate home mortgage lending after the mortgage crisis of 2007, which of the following acts created an
Background- Southeast Asia contains some of the most populous and fastest growing cities in the world.
While they are still developing, many feature high-rise developments and several of the worlds tallest
-This model was developed in 1967 by T
World Systems Theory (1974-89): proposed a three-tier structure to a one-world economic
and political structure; the "core" (industrialized capitalist countries US, UK, Japan)
dominates other countries; the "semi-periphery" (industrializing Brazil, China,
Chapter 4 vocabulary
Ad valorem taxes- Property taxes that are based on the market value of the property.
Affordable housing allocation- A requirement that encourages or mandates a reasonable and fair
component of new housing construction for lower-income
Chapter 3 vocabulary
Growth in size by addition or accumulation of soil to land by gradual, natural deposits.
Acknowledgment- Confirmation that a deed reflects the intention and action of the grantor.
Acre- An important measure of land area (co
Linkages- The attractions or important access needs that one land use has for other land uses. The demand for access between
one urban activity and others is referred as the activitys linkages.
Economic baseThe set of economic activities that a city provi
Chapter 2 vocabulary
Assessment lien- Lien assessment by local governments to ensure that those who receive the primary
benefit of neighborhood improvements will be charged their fair share. (See Special assessments.)
Community development district (CDD)-
Chapter 1 vocabulary
An important measure of land area (containing 43,560 square feet).
Capital markets- The financial sector of the economy that serves to allocate financial resources
among households and firms requiring funds
Ways to minimize market risk
Avoid projects with high market risk
Most hotels and motels
Restaurants and entertainment facilities
For example: one can avoid any kind of land development where the end user is
not already locked in.
Chapter 1 vocabulary
An important measure of land area
(containing 43,560 square feet).
Capital markets- The financial sector
of the economy that serves to allocate
financial resources among households
and firms requiring funds
HOMEWORK 4 LAST NAMES A THROUGH E
Due date (12/06/2016)
While it is often sufficient to rely on informal methods of estimating the market value of real estate assets,
the complexity and large dollar value of many real estate decisions dictate that form
HOMEWORK 1 LAST NAME INITIALS A THROUGH E
Due date: 09/20/2016
Q1-Q50: THEORETICAL QUESTIONS (1 point each)
Q51-Q70: COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS (2.5 points/each)
1. When viewed as a tangible asset, real estate can be defined as the land and its pe
HOMEWORK 3 LAST NAMES A THROUGH E
Due date (11/17/2016)
1. A city's potential for growth or its susceptibility to decline is determined by a set of economic activities that
the city provides for the world beyond its boundaries. Economists refer to this se
AP Human Geography Models & Theories (not necessarily comprehensive!
1. Demographic Transition Model
2. Gravity Model
3. Zelinsky (perceptual regions)
Zelinsky was student of Carl Sauer; a cultural geographer who, for six decades, has been
an original and