Real Estate Math Problem – Proration on HUD-1

One of the most confusing types of real estate math problem you will encounter is determining what portion of expenses the seller and buyer owes. While most of these calculations are taken care of by the settlement company, it is a good idea for any real estate agent to know how it is calculated. Most … Read more

Real Estate Math Problem – Will the Abrams qualify for a loan?

Check out our latest “Math in a Minute” video – Quick real estate math examples with complete solutions explained. In this episode, we will calculate Debt-To-Income (DTI) ratios that banks will typically look at before determining how much a buyer can afford on a loan.

Real Life Real Estate Math: What an agent needs to know about the Case Shiller Index

Earlier this week, the S&P released the Case-Shiller Indices for January 2011. As a real estate agent, you should be familiar with this real estate math term and what the numbers mean. There are varying opinions on the usefulness of the Case-Shiller Index for real estate professionals. This post breaks down what you need to … Read more

25 Strategies to Solve Real Estate Math Problems (Part 2)

Taking the real estate licensing exam can be difficult, especially if math isn’t your strong suit. But don’t worry, EZ Real Estate Math is here to help with your real estate licensing exam prep! In the two-part post, we describe 25 strategies for tackling the math questions on your real estate licensing exam. Our first … Read more

25 Strategies to Solve Real Estate Math Problems (Part 1)

Taking the real estate licensing exam can be difficult, especially if math isn’t your strong suit. But don’t worry, EZ Real Estate Math is here to help with your real estate licensing exam prep! In the two-part post, we describe 25 strategies for tackling the math questions on your real estate licensing exam. This first … Read more