A gable roof is an inverted V style roof.
Gambrel style roofs are often noted as barn roofs, they are steep at the
end, but much less steep toward the center.
A deed that covenants that a grantor will protect the grantee in the event
of a claim that there is a defective title to a property.
Irregularly shaped Quarter sections of land, typically caused to be
irregular due to natural objects like bodies of water, are described as
A system of land survey that has a rectangular basis that divides
districts into 24 square mile segments from a Meridian (North-South) and a
Baseline (East-West), and these segments are further divided into 6 square
mile Townships. Townships are similarly divided into 36 parcels nearly 1
square mile in size called Sections.
The Government National Mortgage Association is a outgrowth of the FNMA.
The organization was designed to assist in the management and liquidation
of the original FNMA.
The elevation of a property.
The person to whom real estate is transferred or conveyed.
The person who transfer (conveys) real estate.
Rent Multiplier (GRM)
A market derived figure that can provide a general indication of value
when multiplied by gross rental income. A "GRM" figure is
usually arrived at by an appraiser by dividing the sales price of a number
of similar or comparable sales by their rental income, and then
reconciling the figures.
Synonymous with a land lease, a ground lease is a lease on vacant land
only. This type of lease is often given by corporations, estates and
individuals who expect to benefit from the land over the long term. A
sales/lease analysis is used to forecast the benefit of holding a parcel
of land versus selling it outright. Properties with exceptional locations,
where their highest and best use may improve over time, are often held by