98% of Real Estate purchase in California use the California Association of Realtors (CAR) California Residential Purchase Agreement and Joint Escrow Instructions (Purchase Agreement) which can be found on pages 185 – 194 in our book. Your broker is Ms. Brown; the office is located at 1500 N. Verdugo Rd., Glendale CA 91208. The address of the property is 135 Shady Lane in La Crescenta. It’s a 1600 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 ¾ bath home with a wood-burning fireplace in the family room on a 7500 square foot flat lot.
Your assignment is to complete the Purchase Agreement for the buyers below.
Bob and Bonny Buyer visit your following Sunday open house and wish to write an offer. Because of prior commitments, the appointment is made for the following Tuesday at 7:00 P.M. at your office. Write an offer for the buyers using the following information:
The purchase price to be $375,000
Down payment to be 20%
Interest to be 4.0% for 30 years; buyers to pay 1 point
Seller to pay for a home warranty not to exceed $450 to cover the air conditioning and the roof.
They want all existing fixtures (Remember sellers’ wish to reserve the DR light fixture). They also want the D.R. hutch.
Escrow to be for 45 days.
In addition to completing the Purchase Agreement, please answer the questions below in a one-page (not two to three) essay.
What other information may you need to accompany this offer prior to presenting it to the sellers?
What information do you want to point out to the buyers about the contract? For example, what parts do you need to explain to them because it is complicated or they have a choice to make.
What forms around agency must you have the buyers complete?
((Although there are other required disclosures, for this project you will only need to fill out the Buyer’s Advisory).
This essay will attempt to examine the relationship between and role that ‘the family’ does play in the reproduction of social inequalities. It will begin by defining the terms ‘family’ and ‘social inequalities’. The primary inequalities on which this essay will be focused on are gender and sexuality, however the role of the family in class inequality will also be examined in relation to education and job opportunities. Within sociology and other social sciences, the definition, constitution and role of the family has been a subject of contentious discourse. A number of theorists have examined the sociological meaning of ‘the family’, hence the rise of several theories such as Functionalist and Marxist. An example of a functionalist theorist is Talcott Parsons, he saw the family as an institution of socialisation and stabilisation which, he believed, was essential to obtaining and maintaining of a healthily functioning society. Alternatively, the founder of Marxism, Karl Marx, claimed that the primary function of the traditional nuclear family was economic and that is enables the continuity and development of capitalism in societies. (O’Keefe, 2018) However, this essay is not a historical account of the development of the sociological definition of the family or the theorists involved. Currently there is no universally accepted definition of ‘the family’ despite the concept of a family itself being a globally recognised one. While there is no absolute agreement there are a number of characteristics which are traditionally accepted as being a basis for ‘the family’, these are: common ancestry or kinship. marriage or committed relationships, and adoption. These characteristics will serve as the framework for the definition of family that will be used to examine its role in the reproduction of inequalities.(O’Keefe, 2018)It is also very important to note that ‘the family’ is a social institution. Furthermore, the family is the oldest of the five social institutions recognised in sociology, the other four being economy, state, religion and education. Social inequalities are disparities in resources between groups in society, which especially affect minority groups. The generational reproduction of social inequality is also known as the process of social reproduction. Inequalities can occur in a multitude of realms including education, healthcare and housing. The main social inequalities that is reproduced by the family that will be explored in this essay is that of gender inequality, sexual or sexuality inequalities and class related inequalities in education will also be examined. While the term ‘gender inequality’ seems inclusive the groups it represe>GET ANSWER