Real Estatte 101 Glossary “I, & J'”

Lola and me

Been in LaJolla for Tom Ferry seminar.

Enjoy the I’s and J’s.

IMPROVED LAND   Any parcel of land which has been changed from its natural state through the creation of roads, buildings or other structures.

IMPROVEMENTS   
Any item added to vacant land with the intent of increasing its value or usability.

IMPROVEMENT RATIO   The comparative value of an improved piece of land to its natural, unaltered state.

INCOME APPROACH   The process of estimating the value of property by considering the present value of a stream of income generated by the property.

INCOME PROPERTY   A piece of property whose highest and best use is the generation of income through rents or other sources.

INDEPENDENT APPRAISAL   An estimation of value created by a professional, certified appraiser with no vested interest in the value of the property.

INSPECTION   The examination of a piece of property, its buildings or other amenities.

INSURABLE TITLE   The title to property which has been sufficiently reviewed by a title insurance company, such that they are willing to insure it as free and clear.

INTEREST RATE   A percentage of a loan or mortgage value that is paid to the lender as compensation for loaning funds.

INVESTMENT PROPERTY   Any piece of property that is expected to generate a financial return. This may come as the result of periodic rents or through appreciation of the property value over time.

JAMB   The side of a door frame.

JOINT TENANCY   A situation where two or more parties own a piece of property together. Each of the owners has an equal share, and may not dispose of or alter that share without the consent of the other owners.

JOISTS   Horizontal beams laid on edge to support flooring or a ceiling.

JUDGMENT   An official court decision. If the judgment requires payment from one party to another, the court may put a lien against the payee’s property as collateral.

JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE   A type of foreclosure conducted as a civil suit in a court of law.

JUMBO LOAN   A mortgage loan for an amount greater than the limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Often called non-conforming loans.a REMAX logo

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