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(TCO A) What is the cause of a shift in a good's supply curve?




Question;1. (TCO A) What is the cause of a shift in a good's supply curve?(Points: 20)2. (TCOs A, B, C) Based on the following data, estimate net operatingincome. Show your work in good form.Two-bedroom units rent for $600 per month (total of 40 units)One-bedroom units rent for $450 per month (total of 20 units)Vacancy and uncollectible rent losses typically amount to six percent ofpotential gross rent.Operating expenses average approximately 45 percent of potential grossincome. (Points: 30)3. (TCOs C, D) What determines whether a mortgage loan is termed junioror senior? (Points: 20)4. (TCO D) Discuss the advantages of a tax-free exchange, and the majorqualifications of this treatment. (Points: 20)5. (TCO E) Describe the problem of multiple solutions associated with theinternal rate of return computation. (Points: 20)6. (TCO E) Describe the reinvestment rate problem associated withcomparing projects using the internal rate of return. (Points: 20)7. (TCO E) What discounted cash flow approach works best wheninvestors are faced with mutually dependent opportunities? Explain. (Points: 20)8.(TCOs F, G) What are the relative advantages and disadvantages ofthe certainty equivalent technique of adjusting for risk? (Points: 20)9. (TCOs F, G) What is a risk-reward indifference curve, and what gives itits characteristic shape? (Points: 20)10. (TCO H) Discuss some of the major issues involved in the developmentprocess. Explain issues such as refinancing, feasibility studies, regulatoryconcerns, etc. (Points: 30)


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