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    1 A landlord can shift risk to tenants through the use of:
    (A) tax stops
    (B) escalator clauses
    (C) net leases
    (D) all of the above

    2 In real estate investment analysis, capitalization rates:
    (A) are a measure of the relationship between a property's market value and net operating income
    (B) are used primarily as an income forecasting tool
    (C) are a measure of the relationship between a property's market value and gross rental income
    (D) none of the above are true

    3. Depreciation allowances affect:
    (A) income tax consequences
    (B) net operating income
    (C) before-tax cash flow
    (D) all of the above

    4. A real estate investment is available at an initial cash outlay of $10,000 and is expected to yield cash flows of $3,343.81 per year for five years. The internal rate of return is approximately:
    (A) 2%
    (B) 20%
    (C) 23%
    (D) 17%

    5.The revenue a property is expected to generate after adjusting for operating expenses but before providing for debt service or income tax consequences is:
    (A) net operating income
    (B) effective gross income
    (C) normalized gross income
    (D) before-tax cash flow

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    1. D. A tax stop can require the tenant to reimburse the landlord if the property taxes exceed a certain threshold, an escalator clause can require a tenant to pay more rent once the landlord's costs exceed a certain threshold, and a net lease requires the tenant to pay certain costs usually borne by the landlord.

    2. A. This is the definition.

    3. A. ...

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