The real estate licensing exam may ask you to to calculate the number of acres in a legal description located in a Section of land. The real estate licensing exam may also ask you to find the location of a specific legal description within a Setion of land AND make you determine the length or distance of one of it’s boundry lines. I’ll show you how to do both in this video. Key real estate terms discussed in this video: check, township, section of land, acres, legal description.

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