By Andrew McIntyre (November 6, 2015, 4:56 PM EST) -- Real estate lawyers spend much of their time reviewing purchase and sale agreements and financing documents, but attorneys say various nonfiction and fiction works can also help them gain key real estate arena knowledge — and can be a welcome change of pace from perusing legal documents.
While some real estate lawyers read nonfiction directly related to matters they are handling for clients, others look to books to better understand markets and recent market history and some attorneys simply love getting lost in a work of fiction, particularly if it has a real estate bent.
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