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Grade: Carbon Steel/Alloy Steel/
Bearing Steel/Gear Steel/Spring Steel
Length: 6m, 12m or customized
Place of Origin: China
Technique: Hot Rolled/Cold drawn/Forged
Special Use: Cold Drawn/Forged
Shape: Round Bar/Flat Bar/Square Bar
Technology: Hot Rolled/Forged/Cold Drawn
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l Construction machinery parts
l Automobile parts
l Security grills
l Nuclear energy
l Chemical industry
l Electronic information
l Instrument and meter
l Mechanism & Fasteners gear
l Stressed components for vehicles
l Engines and machines
l Parts of larger cross-section
l All kinds of gears
l Statically and dynamically stressed component for vehicles
l Engines and machine
l Larger cross-section parts
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- Q:what makes a real estate major in college different from any other realtor around?
- The difference is your degree. In other fields, having the appropriate degree can enhance your salary and make you more promotable. In the real estate investment field, I'd imagine it will be an advertising tool. I have a 4 year degree specializing me to work in this field, unlike other real estate investment advisors who haven't bothered to take advanced training. That sort of thing.
- Q:nj real estate licence reciprocity?
- Normally you would be required to have a real estate license in any state you would want to list and sell real estate on behalf of others. Normally other states do not recognize license from other states. You would have to successfully take and pass the state real estate license exam and become license by that state. Most of the information you are seeking would be found on the Department of Real Estate published by New Jersey. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. FIGHT ON
- Q:real estate schools that provide fin. aid.?
- Um...well, considering the market in real estate lately, I would not recommend it at all. If you want something stable, do not go into real estate. However, the courses are inexpensive. I know of one community college in Ohio that does provide financial aid. The courses are short, too. You can get the courses done in a matter of months. If you live in Ohio, contact me and I will tell you the info. However, the chances of you living in Ohio close to the community college where I live is slim to none. I would suggest looking into community colleges near you. Again, if you are looking to improve the lives of your children. Do not go into real estate. There are other alternatives, but they may take longer than a few months. The pain, I believe, is worth the gain. Feel free to e-mail me with any questions.
- Q:What can I do with a real estate license?
- Jennifer, If you're interested in getting your real estate license, congratulations! Next comes the hard part. Starting and succeeding in real estate is difficult. You will have a LOT of expenses. You have to pay E&O insurance, mls fees, advertising costs, cost of maintaining a car, gas, sometimes there are franchise fees or desk fees, you'll have phone costs, website costs, etc. All of this can be by-passed if you start out as an assistant. You can start as an unlicensed assistant and see if it's a business you really want to get into. Sometimes, if you're working with a top-producing realtor or the broker of the firm, they will PAY for you to get your license and that's something I would ask about when I interview. You can find jobs as an assistant by looking on craigslist, calling the real estate magazines and seeing if they've heard of anyone looking for an assistant, or calling the real estate companys directly. If you're a licensed assistant - top producers expect you to have experience if you're going to be representing their team, because you can get them in a lot of trouble if you don't know what you're doing. My advise is start as an unlicensed assistant with a broker who will pay for you to go to school. Then work as a licensed assistant making a cut from the top-producer (and they pay for all the advertising and training you will need). Then, about year 3, you can break out on your own.
- Q:Real estate investing..how? Please help.Currently on the track to being a bum.?
- Q:what is real estate wholesaling?
- Anyone who is good at real estate wholesaling will tell you how important it is to get and keep all of your potential buyers in order. You need to know their preferences for types of property and areas, as well as their goals . You must be driven to get the deals, you must be organized to keep accurate records of potential buyers and the money you make and you must be disciplined enough to set aside money for taxes on your profits each year.
- Q:Books for learning real estate???
- Go to your favorite bookstore, grab a comfortable seat, and check out the most current books, since the market has changed considerably. Dearborn makes a good set of books tailored to help with prelicensing and post licensing classes. They would definitely give you a taste for what you have to learn: real estate in general, real estate law, financing, title and survey, closing procedures, commercial and residential properties, ethics, licensure and continuing education, and a little bit about marketing and business plans. Good luck and best wishes.
- Q:Information about becoming a real estate agent?
- To become licensed, most states require that an applicant take a minimum number of classes before taking the state licensing exam. Such education is often provided by real estate brokerages as a means to finding new agents. In many states, the real estate licensee must disclose to prospective buyers and sellers who represents whom. See below for a broker/licensee relationship to sellers and their relationship to buyers. While some people may refer to any licensed real estate agent as a real estate broker, a licensed real estate agent is a professional who has obtained a real estate broker's license. The licensee is one who has obtained a real estate license and is employed by a real estate broker. Often, licensee's refer to themselves as an agent, but the true agent is the broker and the licensee is a representative of the broker, often referred to as the real estate salesperson. A real estate broker who works for another broker is referred to, sometimes, as a junior broker.
- Q:Is real estate sales a good job?
- Yes it is !!.... Real estate sales agent can update new strategies in business.
- Q:Commercial Real Estate Career Info?
- You don't need a real estate license in order to apply for a job with a commercial real estate company, plenty of people work for commercial real estate companies in positions that don't require one. If you want to go into leasing then you'd need one. What position are you looking for, corporate accounting and finance etc? I guess just submit your resume and ask for a business card for the person who you could speak to then make a follow up call a couple days later.
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