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1. Aluminum Foil Tape Description:

A high tensile strength aluminum foil backing, combined with a high performance water based adhesive or solvent Adhiesve

1)  Soft aluminum foil, combined with a transparent high performance rubber-resin

adhesive, which provides high peel adhesion and strong holding power

2) Designed for sealing joints and seams of foil jacket facings in air-conditioning and ductwork


2. Main Features of Aluminum Foil Tape:

1) High tensile strength aluminum foil made from special aluminum
alloy, coated with aggressive solvent-based acrylic adhesive,
which provides high peel adhesion and quick sticking
2) Designed for sealing joints and seams of foil jacketing in
air-conditioning duct work
  

3. Aluminum Foil Tape Specifications:

1) Foil thickness: 15, 22, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50μm

2) Roll width: 48, 50, 60, 72, 75, 96, 100mm

3) Roll length: 27, 30, 45, 50m

4) Log roll: 1.06 x 45m, 1.06 x 50m

5) Jumbo roll: 1.06m x 1,000m, 1.06m x 1,000m

 

4. Aluminum Foil Tape Image

 

 

Plain Aluminum Foil Tape china manufacturer

 

 

Plain Aluminum Foil Tape china manufacturer


Plain Aluminum Foil Tape china manufacturer

 

5. Application of Aluminum Foil Tape:

Suitable in electronic and refrigeration fields due to its excellent thermal- and electrical conductivity.

 

6. Packaging:

We can do OEM production for different brands of products based on requirements of customers all over the world.

Cut roll: carton
Log roll: carton + pallet / wooden case
Jumbo roll: wooden case

 

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We have organized several common questions for our clients,may help you sincerely:

(1) How about your company?

 A world class manufacturer & supplier of Aluminum Foil Tape and is one of the large-scale professional investment Aluminum Foil Tape bases in China. Annually more than 1000 containers of Aluminum Foil Tape are exported to markets in Europe, America and Japan.

(2)How to guarantee the quality of the products?

 We have established the international advanced quality management system,every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test;We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.

(3) How long can we receive the product after purchase?

 In the purchase of product within four working days, we will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The specific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 7 to 10 working days can be served

 

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Q:A question of how to profit in the real estate bear market?
In a short sale you borrow and sell something that you do not own. Then you buy it back to cover your short ideally at a lower price. You cannot do this with bricks and mortar. Look for companies listed on the stock market that are sensitive to real estate and see if you can borrow those securities. Home builders are your best bet. These would need to be able to be held as ADRs unless you can persuade a local broker to open an account for you. Selling short can be a fast way to lose your money as there is no way of determining the top. If the price continues to rise you will find yourself facing margin calls. A more conservative plan is to wait for the securities to fall and then buy them at the bottom of the cycle.
Q:Anybody here invest in real estate?
The best thing to do is find someone with experience under their belt. Either a real estate broker or agent should do. They can give you specific number ranges for home values rental markets. You also have to specify what type of investing you'de like to do. Whether it's buy flip, rental properties, or sub-market purchasing, you'll need a good team including settlement attorneys, mortgage brokers/lenders, inspection agents, and a good agent/broker. I'd stay away from those no-money down, make a billion dollars this year infomercials, all of that info can be obtained free from your team of professionals. Make sure they're on your side and not representing multiple parties in the same transaction.
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I have not read about Follieri but I hope this helps: Basically, a scam works by not delivering what is promised to you but taking away your money. It can also mean promising to give you back double or triple your money invested. In the Philippines, one big time scam involved getting interested investors to put in their money in a business. The first two or three times the money returned with bigger sums (with earnings) as promised by the group which had put up a classy office manned by beautiful and respectable looking female staff. After the investors had begun to trust the company, the group asked the investors to put in bigger sums. That's when they ran away with the bigger money. Maybe the payment was like that in the case you have read about -- in checks with no deposits, or bouncing checks. A real state business involves buying and selling lands, buildings and houses, and developing big buildings and subdivisions for sale. Maybe the victims were asked to invest so that a real estate project can be developed and sold with big profits. If there was a visit to the project site, that's smart. When the investors return, the site is gone or it is discovered that the documents for the real estate properties were fake. Maybe they returned some good earnings at first. But when it was time to pay the bigger earnings they issued bouncing checks. Well, the best the victims can do is file a class (meaning, group) suit against the scammer simply on bouncing checks. But if there is a law against scams and it is proven, they can file the case as such. They can include fraud and estafa, with words like qualified. But that's for the lawyers.
Q:Real Estate Education?!?
A competitive market requires constant adaptation to stay ahead. For two decades, Boston University's Real Estate Studies Program has led the industry by challenging existing frameworks and introducing thoughtful new ideas. BU's Center for Professional Education offers four comprehensive programs covering an assortment of topics related to the real estate industry. Our faculty—made up of practicing professionals from a wide variety of specialties—bring firsthand knowledge and expertise to the classroom. The Real Estate Studies Program offers certificates in the following topics: Commercial Real Estate Facilities Management Real Estate Finance Sustainability We are affiliated with the Real Estate Finance Association (REFA) of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). Program Details Program Dates A variety of courses are offered three times a year: September, January, and April. Most courses run for eight weeks. Requirements There are no specific requirements to enroll in the Real Estate Studies Program. Students may take all of the required courses for a certificate, or opt for a single course. MET Course Waivers for CPE Alumni Get a head start on a Master’s in City Planning or Urban Affairs Students who earn a Center for Professional Education certificate in Commercial Real Estate or Real Estate Finance may apply coursework toward the Master of City Planning or Master of Urban Affairs degree programs at Boston University’s Metropolitan College. Upon admittance to either program, a waiver of three graduate elective courses (12 credits) will be granted. For more information on BU’s City Planning and Urban Affairs programs, or the certificate in Commercial Real Estate or Real Estate Finance, please call the Center for Professional Education at 1–866–633–9370 or 617–353–4497......Property Management Bendigo
Q:How can i start working as a real estate agent?
You should google real estate agent license requirements followed by the state in which you would like to obtain the real estate license from. This site would give you all the local requirements. On this board most do not reside in the state in which you might want to get your license. Therefore you would be getting general information, not state specific for your state. #1 Get the necessary education to get your state license. A. An internet class would do just fine you are only trying to get your license. B. If you like to sit through a class then find a real estate school in your local area. C. Some real estate offices offer career real estate license school in their office D. Some states allow you to take the real estate broker test as long as you have a diploma from a recognized 4 year university or college. Check to see if you reside in one of these states. #2 Obtain the necessary continuing education to maintain and keep your license to sell real estate up to date. #3 Formalize the best marketing plan you can think of to maintain a high degree of referrals and a good customer base. The main thing you want to remember about making real estate your career is that you are working for yourself, so you are the one that have to motivate yourself each and every day. You want to become an expert in real estate not just a person that sell and list houses. There is a big difference. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. FIGHT ON
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If by company you mean the office for which a broker or sales agent works read the following: When a house sells, the agent who listed the house and represents the seller gets a portion of the commission and the agent who brought the buyer to the transaction gets the other portion. Sometimes the agent who lists the house also sells it [has a buyer] but increasingly buyers are told to get a buyer's agent to avoid conflict of interest. Laws and practices vary by state. The commission is agreed upon at the time the listing is taken. Generally the seller pays it from the proceeds of the sale. It can be renegotiated later if the selling price is lower than asked or if the price is bid up. For example a listing will indicate commission is 6% of the selling price split 50/50 or 40/60 between the listing broker/agent and the buyer's broker/agent. The split depends on market conditions - is it a buyer's market or a seller's market. If it is a seller's market that means houses to sell are in short supply making a listing a valuable thing and the listing broker or agent may, but not always, get a larger split of the commission. The portion of the commission that goes to the respective sides is split again. Take the case of a Century 21 office. A portion goes to cover the franchise fee i.e.; goes to C-21 corporate, a portion goes to the broker who manges/owns the office [company in your question] the selling agent is associated with, some may go to cover special advertising or printed materials and the rest goes to the broker or sales agent who found the buyer or took the listing. That is an over view of the process.
Q:What degree should a real estate agent get?
This Site Might Help You. RE: What degree should a real estate agent get? If you wan't to be a super successful real estate agent/broker what should you study in college? (besides real estate) Business? Marketing? Sorry, I am fairly new to the real estate world. Also, if you chose the degree "real estate" do you get your license in college?
Q:Real estate appraisers?
Salaries okorder.com is a good resource to get a general idea of the pay levels for various regions and license levels. P.S. The previous answer is a little off on appraisal fees. Fees for appraisals depends on the complexity of the assignment and the appraiser and lender agree to during the bid process. I think residential appraisals can range anywhere between $300-$500. Commerical appraisals are much more...typically between $2,000-$5,000 for your typical run-of-the mill income producing property. Fees for much more complex properties will be much more expensive (I've seen some fees as high as $10,000+); however, this is the exception rather than the rule and requires an appraiser with many years of experience.
Q:Can I Become A Real Estate Investor - Weekends?
I had a good friend who was a realtor. He told me to be successful you have to be available pretty much 24/7. People who want to buy hate to wait and the slightest thing can send them to the next property or next real estate agent. Now, you talk about being a real estate investor. If that is really what you mean, then as an investor you put up the money to buy properties, then fix them up or develop them and sell them at a profit. If that is what you are talking about, they you might have a slightly easier time working only weekends provide you have already lined up where you are going to get your start up capital.

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