BS EN877 Cast Iron Pipe

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Made from 100% recyclable materials, CMAX epoxy cast iron pipe systems are not only environmental friendly, but also satisfy many properties necessary to withstand the aggressive conditions both internal and external of the pipes and fittings: these properties include its excellent resistance to abrasion, corrosion, impact and fire. CMAX also has low noise transmission compared to common UPVC drainage pipe systems. CMAX is designed as long lasting building materials.

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CMAX epoxy cast iron pipe systems with nominal size between 40/300mm comply with BS EN 877.BS EN 877 guarantees the quality of the materials, dimensions and tolerances, mechanical properties(like water pressure, tensile strength and brinell hardness) appearance, and the standard coating for the epoxy cast iron pipes, fittings and couplings.

1)Material:cast iron
2)Standard:EN 877
3)Length:3m
4)size:DN40~DN300

5) Specification: 2"-12".

6) Surface treatmnet:Epoxy


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You know what ... anythings possible BUT what you have to understand people in the high end real estate( and people with high end real estate) have contacts and networks build BUT that doesn't necessarily matter. You can break into these areas! Most people in the high end real estate sector have many clients or realtors. Want to be successful, heres a good start (1) ALWAYS dress to impress (dress to the same level as your customers, that's important (2) have HIGH integrity (meaning honestly and ethics (3) be a shark in the office over property but a DIPLOMAT with close clientele and customers (4) BE HUMBLE AND CONSERVATIVE!!! many wealthy people find this comforting and that's exactly how you build relationships! (5) don't compete in the bull sh%^t game were you're DISCOUNTING other people or company's it's really BAD TASTE! That's a great start... other than that WORK HARD ... BE DETERMINED ... GIVE IT TIME ... SUCCESS WILL COME ... FOR-SURE!! GOOD LUCK MAN! nothing comes easy!
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I think real estate property administration is kind of a joke certificate/degree. I worked in property management, made about $33k with benefits, and had no background in it. I had some office experience. You certainly don't need 2 years of schooling to go for a real estate test! Requirements vary by state, but in Mass we had only to take a short course (usually offered in the continuing education branch of a community college) for like $250, to be eligible to take the real estate agent test. Real estate agents, at the entry level, are basically glorified door-openers. You drive around and unlock houses for people, and they look around. The broker does all the heavy lifting as far as legal stuff is concerned. Being a real estate agent is a tough business, most people don't make it a year, because you spend so much time and money in hopes of getting a paycheck, which is actually pretty paltry once a sale is made. To work in a property management office, they don't usually expect you to know everything, just be able to work a computer, fax, etc. Working in a property management office usually entails dealing with a lot of crazy, unreasonable, angry tenants. If it's something you want to explore, taking the basic course and real estate license would allow you to work as an agent, and it would also look good on a resume when applying to property management companies. This all sounds kind of dismal, but knowledge about real estate does really come in handy, and of course there are many avenues to pursue besides agent or office... like owning your own rental properties (which is tough but potentially lucrative, if you have gained the knowledge.) Can't really help you with the childhood education thing, cause I can't stand kids.
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If you signed an agreement that said she represents you or that you agree to not have representation throughout this process than you probably can't hire anyone. Take a copy of your agreement to a reputable real estate office like Long and Foster and read over it with some one. They will explain the representation options, or lack of options to you. For future reference... the sellers agent is hired to do everything for the benefit of the seller. In fact helping you would put her in breach of her fiduciary responsibilities to her client. You got a bad deal in that area. Take your agreement and have it looked at as soon as possible.... Next time hire your own agent (a buyers agent) who's job it will be to protect you from exactly this kind of situation. Good Luck PS-- missmis is right look for the part of your agreement that talks about agency disclosure. You may have agreed to dual agency-- and call her broker...yes!
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Employers don't care where you went to school, they only care whether or not you are licensed. You should be aware that real estate courses are usually designed to simply get you past the state exam and fulfill required classroom hours. To be even better qualified try taking some marketing classes too since the majority of what a Realtor does is marketing. Still the real education will come when you enter into the business. Good Luck.
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Real Estate is a pretty broad term, in terms of geography, industry, etc, etc In short, I would expect a slowdown, but not a sudden drop in most areas. Indeed, some areas have already experienced relatively rapid slowdowns during the 1st and 2nd qtrs of 2006 (South Florida, for example) - check out the pieces written in the palm beach post. Some homebuilders' stocks also appear extremely risky. Many carry 1-2X their market value in debt alone, a large load for a companies reporting sales slowdowns and declining inventory turnover. You would hope a company would use debt to finance future growth, not future sales declines. Homebuilder bankruptcies are probably not out of the question. Other areas appear ok. Commercial real estate in dallas and houston, for example, seems to be experiencing a boom. many think rising energy prices have helped the economies to such an extent that a sudden fall in commercial real estate prices is unlikely. However, in the 1980's, this is just the scenario that caused a recession in Texas. In answer to you second question, real estate prices are not enough to crash the entire market. Companies go bankrupt all the time, so a few homebuilder bankruptcies won't be anything that shocks the markets. Most homebuilders' market caps are not significant enough to affect overall indices - certainly not the clout of yahoo and amazon in 1999. And most investors already value homebuilder stocks as bankruptcy candidates - many trade below book value, which is a sign that investors fear the worst already.
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Yeah I also used Jillene Snell she was great!
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it isn't KIND of a criminal record.....it IS a criminal record. <br> <br>However, typically the types of records that would impede you in getting a real estate licence would be theft, fraud, etc types of convictions. Those would bar you for sure. <br> <br>A drunken driving conviction does not have anything to do with anything related to honest conduct in conducting a real estate tansaction. Know what I mean.....just becuase you made a mistake, does not mean that you are a swindler. <br> <br>If you have a fraud, or theft conviction, it means you pretty much DO have the inclination to be going out and commiting financial crimes against other people. <br> <br>I'm about 99% sure that you will be fine... PS: Alexa Fewell! Like my answers please!!Have a good day foryou!-
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an agent is normally a salesperson. a broker, oversees the agents, also has all the liability getting customers is all about networking. in business its who you know not what you know
Q:Obtaining Real Estate license?
best source for this information, is ask a local real estate sales office
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When a lender says it will put a lien on your real prperty, that usually means they are going to have to file a lawsuit and get a judgment. Once they get the judgment, it can be recorded in the county where you own real peoperty. Then it becomes a judgment lien on the property. Judgment liens can be collected by having someone (usually the sheriff, varies by local law) conduct a sale of the property. The bad news for a lender is that such a sale can get them title the property (and you off the title), but that title will be subject to the claims of other creditors (like your mortgage lender) who had recorded liens on the real estate prior to the recording of the judgment. The earlier liens have priority over the later liens and usually can't lose their priority by the later lienholder's sale. This is a lien priority matter. That means the lender would have to pay the other liens in order to keep THEM from foreclosing and leaving him with, possibly, nothing. That is not a good deal, so often the new lienholder just waits until you try to sell or refinance the property, at which time you have to pay them off in order to do either of those things. Oh yes, a successful new lien can trigger a default on some loans, so one foreclosure filing can cascade things. As for a property in another state, they would probably have to (1) find out about the property (a thing called a debtor's examination will reveal that), (2) find a way to get the judgment recognized in the other state (every state has procedures for this) and (3) record the other state's judgment. Then there is the whole lien priority thing again.

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