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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.

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Iron is well known for its strength and abrasion resistance. The shape and impact strength of CMAX products are unchanged under exposure of sunlight and weathering, while UPVC and PVC pipes would soften, deform and become brittle under intense temperature change.

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CMAX’s sturdy and dense properties reduce pipe vibration a silent drainage system.Studies had proven iron is the quietest material out of all other common drainage system.

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Q:How can I get started in Commercial Real Estate?
Check and research local offices and let then know that you are interested. they may hire you once you receive a certificate an d allow you to work hands on while finishing it only takes a few weeks and I think you obtain several certifications at different levels
Q:Taxing on a W-9 in real estate?
He shouldnt take the taxes out for himself Your tax and his tax is a different matter you gain whatever you are paid and report it him also If I do recall this is technically illegal as RESPA prohibits kickbacks or rebates
Q:Finance Jobs in Real Estate?
There is so many opportunity in the real estate in finance jobs. Each and every year real estate business is growing so with the increase in Real Estate business opportunity for the finance jobs are also more.
Q:Info on Real Estate Jobs?
you can always get certified as an appraiser...gets you out to houses, do a little research, type up reports, and your personal interaction is minimal.
Q:Real estate....?
A good place to go for this specific information is brentconley.point2homes.biz
Q:Closing lawyer real estate?
You need a real estate agent and you need an attorney. First you need to know who the real estate agent represents. They could be representing the seller and in that case they could not be working in your best interest. They could be representing both the seller and buyer and merely doing the paperwork and not looking out for either of your interests, they are in that case merely facilitators. If you asked for an attorney, they suggested theirs to you which sounds to me like both the mortgage company and the attorney are on the seller's side if you are the buyer...and no one is on your side. You need to hire your own attorney to represent you. To answer your question....you need to saavy when you buy a house (or sell a house) so that you are protected. Get yourself a real estate attorney. If you don't know one then call your county bar association and ask for an appointment with a real estate attorney who also could sue a negligent mortgage company for missing a closing date. Then talk that out at your appointment. Sure, only one side can be represented in a deal. It's done. But, you need an attorney to protect you and now you found out why that is.
Q:what do real estate sale agents do?
You do have to take a real estate course and pass a state licensing exam. Then you find a broker to work for. As a real estate agent you will list properties for sale and you will show properties to potential buyers. As a Realtor you have to belong to the Board of Realtors and usually the MLS. So, be advised that there are fees involved in becoming a Realtor. First, you have to pay to take the real estate classes, then you pay to take the real estate exam, then you pay to join the Board of Realtors and MLS. Also, you will split your commission with the broker or pay a monthly fee to the broker. Then you have to take continuing education each year and renew your license each year. The Board of Realtor fees and MLS fees are also yearly fees. Depending on where you live, you might do really well as a Realtor or you might not. It is not an easy job. You have to get out there and work it. Most people don't succeed in real estate working it part time. If you want to do this as a career then you have to put forth a lot of effort, like calling people who have their houses for sale by owner and try to convince them to list it with you, calling people whose listings have expired and try to get them to list with you, calling potential buyers, contacting people you know to see who they know who is looking to buy or sell, etc. There's also quite a bit of paperwork involved. There's paperwork for when you list a house and paperwork for when you sell a house. You also attend the closing at the lawyer's office with your clients. Real estate is not a Mon - Fri 9-5 job. You have to be available evenings and weekends or whenever is convenient for your clients.
Q:First time home buyer - Real estate question(s)?
If the sellers don't respond by the deadline on your contract then your contract is dead. You would have to submit another offer or you could offer an extension on the time. If the sellers counter-offer and you agree to it then you both will sign the contract with the new price. Actually, you've already signed it so you will most likely initial that you agree to the new price. Once the contract is signed by both parties then it is locked in and the house will become yours at closing. Until the contract is signed by both parties, either party can back out.
Q:Real Estate Laws Problems?
You do have a problem. You need to attack the deed to your brother as a 'fraud in the factum.' There are two kinds of transactional fraud: fraud in the inducement and fraud in the factum. Fraud in the inducement would be where your brother said, 'sign this deed and after I refi the house, I'll put your name back on it.' Your claim is that you would not have signed without his promise. This case would lose. Fraud in the factum results because he had you sign a document, a deed, while saying it was a contract to enable him to refi the house. Very hard case, but potentially winnable. Speak to an attorney, you need to sue your brother for this fraud. This is not a case of not reading the contract. It's a case where a person you used to love and trust lied to you and misled you and stole from you. Very different from what the Brand X poster described, but then, I actually went to law school and have 30 years' experience counseling clients and suing bad guys. I am sorry that your brother turns out to be a rotter. You will need to file a notice of pendency BEFORE the house closes escrow...and that will put the kibosh on the closing. Do it right away, and be prepared to move out, 'cos your brother sounds like a potentially dangerous grifter. The poster below me (he was above me, but you should be able to tell whom I'm referring to) is a person who appears to be impersonating an attorney. He has enough knowledge to get things right once in a while, but this (as is usually the case) is an area where actually graduating from law school would teach one how to respond to this problem. That he got this so very wrong emphasizes that he's not an attorney. Nor has he done much real estate title underwriting, or he would know that the fraudulent conveyance risk is one of the most common causes of loss in the industry. Seriously, what do you have to lose by filing a lis pendens? You've already lost your brother, that's evident (and sad, you have my sympathy).
Q:How do you prepare for being a real-estate investor?
Put some money together and learn the business inside and out. Read everything you can get your hands on, including information on local price levels, finance/financing, real estate and contract law, risk assessment, renovation/maintenance, operations and operating expenses, zoning, and building systems. The less you know, the more you should be prepared to pay someone who does know.

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