EN877 CAST IRON FITTINGS

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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.

Standard:

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.

Strength:

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.

Quiet:

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.

Non-Toxic and Non-Combustile:

No toxic gas will be emitted from CMAX in the event of fire. Iron is also non-combustile,so epoxy cast iron pipes and fittings are recoverable after fire.

Anti-Corrosive:

All CMAX epoxy cast iron pipes and fittings are internally and externally finished with corrosive resistant epoxy coating to prevent fouling and corrosion. The epoxy on CMAX epoxy cast iron pipes and fittings provides an excellent exterior under humid and tropical conditions.

Coupling:

Lightweight couplings are specially engineered to guarantee a strong, quick and easy connection between CMAX pipes and fittings. Made from stainless steel with rubber gaskets, the coupling match pipe and fittings non-corrosive properties.

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Q:What do you need to become a real estate agent?
Britney, Every state is different you need to check with your state licensing agency and they can provide you with the requirements to get licensed in your state. Most states require a real estate salesman's course be taken and then the individual must pass the state examination to obtain a license. Please keep in mind that all the above referenced real estate sales in the course teaches you is about the lot in your state. It will not teach you how to fill out contracts, develop leads, show properties, hold open houses, etc. etc. If you are getting into the real estate business for the first time I would suggest that you approach the local offices of the major real estate companies (franchise companies) to begin your career. To be more specific I would suggest you contact your local Century 21 office as it is this type of company that will have the best and most complete training for a novice. You will need to study, learn scripts, learn how to farm, complete contracts etc. etc. but you will learn it faster here than at a local independent agency that doesn't have the training resources that someone like Century 21 does. You will have to work hard and diligent the first couple years until you develop the skills to develop leads and service customers. After the first 2 to 3 years you will have the opportunity to earn a satisfactory income based upon your labors. Real estate is a great business as people are always buying and selling homes. It's a matter of developing the skill to make it through the bad times and celebrate during the good times. I wish you a lot of luck should you decide to add to this industry.
Q:IL Online Real Estate License?
Thaffer - I had consistently taken them in man or woman earlier than - I preferred the supply and take with the lecturers and different marketers. Then I moved to the nation and discovered it inconvenient to move in to town for categories. The on-line categories are inexpensive and won't take at any place the period of time that steady categories do. It's so much less complicated to take a seat in entrance of your laptop and skim at your possess speed! Verify that they're licensed together with your state - they will ship your certificate in to the Department of Real Estate, or you'll be able to print them out and ship them in. It's close to too handy.
Q:real estate license cancelled?
I had a Real Estate license (Not New York) and as long as we were with a Broker that was all you had to do and attend the required continuing education courses. You could even stop with a Broker but had to be active every so many months, I not remember. I not even think you had to list or sell a house. Many here have Receptionist with a license and they only answer real estate related questions. Maybe your Broker failed to turn in some necessary paper work for your State? I assume the State Board of Realtor's cancelled your license. It been over 20 years I worked in this and there probably been a lot of changes, so take my words with a grain of salt.
Q:Real Estate Career??
My father was a real estate broker and he earned a good living. The problem is that you usually work on a straight commission and pay your own expenses. The nature of the business is that it is sometimes a long time between paychecks, and yet the expenses for gasoline, car maintenance, clothes and cleaning (have to look sharp) march on whether you've been paid lately or not. Ideally, you would have some cash set aside to pay all your expenses while you wait for a sale to mature. Liken it to sitting down to a poker game with a hundred dollars total. If you don't have some money of your own to sustain you, then you must win the first hand to get some or go broke, and that's pretty unlikely to happen. You may have to play a dozen hands before you are likely to win. My father told me most real estate agents who fail, do so because they didn't have enough money set aside to sustain them until they were likely to win a hand. He some times went 6 months between receiving money, but when he did, it was a lot.
Q:study real estate effectively?
question. Did you take the course online or in person/classroom. I'm betting you took the course online. The only purpose of the course is to help you pass the test. Online they teach you all the materials, which you have found out is NOT on the test. In classroom, teach for the test. I would use the PSI exam questions online and in the back of the book. Also check to see if any large real estate firms that offer the class room train (LONG AND FOSTER?) have a 1 day review session. Most do. The way that I studied was to answer each chapter's quiz in the back of the book. And then study only the material that I missed. I did this over and over until I could answer all the questions without failing any. I would also check with the local board of realtors in Burlington county and ask if they know of any real estate schools. Maybe coldwell bank, century 21 or other large companies have schools for the review class.
Q:law on real estate?
Here is a website of all California Laws.
Q:Best time to get started in real estate?
...but money is the only thing holding me back. Well, it's a big thing but it's not the ONLY thing. Should I wait for more savings to get started... What other choice do you have? You can't buy with cash and you can't borrow either. ETA: No, you can't borrow. You will NEVER get a mortgage as a teenager and only 1k in cash. You have ZERO down payment. ZERO cash for closing costs. ZERO cash for pre-paids. And I doubt you have an adequate credit score, income or two year work history.
Q:(active participation rental real estate taxes )?
rental income is passive income no matter how you do it if you actively participate it means you spend time either in the administration or the maintenance of the property, if you are not an active participant, you have someone else do everything that is needed ie. if you were 500 miles away you likely would not be making regular trips to maintain the property and rental property is not taxed differently that your other income, if you are in the 15% bracket and this net rental income does not put you in the next bracket you are still in the 15% bracket and no the $30000 interest, taxes and repairs do not directly relate to your tax bill the rental is filed on Sch E, and there are limitations to passive income, ie. $25000 so it your taxes, interest and repairs exceeded your income the limitation would apply
Q:Please slice and dice Realtor commission splits between listing agent and real estate agent.?
Catherine - On a 6% commission, 3% goes to each broker. The broker then pays the real estate agent his or her agreed upon split, maybe 60/40. So on a $100,000 house, the selling broker gets $3000, and their agent would get $1800 of that. Out of that $1800, the agent must also pay all of their own expenses for advertising, MLS dues, taxes, gas and car maintenance, etc. If you are using a Buyer agent, you will sign an agreement that indicates how he or she will get paid - usually through the regular commission paid by the seller, but sometimes, in the case of a for sale by owner home, the buyer may agree to pay the commission. EDIT - In response to the 2nd part, have your own buyer broker agent show you the house in the first place. Do not have the listing agent show it to you - in many states that is considered procuring cause and your agent could need to go to court to maybe or maybe not receive the commission.
Q:Realtors: Cash offers to buy real estate vs. Financed offers- With cash how much less % wise should I offer?
I doubt you'll find any real estate agents wanting to give out any real free advise. There are several reasons for that not just wanting to earn a commission. My two cents: It all depends on the market, property in question, etc. If I am selling in a hot neighborhood that is fetching asking and above asking price offers, you can offer me cash all you want. It maybe a deciding factor between two similar priced offers since you would be able to close faster on average with all cash but that is where the advantage stops. In fact, I would push the issue and either one of you would be raising your asking price. If closing fast isn't an issue then having cash is generally not any more of an advantage to having an otherwise qualified buyer. If you are in a buyers market, you could expect a minumum 10% reduction. I would personally offer 20-25% for cash assuming that the seller isn't in obvious desperation or should I say motivated to sell and willing to entertain offers. I am not going to say that it doesn't hurt to ask because it could destroy any credibility if you really low ball someone. If you do, have your ducks in a row and be able to show why your offer is in fact reasonable. A lot of people base the asking price on emotion and not necessarily fair market value so your job as an investor or agent is to bring them down or up to reality.

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