EN877 - CAST IRON PIPE- DN200

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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:is it a good time to get into real estate?or to be real estate agent/broker?
It is a horrible time to get into Real Estate now, as the market is crashing in America. That being said, I would expect(and don't hold your breath for this as I'm for from an economist) that the government change will assist the economy to turn around, as well as all the interest rises, et cetera. Essentially, you should be fine by the time you get in the market. My biggest advise though, would be to take note of this: You don't need to study real estate to get into real estate - it's sales, or the entry roles are sales anyways, and if you're good at your job you'll climb up the corporate ladder very quickly. You simply need to charismatic and influential (could you persuade one of your friends that blue is the very best color int he world? Are you good at debates?). For example, if you were to do a degree in business, you could follow that career path if you decided that you enjoyed it, or if the market is still average. At any time though, you can go into real estate....just know that if you move at a later stage, you may have to take a pay cut and start back at the bottom! Best of luck!
Q:any real-estate agents?
Do it, once you are qualified, you can work for someone or have your own business. Your licence will never expire and you can't get a licence unless you work in real estate. Usually you start in the rental part, but everyone has to start somewhere. A trainee agent is paid a small retainer, so you must find someone willing to take you on. It is helpful if you are pleasant natured and good with people. One house sale earns lots of commission, 2% normally, and you get a share of this. If you sell shoes, you don't get very much. An office near me turns over $1m per month. Your share of this could be very nice. Generally agents work weekends but get some time off during the week. Just concentrate on getting your Agent's licence first. You can advance later to broker or auctioneer, etc
Q:Real Estate Licensing?
Here's how you do it: Contact the two or three largest real estate firms in your area. Ask them about their pre-licensing exams. Most will offer them. Try to choose a company you might like to work with. But that's not a requirement. Take the pre-licensing classes in as short a time period as possible. A typical schedule might be two evenings a week and all day Saturday for 3 weeks. Something like that is good. Don't stretch it out over months. Reason: The only reason you're taking the classes is to pass the licensing exam. A lot of what you'll learn will have no real use...but you need to know it. So you cram it into your head. Don't do an online-only program. You'll need to ask questions and get understandable answers. Don't do it at a community college. Those programs take way too long--like 2 hours an evening once a week for 20 weeks. You'll forget most of it before you take your state exam. But it doesn't matter where else. No, it's not like choosing a prestigious college. The only thing--THE ONLY THING--that matters is getting the knowledge necessary to pass the state licensing exam. Once you pass the pre-licensing program, you then take the state licensing test. Once you pass it, you can work with (not for--you'll be an independent contractor) any brokerage you want. It makes sense to seriously consider the one that you took the pre-licensing courses with--but that's not required. As a newbie, look for one that offers continuing education and additional support. You'll get a lower commission, but it's worth it. They won't be interested in you until you get that state-issued license. Your questions are good. However, I don't understand how you could have been doing research for days and not getting a straight answer. That concerns me. Hope that helps.
Q:How to learn about real estate investing?
Join a real estate investor's club if there is one where you are. It's a very good way to learn about being a landlord.
Q:Trumps real estate law firm?
Wouldn’t you expect Trump to use many different real estate law firms? I mean if he had just one, wouldn’t everyone know that THE DONALD would likely be sitting across the table in any transaction that singular firm handles. It would make it very difficult for Trump to negotiate, if every buyer/seller knew they were dealing with a rich guy. I heard that 60 Minutes tried to just estimate Trump’s worth. Apparently they got vastly different numbers from different investigators. I think that this is because Trump has so many different corporations and legal structures that is difficult for an outsider to know about them all. If he goes to this much trouble to hide his identify through asset protection, it is probably a safe bet that he does not use a single real estate law firm, or broker
Q:Is real estate the best investment?
1. Property does well. It might not always be the best. In some areas property has not done well for a long time while other areas have seen very high returns. 2. Hard money lending means lending secured by real estate. Hence the person who borrows can not just skip town. Well, they can but the security for the loan is still there. Lots of ways a deal can go bad but what you were expecting is not really one of them. 3. The returns a hard money lender will make are not 10% a month. Closer to 15% a year if they keep the money working all year plus maybe some points. In some states the rate is lower or it is illegal to collect points. The laws vary by state. Coming back to your question. With the amount you have and the property you are suggesting it could be a good deal. There are many details so it is hard to tell. What I can tell is you are not in a very high priced area as you would not be able to buy with only $72K. In other areas that will buy you a single family home with no mortgage (all cash). I suggest you do some more reading. Real estate investing is not for everyone. You can do very well but you have to learn how the market works and what it means to be a landlord (even if you outsource to a property management company). See the link below.
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Depends on what type of Real Estate you plan on doing. Will you manage apartment complexes, will you manage retail properties, or commercial, will you be selling homes? If you are selling homes, one of you needs to be a broker, a Realtor only holds a real estate sales associates license someone needs to be a Broker who handles and oversees other sales people. To be on the safeside one of you should have your brokers license, being that only one holds a license then as long as they have been licensed for two years then they can get a Brokers license. Requirements to sit for the Brokers exam is that you must have held a sales associates license for no less than 2 years.
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The real estate appraisal business could be good very profitable for some and bad for others. That depends on you as an individual as well as if you hire those individuals that will assist you in reaching your goal. There are several things that go into making a successful business. You would have to take all the steps necessary to become successful. #1 A good marketing plan #2 An effective marketing plan #3 How many appraisers you have working for you. #4 Do you expand your business to do commercial appraisers #5 Do you put yourself in a position to acquire the necessary licenses issued by the various agencies that allows you to improve your business. #6 Are ya like creme and rise to the top of your profession? These are a few of the things you have to ask and accomplish to earn money in any business and then earn the respect of all that you do business with I hope this has been of some use to you, good luck. FIGHT ON
Q:Should a real estate investor work as a sales associate/broker or?
I think agent it better, though I'm not sure exactly what paralegal does (do they have access to the mls). If you are doing this on the side figure you've got to buy/ sell at least one property per year to cover the costs of having a license (assuming your commissions cover the costs, not talking about a flip here). However, access to the mls is crucial for me and whatever you do, make sure you have this.
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Real estate is one of the most fun jobs you can have. You meet thousands of nice people. You get invited to dinners and wine-tastings by title companies and mortgage companies and inspection companies. It is a social whirl. But the figures are stark. Over 80% of all agents are out of the business within one year. They are ready to work 90 hour weeks but no one hires you when you are new. They see the huge commission checks being made but they can't get anyone to hire them because every family in town has one member who is in real estate..

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