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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.

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.

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Q:anyone knows how to become a real estate broker?
There is a big difference in being a real estate broker and being a real estate agent. You will need to start as an agent working for another broker. The steps in Canada are probably different than for the US, but here, you take an 80-hour course, take the state licensure test, pay your $1000 fee for the course/test/license, and in some areas, you have to find a broker to sponsor you before they will let you take the test. In other words, you have to find a broker that says he will hire you if you pass the test. That keeps every person on the street from just going out and getting a license. Different brokerages have different rules for payment and commission. Some pay you a flat rate per montha and then deduct your commission off of that. Any extra commission you make is yours to keep. With that method, you are guaranteed a minimum monthly salary. You will most likely have to sell for years and prove yourself before someone will pay this way. Some pay commission only, and that's pretty much what you can expect when starting out. What % commission they pay to you will vary from brokerage to brokerage, too. Here, real estate companies charge 6% to a seller to sell a house. 3% goes to the seller's brokerage and 3% goes to the buyer's brokerage. In most cases, the agent gets 1% and the house gets 2%. However, if you are both the buyer's and seller's agent, you may be able to negotiate more than 1%.
Q:real estate investing?
Caveat emptor - be careful. Real estate investing can be profitable but also has some real drawacks that its avid fans do not mention: 1. Holding costs - in many places after you add up taxes and insurance it can cost 3-5%/yr to simply OWN a piece of property. 2. Liability risk: no matter what your lease says, any person who in injured on your property can sue you for injury and damages. For any reason. You need a LOT of insurance to protect yourself - at least $2 million. 3. Rentor risk - the damage one bad rentor can cause can cost $thousands to repair, more than a year's rent. Sure, keep the deposit - it's hardly enough. Also - if a rentor leaves you have to rclean out and re-rent the place - this can take months during which your holding costs continue and you have no income to cover them. 4. Liquidity and resale risk. If the rental real estate world does not work out, or you have a need for cash, you can't kick out the renter and sell out quickly. In some places this can take months to evict and sell. Even if ther is no renter it can take months to sell - and at what price? Despite anecdotes of hot real estate markets in some places for a short period, the long term rate of increase in a single-family home is about 2-3% more than inflation. This has been true for 70 years and for the last 20 years. 5. Also - do you want to spend your time worrying about renters, getting broken A/Cs garage doors and roofs fixed, repainting? 6. Finally, when you do sell the capital gains tax on real estate gains (and you will have them because you have probably been claiming depreciation over the years to keep current-year taxes down) is 25%. I'd rather see you in the market where you can manage your risk.
Q:Real Estate Business in Japan?
Real estate business in Japan is not booming at all because of subprime loans. Nor is there any bright future in this industry as population in Japan is deemed to decline in the future. Besides, you don't speak Japanese, do you? It's very difficult if you don't.
Q:Will investing in real estate make me rich/wealthy?
If you have a goal or aspiration in mind but you do not know£have no idea£do not know} how to make it genuine then is since you are not between the fortunate individuals who guide their lives.
Q:Real Estate license...?
I agree with your dad. It is obvious from your question that you need more education. The mere fact that you have no idea what to do indicates you haven't investigated a career in real estate as an agent or loan officer. In reading your question, I'm not even sure you know the difference. Your grammar and spelling is atrocious. A large majority of the public is skeptical of working with a very young person to start with but being unable to communicate in a professional manner would make it even harder for you.
Q:Real-Estate Fraud Attempt?
The agent was correct in asking you what the price was on your home. If he doesn't know this, he can't construct an offer. Your state may have a single party show contract (CA does) that states you only pay the agent a commission if you sell (insert name of the buyer) their home. Most agents won't write an offer without it for a FSBO property. Also, not hearing from them for a couple days is par for the course in real estate. It's a big decision and sometimes after people think about it, they change their mind. When an agent tells a seller of mine that his buyers may be writing an offer, more times than not, they don't and the seller gets very upset by this. I don't see anything fraudulent going on here. To protect yourself, you really need to list your home with a Realtor. That's the only way you can avoid these kinds of things.
Q:Investing In Real Estate Stocks?
It is like evaluating apples to oranges. If you purchase a residence and hire it you're now within the landlord industry, this is a process, a minimum of aspect-time. If you put money into shares you're a passive investor, and no paintings is needed.
Q:What type of schooling do you need to become a real estate agent?
It depends on where you are... In Arizona, you need a minimum of 90 hours of class work, have to pass the school test. Then you have two tests administered by the state, One is Arizona specific, and the other is a General real estate test. After you pass those three tests, you have to take a contract writing class, get fingerprinted and a background check... once all of that is complete, and you pass all of it.. you pay your fees and get your license. In Arizona, you are also required to maintain your license. That means you have to take continuing education classes every year. You MUST have 24hours every two years to retain you lic. Good Luck
Q:real estate prices in boulder, co?
According to a Real Estate broker's analysis in September of this year, the median price went from $513,750 to $548,000. However, there was a 25% increase in homes available on the market, without a commensurate increase in sales. So that at least is a sign for buyers. I also recall reading in the Rocky Mountain News (sorry, I don't think it's still online) that central-Boulder's 80302 and 80301 zip codes had gone up, while suburban and rural Boulder's 80303 and 80304 zip codes had gone down and stayed flat, respectively. That's from my memory so take it with a grain of salt. See the blog and blog entry below for more information.
Q:Real estate agent vs drive-by?
There is no difference in cost to the seller. If you hire a buyer's agent that agent is paid out of the commission the seller has likely already obligated themselves to pay. If you use the seller's agent that agent will receive all the commission themselves. The seller's agent is obligated to get the best deal for the seller they can possibly and legally do. A buyer's agent is obligated to look out for your best interest. A buyer's agent may be able to negotiate a better price or better terms for you, and will make sure you get the home inspected and other things that will protect you.

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