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Grid structure:

Grid structure is composed of a plurality of rods connected by nodes according to certain grid. It is of small space force, light weight, high stiffness and good seismic performance. Its relevant products can be applied in building roof such as gymnasium, cinema, exhibition hall, waiting hall, stadium awning, hangar and two-way space workshop.

Main strongpoints:

● Short construction period. All components could be produced by the factory for field installation. The generally smaller industrial plant only takes 45d to 2 months, and the steel-frame and concrete-tube construction is 8 to 12 months.

● Saving investment with less dead load and less foundation cost. Besides, with the adoption of the poly ethylene foam sandwich panels or single board with insulation cotton, it can save energy with excellent thermal insulation properties.  When the span of plant is wider, its advantage is more obvious.

● Excellent seismic behaviors. Due to its flexible structure and light weight, it can effectively reduce the seismic response and the bad influence of disaster.

● Convenience for removal. Once the owners of the building is not satisfied with the site or faced unexpected change of external environment, the building could be removed in a very short period of time with small loss.

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Q:what kind of retirement account allows for real estate investments?
Technically, it can be done in an IRA but it is normally a bad idea. This would be called a Self-directed IRA and they are a lot of work and they are quite expensive. Problem 1) You lose the capital gains treatment inside of a retirement account. Problem 2) You lose the tax advantages of depreciation inside of a retirement account. Problem 3) You must hire a manager to do everything. If you have property inside an IRA, you can't do any work on the property yourself. The only thing that you can pretty much do is drive by and look at the property. To my knowledge, this applies to ALL retirement accounts. So, if you want to hold real estate, do it outside of a retirement account. Most people who try and do it inside a retirement account end up regretting that decision. EDIT: A defined contribution account is a 401k so real estate is out for that as well. The best way to do it is invest in real estate outside of a retirement account.
Q:Real Estate Contract Expiring - Questions?
I assume you mean that you owe him a commission IF someone who looked at it during the listing period buys it within 180 days following the listing termination, correct? If so, that seems like a very long time to me. I never put more than 30 days in a listing agreement. But I don't know how real estate companies operate in your area. You think 5.6% is taking advantage of you? In our area, outside Washington, DC, 6% is the most common listing commission. There are discount brokerages who charge less, but then they do considerably less to help sell your home - which is a recipe for disaster in our current market. There are also homes listed at higher commissions. I'm helping a client close on a home next week that was listed at 8%. Offering a higher commission was a smart move by the sellers because it created a lot of interest in their home, which was in a neighborhood where several other homes were also on the market. There is no one 'right' commission for any area. But generally, the lower the commission is, the less the listing realtor is willing to spend trying to sell it.
Q:should i become a nanny or a real estate agent? career help!!?
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.
Q:Investing in Real Estate Abroad?
Usually, you'll need to have access to considerable capital to invest in commercial (anything that makes you money) property abroad. I'm talking several million dollars or more. You'll have to engage a real estate lawyer, a realtor, and a broker in these foreign lands. They aren't going to mess with any one with small potatoes, so you're going to have to bring all your chips to the table. Too risky for them to do otherwise. You also usually have to have a partner who is a national of that country, as foreigners typically cannot own property in most places outright (100% on their own). The question is, will you trust that person with your investment? There are many horror stories of how people lost their life savings doing this type of thing. Usually an individual will not be able to tolerate this level of risk. Stick with the typical domestic investments and keep more of your money - stocks, bonds, funds, etc.
Q:? about real estate?
The owner of the house gets a real estate agent to list a house for them, agent advertises and shows the house to prospective buyers for the owner, then the agent receives a commission on and if the house sells. Agents don't have to buy the house. Agents are kind of like salesmen they try to get people to use them to sell their homes. Also you can get a agent to find you a house and in our state that doesn't cost you a thing. The commission comes from the agent who has the house listed. They give the buying agent part of the sell agents commission. Hope I didn't confuse you.
Q:Real Estate Development Company?!?!?!?
Well that depends. Typically the real estate agency gets a commission percentage on every property they sell ranging around 5-10%. Usually the agent who sold the property will profit about 2-4% of that. And the prices of properties in LA very on the location but I'd guess the range to be between $400,000 and $500,000. So for example, if they sell 50 properties in one year and get 7% commission, they would make $1,750,000 a year without taxes. Hope that helps.
Q:When should I start my real estate career?
The notion that markets slow down during certain times of year is only true in select housing markets. Just because it's the case in parts of Ohio doesn't mean it's the case in all of Ohio. For example where I work, the housing market is slow in the winter and more active in fall, winter and spring. Also, people are always buying or selling regardless of season. If they need to buy or sell, they will do so without waiting for better/worse weather. Real estate is not an easy industry, so you should save up as much as you can to keep yourself afloat or else you might be in debt like many realtors are. Also, don't be stupid like some realtors who spend so much on trivial things when they start like clothing, expensive watches and expensive cars. Also, when you count startup costs, expect to pay anything from $150-1500 for your monthly brokerage fees (which includes your NAR fees sometimes and E&O Insurance etc). Not sure about which brokerage you choose but mine requires that my car insurance includes passenger insurance as a chauffer/business vehicle that takes clients around. So just make sure you have enough money and that you can jump in the game. Be prepared to do a lot of open houses for free (or whatever deal you make with the listing agent) and do just about anything to start out. There's no way to climb the ladder without getting dirty (not sleazy, but as in do the hard work). Good luck!
Q:Email for Joseph G Bucci Real Estate?
Hi, i do not have information on about the email of the real estate owner which you had asked. Here is an important tip about how to make money in real estate. Flipping is the most commonly used strategy for real estate business. So, if you have no extra money but you want to make money in real estate investment then you can apply this method. Flipping refers to buying properties at low price and selling it for a high price. You know the good thing when entering this type of business is that you don’t have to invest any cash to earn money.
Q:Starting a Career in Real Estate?
The place to start in the real estate industry is at your state's real estate commission. There you will find all you need to know about getting licensed. Where I live you need to be a licensed agent to be a property manager for others, and an appraisal license to be an appraiser. To be a successful agent you do need marketing experience. It is not just about marketing properties but about marketing yourself too. Being a Psych major could be a real benefit. But remember you are only paid commission so if you are not good at it, you are not paid much, if anything. Property management and appraising are finite services, so you know if you get the job you will most likely be paid for doing it. Before I got into the business I thought i wanted to be an appraiser, but the owner of the largest appraising firm in my market talked me out of it because he told me I would never be able to make the kind of money I wanted to make. Bottom line: Not the best time to get into the real estate business, but if you do, go ahead and get licensed as an agent. Once licensed you will quickly learn which aspect of the business best suits you and be in a position to immediately apply. And if none turn you on, you still have the option of returning to school.
Q:I need help knowing what a real estate broker is...please help me!!!!?
Depending on your state, a broker is like an office manager: someone who has worked as an agent for X number of years. I am in NC and the laws have changed here. There are only brokers and pre-brokers. Pre-brokers are selling and buying agents. Brokers oversee the agents and have a lot of responsibility and have worked in the field for years. Check on line for real estate schools in your area. Most classes run about six weeks, you take a class exam and if you pas it, then a state exam. It is a tough field to get into because you are representing people in the biggest transaction of their lives. Although you cannot act as attorney, you will need to know a lot of the legal issues in real estate. The salary is commission, so you will make as much money as you work for. There is a lot to being an agent, so don't think of it as just going around looking at homes and collecting a paycheck. You will be required by the Real Estate Commission to take additional classes and pay fees. You need to be strong in math, determined and outgoing. I hope this helps you get started.

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