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Product name: Aluminum foil bubble heat insulation roll,hot selling insulation

This product is a new environmentally-friendly insulation product.It has better thermal insulation performance than other traditional insulation products like fiberglass or cellulose insulation by reflecting the radiant heat away. It doesn't cause any harm to humans and the environment.

Usage:
1. Roof, wall, floor;
2. Shells of air conditioner and water heater;
3. Protective coatings of water pipe and ventilating pipe

Other material structure as follows,

AL/Bubble

AL/bubble bubble/AL

AL/woven cloth/bubble/AL

AL/EPE/AL or VMPET/AL/VMPET

AL/XPE/AL or VMPET/XPE/VMPET

AL/woven cloth/AL or AL/woven cloth

AL/Non-woven cloth/AL or AL/non-woven cloth/AL

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Well you should not give up one for the other, do them in parallel. Real Estate takes time to advertise and get your name around. Especially if you are new, people likes to transact with experienced salespersons, this is their life's worth you will be dealing with. So do them both, in a recession the house market drops, but the car may go on far longer and possibly survive the recess... Whether Prudential, Re/Max or Century21, my suggestion is look for training initially rather than commission splits, until later after you have established and decide if this is for you or not. Hope this help!
Q:How do real estate companies make money?
simple math. Let's guess that an agency represents buyers or sellers [horribly some do both on a single deal] on 100 deals per mo. And let's assume the average deal generates a commission of $8,000. LEt's further assume that 1/2 of that goes to the listing agency and 1/2 to the buyer's agency. thus, we take now 8k and divide by 2.......4k per deal the office overhead is 3k a mo. 4k x 100..........4,000 x 100 = 400,000. the agent will be either on a split of 50-50 or close to that or he will pay a desk fee of about 700 per mo and he will get 100% of his part of the closing commission thus, of the 400,000, the agency will keep at least 50k. PER mo. 3k rent he pockets 25k a mo not bad can guide further
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.
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Most likely between 4 - 5%. Generally the listing agent has to split the commission 50/50 with the buyer's agent. The higher your sale price is, the lower you can get your commission %. Selling a $1m house doesn't cost the agent any more than selling a $750k house, so you should try and get them down below 5%.
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Technically you don't need a college degree to be a real estate agent. Some general business knowledge and an entrepreneurial spirit will get you started. You must take a course with an accredited institution, pass the course, AND pass the state licensing examination to apply to be a licensed real estate agent in your state. Different states have different rules. Look up Illinois Real Estate Courses and Licensing on google, yahoo, etc and see what comes up. I took a real estate course completely online for the state of Virginia and got my license within 6 or 7 months. I'm not doing anything with it yet... but I intend to in the next few years.
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If you want to be a Real Estate Developer you can study for an MBA that specialises in this topic, a good idea given that you have an architecture degree already. It's important that you do this as MBA's in finance can vary widely - from bond markets/derivatives to manufacturing finance. You wouldn't want to waste your time on those. MBA's with real estate finance will take you through property investment yields, land valuation etc. As for work experience, I suggest you contact a few architectural practices and possibly even property development companies. There's a huge difference between designing properties for construction and working as a developer. Developers are generally speculators and highly finance oriented. It depends what type of person you are; do you like architecture for the beauty of the design or the quick return you can make? Most property developers have little knowledge of architecture - the architect is the employee of their speculative enterprise. Finally, decide what type of property development you're interested in - residential or commercial. Perhaps a spell at some construction/building companies would help you decide - why not write to several. You may get lucky and get some invaluable work experience. These companies are often prepared to finance a part time MBA as well -then you've got the best of both worlds. Good luck!
Q:Real estate courses getting licensed?
Are houses selling in CT? Houses are not selling in Illinois. New Houses are. I know quite a few realtors doing other things because house sales are getting fewer and it takes longer. Good Luck.
Q:How to research real estate potential in a given area?
After all, whether you're talking about new friends, employees, doctors, caretakers for elderly family members, or even significant others, you, as a citizen, have a right to know whether the people you surround yourself with are who they say they are.
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There is no doubt that real estate is one of the best and lucrative investment as ROI is high. But before investing in it you must have appropriate knowledge about various facts related with it. For that you can take help of real estate agent. He will direct you in right direction. For various facts about real estate you can also visit dynabuild.us/ Here you will get some significant points related to real estate.
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