Detailed Product Description of Interior Decorative Pvc Wall Panel(width 20cm/25cm/30cm
1.Long service life
3.Easy to install&clean
4.Eco-friendly and certified by SGS
The feature of PVC Ceiling
2) Without gap when concatenated
3) High intensity, corrode-resisting, aging-resisting
4) Due to PVC's high chemical stability,our panels can be used more than 10 years
5) Prevent fire,water,antibiotic.
6) Harmless to human being and eco-friendly
7) Accessories(corners) accompany perfectly
Different types of Interior Decorative Pvc Wall Panel(width 20cm/25cm/30cm)
1, Glossy PVC Panel (most common type)
2, Sub-glossy PVC Panel (Natural surface handing)
3, High-glossy PVC Panel (high-light surface handling)
4, Transfer Printing PVC Panel
Specifications of Interior Decorative Pvc Wall Panel(width 20cm/25cm/30cm)
500px, 625px, 750px,
5.5mm, 6mm, 7mm,8mm and so on
1.70kg-3.0kg per sqm PVC Panel
5m,5.8m,5.85m,5.90m,5.95m, or by customer's requirement
35%-65% as usual,or by customer's requirement
flat/groove in the middle/groove in the ¼/grooves in... etc.
30%T/T in advance, 70% before the shipment; irrevocable L/C at sight
10 pcs/shrink wrapping or carton, per board be protected by film
Africa, Mid East, South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia,Eastern Asia
Quality Test of Interior Decorative Pvc Wall Panel(width 500px/625px/750px)
Heating Rate %
No bubble, craze or spot
Resistance of acetone
Dart drop impact
0.25kg/0.5m,10 times, Pass when keep unbroken above 6 times
Size Variation in High/Low Temperature
no visible cracks
- Q:become a real estate agent?
- You couldn't have picked a worse time to become a real estate agent. We're seeing record foreclosures, banks not lending, record numbers of houses on the market with no buyers and those that are lucky enough to sell are taking big losses. Sorry to burst your bubble, but this is NOT a good time to get into real estate. All the For Sale signs may make it seem like a gold mine, but without buyers and the banks making it harder to borrow, a lot of people I know in the real estate biz are starving. Most realtors work on commission, meaning you take a certain percentage of the homes you sell - which is great when prices are up and houses are moving. In a stale market there's not much money to be made.
- Q:Real estate business still worth it?
- My opinion is based on my personal experiences of losing deal after deal to unqualified agents. My bad experiences have caused me to stereo-type real estate agents to the point I steer clear of them whenever possible. The Real Estate market is over saturated with a lot of non-college educated agents that do not possess professional business skills or know how. I have fired agent after agent, and went through 15 agents before I found one with a little sense that could negotiate a good deal. I was shocked and came to realize this is the last business I would ever consider, as the agents I have had exposure to are unloyal, unscrupulous and will stab another agent in the back at a blink of the eye. It's ruthless and cut throat. If you have a passion for working with these types of people, go for it. But I highly recommend finding a business that is not made up of desperate house wives and high school drop outs that had no other options but realty. Sorry...I know there are probably a few great agents out there, however, I personally haven't had the pleasure of meeting that perfect agent.
- Q:Sell Real Estate?
- Where do you live? Hopefully you're in a state that is not down on real estate. California for example is on the downside. I say go for it. I have a real estate license. I found a broker who will sponsor me. I am sure you can do the same. God Bless.
- Q:Is a real estate agent like a car salesman?
- One big thing you have to remember is the agent gets paid by selling the house. The agent does not work for you since he gets paid by the seller and the higher the sales price they negotiate, the more commission they get. Of course there are a few good buyer's agent out there but you won't know who's good and who's bad until it's too late. Just make sure you do some other research via zillow or other online services just to be sure you are no overbidding on a property especially in a declining market. PS. don't look at the value zillow gives you. Look at the sales comparables and compare the square footage to the house you're planning to buy.
- Q:real estate and mortgage question!!!?
- Currently the real estate market is in bad shape. I believe there is a 13% surplus in homes for sell. That means there are more homes available than demanded. The sub prime mortgage lenders are in trouble or going out of business (bear stearns had a huge amount of assets in sub prime mrtg) because of a sub prime collapse that happened over the last year or so. Lenders were lending adjustable rate mortgages to people who would not be able to afford their payments once the interest rate on their mortgage adjusted up after the predetermined amount of time. These people lost their houses due to foreclosure. The banks are losing money because they aren't making their interest and they can't sell properties. Good time to buy, bad time to sell.
- Q:How do I become real estate agent?
- Most (all?) states have a requirement that you take a certain number of hours of classes, and that you then pass an examination. For instance, you might need to take 60 classroom hours. Classes are often offered by the real estate companies in your area. That's where I took my classes. Sometimes they're also offered at community colleges. So: Call (or check on the web) the major real estate companies in your area. Ask them if they offer classes on becoming an agent. Many of them will have a couple-hour introductory program explaining the process in your state. I personally recommend an intensive program, rather than one stretched out. Don't do the 3-hours a week for the next 20 weeks program. By the end, you'll have forgotten a lot of critical information. Choose the 1-week or 2-week intensive program. After you take the required courses, you'll then take a state licensing exam. If your preparation was good, the questions on the state exam will closely resemble what you learned in class. (That was the case with me.) You take the exam and hopefully pass. (With good courses, there should be a 75%-85% pass rate or higher.) Once you pass and are licensed, you affiliate with a broker, and you're ready to go. Hope that helps.
- Q:Potential $2million Real Estate Investor from South America?
- Commercial real estate, multiple tenants, multi use. Retail storefronts and warehouses combined.
- Q:Do I need good credit to have a profession in NYC Real Estate?
- Real Estate Agencies Do Not check your credit. They really have no reason to. The only way you would need your credit checked is if you are planning on investing in real estate. And by the way- it shouldn't be hard to find a broker that will accept you. If a a broker has desk space they will hire just about anyone who has a license. The key is to find a company that will train you correctly. Some of the companies I recommend are Weichert and Keller Williams.
- Q:How to become a Real Estate Agent?
- To be eligible to become a licensed real estate salesperson or agent, you must: 1.Be at least 18 or 19 years old (depends on the state) 2.Have legal US residency. 3.Complete your required prelicense education (number of hours required depends on the state) 4.Pass your state real estate license examination.
- Q:what does Real Estate Developer do & what is meant by Real Estate Developer?
- A real estate developer would develop real estate in a specialty they have selected. Real estate developers specialize in commercial, residential, apartment or condo development. These individuals acquire raw land and place some type of buildings on the raw undeveloped land. Basically they develop undeveloped land into developed land. Once they find a unique niche the normally stick to this niche and very seldom delve into another phase of real estate development. Depending on the state in which you reside a real estate developer might be required to possess a license of any type. Most real estate developers might get around any state license requirements by hiring or subcontracting the actual building of their project to state licensed contractor. You would see signs on the project that would say developed by M&M Development company, contractor N&N. By doing things in this manner a developer might develop property in many states using a contractor with a license from the state in which the development is located. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. FIGHT ON
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|Annual Output Value
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3. Manufacturer Capability
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|No.of Employees in Trade Department
||5,000-10,000 square meters
|No. of Production Lines
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|Product Price Range
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