Light Steel Structure of Swimming Pool

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
China Main Port
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
-
Supply Capability:
-

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Specifications

Steel structure workshop warehouse building
1. ISO9001:2008, SGS and BV Certification
2. Structural safety and reliability

steel structure workshop warehouse building

Characteristics

1.      Enviromental friendly

2.      Lower cost and maintenance

3.      Long using time up to 50 years

4.      Stable and earthquake resistance up to 9 grade

5.      Fast construction, time saving and labor saving

6.      Good appearance

Technical Parameters

Item Name

steel structure workshop warehouse building

Main Material

Q235/Q345 Welded H Beam and Hot Rolled Section Steel

Surface

Painted or Hot Dip Galvanized

Roof & Wall Panel

EPS Sandwich panel /Single Corrugated Steel Sheet/ Colour sheet with Glass-wool, for customers choose

Window

PVC Steel or Aluminum Alloy

Door

Sliding Door or Rolling Up Door

Service

Design, Fabrication and Installation

We can make quotation according to customer's drawing or requirement

(size by length/width/height and wind speed), offering a free design

drawing and all detailed drawings for installation.

Packing

According to customer's requirement

Load into 40/20GP,40HQ or 40OT


Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:Professional Real Estate Investors?
Hello there. I have been a real estate investor for about 20 years now. I own my own incorporation. I purchase foreclosure properties, especially now a days they are really cheap. When I am interested in a property, I do some very heavy bargaining for the best possible price. When purchasing a property, I use my company name and use company money to purchase properties. I basically purchase the properties and I have professional agents who work for me to sell the house. If you are interested, you can take a real estate course from a local community college which takes about 6 months to one year to complete. I have four office locations throughout Chicagoland where people can find available properties and meet with agents.
Q:Real estate career requirements?
Where I am, in Illinois, you just go to a private school, or community college, or the Board Office of your local real estate board and take a class. Then you have to pass a state test. Any agency will hire you probably, except RE/MAX, which usually hires experienced agents. So shop around and meet with various brokers. Pay is commission only, and there are fees you have to pay, such as board fees (for the MLS, lockbox, and also for franchise fees if you work for a franchised company like Century 21, etc.) Good luck! It's a fun career, but I don't do it anymore because it took every weeknight and weekend (especially Sundays) away from my kids and family. The money is good though, but only after you've put in two years or so. It can also be a cut-throat business, so become thick-skinned to deal with that.
Q:Question for real estate agents and realtors?
When you rent a truly property agent, you're almost hiring the dealer they paintings for. A truly property agent have to acquire commissions from their dealer. The dealer has long past throughfar extra schooling, has extra revel in and is the character dependable for the movements in their retailers. For illustration, in case you employed an agent who's displaying you properties external your cost variety or properties that should not have the aspects you are watching for, you'll be able to ***** to their dealer and feature a different agent assigned to you. It isn't indispensable, despite the fact that it's most likely informed to make use of a Realtor on your customer consultant. For something, you pay them not anything because the vendor probably will pay commissions. Also, you're coming into a style of industrial transaction that you've got under no circumstances engaged in earlier than, and having an informed on your nook can end up so much useful. Also, a Realtor is NOT the equal factor as a truly property agent. Realtors are participants of the National Association of Realtors, and are held to bigger moral requisites than the ones retailers who don't seem to be participants. Ther are stiffer consequences for individuals who have damaged the regulation or the code of ethics we paintings below. Hope this solutions your query!
Q:Real Estate Investment Groups-Chicago Area?
www.okorder.com They are a Nationwide investment firm that is in Chicago. Their site has free resources, calculators and a very Massive directory.
Q:Foreign real estate?
real estate companies all have international sites so just go to coldwell banker and start clicking . good luck
Q:How does real estate investment trusts work?
You can buy stock in individual REITs or invest in them via a REIT mutual fund.
Q:going into real-estate?
Greetings! I am a real estate broker and serve the Reno Nevada real estate market currently. Our home sale volume is down about 60% from where it was two years ago - which does make it tougher to earn as much money as over the last two years. I would suggest you set very achievable goals to define your success. This will allow you to do what you really want to do and give you a benchmark to communicate your success to your mother in positive terms. I don't know where you live and what the home prices are in your area, but perhaps, you should strive to sell 3-4 houses in your first year. If you have other income sources (as a senior), this may work for you. The average number of homes (sides)sold per year nationally was 8.4 in 2007. You may be able to achieve this in a 2 - 3 year time frame!
Q:Are we obligated to use real estate agent?
Your spouse is 100% correct. If it's a straight forward transaction, then do that. No point stretching the budget to give a commission to your agent. Your agent already made a commission from selling your home. It's a business transaction. Stop viewing this from the friendship perspective and think business. If this were some random agent, would you be thinking this? Of course not! Your friend will understand. I have helped many friends with their home purchase questions when they use other agents! Why? Because they're my friends not because I like making money; but because I like them as people! It'd be a different story if you're saying your friend found you this lot, did all this work and you're trying to screw him. It doesn't matter if you're an attorney. Make sure you have the assistance of a real estate attorney in doing this transaction or offer your friend a small commission for doing the contract (since you already found the lot and the builder).
Q:real estate agents in N.C.????
I'm not a real estate agent, but when I moved down here from NY a couple years ago I couldn't meet anyone who DIDN'T have a relative selling real estate. I tried working with 6 different ones of them. None listened to me about what I wanted. They all kept pushing their own ideas trying to put me in a development. I thought the agents in NY were bad (from a consumer's point of view), but let me tell you - YOU DON'T KNOW BAD. They are what drove me to start doing my own searching for a home, signing with a custom builder only working with a realtor, under duress, to find the right lot to build on. The other answerer is right. Go into one of the many medical fields opening up as all the baby boomers get older. At least you know that will be an industry that will expand over the next 20 years or so.
Q:Do Real Estate agents like having unpaid interns?
Teens can't have real estate licenses because you have to be of legal age to be an agent. Also, it really depends on the agent and whether or not the intern or assistant has a license. If you don't have a license, you're essentially only good for receptionist/admin work. You can't show properties (you can open doors but you can't answer ANY questions), you can't answer inquiries, you can't do a lot of stuff. Also, some agents (prestigious or otherwise) are cheapos! They love free labor and will try to bend the rules to get the intern to do anything. That's fine because the intern won't be the one held liable, but trust me, they will milk you to the last drop. Even with paid licensed assistants, they're all mostly overworked and underpaid. I've seen agents guaranteed $50K/yr for 9am-5pm work and some weekends only to walk away very bitter and nowhere near that amount. Also, a lot of agents don't want to mentor because they might consider you as eventual competition in the business. I am in an office of over 500 agents and I know that 80% of the experienced agents who have been in the business for decades REFUSE to mentor or even help you in any way. They will use you for open houses but they sure as hell won't teach you anything and they often try to back out of an agreement if it means they make more money. So if you are going to be an unlicensed, unpaid assistant or whatever, I suggest you not be so naive or think that it'll be a great learning experience.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range