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The main material of light steel villa is light steel keel synthesized by hot dip galvanized steel with cold rolling technology. Through precise calculation, it proves to have rational carrying capacity with support from auxiliary, to replace the traditional houses.

Light steel villa with light thin wall steel galvanized material as a structural framework, combined with various kinds of veneer decorative plate outside.The overall weight is lighter, for earthquake has the obvious effect.Because the material weight is small, the material consumption is relatively reduced, thus reducing the construction cost.Because most of the basic material made of steel materials can be recycled, is a very good energy saving and environmentally friendly homes.

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  High degree of mechanization and commercialization

Short construction period.

 The recyclable material is conducive to sustainable development.

 Due to the light weight, it has good seismic performance, which is preferred by seismic structure area countries.

 The comprehensive economic index is not higher than the reinforced concrete structure.

Compared to brick concrete residential, it can effectively avoid the waste of resources by baking bricks.

Due to the small thickness of wall, it can increase the efficiency of space use.

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Q:Real Estate research?
Do you mean you want to contact a real estate agent to ask them these questions.? Also a Real Estate Agent is different from a Broker. I have my Real Estate Agents Licence. You must take a test called RESAT. Real Estate Sales Apptitude Test, to see if you are suited to sell Real Estate then you submit an application form, you are interviewed and a background check on you is done.If you are considered suitable you must then take a course it can be done through a educational centre or by correspondance. and it takes any where from 8 months to a year to complete. Once you are finished you must pass an exam. Some people have a Real Estate Company that will sponsor them and pay the cost of the course, licence fees etc. and provide them with a job The commission structure is determined by the Company you work for and the Real Estate Association. People rarely walk into agencies looking to buy or sell a house. The opportunities are that you work as hard or as little as you want, your hours are flexable, and you can make a great deal of money if you are successful. Disadvantages, for every agent selling 100 houses a year there are 100 who only sell a couple. for every 1 agent making a million dollars a year there are 1000 barely making a living. You must be ready to show a house nights, weekends, holidays. and answer calls 24/7/365 if you want to succeed. And you will need to work long hours when you first start out.
Q:Trumps real estate law firm?
Wouldn’t you expect Trump to use many different real estate law firms? I mean if he had just one, wouldn’t everyone know that THE DONALD would likely be sitting across the table in any transaction that singular firm handles. It would make it very difficult for Trump to negotiate, if every buyer/seller knew they were dealing with a rich guy. I heard that 60 Minutes tried to just estimate Trump’s worth. Apparently they got vastly different numbers from different investigators. I think that this is because Trump has so many different corporations and legal structures that is difficult for an outsider to know about them all. If he goes to this much trouble to hide his identify through asset protection, it is probably a safe bet that he does not use a single real estate law firm, or broker
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:How do real estate agents find clients?
Well, there are two types of real estate agents: those that have to continue to go to clients or those that have clients come to them. 1. The first one or two years, real estate agents should work under a broker that's busy and fast paced, so you know the basics of what you are doing and about marketing. 2. Once you have a good collection of people you worked with, get their referrals, and then find a niche in your area. For instance, a realtor in my area only concentrates in certain neighborhoods (those with houses above $500,000). Even with a bad economy, he only gets the rich people, so his business doesn't slow down. 3. Marketing on the Internet, giving good customer service to every client they come across, being knowledgeable of what your competition is doing (and doing it better than them), and Internet ownership of the keywords to your specific area will land you wealth.
Q:What will happen if the real estate bubble pops.?
The real estate market runs in cycles, always has and always will. Sometimes it's up and sometimes it's down, but it always returns either way. Lucky for me, I live just outside of DC so there are plenty of jobs and always a huge demand for housing, so this so called bubble won't effect my business.
Q:Real Estate Terms?
A real estate agent and a sales agent are the same. A broker is and agent that has passed the brokers exam and holds a brokers license. A broker can start their own office and have other agents and brokers work for them. If you are not active in real estate and are a broker, you can hold your own license. If you are an agent, you will have to have a broker hold it for you or have the state in which you live hold it for you. A REALTOR is a dues paying member of the National Association of Realtors. Most agents and brokers are REALTORS. Both agents and brokers show houses, hold open houses (what a waste of time) and make commissions based on real estate sales.
Q:what is real estate?
real estate is land and anything that is attached to that land like a house. real estate is not portable property. You cannot pick it up and take it will you.
Q:LAS VEGAS employment and real estate license?
Yea...don't get into real estate. I got my license a two years ago, and finally let it expire. It will cost you at least $1500 to get it. Then you have to pay office fees and a commission split. Everyone knows at least 2 or 3 real estate agents. Factor in a declining, slow housing market, and you will be eating Top Ramon and PB&J. If you coming to Vegas, get on with a big casino, work in one of the many non-casino related industries. Check out craigslist job postings. You don't have to be a dealer, waitress, or real estate agent, there are other good paying jobs here. By all means, if that is what you want, go for it. Just be ready for a rough start. At last count, there were over 19,000 real estate agents in Nevada...do I need to tell you where 75% of them live and work? To comment on the below person's post. Yea, you can take an online course for $350, but you will then have to take your test which is about $100-$120 then you have to pay your dues for MLS, GLVAR, and NAR. I had to write a check out for $1200 once I passed my test.
Q:can anyone tell me whether life insurance falls under real estate property.?
Life insurance does not fall under Real Estate property. It is personal property, and depending on the type of life insurance ie term or cash value, it is looked at as a liability or an asset when it comes to your personal or business finances. Term is considered a liability because there is no equity that is buildt into the policy like with cash value where the cash value account is found in the other assets heading of you personal/business ballance sheet. It sounds as if your question is a little deeper than how the life insurance is regarded in terms of property, are wondering about this for estate planning reasons? If so when using life insurance for estate planning purposes it is extreamly important that you work with someone who has the knowledge and experiance to use life insurance, the proper way to title and how the estate tax system works. It can be quite complicated, but with the right life underwriter and estate planner it can be made very simple.
Q:predictions on real estate forecast?
Based on the real estate bubbles of the early 1990's and mid to late 2000's, I'd say 15 -20 years; 2023-2028 for the max value at the end of the next real estate bubble that is already forming....

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