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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 Agents. Advice please?
Do not think of it as a job. Think of it as starting a business. You work hard and often do not get paid. Sometimes you get paid and not work very hard. I would find a way to work as someones assistant for a while so you can see what makes the difference between success and failure.
Q:International Real Estate agent?
First you take Business admin degree then think further.
Q:real estate school?
Real Estate is usually a good career. Hopefully the part of New Jersey you are in, is a mix of urban and suburbs. With sales positions, one needs to advertise, to let the public know that you exist. If you are fresh out of real estate school, volunteer to answer the phone at the front desk as often as you can, people call the office looking for someone to list their homes for them, they don't need to know that you just started. Work with an experienced associate in the office that you get along with and you feel that you can trust, maybe slit the commission with him/her until you can do it on your own. The sky is the limit if you believe in what you are doing and you do it well. Growth will bring financial reward.
Q:Can a real estate agent legally refuse to show me a property because I am an investor?
dear poster; you must have been asleep for the last 2-3 yrs--no offense intended. just HIRE a buyer's agent!! ta da!! never use a seller's agent. and if you are not pre-qualified to buy from a lender, no buyer's agent will take his time UNLESS you pay him/her a retainer to do so. Closing is what it is all about in real estate. Many investors just want to look. Per 100 houses the average agent shows an investor, he helps the investor buy one; bad ratio. i can guide you here, at my expense you are not saying if you have cash, what geography, what price range, or anything else.......is of interest to u
Q:Why is Donald Trump famous for Real Estate?
Donald Trump is famous for real estate because he sells cars on real estate, he has sold more cars than anyone. You must have heard of Trump Cars and Trump Towers, every one knows that.
Q:Real Estate Company question?
Ok, so you're obviously very young. It's good you're asking questions. First things first, you won't just be rich selling real estate, though you can certainly get rich if you want to. A real estate company employees real estate agents who represent both sellers and buyers in real estate transactions, i.e. selling homes, commercial properties, government properties and a lot of other types of properties. Traditionally you would first have to become an agent and get experience long before you would open up your own company and higher other people. A real estate agent gets a commission when a property is sold (usually 2%-4%), often the buyers agent and the sellers agent will split the commission. The agents work for or contracts with a Real Estate Company and the owner/s of the company get a piece of every agents commission. If you have a big agency or an agency which specializes in high-end homes or commercial properties (or other niche real estate services) and you are successful you can become very rich indeed. Then again, it's a lot of work, making a lot money is not easy, if it was everyone would be doing it. However, you can do it if you want to, most people don't believe in themselves or were brought up not to believe they could achieve great financial success. Do some googling to find out more information on real estate.
Q:Public Relations major for Real Estate?
Some realty agents hire PR people to get their names in the newspaper. Since real estate marketing is very similar to PR, you might have a great career in real estate. You are hired to put houses up for sale and your job is to attract buyers to the house.
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:A question of how to profit in the real estate bear market?
In a short sale you borrow and sell something that you do not own. Then you buy it back to cover your short ideally at a lower price. You cannot do this with bricks and mortar. Look for companies listed on the stock market that are sensitive to real estate and see if you can borrow those securities. Home builders are your best bet. These would need to be able to be held as ADRs unless you can persuade a local broker to open an account for you. Selling short can be a fast way to lose your money as there is no way of determining the top. If the price continues to rise you will find yourself facing margin calls. A more conservative plan is to wait for the securities to fall and then buy them at the bottom of the cycle.
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