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Our company-Fu Jian JianYuan WPC Science&Technology Co., Ltd, located in Luo Yuan industry park, Nan Pin city, Fu Jian province,with sales department in Xia Men city, is devoted to developing  the third generation of co-extruded wood plastic composite items with the surface of ASA material and internal PVC foam materials.


All of our items have been authorized by ISO9001 quality test system, MA,AL,CNAS,SGS and reached the international standard ,even more than the national standard.In addition,we 

has achieved 14 national invention and utility patents.


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1.using the most advanced double-machine co-extruded technology recently;

2. waterproof,anti-insect,fire prevention, UV and weather resistance,maintenance-free, eco-friendly;

3.natural wood texture and appearance;

4.30 years' lifetime;

5.easy installment;

6.providing relative certification according to customers' requirement.


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Q:Real Estate Education?!?
A competitive market requires constant adaptation to stay ahead. For two decades, Boston University's Real Estate Studies Program has led the industry by challenging existing frameworks and introducing thoughtful new ideas. BU's Center for Professional Education offers four comprehensive programs covering an assortment of topics related to the real estate industry. Our faculty—made up of practicing professionals from a wide variety of specialties—bring firsthand knowledge and expertise to the classroom. The Real Estate Studies Program offers certificates in the following topics: Commercial Real Estate Facilities Management Real Estate Finance Sustainability We are affiliated with the Real Estate Finance Association (REFA) of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). Program Details Program Dates A variety of courses are offered three times a year: September, January, and April. Most courses run for eight weeks. Requirements There are no specific requirements to enroll in the Real Estate Studies Program. Students may take all of the required courses for a certificate, or opt for a single course. MET Course Waivers for CPE Alumni Get a head start on a Master’s in City Planning or Urban Affairs Students who earn a Center for Professional Education certificate in Commercial Real Estate or Real Estate Finance may apply coursework toward the Master of City Planning or Master of Urban Affairs degree programs at Boston University’s Metropolitan College. Upon admittance to either program, a waiver of three graduate elective courses (12 credits) will be granted. For more information on BU’s City Planning and Urban Affairs programs, or the certificate in Commercial Real Estate or Real Estate Finance, please call the Center for Professional Education at 1–866–633–9370 or 617–353–4497......Property Management Bendigo
Q:Please help me Real Estate people?
You're in a university? Your university has low standards. You need a class in basic grammar before you tackle real estate. Real estate is dirt and sticks, it doesn't need customer care. A real estate company is entirely about customer care. Obviously everything a real estate salesperson does is customer care, except charging customers the exorbitant commissions. What you're really asking is, What is a realtor's job. Go to an open house next Sunday and ask one.
Q:Opening a Real Estate Brokerage?
There is no need to go to college for that, invest your time in marketing or business administration. A brokerage doesnt broker homes. You employ real estate agents that pay a portion of their commission to you. They list the homes they want, doesn't matter if its a 20million dollar home or a 20k condo. Maybe you mean real estate agent? Focusing on more expensive homes? The problem there is finding the clients, if you came up in a wealthy social group it may be easier for you. Becoming a real estate agent is fairly easy and just requires classes and some fees. The brokerage requires you to be an agent for a few years first, more classes and licenses. I primarily do investments but I highly suggest spending a few years doing traditional real estate before stepping into this world. Whatever you may think of your mentor, if they are an agent working for prudential they are not that successful. The successful agents own their own brokerage and don't give a % of their income to a broker.
Q:How did the Housing Crisis trigger the Commercial Real Estate Crisis?
Primarily 3 causes: 1. Demand for space: as the housing market crashed, jobs in the construction and real estate industries dried up, decreasing demand for office and industrial space that housed those companies and companies that support them. And as people saw the value of their houses plummet, they cut back discretionary spending, reducing demand for retail space. 2. Land prices: reduced demand for land for housing had an indirect impact on the value of land held for commercial development, as did lack of demand for new commercial properties (see #1) causing the value of land held by developers to plummet and erode their net worth. In desperation, developers sold land for whatever they could get for it to raise cash to pay down debt, causing further reductions in prices in the meantime. 3. Availability of credit; last but not least, as banks and other lenders started seeing the economy contract and losses from housing loans starting to pile up on their books, they (and the regulators) took a conservative stance on all real estate lending. It then began a spiral where lack of credit caused lower values, which caused loans to be called or not extended, which caused values to drop, which caused more loan defaults.
Q:investing real estate trusts?
It is critical that you focus valuation on FFO and AFFO. Clearly, you want a measure of financial performance that is not distorted by gains on sales or overly harsh depreciation. Good Luck From Invest in REITs website: The REIT industry also uses Funds From Operations (FFO) as a supplemental measure of a REIT’s operating performance. NAREIT defines FFO as net income (computed in accordance with GAAP) excluding gains or losses from sales of most property and depreciation of real estate. When real estate companies use FFO in public releases or SEC filings, the law requires them to reconcile FFO to GAAP net income. Many real estate professionals as well as investors believe that commercial real estate maintains residual value to a much greater extent than machinery, computers or other personal property. Therefore, they view the depreciation measure used to arrive at GAAP net income as generally overstating the economic depreciation of REIT property assets and the actual cost to maintain and replace these assets over time, which may in fact be appreciating. Thus, FFO excludes real estate depreciation charges from periodic operating performance. Many securities analysts judge a REIT’s performance according to its Adjusted FFO (AFFO), thereby deducting certain recurring capital expenses from FFO.
Q:thinking of becoming a real estate agent?
My husband used to sell real estate when the economy was in much better shape, and there were more times of famine than times of plenty. Much of it depends upon where you live. And there's no way you can keep up with the changing housing market, unless you want to live like a gypsy and move all over the country. I would do some career searches that are in related categories, and see what the job market is for those jobs. I've heard that now is the time to go back to school, if you can afford to, and gain some more skills or get that doctorate. This is too big a deal to trust to strangers though. But, if it's ideas you want, I guess you came to the right place. Personally, I'd re-think the real estate business, and find something else. Eventually, the housing market will change, but it might take years. If you're wanting something more immediate, this isn't it. <*)))><
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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:Help with a real estate interview question?
while my peers are correct, I have a puzzling query for you. ONE of my peers is a sales trainer. ONLY in the field of real estate, is this a problem--not to reduce the trainer's skills/value in any way, AS of about 12 yrs ago, in the US, the world of real estate added a CRITICAL component to AGENCY. IN selling cars, boats, TVs and a myriad of other things, the store hires a store sales person. That is logical. NOT so in real estate!!! in REAL ESTATE--we have 3 types of agency and I think in 5 yrs, there will be only 2; today, we have listing --seller agency, we have buyer's agency [which my firm does] and we have DUAL AGENCY. IN no other biz does this exist and the difference gives real estate brokers, sellers an agents headaches....... I presume you have your license. YOU took classes on this already. YOU cannot, as you re-call, represent AS A FIDUCIARY, both the seller and the buyer in a transaction. YOU cannot NEGOTIATE for the buyer if you are a dual agent. YOU can submit offers to the seller-or seller's agent but you may not negotiate on price for a buyer if you are the one who took the listing. IT IS being debated nationwide, if a dual agent can reasonably represent the buyer. He may submit offers to the seller and that is it. CAN an agent, who knows the inside data on a listing, give that data to the buyer? NO. IF a sales person INSTEAD works for an exclusive buyer's agency, he can negotiate!!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Q:Commercial Real Estate as a career....advice please!?
Before you jump into this career, have you looked at the job market in this area? If you have been following the headlines, both commercial and residential real estate markets are in serious trouble. Florida has been especially hurt, I would do a little more research first.

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