Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

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Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

Waterpoof abrasives sanding  Paper is made of high-quality alumina sand powder and kraft paper base, and bound with 100% real resin. Waterpoof abrasives sanding  Paper is mainly used in the grinding and buffing of automobiles, home furnishings, leather, 

home appliance cases, and mechanical parts.Waterpoof abrasives sanding  Paper can grind with water and has a highly-polished work piece. It will not contaminate the work piece when operating, and does not create dust pollution. It is moderately soft. Aluminum oxide ,silicon carbide and so on 

waterproof abrasives sanding Paper for wet sanding of paints, primes, surfaces of the automobile industries ,abrasives sanding paperalso used for sanding and finishing of plastics, leather ,mechanical components , furniture, precision instrument and hardware .




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  • Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

    Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

  • Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

    Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

    Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

    Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

    Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

    Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wood and Wall Surface

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There are lawyers that prepare paperwork and represent the title company and the lender. The buyer and seller sometimes hire lawyers to represent them. The contract forms themselves are usually standard forms drawn up by the state- but anything that is crossed out or added can change the meaning in a way that you may not be aware of. Having a lawyer look that stuff over should not cost you a thousand dollars. But- no- most people do this without an attorney. And that means most people have no idea what they are obligating themselves to.
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As for the future CA real estate, I think it will rebound eventually. This would be the best time to buy, imo.
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First of all, you might want to check with realtors in your area to see how much expense is involved with just having that license. Even if you are not employed with a real estate company, there will be fees for you to have it in your pocket so to speak. Having said that, you don't have to sell houses just because you have a real estate license. Not sure what all businesses would need one but the first thing I thought of when I read your question was maybe some kind of land developement where a company is expanding and needs someone to find and buy land for them. I hate to discourage you, but right now is probably one of the worst times to get into real estate especially if you don't want to sell houses right away. Good luck
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This is not the time to enter the real estate field. If you do decide to get in, the most important part is that you know how to deal with people and how to relate to them. If you are an introvert, or don't have patience, forget it. I'm in SF Bay Area and have seen hundreds of ex-engineers and other techies get into the field in the last 5 years. Most all of them are gone because they couldn't make a living. They were all nice people, but had no people skills and they all assumed that human beings make purchase decisions based on statistics and charts. If a buyer didn't want to purchase, they would take it personally and get upset at them. Most of them couldn't take rejection, because they took it personally. Remember, you are not selling a house! You are selling a home to people where they are going to spend the next 7-10 years, have babies, watch kids go through schools, have birthday parties, etc. Most agents make a decent living. Remember that the 2.5% or 3% commission is split between you and your broker. Some brokers have a starting split 70% yours/30% brokers of the gross 3%. If the house sells for $800k, gross is $24k. Your split is $24k/70% which is $16.8k. Then you must pay your own income tax out of that, since you are not an employee, so subtract about 25% from that and you take home net is $12.6k. Brokers also have a desk fee, which is a charge for using their office facilities. Some are $300/mo (Intero) which has to be paid every month whether you make a sale or not. Then there's E&O insurance, about $150 per transaction. Most national chains (Century 21, RE/Max, etc.) also charge a franchise fee of about 6%-8% off the gross. Then you have to pay for all your promotional materials, open house signs, etc. out of your pocket. If you still want to enter the field, be sure to have at least 1yr of reserve cash to live on. It will take that long to get up to speed and get your first sale.
Salary? LOL Selling real estate is a 100% commissioned job, there is no salary. Its also self employment which has expenses. There is no typical in real estate since many sell very few to none, while others do very well. Half the people who enter the business in a given year, quit the business within that same year. Personally once I was licensed fresh out of real estate school I felt ready to take on the world and didn't realize I knew practically nothing about how to succeed in the business ready to commit full time. I also worked as an apprentice auctioneer (real estate auctioneer) when I first began so I was able to get a small share of commissions from the auctioneer I worked for, but didn't sell my first property until I was 5 months in and didn't get paid on it for another 6 weeks. I think I sold 5 houses my first year, when I was certain I would be able to at least sell one a month. The second year was much better because by that time I understood what it takes to develop business.
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Yes to your question; it is flipping properties to create wealth. To determine a good purchase price, you must know what the house is worth in good, saleable condition and also what it is going to cost you to get it there. One hurdle you will have to overcome is finding a lender. Your age, income and credit history will dictate if and how much they will lend you. Be prepared for a down payment in today's mortgage market. Also, spend a little more time constructing good grammatical sentences; you will find it impresses the people you are dealing with.
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i know you have to take a test that is hard as hell to pass.
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It is good to hear that you have a goal and are working on a plan to get there. Many people your age would not even consider this. Your state licensing commission should have a web site that lists all of its requirements to get a salesperson license. I believe in Alabama you have to be at least 19, but it may be 18. Your state will probably be the same. They will also have prelicense courses you will have to take before you can take the exam to get a license, along with other things. If your end goal is not to be an agent but a developer there may be an easier way to learn the business. Try asking some of the top agents in your area if you could work for them as an unlicensed assistant. That way you are still in a learning environment, will get to know the process of selling homes and meet all of the important people you will need to know without spending a fortune yourself. I would recommend you take this route while you are taking your classes even if you go for your license. The more experience you can get the better. Good luck, and if I can help with anything shoot me an email. Josh
Q:How should I make contacts as a new real estate agent?
I have seen an agent posting on craigslist who is trying to establish contacts.

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