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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.

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According to customer's requirement

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


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Q:How do real estate companies make money?
If by company you mean the office for which a broker or sales agent works read the following: When a house sells, the agent who listed the house and represents the seller gets a portion of the commission and the agent who brought the buyer to the transaction gets the other portion. Sometimes the agent who lists the house also sells it [has a buyer] but increasingly buyers are told to get a buyer's agent to avoid conflict of interest. Laws and practices vary by state. The commission is agreed upon at the time the listing is taken. Generally the seller pays it from the proceeds of the sale. It can be renegotiated later if the selling price is lower than asked or if the price is bid up. For example a listing will indicate commission is 6% of the selling price split 50/50 or 40/60 between the listing broker/agent and the buyer's broker/agent. The split depends on market conditions - is it a buyer's market or a seller's market. If it is a seller's market that means houses to sell are in short supply making a listing a valuable thing and the listing broker or agent may, but not always, get a larger split of the commission. The portion of the commission that goes to the respective sides is split again. Take the case of a Century 21 office. A portion goes to cover the franchise fee i.e.; goes to C-21 corporate, a portion goes to the broker who manges/owns the office [company in your question] the selling agent is associated with, some may go to cover special advertising or printed materials and the rest goes to the broker or sales agent who found the buyer or took the listing. That is an over view of the process.
Q:Becoming a Real Estate Agent.?
There are no specific college courses that would necessarily spot you as more appealing. You would be coming on board as an independent, straight commission agent. As is typical in most straight commission, sales positions, attitude and compliance to company policy bears a stronger role than one's academic record. Naturally, your license is the number one requirement. That said, your best source for direction in obtaining the required courses is the real estate commission. Every state has their own official real estate commission website. Within that website there is section on education. To find your state's official website, go to one of your search engines and input for example: real estate commission for Texas (or whatever state you plan to become a real estate agent). That should take you to the 'official' RE commission website that will also spell out the licensing requirements needed for your state. If you had stated in what country or state you are in, I could have provided the Internet source for your state's RE commission. 'Hope the instructions given helps you. One word of caution: There are many websites that will offer online courses for real estate. If you pursue this direction, call your state's commission board first to verify their courses are approved by your board before signing up.
Q:Being a Real Estate Agent in Sydney....?
LonelyPu, of course you can, you can do all that and more, but guess what? Real estate agents is not on the required Australian Skills list, as a valued requirement. You have asked a number of questions, I have told you, and a number of my Australian friends on here have given you some very firm advice. As I am sure you have read on here, from me and others, Australia, are very firm with their criteria.
Q:What are the Pro's & Con's of being a Real Estate Agent?
no salary formal archaic training requirements and--- if Pearson is the state's testing contractor,---- do not get your license in that state. Pearson is a con job and I have written proof of that! if not Pearson, you have unlimited opportunities............ and you can deal with residential, commercial land, ag, camp sites, and more!!!
Q:Anyone currently working in Real Estate?
The good thing about investing in real estate is that you do NOT need a license in order to do it. You can get started TODAY! Believe it or not investing in real estate is not this huge complicated thing. Most work is either done by a closing attorney or a title company. The part that you need to focus on is talking with property owners and coming to a meeting of the minds and agreeing on a price. Once you have done that you can flip the property to a buyer's list or purchase the property the conventional way with a loan or cash (not recommended for real estate investors)
Q:Starting a career in real estate...?
I have been in real estate home sales for almost 30 years. I started in a boom time and learned nothing in the beginning- no one had time to teach me. When things slowed down I actually learned much more about the business. No matter what the market is there are people that need to sell because of a divorce, death, job loss, or job transfer. There are investors and people that have great income that want or need to buy. Your job is to find these people and put them together. I don't know what you will make because real estate is very local and very much self driven, but I love this job. (I am an old geezer and only sleep with my wife. So much for the first guy's theory)
Q:Investing in Real Estate Abroad?
Usually, you'll need to have access to considerable capital to invest in commercial (anything that makes you money) property abroad. I'm talking several million dollars or more. You'll have to engage a real estate lawyer, a realtor, and a broker in these foreign lands. They aren't going to mess with any one with small potatoes, so you're going to have to bring all your chips to the table. Too risky for them to do otherwise. You also usually have to have a partner who is a national of that country, as foreigners typically cannot own property in most places outright (100% on their own). The question is, will you trust that person with your investment? There are many horror stories of how people lost their life savings doing this type of thing. Usually an individual will not be able to tolerate this level of risk. Stick with the typical domestic investments and keep more of your money - stocks, bonds, funds, etc.
Q:NJ Real Estate?
I have no idea of the NJ market but since you'll be speculating my suggestion in the current market is to look for for sale by owner. Save your credit for future big big big transactions.
Q:How to learn about real estate investing?
There are many ways to make money in real estate. Being a day to day landlord is one of the most frustrating and time consuming. It is not for everybody. Hiring a property manager creates additional problems. Start small, with a single family dwelling or a duplex. You may like it. You may not. (I didn't)
Q:go back to college or start real estate?
In my opinion I say get your real estates license then go back to college. You can always do real estate part time and its a good thing to have to fall back on, but so is college. I've been in your shoes. I have been through nursing aid training and security training to get a good job. I currently do security. I am 21 university student. I went to community college graduated and now I have 1 more year left at the university. It gets tiring and fraustrating and expensive trust me I know. But what motivates me is my girl friend I'd like to have a family someday and I need a good job to take care of a family and the best way I believe to get a good job is through college. Don't give and envision the end and you'll be fine

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