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Product name: Aluminum foil bubble heat insulation roll,hot selling insulation



This product is a new environmentally-friendly insulation product.It has better thermal insulation performance than other traditional insulation products like fiberglass or cellulose insulation by reflecting the radiant heat away. It doesn't cause any harm to humans and the environment.

Usage:
1. Roof, wall, floor;
2. Shells of air conditioner and water heater;
3. Protective coatings of water pipe and ventilating pipe

Other material structure as follows,

AL/Bubble

AL/bubble bubble/AL

AL/woven cloth/bubble/AL

AL/EPE/AL or VMPET/AL/VMPET

AL/XPE/AL or VMPET/XPE/VMPET

AL/woven cloth/AL or AL/woven cloth

AL/Non-woven cloth/AL or AL/non-woven cloth/AL











Q:Well the time is finally here. Just completed all the tests at my real estate school here in Arizona and i was able to get in immediately to take the state test! I was just wondering if anyone had taken it and if you had any tips!?!?! Back to studying....
I don't know what school you went to but at Westford they sold a Real Estate exam prep manual with practice questions that was very helpful. Also I was worried about the math but there were only about 8 math questions and they were easier than expected. Passing the test is the easy part,you won't use 90% of what you learned in school, staying busy and making a living in real estate is the real test. Good luck!
Q:It seems that most mentors want a lot of money upfront without any guarantee. How do you find a real estate investor mentor that will work with you for a percentage of the profit on the deals you find.
You should get a license rather than being a bird-dog. Your self-worth will go up and you will find a mentor who wants you in reciprocity.
Q:I've heard a couple of prestigious real estate agents in my state ask people via online for unpaid interns. What are the chances they'll hire me if I have alot of experience and a wealthy family?Do prestigious real estate agents like having unpaid interns (teens with RE licenses)?
Teens can't have real estate licenses because you have to be of legal age to be an agent. Also, it really depends on the agent and whether or not the intern or assistant has a license. If you don't have a license, you're essentially only good for receptionist/admin work. You can't show properties (you can open doors but you can't answer ANY questions), you can't answer inquiries, you can't do a lot of stuff. Also, some agents (prestigious or otherwise) are cheapos! They love free labor and will try to bend the rules to get the intern to do anything. That's fine because the intern won't be the one held liable, but trust me, they will milk you to the last drop. Even with paid licensed assistants, they're all mostly overworked and underpaid. I've seen agents guaranteed $50K/yr for 9am-5pm work and some weekends only to walk away very bitter and nowhere near that amount. Also, a lot of agents don't want to mentor because they might consider you as eventual competition in the business. I am in an office of over 500 agents and I know that 80% of the experienced agents who have been in the business for decades REFUSE to mentor or even help you in any way. They will use you for open houses but they sure as hell won't teach you anything and they often try to back out of an agreement if it means they make more money. So if you are going to be an unlicensed, unpaid assistant or whatever, I suggest you not be so naive or think that it'll be a great learning experience.
Q:Does anyone know of any schools in Indianapoilis, IN to help you get licensed as a real estate agent?
Indiana Real Estate Institute in Indianapolis, IN has been offering pre-licensing real estate courses and continuing education since 1992. As Central Indiana’s premier school for real estate instruction, we specialize in brokerage, appraisals, mortgages, property management, construction, investing and consulting. Our professional team will prepare you for Indiana's state exam and your new, exciting career! Dan Miller of Indiana Real Estate Institute has over 30 years of experience with encompassing real estate and brokerage. With over 21 years as an instructor and presenter of Continuing Education topics, Dan Miller has the first hand instruction that will help you become a knowledgeable real estate professional. At Indiana Real Estate Institute, we pride ourselves on providing the best foundation possible for both new students wishing to obtain a real estate license and existing licensees continuing their education. Opening the door to a new career starts here at Indiana Real Estate Institute!......Real Estate Agent Bendigo
Q:I own a house that I'm sure would be worth at least 100k if not more if it is fixed up, would it be worth it to take the time off to renovate the home over the winter? But is it worth it the way the real estate market is currently seeming to go?If there are any realtors that could offer some insight, I can supply pictures and more detailed information.
My crystal ball says, next May homes will be selling and buyers will be buying. What it doesn't say is how much the homes will go up or down by then and how fast the will sell. There is always a market, no one knows exactly what it will be like.
Q:Is it long hours and does it require a lot of work? I am thinking about changing my major to real estate but is it hard to get jobs in and do you have to be really smart like way above average?
Are you worried about commissions? The seller pays all of them. What you need is a decent Real Estate Lawyer to close the deal.
Q:would I earn more money as a real estate (residential) sales agent or as a commercial broker?
Commercial brokers I think earn more, at least they did in the past. But neither job is doing that well in this economy. I kind of think that currently you would do better in the residential sector of the real estate field. I see a LOT of commercial buildings sitting vacant. I live in Seattle and some developer put up a 'glass tower' like two years ago. It's sitting there absolutely vacant (about 40 stories tall). On the same note, developers threw up very many condos around here in downtown Seattle. I can look out my window and see them. Guess what? They are like 95% unoccupied. So-called 'zombie condos'. People are having trouble affording real estate in this recession. (I have a nice apartment across the street from these massive condo buildings. I never see any lights or TVs at night in them when I look out my window - that's why I know that those buildings are for the most part unoccupied). So, five years ago, real estate was kind of a booming business here in the USA, but the bubble burst. It's going to be awhile before it really comes back - I'd estimate ten years, if ever.
Q:Does someone take a loan out and buy a home to rent out and have the renters pay he mortage and more in rent? Or does it work differently? What about buying an apartment building that costs over a million dollars? How does someone successfully invest in real estate?
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Q:I was considering taking fire science level 1&2 , and also paramedics to start training to be a fire fighter. On thee other hand I've always loved the thought of real estate, selling and flipping houses. I have good background in construction I can do practically anything to a house, and estimate cost of labor. I just need to know which would be a better financial decision. I live in Dayton Ohio and I'm also curious on the salaries. I know firefighters job and salaries have been at stake for a while.
you are confusing issues; one is a life style, serving the community. one is entrepreneurial I would, without hesitation, take real estate and I can show you how to start NOW if you have a contractor's license. If you don't, then I advise on getting one ASAP. I can JV with you --check out my bio
Q:Has anyone ever obtained a broker license in california without having your sale's license or 4 year degree. I hear that there are other alternatives such as being in the real estate field for a few years to show the department of real estate that you do have some form of experience. . I've been in the mortgages and real estate banking for 6 years and I've completed 6 out of the 8 courses needed apply for a broker license.
You can get the answer to your question by reading the information provided on your states website. Here is a link to the real estate laws provided by the Department of Real Estate for California.

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