Decorative PVC Ceiling , PVC PANELS
- Loading Port:
- China Main Port
- Payment Terms:
- TT or LC
- Min Order Qty:
- 3000 Square Meters m²
- Supply Capability:
- 300,000 Square Meters per Month m²/month
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Detailed Product Description of Decorative PVC Ceiling , PVC PANELS
printing,high glossy,transfer printing
wooden ,marble, various designs
samples are availabe
Specifications of Decorative PVC Ceiling , PVC PANELS
Usual Specification of Decorative PVC Ceiling , PVC PANELS
1) Length:6m,5.95m,4m,3m or customized
The features of Decorative PVC Ceiling , PVC PANELS
1)High shinky surface ,smooth, without gap when concatenated
2)The variety of colors and patterns
3)High intesity,resist corrode ,long life time,simple to maintain
4)Healthy and enviroment,
Application of Decorative PVC Ceiling , PVC PANELS
1)Household Ornament : Wall and ceiling of indent independent housebathroom
2)Public and Management Place :Toilet of building and hall
3)Common Office :Ceiling of business Place
- Q:I recently read about Raffaelo Follieri and i could not understand how a real estate scam works. I then googled "real estate scam" and found nothing explaining it. The only part that was clear is paying people with bad cheques. But it seems to go on for years. Wouldnt it look suspicious if multiple people were sue ing a person for unpaid service? But i am sure bouncing cheques is only a small part of it.
- Watch 48 hours Mystery. Really. They expose them as much as they find them When Freddy and Fanie were going nut's, though... Well, they had their hands fullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll...
- Q:i have been doing some research online and in the state of california they offer both real estate broker and real estate salespersons license. what are the main differences between the two? tia
- a real estate broker can independently function and perform all the tasks involved in real estate business,yet a sales person can only function under the supervision of a real estate broker, a salesperson can only be compensated by an employing broker and can not receive no form of monetary reward except through his broker,where as brokers can be compensated by anyone and for any service. in summary, a broker can work without agents,but no agent can work without a broker.
- Q:I am fairly new to the Mortgage industry and was looking for tips and tricks on how to prospect to real estate professional. Is there a good process? Any contact strategies that will work well?Thanks!
- I love to network so I go to all chamber of commerce business mixers. My name gets out and the business people you meet will usually offer leads to you even though you just met them. Also I would pick a neighborhood or development that I want to prospect, set the street boundaries of where I want to concentrate the most and then call Title and tell them you want a list of names and addresses for prospecting. They will not only do this for you,but they can make labels and some will do postcards for you as well. Also everywhere you shop give them a business card and ask them if they know of anyone who could use your services.
- Q:I have been considering the military for some time now, and I have focused on going into the Navy. Now my dad seeing as though going into the military is a waste of time and I won't be making that much when I start out. The last part is true since I looked at the pay grades, they're like from $1426 to $2637.Now my dad has been trying to get me out of going into the military and says Real Estate makes more that what military offers by a substantial rate. I don't believe that, but I would like to get an answer from both sides to see which is right. I want to go into the military, but I also like making more money (hell everyone does). So please help me and thanks for taking the time to actually read this!
- No on gets rich in the military, but when trying to compare salaries, you have to take into account all the free stuff you get from the military: free housing and food (or money to pay for those if you're married or have dependents), free health insurance for you AND your dependents, free dental for you and discounted dental for your dependents, guaranteed life insurance (though not the cheapest out there), free education while you're in through tuition assistance and the GI Bill for when you're out, plus tuition breaks for your dependents. My base pay is about 34k, but when you add in all the freebies, it's more like making about 50k.
- Q:I bought exam prep from a local real estate school in LA, and it has like 1k questions...well it's bit hard to study all that 1k questions since i only have like 2 weeks until the exam date. if anyone have any experices with that site, please leave any inputs..I took the test before and failed once..my 1k questions were similar but it's too many.. :(thanks,
- Try okorder . It is well worth it and is easy to use. I tried it for $29 for six months enrollment and passed the first time. I would recommend it. They also have flash cards that helped me alot.
- Q:I'm looking into being a real estate agent in TX, after my enlistment is up in a few years. What was your education for the job like? How is the pay off compared to the work demand? Benefits? How far should i take my education for the job? How stable is it, if buisness is bad can you still stay afloat? Is it a comfortable living for a family of three with spouse making around 35 annually.
- To be quite honest, if you looking for a stable income, real estate might not be a good fit. Commission income is not very predictable. I don't know what the fees are in TX as I am licensed in RI, but here are the fees that I pay; $30 per month for MLS, (I paid about $500 total to get my license), $450 per year for board dues, and there are a lot of advertising expenses (overhead) etc. The benefits are that a career in real estate can be one of the most exciting and rewarding fields out there. You have a LOT of freedom and can make your own hours. Every aspect of real estate is fun an exciting to me. Sometimes I feel like I am living the dream. I don't need a steady income though. My commissions come in when a property sells or when I help a buyer find a home. The best way to be in real estate and love real estate is to not think about the commission or the money. If you are focused on the dollar sign and making a certain amount of $$ all time, you are destined to fail. You have to focus on the client at all times, building a successful business (because you will work yourself essentially) and everything else will come- money, reputation, referrals, stability (will come with time and experience)... Its definitely a career that requires patience. Hope this helps.
- Q:i want john alexander real estate richest in 14 days i am scared that it is phony can anyone tell me if that is a good program and if not what is a good real estate program? i am in a wheelchair broke as a joke with horrible credit and a girlfriend with a baby can someone please help me i just want to supplement my income it is hard *** hell living off of ssi by the way the baby is not mine but she is a beautiful girl and i want to be a man and help out no bs so please help i don't know where to start and I ONLY have a high school diploma i been a wheelchair for a 11 years now i got shot i don't want no hand out i just want to be able to hold it down on my own thanks
- Avoid the expense of the course. Like many of the other Get Rich Quick real estate courses, this one only makes John Alexander get rich quickly. Those who buy the course are the suppliers of his riches. If John Alexander could make this much money using his system, he'd be using his system instead of selling it.
- Q:I live in Northern Virginia and thinking about investing in real estate. I would like to get information and tips about where to invest. Should I stick to Virginia, Maryland, and DC or may be somewhere else. My main strategy is buying properties and renting them out, so I intend to keep purchased properties for a long time if rental is good. I also would like to know if this is the right time for real estate? If yes, then, what kind of properties, condos, single family, commercial..etc.? Any other tips or insights will be really appreciated.
- Here is how it is done. You should deal in cash. Your attitude should be If I can't steal it, I don't want it My Rules 1. Buy single family homes that your can sell quickly if needed. I you buy investment property, only investor will buy and drive down the price. 2. When you buy it should be worth more then when you bought it. Steal it. 3. CAP RATE. cap rate is determined by how much you bring in for rent - expenses divided by value of home. Looks like this. 800 a month rent = 9600 a year taxes and repairs = 800 bought the home for 65,000 incl repairs to get it rent able. 9600-800= 8800/65000 = 13.5% That is a OK cap rate. I like it in the 15% range. 4. If you buy in the middle of mo-town you will never get your rent. Plus your home will not increase in price. 5. You can wait on someone needing to get out of town and sell quickly. Have cash ready. They will thank you for the quick sale. You should get a bargain. 6. Have the skill to look at a home and see through the bad carpet and paint. It will save you tons. 7. Do not fix up the home to perfect conditions where you would like to stay. It is a rental. Find a real estate agent who does rentals and understands your needs. Make them find you something great, not good or adequate. Remember your cap rate Get your real estate license if needed.
- Q:I'm looking to start investing abroad in Real Estate. I would like to buy properties in other countries say for example Japan where the Dollar is worth a lot and either rent these properties out and collect a steady profit, or selling them. My question is how do I go about doing this, does anyone have any advice, book suggestions, anything really? I'd very much appreciate it thank you.
- 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:Okay so im 18 years old, and im at the point in my life where, i have no idea what I wanna do! i plan to go to school for business next fall, and ideally become a successful real estate agent.A Real Estate Agent is very appealing to me because, i like the fact that there is no limit to how much money you can make, you set your own hours, you get to wear a suit to work everyday, drive a nice car, you get the idea! My father was a car salesman, and my whole life ive been good with my words and able to sell and persuade people into things he he. Its just that i am a lazy weed-smoker who needs to change my ways ( but i plan to do so) and i don't like to work evenings and weekends. And i sat down with a Real Estate agent in my community and he said if you want to be a real estate agent, then say goodbye to your evenings and weekends! that's a turn off for me, i want to enjoy my nights and weekends with my wife and family! Any Thoughts?
- Josh, okorder and check out their web site. You then interview with them and hopefully one of them accepts you into their company on an internship like basis (remember this is 100% commission based - no salary) and you learn the business. Good luck!
1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value||Above US$100 Million|
|Main Markets||North America; South America; Eastern Europe; Southeast Asia; Africa; Oceania; Mid East; Eastern Asia; Western Europe; Central America; Northern Europe; Southern Europe; South Asia; Domestic Market|
|Company Certifications||HACCP;ISO 9001:2000|
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3. Manufacturer Capability
|Export Percentage||81% - 90%|
|No.of Employees in Trade Department||11-20 People|
|Language Spoken:||English, Chinese|
|Factory Size:||5,000-10,000 square meters|
|No. of Production Lines||10|
|Contract Manufacturing||OEM Service Offered Design Service Offered Buyer Label Offered|
|Product Price Range||Low and/or Average|
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