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The main material of light steel villa is light steel keel synthesized by hot dip galvanized steel with cold rolling technology. Through precise calculation, it proves to have rational carrying capacity with support from auxiliary, to replace the traditional houses.
Light steel villa with light thin wall steel galvanized material as a structural framework, combined with various kinds of veneer decorative plate outside.The overall weight is lighter, for earthquake has the obvious effect.Because the material weight is small, the material consumption is relatively reduced, thus reducing the construction cost.Because most of the basic material made of steel materials can be recycled, is a very good energy saving and environmentally friendly homes.
● High degree of mechanization and commercialization
● Short construction period.
● The recyclable material is conducive to sustainable development.
● Due to the light weight, it has good seismic performance, which is preferred by seismic structure area countries.
● The comprehensive economic index is not higher than the reinforced concrete structure.
● Compared to brick concrete residential, it can effectively avoid the waste of resources by baking bricks.
● Due to the small thickness of wall, it can increase the efficiency of space use.
- Q:aside from having money put away in a 401k, is it reasonable to assume in todays economy, that investing in real estate is a good option?
- Caveat emptor - be careful. Real estate investing can be profitable but also has some real drawacks that its avid fans do not mention: 1. Holding costs - in many places after you add up taxes and insurance it can cost 3-5%/yr to simply OWN a piece of property. 2. Liability risk: no matter what your lease says, any person who in injured on your property can sue you for injury and damages. For any reason. You need a LOT of insurance to protect yourself - at least $2 million. 3. Rentor risk - the damage one bad rentor can cause can cost $thousands to repair, more than a year's rent. Sure, keep the deposit - it's hardly enough. Also - if a rentor leaves you have to rclean out and re-rent the place - this can take months during which your holding costs continue and you have no income to cover them. 4. Liquidity and resale risk. If the rental real estate world does not work out, or you have a need for cash, you can't kick out the renter and sell out quickly. In some places this can take months to evict and sell. Even if ther is no renter it can take months to sell - and at what price? Despite anecdotes of hot real estate markets in some places for a short period, the long term rate of increase in a single-family home is about 2-3% more than inflation. This has been true for 70 years and for the last 20 years. 5. Also - do you want to spend your time worrying about renters, getting broken A/Cs garage doors and roofs fixed, repainting? 6. Finally, when you do sell the capital gains tax on real estate gains (and you will have them because you have probably been claiming depreciation over the years to keep current-year taxes down) is 25%. I'd rather see you in the market where you can manage your risk.
- Q:I would like some real facts and figures on this. Was there any real research on this or is it just a lot of hype to sell real estate courses?Did a govenment agency or somebody else came up with the figure of 90%?
- The answer to this is that it is true, depending on how you look at things. Of course real estate courses are usually promoting the idea of owning property (house/duplexes/apartment buildings, etc) and renting them out for income and holding for appreciation or fix and flips. There are also ways to use real estate other than renting it to make money. For example: what business is McDonald's in? Your answer might be 'selling hamburgers'. But according to Ray Kroc (the founder of McDonald's) his business was real estate. McDonald's owns some of the most expensive pieces of property in the country. According to him he could just have easily used the real estate to build car washes and made money that way. Basically, there are four ways to get rich. Inherit it, marry it, win it or earn it. Under earning it, there are making money in stocks or the stock market, starting a business and real estate. There are exceptions such as athletes and movies stars who earn millions. If you move some of the starting a business to the real estate column (like McDonald's) you can see how someone might say 90 percent of millionaires got that way by owing real estate. I have never seen any studies or government reports that tried to make this type of classification. Who would make the decision? Some of this '90 percent of millionaires got that way by owning real estate' is hype, but then there is a lot of truth to it also, plus it is something that anyone could do. Starting a business requires and idea, a business plan, capital, marketing, selling, etc. Investing in stocks requires money and knowledge and luck about what and when to buy and sell. Real estate is something where you can start small and in the past could get banks and mortgage companies lend you the money to purchase. And then of course there is the appeal that the real estate courses promote that you need no money or credit to get started. Good Question
- Q:i want to buy a real estate in usa . do anyone who can tell me a procedure of that purchase a second hand house . thanks
- You look at ads listing the homes for sale. Pick out one that sounds interesting to you, contact the realtor that has the listing, and go look at the house. If you like it and can afford it, you make an offer on the house. The realtor presents the offer to the owner. If the owner likes the offer, the owner accepts your offer. You give your money to a neutral third party called an escrow company, they hold your money until you get the deed to the property, then they pay the seller. You are the proud new owner.
- Q:hi am NOT familiar with programming so kindly excuse my poor I.T. language….. Am looking for a real estate database software.A property web-based database, (1)for my self to display the properties owners info and remarks ect...(2)and to be used on the net for clients without displaying properties owners info (3)which can be custom-built for quick or detailed property searches / filters, such as … location ….and/or…. Price… and/or…. Bedrooms……and/or…photos…and so on…(4) and that uses my already existing Microsoft Excel data. My present Microsoft Excel database workbook consists of 7 sheets for a total of 50,000 properties and few hundreds of contact persons clients, contractors, notaries etc …. I also know about the ACT! by Sage Premium for Real Estate 2006 and am willing to purchase it if it can be synchronized with the database am requesting … kindly guide me to make the best buy.Thank you and best regards
- You okorder and search for software that you may be able to download. The problem is if you want something truly web enabled and customized, it could cost a fairly significant amount. Some of this can be recouped if you also agree to pay the person developing the database to host your site - either way you pay. If you can find a product in a box that suits your needs that will be the cheapest way to go. I'm not familiar with ACT! Premium for Real Estate - that may do all these things. ACT! is a very popular customer relationship management software, but I'm not familiar with whether it will suck in your existing database (it SHOULD, but I can't say if it does) and I'm also not sure if it will allow you to access it from the web. Best of luck. Joe...
- 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:Ive been reading a few real estate books here and there on investing, I understand it for the most part. When they touch basis on Depreciation and such, I get confused they say you can depreciate the land, building, and things like the pipes and wiring. Can anyone who invests in real estate, understands depreciation, and who uses it kindly explain it? Please can example(s) be presented?--Thanks
- Hello, It is great that you are talking about investing in Real Estate and how depreciation affects. As has been pointed out by others on this question, you can depreciate improvements, but you cannot depreciate land. Land will appreciate. When you consider an income property, depreciation is the notional expense that will help you setup reserves for replacing the improvements at the end of life of the asset. It certainly is not a cash expense. But IRS allows you to decrease the income by the amount of depreciation. So it is a great tax play. You can hold on to the cash generated from Depreciation and keep investing it until you need to replace your improvement. So you are using the tax money for no interest and no taxes. When you depreciate the property, the cost basis also reduces. If you were to make additions to a property, the cost of the property would increase. In case you depreciate a property, the cost basis would decrease. When you sell the property, your profit will be the difference of the selling price and the cost basis, not the purchase price. The IRS will then tax you for capital gains based on the appreciation as calculated above. If you closer to San Jose, CA, Pl. feel free to contact me. Disclosure: I am a Licensed Realtor working with Century 21 El Camino in Sunnyvale, CA.
- Q:I am thinking of going to real estate school? is the market really bad right now? what other kids of jobs can you work withthe real estate liscense that actually pay decent money? I live in New jersey, incase that makes a difference.
- Real Estate is usually a good career. Hopefully the part of New Jersey you are in, is a mix of urban and suburbs. With sales positions, one needs to advertise, to let the public know that you exist. If you are fresh out of real estate school, volunteer to answer the phone at the front desk as often as you can, people call the office looking for someone to list their homes for them, they don't need to know that you just started. Work with an experienced associate in the office that you get along with and you feel that you can trust, maybe slit the commission with him/her until you can do it on your own. The sky is the limit if you believe in what you are doing and you do it well. Growth will bring financial reward.
- Q:Can anyone suggest a website or inform me of how I can find a list of Real Estate Investing seminars in my area?-Liz
- they are usually listed in the classified section of the newspaper. look under investment properties. there are groups that advertise there.
- Q:What would be the name for a job of a person who buys homes, fixes them up, and sells them for a profit?Also, can you tell me if this job, and being a real estate broker/agent would be a good combination of work considering agents/brokers are really part time jobs?
- they are called flippers
- Q:I want to start a real estate rental company in Chicago. Where we buy houses and commercial properties and rent them out. Is their a huge cost to starting a company?
- Actual property is on no account going to be an on the spot income job. It takes a while to get going at it. You better be both living at residence, married to any one who makes a just right salary, or independently wealthy whilst you . If you're going into residential, my normal estimate, now not realizing where you reside is $3,000 to get off the bottom between checking out costs, becoming a Realtor, MLS entry, and so on. You may also want to keep in mind testing industrial actual property with a commercial organization. They traditionally don't do the entire Realtor thing, and can put you salary for the primary yr at the same time you might be studying, then a 12 months of draw so you might be still getting at the least a paycheck for a even as.
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