Energy Saving Prefabricated House of Heavy Steel Structure

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Energy Saving Prefabricated House of Heavy Steel Structure


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1) Steel Structure Workshop Description:

Light steel structure building is a new type of building structure system, which is formed by the main steel framework linking up H-section, Z-section, and U-section steel components, roof and walls using a variety of panels and other components such as windows and doors. Light steel structure building is widely used in warehouses, workshops, large factories etc.

2) Steel Structure Workshop Characteristics:

1. Wide span: Single span or multiple spans, the max span is 36m without middle column.

2. Low cost: Unit price range from USD35/m2 to USD70/m2 according to customers request.

3. Fast construction and easy installation.

4. Long using life: Up to 50 years.

5. Others: Environmental protection, stable structure, earthquake proofing, water
Proofing, and energy conserving.

3)Steel Structure Workshop Materials:

1. The main frame (columns and beams) is made of welded H-style steel.

2. The columns are connected with the foundation by pre-embedding anchor bolt.

3. The beams and columns, beams and beams are connected with high intensity bolts.

4. The envelope construction net is made of cold form C-style purlins.

5. The wall and roof are made of color steel board or color steel sandwich panels, which are connected with the purlin by Self-tapping nails.

6. Doors and windows can be designed at anywhere which can be made into normal type, sliding type or roll up type with material of PVC, metal, alloy aluminium, sandwich panel etc.

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Q:Do you need title insurance to sell real estate?
You need a real estate license. What is Title Insurance? Title Insurance guarantees your right and “title” to real property. No other property has a useful life that compares with the life of land. Owners of goods may change their location at will, but land is stationary. Because land is permanent, others may have acquired various rights in land by the time you come into possession. In order to transfer a clear title to a piece of land, it is first necessary to determine whether any rights are outstanding. Title insurance protects the owner and the lender from financial loss caused by title problems. The title insurer, without any expense to you, will defend you against any attack on the title to your property as insured. Some examples of title claims are: * Documents signed under duress * Documents signed by a minor * Documents signed with invalid Power of Attorney * Documents signed with invalid Personal Representative * Heirs claiming interest in a property * Documents signed without disclosing spouse * Documents signed without disclosure of a partner * Forged documents * Unpaid property taxes * Mechanic's liens
Q:How does real estate work?
Hi Cam, How do I say this and sound beliveable? I'm NOT a spammer, NOT affiliated with Carleton Sheets, NOR make a penny by saying this but I actually began my career by watching late night infomercials by him and Russ Whitney and bought these programs and the returns over the years are incalculable. I'm sure you can find these free somewhere now on the net, library etc. but suggest you buy since I think in those programs (I have the bank account to show it). Just seems fair for their time. Anywho, the biggest thing to remember is DON'T use banks if possible. I found partners, angels (private investors), creative financing, even trading a truck for a down payment on a rental, etc... and never borrowed a dime from a bank. It's common sense. Building/buying a personal home is TOTALLY different than investment real estate. I'll make it simple. EDUCATE yourself (I started before the net and now there are TONS of resourses available). I believe in basics. Beg, borrow, steal, buy, whatever Carleton Sheets course and just read it first. You WILL know where to go from there because it will open your mind. May sound corny but it sure worked for me. Good Luck
Q:I am interested in a career in real estate. Will the housing market in CA be back in shape by 2012-2013?
your guess is as good as anyone's
Q:Okay, so I'm a little weird but I LOVE spending free time browsing redfin . And I'm not even in the market for a home! Real estate just fascinates me BIG time. I'm a stay at home mom but when my young ones get into school full time, I'd love to find a job in real estate. With that said, I'm not a huge people person so dealing directly with buyers/sellers doesn't interest me. I'd like to do something a little more behind the scenes, on the technical side. Not really sure if there's a profession for that. Obviously i don't want to just do data entry (I have an unrelated Master's degree) so is there something that is very real estate oriented that doesn't involve talking to people on the phone all day and meeting up with people for showings?
So in other words you just want to live out your dream but not do any work related to the real estate industry. Yeah no there aren't any jobs that fit your description. I would have said real estate assistant but that requires answering the phone, dropping off and picking up keys, dealing with the website, contracts (IF licensed), etc. But no one will hire an assistant who won't answer phones and do data entry. You made it clear you don't want to be a real estate agent either. You can't work as a conveyancer because you don't want to do data entry and answer phones. Really, it's a fun idea but since you're unwilling to do anything related to the industry (our business is 80% dealing with people, even as assistants, conveyancers, etc), it kind of means you can't get any jobs in it.
Q:how can i get involved in real estate in chicago?
In many states you need a real estate license [which requires completion of a set of classes] and then have to work with an established realtor. Try doing a search on real estate license, Chicago or something similar. Or, go to the Illinois government website and look for a button marked licensing.
Q:Any one a Licensed Real Estate Agent?
You should have a contract for your compensation signed by the broker and you. If you don't you might loose your cut, alot of brokers do this shady stuff. I would also go into the office and talk to them in person.
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:Mosley real estate schools?
Contact your local real estate association and speak to a representative. They will know how to direct you. Another user told you to teach yourself. However, states require your register with your real estate association. Not only do you need to read a book, you are mandated to take classes or else you will not get a valid real estate license. States vary on instruction hours and offer different means like online and in class.
Q:Independent Real Estate License?
An independent license is basically just a referral license, it does not allow you to sell property at all, just refer clients - the real estate agents who are working for companies then pick up your referral and actually sell the house to the client you have referred. When the deal is closed, you get a percentage of the other realtor's commission ( the one that picked up your referral). So it is a big difference between an independent license and a regular license. As far as having a regular license, you are free to sell any property that is listed in the multiple listing service - what happens is that if it is not a property listed by your broker's office, then you have to split the commission with the other broker's office who has the property listed. So the commission gets diluted down the line. If you would like information on an independent license, try IRC Referrals in Woodstown N.J. - they offer them - and an independent license is good nationwide, because you aren't actually selling properties. So you can live anywhere. The license is also less expensive to renew per year than a traditional real estate license. I held both for many years.
Q:Real estate agent or mortgage loan officer?
I held off on real estate until my children were older because I did not have someone to drop the children off with at a moments notice.,(I was a legal secretary title company closer, which provided me a structured schedule that worked with small kids), and if you are working hard enough to get that phone to ring, there will be those moments notice. Strong buyers know they are few far between and expect to be treated appropriately. Both professions entail a lot of self marketing Know how. As the previous poster mentioned its go/go/go. You must enjoy people resolving issues. YOU are the one that has to decide what you want to do, take it from there. The plus with a small baby, he will sleep a lot so you have time to take online classes learn as much as you can. As to the companies, Interview them, decide where you feel comfortable, don't just run to the first one, but do look around and find your fit. I have met quite a few people who worked for builders and exclaimed how easy it was to get buyers, in most states that is not the case any longer and they are being let go, only a select few remaining. With a real estate company you will get as much experience as you want, I wish you the best and enjoy the baby..

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