HEAVY STEEL STRUCTURE BUILDING AND PROJECT --YD 016

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 1.     DESIGN DRAWINGS

 

The design drawing is the first step we should consider. If you have your own design, we will    recheck it and start production based on it.

 

If you don’t have design plan, we can achieve it   for you. CNBM is one group, we can provide you not only production and material, but design and drawings. The designing charges will be confirmed according to your project details.

 

2.     What we need to do the design?

   (1).     Project Information, usage, construction area, height, how many storeys

   (2).      Weather report and geological for the location district

3.     Production process:

(1).     Confirm design plan.

(2).      Building the mould to confirm the design is correct.

(3).     Mass production, packing and transportation.

(4).     Installation

(5).      After sale service.

 

4. Packing choice:

 

(1). We can choose the steel structure to pack the products, its cost is a little higher, but the result is perfect, easy to transfer and load. This packing is designed for accurate production

 

 (2).Bulk packing. This packing is designed for  heavy steel structure, such as beam, pillar, its advantage is cost less and easy to operate.

 

5. Shipment choice

 

(1).     Container transportation. We can load the steel structure in the container directly. This choice is available for small project, the total weight of steel  is less than 3000 tons.

 

(2). Bulk cargo ship. If the total weight of steel structure is more than 3000 tons, we can choose  bulk cargo shipment. This choice is cost less and save time.

 

6.     Installation choice:

 (1).     We send our engineer to guide the  overseas installation . This is available for the small project. We will send 3 to 4 engineer to guide the local workers to achieve the installation. Its advantage is saving installation charges for customer.

(2).     We send our engineers and construction workers together to operate installation. This is better choice for big project. Cost is a little higher, especially for the air tickets, accommodation. However, it will save the time for customers.

 

 

 

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Q:Any real estate agents/brokers out there?
I've been a Realtor for a year and a half now. I came in around June 2007 right as the market plunged. My broker-in-charge has been in the business for almost 25 years. 12 years in Pittsburgh, another 12 years in Fort Lauderdale (right as the Florida market boomed!) I've asked her the same question many times. She's saying give it about 2-3 years. But, my area, Myrtle Beach, SC is a up-and-coming resort area and it's these areas because of their proximity to the beach that are last to see the price drop and the first to see the prices rise. Also, the SC real estate laws regarding listing properties and other agents not being able to advertise them is also holding SC back from being heavily developed. These factors combined with the banks, etc. that are affecting real estate here. Where do you want to get your license? LOCATION is everything! Your state's real estate laws and the ability of marketing may also affect your area's real estate market. My BIC doesn't have a crystal ball but she has the market experience and has been through the ups and the downs. But, if you reall want to be a Broker, then be one. Learn now and by the time the market picks up, you'll already know what you're doing.
Q:what is the best way to become successful at listing real estate?
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Q:A Question About High-end Real Estate?
You know what ... anythings possible BUT what you have to understand people in the high end real estate( and people with high end real estate) have contacts and networks build BUT that doesn't necessarily matter. You can break into these areas! Most people in the high end real estate sector have many clients or realtors. Want to be successful, heres a good start (1) ALWAYS dress to impress (dress to the same level as your customers, that's important (2) have HIGH integrity (meaning honestly and ethics (3) be a shark in the office over property but a DIPLOMAT with close clientele and customers (4) BE HUMBLE AND CONSERVATIVE!!! many wealthy people find this comforting and that's exactly how you build relationships! (5) don't compete in the bull sh%^t game were you're DISCOUNTING other people or company's it's really BAD TASTE! That's a great start... other than that WORK HARD ... BE DETERMINED ... GIVE IT TIME ... SUCCESS WILL COME ... FOR-SURE!! GOOD LUCK MAN! nothing comes easy!
Q:How hard is it to start a real estate rental 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.
Q:Is it true that 90 percent of millionaires got that way by owning real estate?
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:Can you be successful in real estate?
As for the first question: Do your homework first. Renters in a trailer park could be long term and a good source of income. Or, they could be squatters and a huge drain on YOUR income. Talk to the residents, the manager and others first. You might be better off with a small apartment complex or duplex or houses where there are likely to be roommates like near colleges first. As to the second question, I am not sure I understand but if you mean be successful in real estate instead of the stock market, there are no guarantees but you need to buy low and then have a stable recurring income source to beat inflation. If you wanted to invest in real estate IN the stock market, there are REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) and other ways to have money invested for you. As a third option, there are plenty of ways to invest in real estate without having to be a property owner or a landlord.
Q:Do Real Estate agents like having unpaid interns?
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:Real estate career requirements?
Real estate career is not a very descriptive label. Maintenance work is a real estate career too. Please be more specific. Do you want to be a real estate broker? A property manager? A real estate portfolio manager?
Q:Real-Estate Fraud Attempt?
I would not chalk this up to fraud. Possibly just an agent trying to list your home. You should have been able to find some type information on him if he was an agent. (In Pennsylvania you can look up the person's name online to see if they hold a valid real estate liscense ... check to see if your state has the same thing. You can also go to realtor.org and type in their name to see if it comes up .... but keep in mind not all real estate agents are Realtors so they may not be on this list.) You do need to be careful because he may have been a friend trying to find out how low you would go on their price. You did good by saying the price will depend on who is paying the commission. If things do not work out with these people, the next time someone comes through and says they are working with an agent, ask them for the name of the agent and what company they work for so you can check him/her out ahead of time (and so you know who will be calling you). Something to note: There are times when someone selling for sale by owner will pay an agent a comission to bring them a qualified buyer. But, they are still working for the buyer. Also, in some cases, you will still need to handle everything on your side of the transaction. Make sure you know how the paperwork is going to be handled and make sure you have someone to represent you, whether it be an attorney or a friend in the business. Good Luck!
Q:What do you need to become a real estate agent?
google your state's Real Estate board of licensing. it is not an employee business , u have to hustle to earn an income. the top 20% make 70% of the sales. the bottom 80% make 30% of sales. many do not get through their first five year. most need a second income their first 3 years. do your research.

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