Detailed Product Description of Interior Decorative PVC Wall Panel
1.Long service life
3.Easy to install&clean
4.Eco-friendly and certified by SGS
The feature of Interior Decorative PVC Wall Panel
2) Without gap when concatenated
3) High intensity, corrode-resisting, aging-resisting
4) Due to PVC's high chemical stability,our panels can be used more than 10 years
5) Prevent fire,water,antibiotic.
6) Harmless to human being and eco-friendly
7) Accessories(corners) accompany perfectly
Different types of Interior Decorative PVC Wall Panel
1, Glossy PVC Panel (most common type)
2, Sub-glossy PVC Panel (Natural surface handing)
3, High-glossy PVC Panel (high-light surface handling)
4, Transfer Printing PVC Panel
Specifications of PVC ceiling(We do also accept opening new modes)
500px, 625px, 750px,
5.5mm, 6mm, 7mm,8mm and so on
1.70kg-3.0kg per sqm PVC Panel
5m,5.8m,5.85m,5.90m,5.95m, or by customer's requirement
35%-65% as usual,or by customer's requirement
flat/groove in the middle/groove in the ¼/grooves in... etc.
30%T/T in advance, 70% before the shipment; irrevocable L/C at sight
10 pcs/shrink wrapping or carton, per board be protected by film
Africa, Mid East, South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia,Eastern Asia
Quality Test of PVC ceiling(We do also accept opening new modes)
Heating Rate %
No bubble, craze or spot
Resistance of acetone
Dart drop impact
0.25kg/0.5m,10 times, Pass when keep unbroken above 6 times
Size Variation in High/Low Temperature
no visible cracks
- Q:Please do a simple slice and dice of how the commission are split between the listing agent and the real estate agent who brings in the buyer. Examples would be great.Also, additionally, what if the buyer has has decided to go with Buyer Agent. How does that affect? Are these fees ever paid for by the buyer?I am a potential buyer in Ca.
- In general, the commission is 6%, split evenly between the selling party agent (i.e. listing agent), and buying party agent (i.e. your real estate agent). Both must be licensed.
- Q:Hi, im 16 and still in highschool. When I get older I want to be a Real Estate Agent and like flip houses? What college classes should I do so a real estate agency would hire me? Archetecture? Or what?
- Most colleges, even at the junior college level, have real estate programs that are specifically for getting a real estate license. Check out the local junior college.
- Q:The market seems to be cooling down. I read an article in the economist about a year ago that predicted something like this would happen. Do you think that Real Estate is just cooling down or could it be much worse? Give your opinion and some insights.
- Depends on your point of view or how much real estate values affect you. The sad fact is , in many states people would not be able to swing the mortgage on the house they currently own if they were to buy it again. How can they expect the young , with the outsourcing of jobs and the mediocre economy to support this housing inflation. Most of this hyper- pricing was brought on by speculation just as with stocks in the late nineties and upper end real estate on the west coast in the early nineties. Money chasing dwindling avenues of investment after the 7 trillion dollar equity collapse.Sure hope you didn't take out a home equity loan.
- Q:I would like to know how the whole process of buying real estate works. What I mean by this is house does buying a home to live in work. Also, I would like to know how buying land works, and where would be a good place to look to find inexpensive land. I have had a general plan for some time, now. What I am looking to do is buy some land and build my own house, myself. The only problem is that I do not know how the whole buying process works. I am sure there are taxes, and the buying process might be different in every state. If it helps answer my question to a finer degree; I live in Florida. Thank you.
- 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:what are some good reasons for becoming an attorney?what are some good reasons for becoming a real estate attorney?
- WHY do you specifically want to become a real estate attorney? Usually, you can't become JUST a real estate attorney - you usually have to do another field of law also. Right now, there are NO good reasons for becoming an attorney. Jobs in the field of Law are drying up FAST!! This is not a good field to invest time and/or money in!! Many reasons. THE main reason?.........We simply have WAY TOO MANY Attorneys! - we have a GLUT of Lawyers! So.........even IF you would finish law school, you probably won't be able to find a job when you are done. The law schools know this >they know the market/economy is SATURATED - but still they recruit and continue to churn out graduates. If you want a JOB when you are done with your studies, consider and look into the field of HEALTHCARE! <THIS is where the jobs are! and scholarships! Good luck.
- Q:im interested in becoming a real estate agent but im not sure how to get start. i know i need 60 hours of approved real estate education but im not sure where to get it..any ideas?
- Liz, It is an always interesting business, even after 40 years. Start with your state department of real estate web site. That will detail what you need to do and provide you with the appropriate forms. The site usually lists approved education vendors as well, to help you decide where to do your 60 hours. Another option may be your local junior college or adult education program system. You may also wish to contact a few local real estate offices for more information. Some of these offer training, or can refer you to recommended education vendors. You will also learn a lot about what is required of an agent and may begin to form an idea of which company you will want to work with once you have your license. If you have time available, you may be able to apprentice with a successful agent to get a closer look at what the career involves before you make the time and money investment for the license. If you don't yet have relevant work experience in the field, this is an excellent way to get it - even if you work for free in the beginning. Making yourself invaluable to an employer is an excellent way to get to where you want to be. Warmest regards,
- Q:Okay me and my husband are stationed at fort hood tx. I am currently in school to be a nurse. I have recently decided real estate i what i would Truly like to do. I have found two schools i can attend in the area to take the classes i need get certified. I have heard you should get certified with a company and not go to school. I am not looking to get rich i am just looking to get educated the best way i can so i can be confident in what i do. Please any information you have will be helpful. Thank you in advance for your time.
- No real estate school is going to make you confident in doing this job. Any real estate school preps you to pass the state licensing exam, it does not prepare you to do real estate in the real world. Real estate is unique as it is a job you actually pay to do, usually for quite a while. There is a new agent in my office that has routinely complained that it took him about $3,000 to get started and is frustrated that business is just not falling in his lap. Most agents leave the business within 6 months without a sale. The vast majority leave within 2 years. It is tough and you have to bring it to be succesful.
- Q:Ok so right now I'm 16 and i have an interest in real estate and also in a side job. I'm going to be attending college in a couple years to get some minor degrees such as building, business, mechanical, and drafting. And i was wondering if being a real estate agent would be appropriate for me right now. I know now's not the best time to sell. But if i sell one (1) small property, that would pay as much as i get in a year at my little call in part time job. I also am friends with many of the Realtors around the local area, so i know that would help. So my question is, would this be a suitable job for someone like me? Is there an age requirement? Does it take more the two semesters to get your license? And is this a full-time, hands-on, type job?Thanks!
- RE agency is NOT the ideal occupation if you just want to earn some extra money. IT requires an interest in and understanding of the idea of fiduciary. In this arena, you represent others and if you do not do so correctly, you ARE fired, fined and sometimes, jailed. IT is a mini form of being an attorney. Stick with being a real estate investor. or. starting today, study real estate law and see what you think of it.
- Q:Okay, we are new to this and in the middle of buying our first house.We just came from the seller's real estate office, we are finalizing things right now. But, anyways the agent is saying the seller is only going to pay him half of the commission,..which is 1500, and we are required to pay the other 750. This doesnt sound right to me. Why would we pay the real estate agent, we didnt chose him anyways. Isnt it the sellers responsibility to pay the agent? And if he doesnt, would that then make it our problem?
- The rules are different in every state. If you didn't agree ahead of time or sign any documents prior to looking for a house that you were going to pay ANY part of the agent's commission, then you need to go to the real estate agent's broker and talk to them about it. Also, another good move would be to contact your state's real estate commission. They can advise you on the rules in your state. I'm a real estate agent, and in my state, the norm is that the SELLER pays the agent the entire commission, NOT the buyer. Good luck to you! I hate seeing people get taken for a ride! I don't think it's right for you to have to pay any of that commission if you weren't told ahead of time!
- 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.
We have a specialized new product development team, developing new products and new designs to meet customers' special requirements.Our PVC ceilings, PVC wall panels and wood plastic panels are exported to clients in the Middle East, Russia, Africa, South America and other countries and regions.We welcome customers from all over the world to visit our factory.
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3. Manufacturer Capability
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|No.of Employees in Trade Department
||5,000-10,000 square meters
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