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Steel structure workshop warehouse building
1. ISO9001:2008, SGS and BV Certification
2. Structural safety and reliability

steel structure workshop warehouse building


1.      Enviromental friendly

2.      Lower cost and maintenance

3.      Long using time up to 50 years

4.      Stable and earthquake resistance up to 9 grade

5.      Fast construction, time saving and labor saving

6.      Good appearance

Technical Parameters

Item Name

steel structure workshop warehouse building

Main Material

Q235/Q345 Welded H Beam and Hot Rolled Section Steel


Painted or Hot Dip Galvanized

Roof & Wall Panel

EPS Sandwich panel /Single Corrugated Steel Sheet/ Colour sheet with Glass-wool, for customers choose


PVC Steel or Aluminum Alloy


Sliding Door or Rolling Up Door


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We can make quotation according to customer's drawing or requirement

(size by length/width/height and wind speed), offering a free design

drawing and all detailed drawings for installation.


According to customer's requirement

Load into 40/20GP,40HQ or 40OT

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REITs in some countries trade like stocks and can be shorted in the same way. Then you can look for the industries that will crash along with the real estate market and short them as well.
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Investor = buys and sells real estate for profit Agent = professional who helps Sellers sell and Buyers buy real estate, for commission
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Accounting (or a similar one in your area) to learn the insider secrets of the business.
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Beyond all the data knowledge that you need to be a real estate developer- is money. You need to be very good at raising money- and planning how to work around issues that come up. For instance the time from the very start of a project (planning it and finding the property) to the end (selling the buildings) can zoom from 5 to 10 years very easily. We don't know what the economy will be like in one year- much less ten years. We also don't know much about the building and zoning requirements will be in the future years. You will need to be constantly going back to your investors and telling them why you need more money- and why it will be a while before you can return anything to them. The Excavation of the site for the Empire State Building began on January 22, 1930 (I don't know when they got the permits or started raising money). They had no idea how long the great depression would last. It is said that it did not make a profit for the investors until 1950. So how good are you at talking people into investing huge sums of money?
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I must agree.....I have sold 2 homes in the past year and I didn't use an agent....Its nonsense when they tell you, you shouldn't try to sell yourself....You can sell it yourself and save thousands....Plus most really don't know how to price the home, sometimes, they want to sell it lower, just to make a fast sale.....
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Every real estate agent makes different amounts of money, depending on how many clients you have and how much you charge, If you charge for example 10% of the house your client wants to buy, you can make some money So if the house cost 100,000 you get 10,000 off of one profit but that is EXTREMELY high my old real estate agent charged 6% Not really hard, but when the economy sucks *** like it is right now real estate agents dont make anything. Because nobody can buy a house right now. Also depends on where you live, like arizona is one of the worst states for real estate right now because the economy hit us pretty bad But when we have a good economy and its a sellers market like it was in arizona a few years ago real estate agents were making good money. A few years ago alot of people from california were moving to arizona so the real estate market was really busy It just really all depends
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This is not the time to enter the real estate field. If you do decide to get in, the most important part is that you know how to deal with people and how to relate to them. If you are an introvert, or don't have patience, forget it. I'm in SF Bay Area and have seen hundreds of ex-engineers and other techies get into the field in the last 5 years. Most all of them are gone because they couldn't make a living. They were all nice people, but had no people skills and they all assumed that human beings make purchase decisions based on statistics and charts. If a buyer didn't want to purchase, they would take it personally and get upset at them. Most of them couldn't take rejection, because they took it personally. Remember, you are not selling a house! You are selling a home to people where they are going to spend the next 7-10 years, have babies, watch kids go through schools, have birthday parties, etc. Most agents make a decent living. Remember that the 2.5% or 3% commission is split between you and your broker. Some brokers have a starting split 70% yours/30% brokers of the gross 3%. If the house sells for $800k, gross is $24k. Your split is $24k/70% which is $16.8k. Then you must pay your own income tax out of that, since you are not an employee, so subtract about 25% from that and you take home net is $12.6k. Brokers also have a desk fee, which is a charge for using their office facilities. Some are $300/mo (Intero) which has to be paid every month whether you make a sale or not. Then there's E&O insurance, about $150 per transaction. Most national chains (Century 21, RE/Max, etc.) also charge a franchise fee of about 6%-8% off the gross. Then you have to pay for all your promotional materials, open house signs, etc. out of your pocket. If you still want to enter the field, be sure to have at least 1yr of reserve cash to live on. It will take that long to get up to speed and get your first sale.

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