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Conch is a natural product , Shell mosaic wall stickers is a combination of nature and technology, Shell mosaic wall stickers is  combination of nature and process . It is formaldehyde Nemesis, It  no radiation, Pollution-free. Shell mosaic  wall stickers  Environmental protection and luxury in a body, Let your home show luxurious  the wind .    Natural shell mosaic wall stickers, modern and stylish products, each particle are not synthetic, entirely by hand-cut from the top down the whole shell, and then hand-polished wheel showing the most natural pearl

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   Quantity: 1 square = 11


    Quality: Our stickers are made of a high quality, waterproof and durable vinyl. These stickers will last for years without peeling or fading. Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

     Material: Removable self-adhesive vinyl

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Q:Real Estate Agent in California?
Follow you dream and study now. Take the test once your 18. While you're going to school, refer deals to another realtor. You won't have time to do it yourself. And clients want to work with full-time Realtors. This way, you can concentrate on school and gain some real estate experience at the same time. Tell your family friends what you're doing. You can't be shy about this. Ask them to keep an eye out for people they know looking to buy or sell. Refer the deals to your full-time Realtor partner. They do the rest of the work, but you still get paid. For licensed real estate sales people or brokers, the usual commission for a referral is 25% of the company's commission. On a $500,000 sale, for example, 25% of 3% is a cool $3750. Do that once once or twice a term - not a bad part-time job that can turn into a career. The real estate market is cyclical. By the time you're done college, we might be experiencing another real estate boom. Good luck!
Q:Taxing on a W-9 in real estate?
He doesn't make any sense: When he pays you, that reduces his income... so he's only taxes on the 1% he keeps. Are you sure, he isn't suggesting that he has to withhold from you and send the withholding to the IRS state on your behalf?
Q:What type of schooling do you need to become a real estate agent?
you don't need a degree for real estate only a certificate. you can actually get the course online or you can take the courses in a college setting if your school offers them. I would NEVER pay college tuition prices for Real Estate certificate. You can take the courses for around $250 online.
Q:Retirement vs Real Estate?
Real estate is a good investment but all it would take is a market crash to kill you. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. Have a well funded retirement fund, I recommend a long term fixed income bond at 10%+.
Q:Texas Real Estate License?
Each state outlines what licenses in their state is allowed to do. You may not do much of anything unless you are working under the license of a Real Estate Broker from your state. I really don't know what a real estate person with a license is able to do in Texas. You have to check with your broker or find out from the state via the Internet or by making a telephone call to the Department of Real Estate, or what ever they call themselves in Texas. In California a licensed person may work as a property manager with a property management company. Property management company manage both residential properties as well as commercial properties. These property managers are paid a salary. They are assigned various task, so you might inquire as to what services you might be doing. Some inexperienced agents work for other agents called assistants until they have gained a little experience and then go on their own. The real estate agent pays them a small salary. These individuals hold open houses, collect signatures, take listings and other things that are outlined by the person for which they work. I hope this has been of some use to you, good luck. FIGHT ON
Q:Real Estate agents second to Doctors for lawsuits?
I'd believe it. Keep in mind there can also be a difference between malpractice lawsuits, and lawsuits in general. Most real estate agents do not get good legal/ethical training -- it's not like they're getting master's degrees or something to get licensed. Even the ones that get something tend to blow it off, or not understand it. It can then seem like a waste of time to do due diligence with a property, and there's a tendency to cut corners. Many get reputations for not being totally honest people. Real estate agents are often chasing money first and foremost, and they can want to hide or ignore as much as they can. Then someone buys or rents a place, and something is almost certain to come up that was not properly disclosed. You can rapidly have something like health issues or property damage (of the contents) involved, and it's not easy for the agent to get away from it. Given the thousands of dollars likely involved, it's not easy for the buyer/renter to ignore and move on either. And it's very very likely the cause was the agent not being properly responsible in investigating a property, or disclosing what they knew, etc. Also, most people are going to use doctors or real estate agents sooner or later. Other fields (like contractors) may have problems, but they're frankly more likely to be legally aware of things, those who use their services are more limited, and they're more likely to be able to discuss and negotiate their way out of something.
Q:Should i move and become a real estate agent in california?
Becoming a real estate agent is not as easy as it sounds. This is especially true if you are moving to a new area. Do you know people in California? How will you market yourself as an agent? There are thousands and thousands of agents competing for the same listings in CA as in other states. If you do not have a solid marketing plan, it would be very difficult and expensive to break into the market.
Q:what you should ask a real estate agent?
You should ask them to tell you if they are able to answer questions for you. For example, some real estate agents can only go to houses with you and smile and nod politely. Other real estate agents can give you their opinion on what they think about the house versus the asking price, how much repairs might cost, what do they think of the neighborhood, would they buy this house, etc. I know I personally enjoyed having a real estate agent I could talk to about the house like they were a 3rd person helping me find a home instead of someone just tagging along for the ride. You do want to ask them how long they have been working, what their background is, and possibly even for some references. You want to make sure you feel comfortable with this person and not like they are a yes man who will not be of any help. You want the best team possible for the purchase of this home.
Q:Real Estate School - why?
Hi Entyce68, A real estate license is not required to sell a house. However, it may be a good Idea to have that license if you plan to do more than 5 homes a year - that is the limit of houses you can sell without having a realtor list it. Having that license will allow you to sell the house and retain half of the commision. Unfortunately, the class is forty hours of wasted time - nothing but laws and nomenclature (names) they teach you absolutely nothing about buying or selling RE. Investing is a great way to learn RE and make large amounts of money doing it, always make the deal a win for all parties, be fair and honest, build your credibility and remember what RE is really about. Let me know if I can help you in your journey Best wishes
Q:Getting into Real Estate?
hope this does not sound confusing. Being a real estate salesperson or broker [the sales person's boss] is a very very serious world, time consuming and wrought with laws--federal and state, that must be memorized BEFORE you can show a house to anyone! YOUR finance classes will come in handy--and if you wish to become an agent, you will be a combo PART lawyer, part hustler, 100% advocate for EITHER [you can rep both but it is stupid to do so] seller or buyer. YOU must pay for an application, pay for the schooling [only specific schools are authorized by each state], pay for the state test after you pass the school's tests, and then, pay for the license....and if you like NAR [most brokers are members] you must pay for a membership there too. Figure 100 hours of very focused concentration, $300 out of your pocket NOT counting NAR before you earn one penny--and that penny comes only after a buyer and seller close escrow with your help! can guide further

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