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we provide low price steel structure workshop,power plant,
industrial plants, logistic warehouses supermarkets,
stadium

name

steel construction

material

C purlin, H beam, sandwich panel(EPS ,PU, rock wool )

feature

1.Steadiness frame :light and flexible frame provide safe and fulfill

requires.

2.Easy to install and dismantle:several reuse ,simple tools

installation.one worker could install 20-30 square meters per day,

six workers could work out 3KX10K house in two days.

3.Beautiful decoration:beautiful materials ,brightly color,flat surface

and art  decoration.

4.Flexible composition :Doors and windows could be install at any

position,separate wall could be built at any transverse axis.stairs

are outside the house.

5.Waterproof:water structure ,there is no other waterproof

processing.

6.Longevity:steel materals have been stainless processing,

its usage is over 10 years

7.Environmental:professional design ,easy install,recycle using,

no construction craps.

8.Extensive application ,it is widely used in road ,railway,and

other wild temporary house,also in govermment planning,business

and others,such as office, headquarters ,shop,dormitory,park,

school,hospital,exhibitionand gas station


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Q:Homeschool/College/Real Estate?
What do you mean would I have to go to college to get it...To get what, your high school diploma? Colleges don't issue high school diplomas. You will receive your high school diploma by following the homeschool laws where you live. If allowed by law, your parents will issue your diploma.
Q:Real Estate Fraud Question?
Well if you feel that you were not properly treated, you could write a letter to the Real Estate Commission in your state. My advise would be not to close until you get an answer from the real estate commission. She what you guidance they give you first.
Q:Real Estate, Computers, Nursing Homes. To much?
anything can be possible. do what you want. it sounds like alot. but whatever you want to succed..go for..good luck :) !
Q:Should I go into Real Estate? (NJ)?
I agree with godged. It's very tough to work real estate p/t and be even remotely successful. A good way to get a feel for the business is to work as an assistant to a successful real estate salesperson (not a receptionist in a brokerage). The wages will be crap, but you're there for experience. You want to find out if you're cut out for RE, and this is a great way to do it. Checkout CL for positions or be a real go-getter (you are one right?) or call brokerages and ask for their top producers who might benefit from an assistant. RE people are making less money now, so he/she will be worried about overhead. Offer to do it for 3 months for minimum wage. Then they can evaluate and see that having you around helps them make more money. In an ideal world, you'll get your license and start working their open houses, working their lower priority listings, and basically partner up with him/her to break into the game. Good luck!
Q:Finding a real estate agent?
If you are going to buy your first home, you shouldn't be talking to a real estate agent first, talk to a mortgage specialist first. They can tell you how much you are qualified for, and how much house you can buy for the amount of money you are comfortable paying per month. I would talk to three different mortage companies and compare rates. If that mortage person you talked to is any good, he/she will know a number of good real estate agents that can help with your search.
Q:Real estate development.?
As a real estate Broker and developer myself... obtaining a real estate license only teaches you how to pass the test and nothing about real life in real estate. Your license would open the door to real estate and provide you with an opportunity to meet other agents, builders, and developers whom you could gain exposure to. This is something that takes time (years) and is high risk. If you already know of someone in the field that is willing to show you the ropes... then you are a step up... if not, then you have a long road ahead of you.
Q:Real Estate agent side job?
Not much risk, just the cost of getting the license. The reward can be a great deal of money, or not so much. The average agent sells just 1-2 homes a year, which will not pay the bills but could be a nice bonus. Good agents who work their business sell 12-50 homes/year or more. If you don't want to be a good agent, do the full-time agents a favor and don't bother. There are plenty of agents who don't want to work, already.
Q:predictions on real estate forecast?
All real estate values are extremely local. So much so that I have seen a store sell a location and move next door (and spend thousands to move and thousands more for the transaction) to an identical size and shaped space- just because the location (next door!) was better. Just within my city in North Texas there are huge differences in market activity from block to block. I have one transaction closing next week where the buyer has agreed to pay more than the mortgage company appriasal value- and that normally tells me that the market around that home is pretty strong. I know other areas just a few miles away that don't seem to have any buyers. There are a lot of ways that location matter of course- not just how the neighborhood looks. If people in your area feel very secure about their jobs then they are more likely to buy a house. If the schools are good in your area then people might be more likely to move to your area. If the transportation works well in your area, If the recreation in your area, if the government in your area, if the enviroiment in your area...all those things figure into location. If you look at the foreclosure rates for Texas and compare them to the nationwide statistics you will find we are doing much better than the rest of the country in that area. In my area the Barnet shale is pumping large amounts of money into the economy- kind of like very large stimulos checks each month. What you maybe asking is when will my home go up in price?. I can not predict the future price even on my own home. I can tell you that My home did not seem to go up in value this last year- I think it may go up a small amount this next year. I think in part the national economy is holding us back- but I do not believe my home has gone down in value at all in the last four years- and there are very few areas of the country where a homeowner can say that.
Q:Real Estate Contract Expiring - Questions?
I assume you mean that you owe him a commission IF someone who looked at it during the listing period buys it within 180 days following the listing termination, correct? If so, that seems like a very long time to me. I never put more than 30 days in a listing agreement. But I don't know how real estate companies operate in your area. You think 5.6% is taking advantage of you? In our area, outside Washington, DC, 6% is the most common listing commission. There are discount brokerages who charge less, but then they do considerably less to help sell your home - which is a recipe for disaster in our current market. There are also homes listed at higher commissions. I'm helping a client close on a home next week that was listed at 8%. Offering a higher commission was a smart move by the sellers because it created a lot of interest in their home, which was in a neighborhood where several other homes were also on the market. There is no one 'right' commission for any area. But generally, the lower the commission is, the less the listing realtor is willing to spend trying to sell it.
Q:Real Estate Fund of Funds Managers?
There is also an index fund available that invests in REITs. Vanguard has two of them. One an ETF and the other a non-etf. Go to their web site to find out more. You might also try Morningstar but I was unable to find much there.

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