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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

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

drawing and all detailed drawings for installation.


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

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Q:Real Estate Agent Advice?
I must congratulate you on your strong initiative and desire to work, make money and add value to the economy!! There were already some good answers here for you, especially 'loanmaster's' comment. It's probably the case that you would need to be 'of age' to get a real estate license anyway. It sounds like earning money is the part of the equation that would best help you at this point and it sounds like knowing how to do that would be the thing that really makes a difference for you. There are ways to make in anything (real estate included) by intimately knowing the details of the market and business practices. It's never too early to begin learning those things. One thing that would be good for you to do is to figure out some type of product that you could sell to others so that you're, in effect, working for yourself while you're going to school and building continuing your education. Also, read, read, read! There are tons of books on real estate, investing and sales. One great book that I read when I was your age that has contributed to my success is THINK and GROW RICH by Napoleon Hill. Keep looking, searching and researching! Best Wishes, EricJ
Q:CA real estate license prep?
Well,'s ExamPrepMaster tool. It's $59, but they guarantee that you pass... or you get your money back(you just send them your failing report card). It has 12 practice tests(50 questions each), 2 final test(150 questions each), 1 vocabulary test(100 questions), 1 math test(100 questions), and 1 state test(120 questions). As long as you get 80% or more on all of those tests, then they will guarantee that you pass. Yes, it seems like a lot of work with 17 practice tests... but it prepared me well. It's an easy setup. You can even put in your exam date, and they will pace all of the tests for you depending on how long you have. It allows for easy memorization of concepts, ideas and words. Apparently on their website they say that 90% of the people that use the program will pass on their first time. Check it out, it's a good deal. EDIT: Just saw that you have two weeks. So it'll probably pace you with 1 test a day. The 50 question tests only take about 30 minutes. And they also offer and explanation after each question so you can better understand the concept behind the question and answer. Hope this helps!
This is not a part time job.
Q:Real Estate Question !!?
First attempt to discover any individual you recognize and believe. Whether they're a dealer, agent or lawyer. Just b/c they're this sort of 3 does now not robotically prevent them from being the correct man or woman for you. You have to consider at ease with them. Keep in brain throughout all of this, that they're operating for you. If they aren't operating however simply gathering a paycheck, discover any individual else. Everyone of the aforementioned persons can and can make a large sum of money in case you decide upon to paintings with them. Further, so much markets within the US have tilted closer to the customers aspect to a point. This method you're now within the drivers seat. Everyone within the truly property enterprise demands customers. Best of good fortune. Joe...
Q:Career in Real estate consulting?
An MBA may or may not be of benefit (although if you did, I'd get one in finance) - if you're going to do investment sales it would probably be of benefit, also, if you're going to work for a large firm, eg., CBRE, Jones Lang LaSalle, Sperry Van Ness, it may help get your foot in the door. Okay now - let me consult you - how 'about stop asking the same question.
Q:Investing in Real Estate Abroad?
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.
Q:What will real estate market be like next May?
My crystal ball says, next May homes will be selling and buyers will be buying. What it doesn't say is how much the homes will go up or down by then and how fast the will sell. There is always a market, no one knows exactly what it will be like.
Q:Trumps real estate law firm?
Wouldn’t you expect Trump to use many different real estate law firms? I mean if he had just one, wouldn’t everyone know that THE DONALD would likely be sitting across the table in any transaction that singular firm handles. It would make it very difficult for Trump to negotiate, if every buyer/seller knew they were dealing with a rich guy. I heard that 60 Minutes tried to just estimate Trump’s worth. Apparently they got vastly different numbers from different investigators. I think that this is because Trump has so many different corporations and legal structures that is difficult for an outsider to know about them all. If he goes to this much trouble to hide his identify through asset protection, it is probably a safe bet that he does not use a single real estate law firm, or broker
Salary? LOL Selling real estate is a 100% commissioned job, there is no salary. Its also self employment which has expenses. There is no typical in real estate since many sell very few to none, while others do very well. Half the people who enter the business in a given year, quit the business within that same year. Personally once I was licensed fresh out of real estate school I felt ready to take on the world and didn't realize I knew practically nothing about how to succeed in the business ready to commit full time. I also worked as an apprentice auctioneer (real estate auctioneer) when I first began so I was able to get a small share of commissions from the auctioneer I worked for, but didn't sell my first property until I was 5 months in and didn't get paid on it for another 6 weeks. I think I sold 5 houses my first year, when I was certain I would be able to at least sell one a month. The second year was much better because by that time I understood what it takes to develop business.
Q:Real Estate Agent help plz!!?
You don't need a four year degree to be a real estate agent. Most community colleges or two year colleges offer prep classes for the real estate exam. It's not that hard, I know people who are as dumb as a rock who have passed the exam. If you are really smart, you might want to consider a better profession. Being an agent is very dependent upon the economy and the current state of housing, which fluctuates every 6-8 years or so. Also, being an agent requires you to have a very high tolerance in regards to dealing with people. You should talk with people who are real estate agents to see if it is for you. Most younger people have a hard time cracking into the field because you need lots of contacts and referrals. These things come from being an agent for a long time and building up a reputation. Also, people who buy the most expensive houses tend to be older and they may view a person much younger as not having the needed skills or experience to be the best for them. You don't need any math knowledge. If you can add and subtract and apply a percentage, that't all you need to know how to do. It is really a very simple career.

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