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Detailed Product Description of Table & Chair

 

This table & chair is a feel of Japanese style.

Handmade bamboo products.

Mainly used in the garden.

Product number H-080-01

size 750×3600 mm

price 47,500jpn/yen/1piece

Product number H-080-02

size 290×450 mm

price 32,000jpn/yen/1piece

table & chair(2pieces)

Product number H-080-03

price 98,500jpn/yen/1piece

Q:I am finding it hard to track down a job that allows me to further my knowledge and skills and experience rather than keep me stuck in the mundane (minimum wage) jobs. Is getting a Real Estate license a poor idea, specially since the house market is so horrible? Or could I gain from it?Also, what is the best avenue for getting my license?Thank you.
I can't speak for your area but where I live the real estate license classes used to have about 50 at the peak in 2006, now they have about 10 students per class. From each of the large classes the instructor estimates that only about 1 student still working full-time in real estate. Since you are on commission it can be very difficult starting out. Getting your license though can be fairly easy. Check with the local association of realtors or your local colleges for courses. Every state varies in the number of hours of classes involved. Most likely you will not have to go to around 50-100 hours of class, take the state test and you are an agent.
Q:My girlfriend is set on being a real estate agent after high school. She has always said that she doesn't want to go to college because she doesn't want to go into debt when she doesn't need to. She thinks that you don't need a degree to be competitive as a real estate agent. Is this in correct? And if she would be better off with a degree, what should she major in? I thought Real Estate would be the obvious one, but it doesn't seem like it's a degree widely offered in schools that aren't giving it online. Would something like a degree in advertising be better?
You ask if she would need a degree to be competitive...I would say no (and I'm a college professor that understands the value of a degree). The top broker in my city decided he wanted to be in real estate in high school...he enrolled in all the courses online and then moved to a larger city for one year to work under a top broker and learn the business. Then, he returned here and started his own agency. In less than two years, he owned the top agency in the city and was a millionaire several times over before the age of 21! A degree can be an asset, but in my opinion, real estate is a game of experience, contacts, and a sales personality (natural salesmanship)...the first two you can learn on the job...and the last is something you either have or you don't. ...and no, a degree in advertising would be a waste of time unless she wants to work in advertising. A degree in marketing would be better (more versatile)...but if she already knows that she wants to work in real estate, then she needs to get a job in the field as soon as possible so she can start learning what it takes. She can always go to college in a few years...perhaps when she's making enough in real estate to avoid going in to debt!
Q:Im in Turlock, Ca. Im wanting to start a career as a real estate sales person, i need help and pretty much everything. How do i get my real estate license and where do i start; how do i get out and about are there any schools that provide trainings or something. Sorry if im not clear enough but that the best way i could find a way to ask this question so HELP ME OUT PLIZZZ, oh i forgot to say that im 19 years old i don't know if my age does anything on this but just thought to tell you all.
You have to get licensed just like everyone else. PMZ hires a lot of unqualified agents out that way. I think they charge a desk fee. They have hundreds of agents, mostly part timers. I hate them because they are clueless, but with the market overly saturated with agents in the valley they may be all that hires you (you pay them to work). Your age is a major disadvantage, very few people will want you to represent them, they normally want agents that are older and more experianced not with just business, but every day life. You don't even own a home yourself, so you will not seen as someone knowledgable.
Q:Is anyone currently working in Real Estate selling homes? Or selling commercial Real Estate? I am interested in getting my Real Estate license but don't know if right now is a good time since the housing market is currently down. I spoke to someone at Century 21 in Central Florida, and the office manager said no time is the right time to get a Real Estate license to sell homes. Someone else on here said now is a good time to get into Commercial Real Estate, but the question was asked 3 years ago. Any opinions, stories would be greatly appriciated. Thanks.
Pareto's Principle, 20 percentage of the realtors are dependable for eighty percentage of the outcome jewelry real in truly property. To be like your dad you ought to be relatively savoy to make $250,000 in truly property. Few do. eighty% barley make a residing. You ought to be a self starter, well organizer and experience being in industry in your self to be within the most sensible 20%. Some are simply born to paintings for others. Help your dad out in his industry. Find out his direction to luck. If you prefer what you spot deliver it a check out. When I began out I had two directory a sale inside two weeks and it by no means stopped. Others had an overly tough time creating a residing , then others simply up and relatively. One factor I had used to be a income plan/pursuits to get industry and I labored it to dying revising it while I needed to. I additionally by no means stopped finding out and studying approximately truly property (I particularly just like the industry). After five years or so over one million/three of my income have been because of referrals. Life used to be well.
Q:I am interested in getting my license and being a real estate agent. I live in New Jersey, but I am not sure of any good schools for this. Could you suggest any good schools in New Jersey?
Be ready to reset your ethics and honesty.
Q:Our friend is a real estate agent. He just sold the house that we are living in. We have been looking for a new home for a long time, but can't find anything pre-existing that we want to buy despite his best efforts. We have decided to build new. We know the builder well and I am an attorney so I feel completely comfortable proceeding with new construction without the help of our friend. We could add 1-3% to the sales price so that we can give our friend a commission, but that would be stretching our budget more than I feel comfortable. My spouse and I have been fighting about whether to bite the bullet and include him or not. I feel obligated and I don't want to cause hard feelings; my spouse says I'm being silly. Help?
I understand your dilemma and would be in the same quandary if in your seat. I’m certain that you can handle the transaction by yourself. Just a little side note- Perhaps you may be aware that in some states, an attorney may apply to sell real estate without taking real estate educational courses. Practicing attorneys (members of the State Bar) exceed the educational requirements for salesperson licensees, and meet the educational requirements for broker licensees. In addition, some state laws provide broker licensees expanded abilities for practicing attorneys. I just thought that this is an interesting fact. Being loyal to a friend is a very important and frequently overlooked virtue. With that said, here's my answer as follows: Stretching your budget to pay an unnecessary fee just isn't practical. Neither is bickering with your spouse. I would explain to your friend that funds are tight, but that you looked at every possible way to pay them a fee. Perhaps you could take them out for lunch and have a heart- to- heart discussion. Promise that you will spread their name around in a positive manner to friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues. A real estate sales person will appreciate your referrals and provide them with instant credibility. People who are not your real friend will not accept any excuse as being satisfactory; true friends really don't need an excuse.
Q:I want to become a Real Estate Agent. But I don't know if I should major in Business, or Marketing?
To be a real estate agent you simply need to meet whatever standards your area has for a license. College isn't actually necessary, but to let you know-- real estate agents work a lot of weekends and evenings, when everyone else isn't working, and they don't make much money unless they are very good, and have a large client base, and that can take years. Follow your passion if you wish, but it is not the glamorous career you may think it is. So far as college goes, if you plan on attending, there will probably be classes on real estate, but not a major. So, major in a related field, such as finance, marketing, etc. and then pursue your license.
Q:I have recently graduated from an ABA approved Paralegal program and I'm interested in becoming a Real Estate Paralegal. I would like to know if I need to take some real estate classes to boost my job prospects? I live in NYC.Thanks!
That would help your career.
Q:I know college is very critical in most career fields these days, but what are the chances of getting into real estate without a degree?
you don't need a college degree to be a real estate agent. it is one of the few lucrative fields where it is not necessary. however, i would suggest that you get one anyway. to be a real estate agent, you really have to be dedicated, patient, and know what you're doing. you have to have the gift of gab and be a bit of a hustler. a lot of your business will come from referrals or word of mouth, so you really have to be able to get your face and name out there. if you are a shy person, don't even bother. if you like your life and finances orderly and predictable...it is not the lifestyle for you as your sales can fluctuate rather wildly from month to month. i hope that you don't get discouraged from what i said. without knowing you personally, it's hard to know what kind of real estate agent that you'd be. however, i do know that 60 percent of them quit in their first year. it is a field that attracts a lot of lazy, get rich quick type of people. once they see how much work is actually involved, they don't last long, especially in this day and age. that is why i would get your degree anyways, to have something to fall back on if you don't like the field or things don't work out.
Q:I have a job interview for a real estate company for a referral rep position? it says no experience nec. what exactly does a referral rep do?
When people offer a position you can ask them what your duties would be, and in this case I suggest you do that as you need to know what you're applying for. I can tell it's not a career position as to be a career position you'd need a real estate license. And you can't go out on the property, use the lock on the homes or show the homes without the real estate license. So I would think the position you're applying for would be kind of secretarial or receptionist in nature. Like say someone calls in and asks what 2 bedroom homes you have available and you can just give them the addresses off a list given go you by the RE agent.
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Location Shandong,China (Mainland)
Year Established 2007
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