the third generation of co-extruded ASA wpc wallboard 120*16

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Our company-Fu Jian JianYuan WPC Science&Technology Co., Ltd, located in Luo Yuan industry park, Nan Pin city, Fu Jian province,with sales department in Xia Men city, is devoted to developing  the third generation of co-extruded wood plastic composite items with the surface of ASA material and internal PVC foam materials.

All of our items have been authorized by ISO9001 quality test system, MA,AL,CNAS,SGS and reached the international standard ,even more than the national standard.In addition,we 

has achieved 14 national invention and utility patents.

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1.using the most advanced double-machine co-extruded technology recently;

2. waterproof,anti-insect,fire prevention, UV and weather resistance,maintenance-free, eco-friendly;

3.natural wood texture and appearance;

4.30 years' lifetime;

5.easy installment;

6.providing relative certification according to customers' requirement.

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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?
Even if you do not need a degree to become a real estate agent it's best to have a degree in business or finance or real estate. It will be your edge and weapon against a great number of real estate competitors. You'll have a good foundation, knowledge as well as training that will offer you greater career opportunities in real estate.
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You have stated the question wrong I am sure- but I am also sure that the answer they want is that it is illegal. When an agent works for a broker- any buyer or seller they find is not theirs- it is the broker's client or customer. If they leave that association with the broker they also have to leave the client or customer.
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Yes and he's being generous most won't pay although it's worth asking the question. This is different than any other job I know...You should interview the brokers and choose the one who will give you the most-training , response time, Is you broker good at the business? Do they compete with you? Will they give you leads? Ask better questions and then see if there is anyone else out there who wants you bad enough to help you out! If you have a good line of friends or contacts that is gold in this business! So talk it up.
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Good answer... Fundus (Latin for bottom) is a generic anatomical term referring to the portion of an organ opposite from its opening. The correct term for real estate is VERUS PRAEDIUM.
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I don't know, but if you are considering going to Real Estate school, before you spend the money, I would make sure I understood how extremely difficult the market is in our state. My home, my folks' home, my best friend's home have all lost HALF their value. My other friend has 3 houses for sale on her street that are selling for less than 1/3 of what they were selling for 3 years ago. I don't mean to rain on your parade to be cruel, I just want you to know that it hasn't been this hard to make a living in real estate since the late 70's. Georgia is leading the nation in foreclosures, or was recently. Any real estate school can tell you if a DUI prevents you from getting your license and if you don't want to ask, call the Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs, they can steer you to the correct governing agency.
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Stay local so you rely on others less. You usually can't rent out condos, so those are a bad idea. Commercial property can remain vacant for very long periods of time but the profit is good when it is rented. Single family home and multiple units 4 or less is a good place to start. Personally I would not buy in DC, the tenants there are almost all on programs and those programs are very socialist in nature. It would be hard to break even as a landlord there.
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Principles of Real Estate Practice is a modern learning tool for the student preparing to enter the real estate business as a licensed professional. The textbook contains the essentials of real estate principles, law, and practices taught in real estate schools and colleges across the country, including all those fundamentals that real estate educators, practicing professionals, national testing services, and state licensing officials agree are necessary for basic competence.

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