Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Metal Surface

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Waterpoof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Metal Surface 


Waterpoof abrasives sanding  Paper is made of high-quality alumina sand powder and kraft paper base, and bound with 100% real resin. Waterpoof abrasives sanding  Paper is mainly used in the grinding and buffing of automobiles, home furnishings, leather, 


home appliance cases, and mechanical parts.Waterpoof abrasives sanding  Paper can grind with water and has a highly-polished work piece. It will not contaminate the work piece when operating, and does not create dust pollution. It is moderately soft. Aluminum oxide ,silicon carbide and so on 


waterproof abrasives sanding Paper for wet sanding of paints, primes, surfaces of the automobile industries ,abrasives sanding paperalso used for sanding and finishing of plastics, leather ,mechanical components , furniture, precision instrument and hardware .


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Q:I am looking to buy a condo in Agoura Hills, CA (north LA County) within two years, but have noticed that prices have gone WAY down this past year. A friend who is into real estate says they will continue to go down next year, but I won't be able to buy for another two. Should I bite the bullet and buy in a year if prices are outragously low?
Anyone can predict what will happen to the real estate market. The question is, who's going to be right? From what I've seen and heard, the real estate market will continue to be flooded with foreclosures and short sales for another year or so before this inventory begins to subside. But, what's happening to prices? The doom-and-gloom sensationalist articles in the local paper would have you believe that prices are spiraling downward on a monthly basis. But, that can be misleading. A lot of homes that were subject to mortgage fraud (for example, artificially inflated appraisals so a fraudulent mortgage broker could make a huge commission) are going into foreclosure now. These may be homes that were valued at $1.5 million in 2005, but that are realistically appraised at $750K today. These drive down the median and average sales prices (the real estate price indicators), which makes it seem like all real estate has lost 50% of its 2005 value and is still falling. In reality, the concensus is that the market will hit rock bottom as late as mid 2009. It will peak up a bit as investors clamor to get in the market, and then flatten out or even dip a bit over the next year (mid 2010). Then, with the foreclosures out of the way, we'll start to see a steady increase - albeit a slow one - in market prices. But, what about affordability (how much you have to pay each month on a given property)? Concensus is that mortgage rates will start to climb - also slowly - in the next couple of years. So, even if prices are dead flat, the monthly cost of owning a given property will keep going up. I wouldn't be so concerned about timing your purchase to hit the exact bottom of the market. Anything you buy from now over the next couple of years will turn out to be a huge win over the next 7 - 10 years, when the real estate cycle comes back up to beyond the 2005 level (which it has for the last 60+ years).
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.
No need of the Licence get some experience nearby your area. Because property rate fluctuation very from place to place
Q:I have a degree in real estate but i cant seem to get a job in the real estate industry.I want to work in the commercial industry but it is very hard to get my feet in the door.. Does anyone have any advice?
First, decide which area of real estate you would prefer to work in: sales, appraisal, development, etc. You will likely need more schooling or to get a license even though you have a degree. Even though I graduated from a 4 year university with a degree in real estate I was required to take a 72 hour appraisal class before becoming a trainee appraiser. Once you have decided on the area of real estate and gotten the additional education / licenses, you will be able to present yourself better in an interview or on a resume.
Q:My fiance and I are trying to buy our first home. How do we go about 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:I hear net-net and triple-net a lot in real estate discussions. What do they mean?Thanks!
It means someone is feeding you a line of bullcrap. Don't listen to any expert in Real Estate. There aren't any. Real estate is common sense. If you don't understand it stay away from it. Someone is pulling your chain. I could show you how to make (not a seller and not interested in your money) how to make INCALCUABLE returns (this doesn't mean big money, it's a silly numbers game all the big shots play). Doesn't mean anything. Real Estate is just like the stock market. If you don't understand that PARTICULIAR area then don't invest. Again, DON'T INVEST because someone is jerking you around. I don't know what discussions you claim (I have never heard of it nor would I believe it). Anyway, you asked. I answered. Plz no best answer. Just another email I will delete without reading.
Q:My wife and I have a home that we would be interested in purchasing that recently fell into preforeclosure on 9/21/11 in Florida. This is a vacant Bank of America property that has not been lived in for well over a year. The previous owner moved out and is current on the taxes. To persue interest in this home, do we need a realtor, real estate attorney, or both? It would be my guess that this home will be a short sale.In the past, we have went to realtors with short sale housing interests, and are left waiting for the phone to ring. Most of the time, a return phone call or email is asking too much. I realize there is a lot of patience needed in the short sale process, and we are wanting to use the most effective method. We really like this home, and would like to work something out. Thanks
You do not need an attorney not a real estate agent. If the property is in pre-foreclosure and is still owned by the person then you might contact this person. Once contacted you would have to make a offer,sign a contract with the sales price, amount you are giving the owner for his equity and take this contract to an escrow closing agent. Make sure the contract say Taking the property Subject to the existing mortgage. The closing agent and title company would understand this statement. These two licensed companies would ensure your transaction would close according to the local, state and federal real estate laws. Taking title to the property in this method, the current owner would still be on the mortgage loan, your name would be on the title deed and recorded by the title company at the county court where the property is located. Paying and keeping the mortgage loan current, in approximately one year you would be able to refinance the property through another mortgage lender. In addition to you giving the current owner funds for his equity you would have to bring the foreclosure current. The escrow closing agent would send a document to the lender requesting the amount needed to bring the mortgage loan current. You might consider this as the down payment. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. FIGHT ON
Q:Any one know of a great real estate appraisal school to go to?
I am a real estate appraiser- got my license nearly 20 years ago- and one thing you need to think about before you put out money for school, is that you need to apprentice too. You cannot get an appraisal license without apprenticing under a licensed appraiser for 2 years in addition to schooling. I get calls all the time from people wanting me to take them on as a trainee. In my area, it is tough to find a willing appraiser and I know of people who completed the schooling and were unable to find an appraiser to sponsor them. Might want to check on this first. Your state real estate appraisal board has a list of requirements and approved schools on their website.
Q:I’m planning on getting my real estate agents license in the next few months in California. I’ve heard that Century 21 and some other companies have their own courses. Is it better to attend their course or just a regular local real estate school. Also what companies are good for new agents.Any advice you can give is appreciated! Thanks!
If you can get Century 21 to give you the necessary courses to pass the state exam without paying a school. They have to teach you the classes that the Real Estate Board requires. Are you sure the classes at Century 21 are not the two classes you need after you get a conditional sales license? I went through the whole process of taking the right classes at Anthony Schools live, then took the state exam and passed. But I went to a few real estate companies and could not get hired because at the time in 2001 I did not have a computer or a car and I did not know how to generate my own leads. I thought they would provide leads but they didnt. I went to Prudential, Pacific Union and Howard Allen. These are in the bay ara.
Q:I am finishing up my undergraduate degree in Real Estate at a Pennsylvania university. Will my course work waive my education requirements to become a RE Broker in Pa? In other words, do I still need to complete an additional 16 credits of education?
In California, if one took classes in business or real estate law, accounting or economics, he/she could get a credit for that. Check with the department of real estate and see if that's the case in your state. I have a strong feeling it is. Good luck. If you are planning to sell Real Estate, remember, every extra license carries extra liability. Many people make a false assumption that having a Broker's license makes them more marketable.
Q:I am looking for anyone that has information about Keller Williams Real Estate office in Riverside, or redlands, surrounding areas. I hear keller williams has good training. That its a great place to work for as a newbie. Anyone knows of what the monthly fees are, and if they help you get started to produce income right away. I already spend on the classes, I didn't know that there was gonna be monthly fees, other companies charge as little as 400 a month,. I didnt know I had to pay to start working?????Any that knows about this company ??.thank you
hi yannets, one thing about real estate, whether there's a good trainer, you going to spend a lot of money first to get into it. be careful, i was once victimized by real estate brokers (4 of them). i even paid a lot of money for training that they promised - real estate is an experience learned, nobody can shoot it in your head just like in regular school. they will not take your hand unless it is your mother, and lead you to your success. why? because you a competition of your broker, and other realtors. you have to be a member of the association and that itself is a lot of money (approximately 1200.00 up front). ask about referral commission this is when you refer a lead to your broker (if keller williams will be your broker), if they will give you a 10% out of that deal. every broker has different way of doing brokerage. make sure that you will learn all the forms that you need to be able to function in your office and forms to function to sell and buy real estate. foreclosure homes has different way of buying and selling houses - a little bit complicated than regular, and almost all houses now that's in the market are foreclosure - this is a good thing to learn too. and try to learn how lenders work with realtors too. goodluck.

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