Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

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Abrasives Sanding Paper for Constructions

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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  • Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

  • Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Stainless and Machine

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Q:I would like some real facts and figures on this. Was there any real research on this or is it just a lot of hype to sell real estate courses?Did a govenment agency or somebody else came up with the figure of 90%?
The answer to this is that it is true, depending on how you look at things. Of course real estate courses are usually promoting the idea of owning property (house/duplexes/apartment buildings, etc) and renting them out for income and holding for appreciation or fix and flips. There are also ways to use real estate other than renting it to make money. For example: what business is McDonald's in? Your answer might be 'selling hamburgers'. But according to Ray Kroc (the founder of McDonald's) his business was real estate. McDonald's owns some of the most expensive pieces of property in the country. According to him he could just have easily used the real estate to build car washes and made money that way. Basically, there are four ways to get rich. Inherit it, marry it, win it or earn it. Under earning it, there are making money in stocks or the stock market, starting a business and real estate. There are exceptions such as athletes and movies stars who earn millions. If you move some of the starting a business to the real estate column (like McDonald's) you can see how someone might say 90 percent of millionaires got that way by owing real estate. I have never seen any studies or government reports that tried to make this type of classification. Who would make the decision? Some of this '90 percent of millionaires got that way by owning real estate' is hype, but then there is a lot of truth to it also, plus it is something that anyone could do. Starting a business requires and idea, a business plan, capital, marketing, selling, etc. Investing in stocks requires money and knowledge and luck about what and when to buy and sell. Real estate is something where you can start small and in the past could get banks and mortgage companies lend you the money to purchase. And then of course there is the appeal that the real estate courses promote that you need no money or credit to get started. Good Question
Q:Ok I am 28, just paid off mortgage and am now looking to generate passive income. This is what I know, if I am incorrect in any of this please advise me on the correct understanding. I have about 3k a month to invest.PROS/CONSReal Estate: Great deals on foreclosuresTax break (interest, depreciation, property taxes, insurance, labor, parts etc)Higher yields or profit margin ROIPhysical labor, Tenants, Possible non-rented monthsImmediate passive income Dividends:No effort (physical)Somewhat recession ProofROI lowerLong term investing
The okorder All the best.
Q:I'm 22 married with no children. Just received my bachelors in february. Currently working in a salaried sales position, ben there 9 months, about 100 miles from my home and im completely miserable. I really want to pursue my dream of being a real estate agent. I love the independence of the career. I'm wondering, though, if I could even make money as an agent now? Im young but I still have bills that need to be paid so I cant pursue something that won't bring us money.
Stay with the job that you are at and start your real estate career part time. That way you will still be able to afford to pay your bills because when you first start out as an agent it may take you 90 days before your first transaction. The time is excellent to go to real estate school now so that when the market starts to climb you will be able to get out there right away. If you wait until the market is good, you'll be in school while everyone else will be hitting the ground. Do not take online real estate classes if you want the expertise of an agent who may be teaching a course at your local college or an independent real estate school.
Q:I have a few thousand saved up, I am in the military and was wondering if I could do this part time. Whether it be by purchasing a foreclosed home an renting it out, or working for a broker when I end my contract. I have an opportunity to go to college online and I am also wondering what would be a good degree to aid me in the long run in this field. What would you guys recommend? I have no family in the field and do not know anyone who has experience in the field either. Do folks normally have the money required (if they opt on flipping homes) or are loans taken out for the rookie? I live in NC but if I were to get out the military I'd be moving back to New Jersey.... expensive state along with its real estate. If I were to decide in flipping over working for a broker, how much should I have saved up? Thanks in advance.
Get your real estate broker with 100% commission or one that will send leads to you. After you get a feel for what is a good and bad deal. Then buy
Q:Im looking to be a real estate agent. I plan to begin school soon to get my license. I have done alot of reading on real estate agents and the very high failure rate amoung new comers. I have always worked with people in all my jobs and I have always been a giver. I know also the area I live in within the next couple of years will be a sellers market, and there is great chance to make some money. I do understand you dont just jump into this making money and it might be a very long time before I get a pay check. My main concern is getting my name out there i just moved here about a few months ago so I dont know very many people and being a 23 year old women Im nervous about anyone wanting to work with me since im not so expierenced. Then again my next thought is " Well isnt that how everyone beings? My father since I remember has been a real estate agent till latley and he still is in sales but does real estate on the side can you do it part-time? I read that it isnt possible.
Wow that is quite the pitch from the Keller Williams guy.. Not that there is anything wrong with that, I just got a chuckle out of it! I am also a young woman and I started a few years ago in the business... funny thing is No one ever asked me how long I had been doing it.. They only ask people that when they seem to be unexperienced. So I never had that issue come up and I doubt you will either if you don't let your age bother you it won't bother anyone else. The issue with Part time Real Estate is that you never get enough momentum going to become sucessful.. the Real Estate bussiness is about building a pipe line of clients/customers and eventually they will start to come out the other end as sales refferals but if you don't spend the time stocking your pipeline you will only see very minimal results. Getting your name out there is going to take time, no doubt about that. The best thing you can do is take floor time, do Open Houses etc,, anything that will get you leads to work.. once you get a few customers and do a good job for them, you will be on your way to making a good name for your self. Also you will want to find a Broker who spends the time investing in their new Agents. Best of luck!
Q:i thought i'd ask in a different context...are real estate prices in boulder, co going down? if so, how much and for how long (in your opinion)? i looked at valuations at zillow and they seem to be all over the place...i'd love to hear from folks who are familiar with real estate prices in boulder proper. thanks!
According to a Real Estate broker's analysis in September of this year, the median price went from $513,750 to $548,000. However, there was a 25% increase in homes available on the market, without a commensurate increase in sales. So that at least is a sign for buyers. I also recall reading in the Rocky Mountain News (sorry, I don't think it's still online) that central-Boulder's 80302 and 80301 zip codes had gone up, while suburban and rural Boulder's 80303 and 80304 zip codes had gone down and stayed flat, respectively. That's from my memory so take it with a grain of salt. See the blog and blog entry below for more information.
Q:I am just now getting ready to take my pre-licencing courses for a Texas Real Estate sales license. At this point I know absolutely nothing about it. Is it hard to make a decent living? Should I get a job as as realtor first and then they sponsor me to get my license or is it easier to just have my license before I go job hunting? Please anyone who could give me some "start-up" tips....it would be greatly appreciated! We will be in the San Antonio area. Thanks in advance!
You should have a contract for your compensation signed by the broker and you. If you don't you might loose your cut, alot of brokers do this shady stuff. I would also go into the office and talk to them in person.
Q:I would like to open a real estate company. So I want a best name for my companyWhich name will best for the real estate company?
Name your company on the name of your loved ones.
Q:If you want them to find a house that you like, do you have to pay them while their doing trying to find one, or only when you buy from them? Can i find some random real estate agent and tell them what i'm looking for at what price range and have them call me when they find one?
The buyer agents are typically paid at closing. If they ask for money up front that is so uncommon it would be suspicious. Find a good, full time experienced agent and give them your specific criteria: # of bedrooms, cost, locale, amenities, you name it. They'll plug those criteria into their multiple listing software (the database of all home for sale by realtors in the area) and they should either email the listings to you or give you the printouts. Pick the homes that interest you and have them schedule the showings accompany you. When you find one you like, they'll facilitate the offer and negotiations. Anything you don't know, they should advise teach you. They should also give you some direction in finding a good mortgage company and attorney if they are used in your state. Good luck and have fun.
Q:What other ways of making money there are in a real estate company, besides selling? If I don't make any sale, will I be able to make some income working at the office?Thank you
There are options available such as: * You can work at a new home site office. Developers need people to staff a new community and answer questions that the visitors may have. There may be limited opportunity for this in FL because of the current economic/new housing situation, but it may be worthwhile to investigate. You are paid hourly for this job. There are are staffing companies that can hire you for this job. * You can work in leases instead of selling. This can be done with your current license and the local MLS. * Jobs should be available at apartments; you could work as a manager or an associate. * You can probably diversify into commercial real estate and do the same thing as above i.e. leasing out commercial properties. * If you already have some experience, jobs should be available at corporations such as real estate developers, investment companies, and ancillary industries. You do not necessarily have to sell real estate in these jobs -- you could use your experience to get into areas such as marketing. Hope this helps. It may also be good to google and see what other options might be available.

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