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  • Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

  • Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

    Waterproof Abrasives Sanding Paper for Wall and Steel

Q:i am a foreigner intending to invest in Real Estate
I see this is an old topic but if you are stiil looking to invest, Orlando FL is a nice area for foreigners to put their $$ into. Orlando is a favorite destination for international real estate buyers from around the world because of its world famous attractions such as Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, NASA Kennedy Space just to name the few. Besides the theme parks, there are many other activities to enjoy like dinner shows, shopping, beaches, golfing and watersports. This means successful traffic for investors to rent out their property and collect the cash flow. To help you start building your portfolio, it is very important that you work with a real estate expert who know what they are doing, know the market the numbers when it comes to pulling comparables and calculating the annual ROI. Following with giving you the fair and honest advice. Thats why I am here to educate you and give you the feel of the market.
Q:Really broad question, I know, but what are the nuances, elements, and phases of real estate development? I'm writing a business paper for a competition, and I'm also thinking about being an RE developer when I'm older.Here's what I know about RE Development:1) Buy undeveloped land2) Hire contractors to build houses3) Sell houses for profitor1) Buy property (preferably distress property?)2) Fix/renovate3) Rent it out while waiting for market to get better4) Sell for profitThat's my layman's knowledge of RE Development. To be clear of my question, what are the details and fine points of real estate development? What do I need, besides money? What's the best way to get money to finance this?Thanks all
EDIT: My apologies. I get the query now. :) If this church is constructing a mall so as to elevate cash, I'm no longer certain I might consider it. Though any individual above gave a few examples of church buildings that DID do it to elevate cash, so I wager it trusted what they used the money for. If any individual donates $X and the church turns it into $10X by some means after which is helping 10 instances extra individuals than they might have with the fashioned donation, I wager there are worse matters. On the opposite hand, if the leaders of that church use the money for themselves (e.g., shopping fine vehicles, and so on), I believe I might surely have a crisis. The above is all situated on if that church used to be truthfully MAKING any cash off of it; if they're truthfully wasting cash, I might like to understand their motivation. Though if they're wasting cash out of the undertaking, I gotta consider that no less than of their brain they have got a well purpose for doing this. If this church is, for illustration, activity this growth to support keep the field surrounding its headquarters or different predominant websites, and preserve it from getting run down, I'm happy with it. P.S. - I by no means concept the rationale of the query used to be to bash, sorry if I gave that impact. I simply misinterpret what you have been asking and concept a bit of explanation used to be so as. I fully grasp the query...FINALLY. ;-)
Q:Georgia Real Estate Law QuestionHello I bought a condo about 2 months ago, they are now talking about closing the community pool, can they do this and if so can I take them to court to get the loss of values that will be assessed. I have talk to an agent and they said it would drop my value by around $15,000.00 Thanks for your help.
There are full disclosure laws. You won't be able to sue the association but you may possibly sue the seller if he knew that could possibly happen and could affect the value of the property. The last townhouse that I sold, I had to disclose that the cedar siding would be replaced in the near future and that the homeowner would be accessed for the cost (special assessment).
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
You will need large deposit on house and mortgage might be diffficult. If you can get finance should eventually be a good investment (and geared/leveraged). Shares easy to trade, almost immediately. If you are making a short term profit you can easily and cheaply sell and reinvest elsewhere.
Q:I am a real estate major, and I don't intend to graduate and sell homes like others do. I want to get into heavy scale real estate investments and the like. I also want to go to law school after that and see how the combination goes. But I still dont' know what will make me a unique realtor from others who did not have a BA in it. Pls help. Thank you
I sell real estate in the Atlanta market and also have a friend that did major in real estate in college. Other than the 4 year degree that no one can take from you and can be used as a tool for advancement in your life as far as employment there is no difference having the degree or not in this business. In selling real estate you are still required to achieve the license, maintain your continuing education, and maintain the minimum requirements no matter if you have a degree or not. Good agencies will offer, in most cases, free classes to train and keep you updated on how to be productive and update you on changing laws. Our better real estate reps never completed/attended college. You can have all the education in the world on real estate but you have to know how to communicate well with others and market yourself and your agency in order to be successful, period. Be successful, also, in writing good contracts that leave no holes while representing your client, buyer or seller. Good luck and happy selling.
Q:Hello everyone! Once again I go to yahoo answers, I feel like i get better answers than searching regular yahoo nowadays. Anyways, im 22 years old, trying to figure out something to do for work. So i came to real estate.I was wondering if anyone could help me with the folllowing:1) where to start? - what classes to sign up for? - which is the most successful route to take?- how long to complete class and be actually working?2) is there anything else I could take in a class that could relate to being a better real estate agent? Like communication skills and such?3) what type of money could an average to better than average real estate agent could make anually?if anyone could help me as i try to continue searching for these answers, I would greatly appreciate it.
The requirements vary state to state, but you should probably be able to meet with a real estate agent or two to see where they recommend you take the classes. I live in Utah, and I know that there are several schools that offer the required classes. The same goes for mortgage brokers. I found the school I took my classes from by asking other mortgage brokers where the best place was. Real estate agents can likely answer your other questions too. In general, I think here in Utah it takes about 2 months, to complete the course. I think once you are a real estate agent and have some experience you can make 50-90k a year on average, but it will take a couple of years to work your way up there, once you get your contacts and learn the best method. I worked closely with a couple of real estate agents. One started just a few years before and made about 30k+ on average a year, but in one month this spring he made 67k. The other, who was the broker for the company, made quite a bit more per year, since he did commercial properties too. i would say he might make 150-200k a year, but he had done it for several more years and had a unique in within his community.
Q:I live in Kansas and have been very interested in becoming a real estate agent. Could anyone please explain the process I would have to go through in order to achieve this goal. I understand there are courses that must be taken before an exam, but so far I have only found online classes available. Are there any courses that are in a classroom? Any information on this subject would be very helpful. Thank you in advance.
Kemperk has answered you well as far as specifics. I would also encourage you to visit the local board of REALTORS and ask a lot of questions. Being a real estate agent requires personal resources to get your business up and going. Your earnings are 100% commission based and you have to pay your own way for local board membership. NAR membership, Kansas Association of REALTORS, MLS fees, broker split with any transactions, your own gas, computer, computer connection, cell phone service, additional advertising and the list goes on. All of this is paid out of pocket before your first transaction closes and you collect your first check. The State mandated basic course is usually paid by the student, the fee the State charges to take the test and fee for the license once you have passed the test. It may take you two to six months to close your first transaction if you really get out there and generate leads. I haven't covered but the tip of the iceberg but it can be a great business and a lot of money can be made but the truth of the matter is the average agent may only close a few transactions in a year and if lucky make $20 to $30k. Most will make far less but if you like people, sales, are willing to be taught and know how to manage money you will do well.
Q:I am a first time buyer and I want to know the responsibility or perpose of my real estate agent. I have one already but she seems to know less than I do about purchasing a home. HELP!
That is a problem that I have found with real estate people. they appear to be merely sales people that have been picked up off the street and run through some simple perfunctory classes for a few weeks and then they are turned loose to represent you on the most important financial decision that you will make in your life. A doctor cannot remove so much as a simple hang nail with out 4 years of medical school and 3 years of a residency on top of that . They also must pass a very rigorous licensing exam. Real estate brokers can do far more damage than that doctor removing a hagnail if they make a mistake. Yet real estate agents have almost no training and no real professional standards to speak of This needs to change. I recommend that you contact your Congressperson. Find out if they support rigorous new Federal Legislation to require much more rigorous federal licensing standards and federal licensing requirements for Real Estate Brokers and loan officers who are involved in a purchase or refinance involving a Federally Insured Loan. Federal Licensing will permit much more rigorous Educational, examinattion and training and experience requirements than is now required of real estate agents and real estate lenders. By introducing much more rigorous educational, examination and training requirements and also new tests of character requirements and financial responsibliity when they make mistakes we will weed out many of the frauds and the incompetent and will be left with a much more competent and honest group of people in the real estate industry. .
Q:I'm looking to sell a piece of luxury real estate.
Real estate auctions are good for selling distressed or highly undesirable property. The buyers are speculators that are looking to buy something cheap and below market. The auctioneers are experts at stirring up alot of excitement so that someone will buy something on impulse. However someone looking to buy a luxury home is too smart to fall for that type of sales technique. To get top dollar you need to find a person that wants to live in the home and needs to spend a lot of time evaluating the property. Find a good residential broker in the area and let him market the property properly.
Q:I have an A.S in Real Estate, Bachelors in Architecture, and plan on getting my masters in real estate development. Will being an architect, a real estate broker, and a building contractor at the same time give me an advantage to be a successful real estate developer??? What do you think?
Beyond all the data knowledge that you need to be a real estate developer- is money. You need to be very good at raising money- and planning how to work around issues that come up. For instance the time from the very start of a project (planning it and finding the property) to the end (selling the buildings) can zoom from 5 to 10 years very easily. We don't know what the economy will be like in one year- much less ten years. We also don't know much about the building and zoning requirements will be in the future years. You will need to be constantly going back to your investors and telling them why you need more money- and why it will be a while before you can return anything to them. The Excavation of the site for the Empire State Building began on January 22, 1930 (I don't know when they got the permits or started raising money). They had no idea how long the great depression would last. It is said that it did not make a profit for the investors until 1950. So how good are you at talking people into investing huge sums of money?

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