Math and Arithmetic
How would you obtain bids or find potential buyers for basketball memorabilia?
Asked in Housing Associations
Can condo home owner association prevent someone from buying a condo?
Whether it's a condominium unit or a home that is embedded among assets owned in common with other owners, unless the governing documents of the association specifically dictate a screening process that every potential buyer experiences, a potential buyer cannot be singled out and prevented from such a purchase. If, however, the association is a cooperative, which is a different style of real estate ownership, screening potential buyers is expected. If a potential buyer cannot survive the screening, then the purchase can be denied. Best practices dictate that you obtain a copy of the governing documents to determine whether screening is part of the purchase process for all potential buyers.
Asked in Michael Jackson
How do you get a Michael Jackson certificate of memorabilia?
To obtain a certificate of authenticity for Michael Jackson memorabilia, you have to find a local musical history expert. They are usually able to create a certificate, authenticating your memorabilia. Depending on where you live, it may be easy or difficult to find a music history expert. A local pawn shop might be a good place to ask.
Asked in Business and Industry
What is the difference in a reverse auction and an ordinary auction?
Interesting question. Here goes. A reverse auction is a type of auction in which the roles of buyers and sellers are reversed. In an ordinary auction (also known as a forward auction), buyers compete to obtain a good or service, and the price typically increases over time. In a reverse auction, sellers compete to obtain business, and prices typically decrease over time.
How do you get line voltage from a single phase 3 wire system?
Asked in Economics
Explain the determinants as well as exceptions to law of demand?
The five ceteris paribus demand determinants are buyers' income, buyers' preferences, other prices, buyers' expectations, and number of buyers. Buyers' Income: The amount of income that buyers have available to spend on a good affects the ability to purchase a good. In general, income has a direct affect on the ability to buy a good, that is, more income means more buying. However, income can actually affect demand in two ways. For normal goods, more income means more demand. For inferior goods, however, more income means less demand. Buyers' Preferences: The satisfaction buyers obtain from a good, based on buyers' preferences, wants, needs, likes, and dislikes, affects the willingness to purchase a good. If a good provides greater satisfaction, then buyers are inclined to purchase more. Other Prices: The demand for one good is based on the prices paid for other goods purchased by buyers. A change in the price of a substitute good (or substitute-in-consumption) induces buyers to alter the mix of goods purchased. An increase in the price of a substitute motivates buyers to buy more of one good and less of the substitute good. A change in the price of a complement good (or complement-in-consumption) induces buyers to demand more or less of both goods. An increase in the price of a complement motivates buyers to buy less of one good as they buy less of the complement good. Buyers' Expectations: The decision to purchase a good today depends on expectations of future prices. Buyers seek to purchase the good at the lowest possible price. If buyers expect the price to decline in the future, they are inclined to buy less now. If they expect the price to rise in the future, they are inclined to buy more now. Number of Buyers: The number of buyers willing and able to buy a good affects the overall demand. With more buyers, there is more demand. With fewer buyers, there is less demand.
Asked in Liability Insurance
Can you get liability insurance on land only and not on a home?
What to do if the person that wants to get a mortgage for your propertybut cannot obtain one until credit it corrected. How can you still sell to them?
You can take back a mortgage yourself. However, remember that you already know the potential buyer has poor credit and may not pay the mortgage payments. You should obtain legal advice from an attorney. You can take back a mortgage yourself. However, remember that you already know the potential buyer has poor credit and may not pay the mortgage payments. You should obtain legal advice from an attorney. You can take back a mortgage yourself. However, remember that you already know the potential buyer has poor credit and may not pay the mortgage payments. You should obtain legal advice from an attorney. You can take back a mortgage yourself. However, remember that you already know the potential buyer has poor credit and may not pay the mortgage payments. You should obtain legal advice from an attorney.
Asked in Energy, Chemical Energy
Most other creatures obtain their chemical potential energy by what?
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
In purchasing the idea is for buyers to always obtain the finest quality items available fr their plant to use in making the product true or false?
False. The product specifications may not require the finest quality components. For example, you do not need a high quality hardwood to produce toothpicks. The buyers objective may be to buy items at the lowest cost that meet minimum standards. Or, the buyers objective may be to buy items with the shortest delivery cycle, etc.