What is the average annual salary for an owner broker of a property management company of single family homes?
According to the website Salary.com, the median expected salary for a typical physician in the field of hematology or oncology in the United States is $253,718 (see Related Link). . But according to an oncologist (cancer doctor) working in the field, the salary range is wide, depending on the …position in which you work. Beginners often times start off at $30,000, but can make it up to $200,000 annually. ( Full Answer )
The salary for a paramedic varies by where you work. Say for instance you work for a private service (i.e. AMR, Rural Metro) your likely to have fairly decent pay around $15-19/hour if you work in a large city like Houston. If you work for a fire deptartment or what's sometimes called a 3rd city ser…vice, you will make on average 36-45k/year starting out. The more experience you have the better. Where I work experienced paramedics, once they're off probation, can start out between $55-60k. Paramedic median: $29,271 range: $25,933 to $33,070 quite alot In general, I think a paramedic can earn about $30,000 a year. A paramedic in New York City can earn just over $37,000 as a base salary. The base salary does not include overtime and other benefits. Also, your base salary increases on an annual basis. Answer The median in the U.S. is $36,950. It can vary greatly by geographic area, civil service vs private, and years experience, but not likely to be more than $60,000/year. I MAKE MORE THAN $65K IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. THEY'RE MAKING MORE THAN $100K IN SAN FRANCISCO. I would say a good ballpark figure is around 40k. Of course, like most jobs, pay increases with seniority. These people save lives on a daily basis, but their salaries certainly do not reflect their crucial role in the healthcare system. A paramedic is a health care professional who works in emergency medical situations and provides basic or advanced life support treatment in a pre hospital situation. They usually work in ambulances, emergency response vehicles or even bicycles. They provide a initial assessment, a diagnosis and a treatment plan. They are dispatched from Ambulance stations or sometimes Hospitals. They respond to any emergency medical situation that they are dispatched to and provide treatment and Transport to a hospital for further advanced care. How skilled are Paramedics? In Canada there are 3 levels of paramedic. EMR(Emergency Medical Responder): Technically not paramedics but they are 1 below. PCP(Primary Care Paramedic): This is the mid level of paramedicine, PCPs make up the majority of paramedics in Canada. ACP(Advanced Care Paramedic): Must be a PCP for a certain amount of years. A ACP is a highly advanced paramedic Who is called in for cases to assist PCPs. Certain provinces in Canada do not have ACPs. ACPs are in some situations more "qualified" then Nurses(same with PCPs). There are 2 types of life support paramedics are trained in depending on there scope of practice. BLS(Basic Life Support) and ALS(Advanced Life Support). Paramedics usually have Life Lite helicopters that can be called in to assist if the injured is in a more isolated Situation. The Canadian Forces also have SARTechs(Search And Rescue Technicians) who are trained PCPs and save people who are isolated using a variety of techniques. When 911 is called the dispatcher will dispatch 1 Ambulance unless more are required(so if more than 1 person is injured TELL THEM). Canadian ambulance services, combat medics, and paramedics are some of the best in the world I've been told even better then Americas(sorry). In Canada there are some ambulance companies that are provincial such as BCAS(British Columbia Ambulance Service), then some are based on the city(Toronto EMS), and more rarely paramedics are also Firefighters and work at a Fire Station(more common in America). It can take anywhere from 3 years to 6 months of college and training to be qualified as a PCP. And many years of PCP experience To become a ACP and a VERY confusing course(my dad knows a ACP who can out smart doctors, he knows his stuff). Once done college training as a Paramedic they must pass a provincial test to become officially qualified. As a Paramedic training never stops, you constantly learn in the field and always advance your skills. Being a Paramedic is difficult though, my dad has said that "sooner or later you'll get tired of seeing death and Either shut off the feelings for other people or just go completely insane"(he's seen it happen). Paramedics are also paid quite good, payment can start at around 40,000 and go up as they become more experienced as high as 70,000 and higher if they decide to go ACP. Paramedics save lives on a constant basis and there contribution to society should not be forgotten. Every paramedic is a hero to me, same as every police officer and Firefighter who face danger every day. They do it for a living. And they love what they do. ( Full Answer )
Answer . About $85,000 in the Charlotte area of NC, I've read slightly higher numbers for GA and surrounding areas.
The average annual salary for 1933 was $1,550.00. The average costof a home in 1933 was $5,750, and the cost of a loaf of bread wasseven cents.
Wal-Mart Management Salary Scale Asset Protection Coordinator- $38,500 - 55,000 Assistant Manager - 38,000 - 65,000 People Manager (HR) - 38,000 - 75,000 Co-Manager - 60,000-120,000 Store Manager - 80,000 - 300,000 with bonuses etc. Market Merchandisers (Electronics, Grocery, Fash…ion, TLE) - 85,000 - 110,000 Market Asset Protection, Human Resource - 85,000 - 115,000 Market Manager - 142,000 - 400,000 ( Full Answer )
The average annual salary for a registered nurse is around $69,000dollars a year. Nurses usually work rotating shifts of 12 hours ata time.
it varies from $65,000 to $95,000, depending on wher you live and the employer size.
The average salary in 2008 was around 41,328 dollars. The averagesalary in 2008 is fairly close to the average salary in 2014, whichis 45,473 dollars a year.
A company figures their annual salaries based on budgeted amountsthat are usually handed down from corporate. Most companies haveset salaries and salary levels, at least to begin with.
The average annual salary for a geologist is about $41,000. Thiswill vary depending on the particular field of geology and thelevel of experience among other factors.
The annual salary for a property manager depends on where you liveand the company you work for. The average annual salary for aproperty manager in San Francisco, CA is $64,000. The nationwideaverage is $47,000.
The average welder makes 32,000 dollars in Mississippi. Welderstend to have their own businesses on the side and can make extraincome.
The average yearly salary for someone who owns a daycare center is$48,170. On the high end, salaries can reach $58,190.
A Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) makes about $82,000 to start, with a median salary of approximately $90,000. Obviously these figure vary based on other factors, including geography, etc.
The average salary is $59,000. The basic salary will rangedepending on many other facts including the sizeÃof the company
My father is a wal-mart district manager, he makes around 200,000 from what I gather. He would never tell me though.
A bank manager has an average salary of around $56,000. A branchmanager may make double that amount or more.
The average cost of an electric bill for a single family home isabout $60. However, this varies depending on the usage ofelectricity in the particular home.
The average salary earned in Canada around 1948 was $7,754. Thisnumber includes farming and manufacturing jobs do within eachprovince. .
The average amount of money that you can earn would be between $30,000 - $80,000. This only depends on who you serve and how much and how long and it also depends on what state that you are in.
The following is by and according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics as of May 2008. Median annual wages of fire fighters were $44,260 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $31,180 and $58,440. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $22,440, and the highest 10 percent earned more …than $72,210. Median annual wages were $44,800 in local government, $45,610 in the Federal Government, $25,300 in other support services, and $37,870 in State governments. Median annual wages of first-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers were $67,440 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $53,820 and $86,330. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $40,850, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $108,930. First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers employed in local government earned a median of about $69,000 a year. ( Full Answer )
the annual salary of a family law attorney is ranged on the number of people in the family
I took a course offered by InterstateAuthority and the gentleman stated that the average commission(if you own your own business) is 15%.
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Entry level drafters earn +/-$25k/yr, mid level drafters earn +/-$35-42k/yr and high level drafters earn +/-$50-55k/yr.. If one specializes in an specific design area, like 3D presentations & renderings, you can command a higher salary, typically.
The average salary of a manager is 50,000 dollars a year. This isusually the low end of a corporate manager and the middle end of aretail manager.
The Median Salary by Years Experience for a Retail Store Manager with 5-9 years experience was $33.7k to $49.9k. The variance could be geographical, years experience and with or without benefits such as vacation, medical, etc. If you are a GM at Target, Walmart Etc. your making over $100,000 a year.… ( Full Answer )
It depends on store store location, performance, sales volume, etc. It usually starts at about $55k per year. I've seen guys with over 30 years making just shy of $90k. They pretty much peak at $100k. Bonuses are based on sales vs. plan, EBITDA vs. plan, etc. Once about every 5-10 years, a store …manager might actually achieve a bonus (about $10-15k), then the corporate gods will make sure that his/her plan is unattainable for the next few years. ( Full Answer )
Normally $100,000 yearly. But it can be $50,000 or $78,000, depending on how big and popular the restaurant is.
Are the all Canadians so ignorant ?? do you know how long we have a metric system ?? Go back to school you idiots
Generally realtors are commissioned sales people. The broker makes a percentage of his sales staff's income. This obviously varies by quite a bit.
I think it was about or around $12,000.00 Keep in mind things were cheaper then. A house cost $27,000 compared to the average $400,000 now!! Sucks, huh?
I recently bought a single family home in California and the previous owner left a motorcycle on the property -How do I take legal ownership of this motorcycle - It doesn't have a license plate?
It is abandoned property left on your property by the previous land owner.. I suggest running a VIN search by your state's motor vehicle office just to make sure the bike isn't stolen as it is rather unusual for the previous owner to leave behind a motor vehicle unless he knows that it is illegal o…r is junk (maybe the engine is busted?). ( Full Answer )
Salary ranges for a judge vary from \ncountry to country, state to state, even county to county. In addition \nthere are various types of judges from low level courts through the \nsupreme courts and federal courts. A judge is typically well paid for\ntheir location but that range is very dependen…t on many factors. Local \njudges may range from $30,000-$90,000. Federal judges often range from \n$100,000 up to $200,000. Television show judges with their own show make even more; potentially millions if their show is heavily syndicated. ( Full Answer )
An NFL owner has the average salary of 16.3 million- They make an average of about 1 mil per game!
American people in the Manufacture's laborforce who participated in the census of 1870 reported they earned$129 per year.
Unless it is in the contract or required by law, the property management company is probably not required to tell the property owner if a tenant commits suicide. However, common sense and protection from possible liability would recommend that action. A death would have occurred on that piece of pro…perty. The property owner should be notified. The property owner should have a copy of the investigation and a copy of the death certificate. If the property owner never receives a certified letter with a copy of the investigation, it would seem like the management company might be part of a coverup in a death. So, to protect itself, the property management company should send the property owner a certified letter with a return receipt containing the report of the investigation. ( Full Answer )
it depends it could be from 55,000 dollars a year all the way up to getting a military contract at up to 25,000,000 a month like colt firearms and also how old are u 15 16 maybe :/
Analyzes and interprets data from various sources. Compiles reports, charts, and tables based on established statistical methods. Requires a bachelor's degree in area of specialty and 4-6 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practice…s, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. About $65,000 per year. According to Salary.com ( Full Answer )
I'm not sure about the average but my boyfriend's dad is a director for a huge retail chain here in Ireland and is on about 250K (euro).
As said of the JFK assassination and recited in the movie "Star Trek VI", the first rule of assassination is to kill the assassins. In that case, any payment for work done would not likely be made at all. A good number of assassinations have been done or attempted by persons of unsound mind. In thes…e cases, payment would be to be crazy and in jail, or crazy and hung. If you are a Navy Seal or in the SAS, it's standard hazardous duty pay. As for the CIA, KGB or the British SIS (aka MI6), I would guess they are simply on salary. Since the military and intelligence agencies are not known as high paying organizations, I would guess the answer is "not much". I wouldn't regard "hit men" as assassins but simply paid murderers. However, contrary to Hollywood scripting, they are paid a rather paltry sum and are not usually offered a lot of work. Actor Woody Harrrelson's father was a hitman who died in prison in 2007. This fate is part of the usual retirement plan for this profession. He both boasted of and denied an involvement in the JFK assasination. He has been regarded as one of "the three tramps" found in a boxcar behind the grassy knoll. While their photographs exist - three clean shaven, well-dressed tramps - the arrest records, fingerprints, etc. were somehow "lost" by the Dallas Police. The word assassin dates back to the First Crusade with Hassan-i-Sabbah and his Fida'i (suicide agents). It's early etymology came from Marco Polo who reported that in his mountain-top stronghold Sabbah would drug his agents with hashish, lead them to a heavenly garden where they would be entertained and told that if they carried out their assignment they would be transported to an even better version in Paradise when killed. Thus the word assassin was thought to come from "hashishin", the usual Arabic translation of "assassin". This is now generally regarded as incorrect although no written record remains as Mongols burned the library of the Assassins in 1257. ( Full Answer )
Approximately 1450 sq ft based on sales on our MLS system. That includes all styles of single family detached homes (2 story, bungalow, split level etc)
The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can arrange to purchase the property from the estate administrator. The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can arrange to purchase the property from the estate administrator. The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can… arrange to purchase the property from the estate administrator. The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can arrange to purchase the property from the estate administrator. ( Full Answer )
An affiliate manager can well make over $70,000 per year depending on the training and experience. You have to consider the geographical location and the size of the company. Any company located in a larger city will pay a higher salary and the probabilities of having a better benefit package will i…ncrement as well. ( Full Answer )
About $52,000 at public schools, but it starts lower (between 25-35 thousand) and can get up to around $60,000. It all depends on the school district (focus on the arts, average family income, test scores, funding, etc.)
Can a property management company tell the tenant that they are the owners in fee of a property if they are not the fee owners?
There is nothing to prevent a property management company from lying about the ownership of the property, as long as that does not contribute to a fraud. It is not uncommon for a fee owner of rental properties to hire a property manager and grant it power to represent the owner and manage the prop…erty. That may lead to misunderstanding as to who is the owner. However, the identity of the fee owner is easy to determine. You can research the fee owners in the local land records and at the town assessors office. If you think a misrepresentation has harmed you then you should call or visit your local landlord-tenant agency or consult with an attorney. ( Full Answer )
Considering they're paid in hair clippings, not much. I'd say maybe about 20 lbs a year if they're good. Don't believe me? ask one: 484-942-9413
The average pediatrician made roughly $90,000 USD in 2012. However, this will vary widely depending on your location and type of practice (public or private).
Tha average salary of an investment broker is depending on a lot of factors. The base per annum salary in the U.S. is between $50,000 and $60,000. On top of that there can be bonus payments for reaching trade quotas and revenue goals.
Depending upon the employer, the average salary of an investment manager varies. Wells Fargo is one of the lower average salaries at about $84,000 per year. Alpinvest Partners is on the higher end, having an average salary of $140,000 per year.