Warehouse in a black town? Buerste?

Ignoramus12065 wrote:


Not if people give up in disgust and close the web page. Open the damn images in Paint, GIMP or any other graphics manipulation program and reduce them to 10 or 25% of the original size, then save them as thumbnails. You're just being lazy and wasting a hell of a lot of bandwidth. You don't notice it on a local system, but it is damn annoying online. It's your choice, but a lot of people who might be interested in something, or be able to help will just stop looking at anything you post. I know that I have.
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But I already display thumbnails on the index page.
So, my logic is, you look at the index page, pick pictures you want, and then look at them in the picture page -- where it makes sense to display it full size.

You can always just look at the index page -- which is what I usually post -- and then pick one or two pictures if you really want to look at them.
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Ignoramus12065 wrote:

Yawn. So, now you've sold your soul to Google?
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They pay me for ads, not for soul.
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Ignoramus12065 wrote:

That''s HOW they pay you for your soul.
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On Thu, 16 Sep 2010 13:16:12 -0500, Ignoramus12065

Our logic is "Damnit, Iggy is giving us too small a picture to see what the hell it is on one hand and the only option is to click on it and wait to see five freakin' megs download." Our suggestion is to present larger pics to click through and having them link to their bigass partners, which we click only if we want to see the fine print on any of 'em. That would be the most user-friendly approach. (see Jakob Nielsen's book _Designing Web Usability_ for more info. I haven't read this one, but Steve Krug's book might be great, too. _Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability_)

(See refutation of that above.)

I can damnear guarantee that a more user-friendly site would lead to more ad display pages, and make even more money for you, Ig. Invest!
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On Tue, 14 Sep 2010 09:02:38 -0400, "Michael A. Terrell"

Where have I screwed up? I just open one and click on "next" "next" "next" until it quits working. Gerry :-)} London, Canada
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Gerald Miller wrote:

I was replying to what Gunner said he found. Iggy said the links open in new windows, so you would open a lot of them that way. I wasn't interested in looking at the pictures, since I just went through a business buying a building and moving a few months ago. Instead, I am working on their two current websites, and they want to add a third site for a new product. Today they told me they want to change their web host, again. :(
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It looks like it was originally built for a small manufacturer, and only later became a warehouse.
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Actually I used a wrong term to describe it. It is a factory building.
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wrote:

Have you actually investigated the zoning for the building to see what type of manufacturing may be done there? At least here in Oregon, that is a problem.
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On Sep 13, 6:24am, Ignoramus20659 <ignoramus20...@NOSPAM. 20659.invalid> wrote:

The mortgage amount would be the initial amount, not current amount. Also there may be other secondary mortgages and credit lines on the property that are recoded elsewhere or not recorded at all. In otherwords, the property may have been pledged as collateral for some other purposes. You would want to not be responsible for those. A lawyer will help avoid such problems.
Don't just drive around the area, stop and get out of the car and talk to the neighbors. Find out who has used the building in the past. Are there any possible environmental or contamination problems. As soon as you buy the property, you become the responsible party. Talk to another commercial realtor, not the one with the listing, and see if they are familiar with the property. Telephone the local power company and see what power is available to the building. voltage and KVA and what the range of electrical bills have been in the past. Talk to the local fire inspector. Have there been any calls to the neighborhood?
Walk through and around the property with the listing agent. Look for closest fire hydrant. Does the building have sprinklers? Ask the agent about current insurance on the building and can he recommend a commercial insurance agent. Go talk to the agent and get a ball park figure for commercial insurance both as a user/owner and as an owner who leases out the building to a single tenant, or multiple tenants.
Can the building be partitioned off into smaller suites? What would that cost? What about parking and loading ramps? What loading can the floor hold? If concrete, is it cracked and broken? Can you see any roof problems? Any sign of water/wind damage to roof? Can blowing snow get into the building? Are there office spaces? Restrooms? How many of each? How does the outside look? Is the outside painted? If so, does it need to be repainted? What kind/size of signs can be placed on the property? Are there any signs there now and will the owner remove them?
What size/loading can the streets carry for truck traffic? How close to major highways? Can trucks easily get to/from the property? What landscaping is on the property. Cost to maintain?
Then there are property taxes. How much are they and are they current?
Then there is the cash flow question. Will you have to reduce the rent in order to get renters? Most of your renters will be brought in based on price only? Can you afford to "buy" renters to keep the cash flow going?
There, there is a start.
Good luck, Paul
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snipped-for-privacy@coinet.com wrote:

How much 3-phase power?
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800A, 3 phase, 240v. Pretty beefy cables, I did look inside the main electrical fuse box.
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On Mon, 13 Sep 2010 15:20:03 -0500, Ignoramus20659

the next question of course..is how the internal power is distributed.
Many places have power in only one section of the building of any note, the rest of the building having been used for storage of raw and finished materials.
That makes a huge difference to a company who rents space for..storage..or for manufacturing..or a combination of both.
you do realize that most new tenents will have to change much of the electrical layout to fit their needs, or try to work with what they have.
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Ignoramus20659 wrote:

Very nice.
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Right
I agree.

800A, 240V, 3 phase, I looked at the inside of the fuse box myself.

It does not look like this building had a fire.

I am trying to find out.

It could be partitioned into roughtly 14k and 5k square feet.

No idea but it is already partitioned.

about 20 car parking, ground level and semi loading ramp for two semis.

Good condition

no
no

yes
90% brick.

no but it is brick

no

I could probably place a FUCK QURAN sign, not sure about the rest

Hopefully they will remove the forsale sign

OK for semis

2-4 minutes

yes
Overgrown trees and bushes in the back.

Should be cheap

30k. The owner told me they got a reduction, I asked him for specific amount and he is strangely quiet (sorry, I have to be paranoid).

I would say if I get 50k triple net, I will be more than happy. That is $2.5 per square foot per year NNN.
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On Mon, 13 Sep 2010 08:11:44 -0500, Ignoramus20659

Wow, cheap!

What a mindset!

Ask some Dalton residents, Chamber of Commerce, area business owners, and police all those questions, Ig.
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Yes, I would call the police and ask they if they are corrupt.
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Its all relative. Compared to Chicago or Allsip or Cicero, they're an honest bunch. But, I'd be surprised if you don't pay 50 or 100 a month to watch the place.
I haven't lived in the area for 30 years but old habits die hard.
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