Archive for the ‘Seals’ Category

Want to Be A Real Estate Appraiser?

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

Real estate appraising is perhaps one of the best jobs in the world. It gives you many opportunities to hone your skills in different aspects, as well as provides you with your own space. However, best reason is that you can be your own boss! If you are an aspiring real estate appraiser, it is important for you to know a few things about the profession. To be a appraiser, you must obtain a trainee license, for which you need to check with your state’s licensing board. There are many online schools that offer classes for your trainee license.

The job of a real estate appraiser is to estimate the value of real property when it is bought, sold, assessed, taxed, insured, condemned, or mortgaged. This work requires the professional to research, analyze and even write a lot, that a real estate appraiser normally does in his respective office or office setting. Like many other professionals, a real estate appraiser requires to sign, stamp or seal a lot of documents. A seal or stamp shows that the documents are produced by a registered or licensed professional in that field. The stamp or seal represents a professional and says that the professional is licensed to practice that profession in a particular state under its laws and regulations. (more…)

Looking For Corporate Seals?

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

If you are planning to start your business, be ready to get a corporate seal! You might not be able to realize the importance of a corporate seal now, but once you get to make an itemized list of what you will need to successfully run your business you may get the advice from someone to include a company seal on the list. Then you may ask the importance of such a seal.

Corporate seals have come a long way and are still used by organizations all over the world. Well, a corporate seal is a stamp that can be used basically on documents to create the company’s mark. To be very precise, organizations have been using this tool to signify important agreements between two parties. Under ancient common law, a corporate seal was commonly used to bind the corporation to contracts. History says, official corporate seals were introduced in the 17th century and initially they were used by royal families or people who held vast political power and the world’s first banks. During that time, anyone who would receive a document or envelope with a company seal would know that it’s  very important. (more…)

Looking For Professional Seals, Stamps and Embossers Online

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

I think everyone would agree that internet has made most things quite easier, especially, in the area of shopping! Online shopping comes across as a very practical and less time-consuming option as compared to visiting store to store. One of the best things about online shopping is that you are most likely to find whatever you are looking for at just a click away. Besides, the fact that Internet hosts a wide range of stores makes it easier for you to pick a product from the many of your choice. Online shopping can be regarded as more efficient way of shopping, since you can buy products from shops all over the country and have them delivered to your place.

If you are a professional engineer or architect, you may be required to stamp a few documents. And for this job, you need specific products, like a professional engineer stamp or professional embossing seals, but it is often hard to find this stationery at your local retail stores. This is when online shopping may prove helpful for you! Online shopping for these products can take only a few minutes. However, this is important to find the right shop from where you can get your professional seal or stamp made. Online shopping could not get better, given the fact that it offers quality products, which come in a variety and at competitive prices! (more…)