Tuesday, June 7, 2022 / by Jeannette Johnson
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When you own and operate a business out of your home, you have to make sure your living space and commercial space make it easier for you to juggle home and work responsibilities. According to the Small Business Administration, nearly a quarter of small businesses are home-based. If your home isn’t large enough to house a space for your business, you may need to upsize to a larger property.
What to Look for in a Property
Consider moving to a larger home that has a separate space already set up for a home-based business. Some properties offer potential buyers an established commercial space in a different part of the house, such as the basement, addition, garage, or guest quarters.
If you can’t find a home that is already set up for a commercial space, keep looking for a property that can accommodate your space requirements. An in-law suite, finished basement, or detached garage may be able to house your business needs with some remodeling or recon. ...
Saturday, February 26, 2022 / by Jeannette Johnson
Whether your parents decided to make a move when they retired or you relocated to pursue your career, managing a long-distance relationship with aging family members can be a challenge. If you find yourself considering whether it is time to put down roots closer to your senior loved ones, this guide from the Sadle Home Selling Team can help you make that decision.
Data cited on LongTermCare.gov shows that a person who is 65 or over has about a 70% chance of needing long-term care services at some point. If you or your loved one is having difficulty paying for outside assistance, you may want to consider whether you could provide some or all of these services yourself if you lived closer to your family member. Additionally, if you do choose to use support services, moving closer will make it easier for you to ensure your loved one is properly cared for and deal with any emergencies.
Even if you move closer, there may be some help you won&rsquos ...
Thursday, February 17, 2022 / by Jeannette Johnson
Spring is recognized by real estate professionals as “the season” to sell a home. That means that there will plenty of buyers searching the real estate market for their next home. But it also means that you will face plenty of competition from other sellers who will be listing their homes. Read on to learn some of the best tips for preparing your home for a spring sale and making it stand out from the crowd. Doing so will help you sell your home in less time and help you sell at an above average selling price.
Tip #1: Curb Appeal
The old adage that you never get a second chance to make a first impression is true. No matter how fabulous your home looks inside, if the exterior is lacking in appeal the buyers will drive right on by to the next house. By putting a little time and money into the exterior, you will invite the buyer into the home to see what is inside. All it may take is a fresh coat of paint on the front door, maybe a new welcome mat, or possibly a pot of c. ...
Sunday, January 30, 2022 / by Jeannette Johnson
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Downsizing: A Pet Parent’s Guide
Pets make our families larger and our hearts whole. But, sometimes, we have to downsize our space to make room for other things in life. When it’s time to move, keep your pet in mind, especially if your goal is less space.
Reasons We Move
There are many reasons that people move into smaller accommodations. These include things like retirement or relocation to a more expensive area where owning a large home is not financially feasible. Sometimes, we want to compact our living space so that we can save money to experience more in life. Whatever your motivation, the Sadle Home Selling Team is here to help you sell your current home and get settled into your new home with as few hiccups as possible.
A Pet-Friendly Space
Before you jump in your relocation efforts, you should take the time to sit down and decide what you need. If you have a dog, a backyard is a must. Have cats? A cozy place for a litter box and a window faci. ...
Saturday, December 11, 2021 / by Jeannette Johnson
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While the shift to ecommerce has been rapid especially in the recent past, there is still a need for brick-and-mortar presence. Finding the ideal city to launch or relocate your business is one of the most important decisions you have to make. Before you buy a home and relocate your life and business, there are several factors you need to consider.
One of the most suitable places to relocate to is Salem, the capital of Oregon. Aside from plenty to see and do, some of its best qualities include no sales tax and a low cost of living. Most of these qualities are what make it the ideal place to live and run a successful business.
The Sadle Home Selling Team offers several reasons why Salem is the perfect place to relocate your business.
Salem offers plenty of inexpensive living options. Affordable living spaces allow employees to live on low wages. This makes labor reasonably affordable which creates more “runway for the business owners. R. ...