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. ...
Tuesday, March 16, 2021 / by Jeannette Johnson
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When your home-based business has outgrown your home, does that mean it’s time to buy or lease an office space? Not necessarily. If you enjoy working from home, you can continue reaping the benefits by finding a different home that better accommodates your work and life.
The Sadle Home Selling Team thrives on helping our clients get the most out of their real estate experiences. That’s why we’ve provided some information and advice on how you can successfully navigate the process of moving to a new home while still operating your business.
Evaluate Your Needs
When considering what kind of home you need, you must factor in anything that will allow you to work productively and your family to live comfortably. Do you need more square footage, a different layout, or both? Do you need to be located near the city so that clients have easy access to your business, or would your family prefer to live in the suburbs or coun ...
Monday, June 29, 2020 / by Rick Sadle
Supporting local has always been a credo in Portland, Oregon. Local doesn’t just mean Portland, but Oregon in general. We like to eschew big corporations wherever possible and support small local businesses and local chains.
We also believe in eating healthy and eating sustainably. Contrary to what many believe, the family farm is dying. Most farms are owned by foreign corporations, and it’s estimated that only two percent of farms in the United States are truly family owned, and most of these farm only vegetables.
So, when there’s a true family farm that offers sustainable meats to consumers with Oregon values, it’s important to support them. Enter Oregon Family Farm.
Jefferson, Oregon, city sits on the right bank of the Santiam River between Salem and Albany along Oregon Route 164 east of Interstate 5. Located south of Portland, Oregon near the state capital in Salem, Jefferson is a small (as of 2010, the population was 3,098), rural community and t/ ...