5 reasons buying your commercial office space makes sense

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You’ve probably asked yourself the question “Should I lease, or should I buy” in the past when it came time to get a new car or decide on where you wanted to live. But, it’s also a question to ask yourself if you own your own business. If you’ve been struggling to find a rent that fits your needs, dealt with increased rent year after year, or you’ve outgrown your current space – it may be time to investigate buying your own space. Purchasing commercial real estate is a big step that can have far reaching impacts on your business’ cash flow, balance sheet, and funding options, so it does require some serious thought. If you have the capital, here’s why now is the time to act.

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Your Credit Score – Why you should be checking it often before applying for credit

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If you are like most people, you typically don’t think about your credit score until you are getting ready to apply for credit. But more and more places are using your credit background to determine if you are an ideal and responsible candidate. Employers, landlords, and even insurance companies are now using your credit score to qualify you. On many levels, you are defined by your credit score – like it or not! Continue reading “Your Credit Score – Why you should be checking it often before applying for credit”

Finding the right tenant to lease your Commercial Property

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There’s really only one reason to buy commercial property – and that’s to make money. So, finding the right business to rent space from you is critical to your investment and your future. Before you hang that For Lease sign there are a few things to consider making sure you get the most bang for your buck! Continue reading “Finding the right tenant to lease your Commercial Property”

Passwords – How often should you really change them?

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For as long back as I can remember, I’ve always been told to change my passwords often, don’t use the same password for multiple accounts, make them complex, don’t use a variation of the word “password” and don’t write them down where someone can find them. Sounds like good advice, right? But some people don’t take this advice seriously – but why? Continue reading “Passwords – How often should you really change them?”