Wednesday, March 17, 2021 / by Eddie Smith
Making It Work: Tips For Designing
The Perfect Office Space for Your Home-based Business
As a small business owner, you’re likely working more than a typical 40-hour work week, and you may find yourself operating out of your home on a frequent basis. To ensure your operations run smoothly and have the privacy you need, a well-outfitted home office is important. According to Industry Week, it also allows you to separate work and home, which can help you create a better overall work-life balance.
Redesign Your Current Office
If your home doesn't already have dedicated office space, you may want to retrofit a bedroom, den, or niche to serve as an office. Whenever possible, select a location in your home that's outside the flow of family traffic so you can have a quiet space to work uninterrupted. Outfit your space with a desk, comfortable chair, and other office essentials like bookcases, file cabinets, computer, printer, scanner and room for storage. This is especiall; ...
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 / by Greg Imig
Here's a fun and very informative map of Charlotte County with an interactive display that gives the name and size of major developments in our area as of February 2021.
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 / by Greg Imig
EXIT Compass Realty of Port Charlotte is looking for local Real Estate Agents. The secret is out about EXIT Nationals' compensation plan - the most unique in the industry. Earn residual income for years to come. EXIT Compass has the very best leads, signage, training and environment for agents to succeed and thrive. Add a Broker who supports her agents and believes quality is more important than quantity and you'll see why EXIT Compass is a great place to hang your license. Get in on the ground floor of growth. If you're interested, call Debbie Myers at (941) 889-7299 for a chat about the possibilities.
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 / by Greg Imig
Tom VanBergen here at EXIT Compass Realty recently closed on a beautiful property in Heron Creek of North Port. Here's what he had to say;
" I recently was very fortunate to close on a 400+ thousand dollar home in Heron Creek. I could not have done it without the help and technology from our great broker, Debbie Myers. Thanks also to Betty Kedziora and Land Home Financial."
The pleasure and satisfaction of successfully matching folks with homes in our wonderful area is what keeps us going. Congratulations Tom and thank you.
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 / by Debra Myers
Authored by: Jackie Waters (Guest author)
Financial fraud is generating a lot of buzz today, as many consumers are facing related issues. Seniors can be especially vulnerable, and many people are seeing issues with stolen credit card numbers and issues that wreak havoc on your financial stability and long-term life planning.
Be wary of anybody who wants access to your finances
The National Council on Aging shares some important tips on how seniors can protect themselves from fraud, but these tips are valuable for everybody to consider. The news has reported on multiple issues in recent years of credit card data being breached by hackers, but there are fraud issues that can take place much closer to home as well.
The NCOA notes that it is not necessarily strangers who can do the most damage to one's financial well-being. Unfortunately, especially in the case of elder abuse, close family members can be the ones causing the damage. Be careful who ) ...