4 Tips to Create a Comfortable Working Space at Home

If you work at home frequently you probably considered making a comfortable working space. You deserve more than just a metal desk and an extra chair somewhere stuffed into a corner. An office that reflects the design and comfort of the rest of your home makes you not only more productive, but it could also inspire you. Below we outline 4 tips for making a comfortable and inspiring working space.

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How to Sell Commercial Property Online

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If you’re looking to sell your commercial property, the internet is one of the best places to do it. The majority of buyers look for their next property online these days, especially when it comes to buying a business.

The question is, how can you sell a property online and is it doable with no experience?

Choose an online estate agent

One of the easiest ways to sell a commercial property online, is to use an online estate agent such as Hatched. They take care of pretty much everything for you, including the marketing of the property. However, you will need to typically arrange your own viewings.

Another benefit of using an agency online, is that they’ll be able to take care of all of the legalities for you. If you were to try to do it totally privately, you’d need to take care of that side of things yourself.

Make sure you get a good valuation

Although the commercial property in the UK is still thriving in contrast to the domestic property market, it’s still important to get a good valuation. This is because if you list it at the wrong price, you’re going to find it very difficult to sell.

If you have the budget, it would be worth getting two valuations from different companies. That way, you’ll know if the first one you received was accurate.

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Small Homes, Big Gains – Reasons to Consider a Smaller House

Just last year we bought a smaller house while in Lavender Bay – the tiny pocket of the lower north shore was famous as one of Sydney’s most livable suburb, and it has all the rights to be called as such. When friends stay over, most marvel at the house and just comments “I love your home!” No mention of “small,” or “too shabby,” as well.

There is beauty in being minimalist – and it’s not just being “contented,” but being practical. In this article, we will list some of the reasons why you too can experience more happiness in a smaller house.

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3 Steps for Successful Data Center Migration Plan

When a business is bought by another or two enterprises merge to become one entity, it’s necessary to relocate the data center. As a matter of fact, data center migration can be a pain in the neck. This is because the systems and equipment that must be moved are quite delicate. There is a risk of losing crucial equipment or data. Besides that, some of the equipment can get damaged when the data center is being transferred to a new location. Most companies experience these challenges simply because they fail to plan for the migration. Below are the most important steps that should be taken before transition starts.

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Do You Really Need Roof Coating in a Dry Climate?

The main purpose of a roof on any commercial building is to protect your possessions and building infrastructure from weather. The first thing that might come to your mind is rain; the second might be “But it never rains here. What’s the point?” Any Los Angeles roofing contractor will tell you that in hot, desert-like conditions, a roof coating is even more essential.

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How to Build Solid Foundation for a Home by Starting Small

Over the last couple of decades, house prices and availability have started to make it hard for new buyers and investors to get a foothold in the field of property. With many people struggling to make the deposit they need, it’s easy to see why you need to look at another approach. Building your own home is often cheaper than buying the one that is already around. Of course, this project will be a massive one, and most people will want to wait until they have some experience before they get started.

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6 Tips for Moving Your IT Infrastructure When Relocating Office

It’s almost always a good thing when a business outgrows its premises and needs to relocate to a larger space. However, without careful forward planning it can easily become a major logistical headache.

After sourcing new premises, scheduling a professional removals company, notifying your staff and clients of your upcoming move, preparations should begin for moving your IT infrastructure at least 6 months in advance of moving.

Here are 6 things to think about before embarking on a relocation of your IT infrastructure.

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5 Common Mistakes Start-ups Make When Moving Office

As a start-up business, you will experience many exciting events during your growth, including the prospect of a move to bigger and better premises.

Moving offices can seem quite straightforward on paper, whereby you can just simply pack up and go. But if mistakes are made it can be a disruptive period and have a negative effect on the productivity of the business if any additional downtime that was not accounted for occurs.

Avoid these 5 common office move mistakes below to make the whole moving process run as smoothly as possible, saving you time and money.

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Top 3 Factors to Consider When Renting an Office Space for Your Business

Owning a business comes with a great deal of responsibility. One of the most important responsibilities a business owner has is to choose an office space that is conducive to the type of work that needs to take place within the building. In addition, the space must be in a location that is accessible to the business’ target market. There is a lot riding on finding the perfect office space for your business which is why we have put together these helpful tips. This article will highlight some of the things that any business owner should look for when renting an office space.

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How Digital Environment is Changing Building Design Process

“It’s a digital life – we need a digital built environment” says BIM specialist John Eynon. Everything around us is becoming digital, but what about our buildings – and the processes we use to build them? As technology becomes more advanced in everyday life, we have also seen advancements within the construction industry that could reshape the industry as we know it. The industry is known for incorporating digital technology into their processes, but what about architects? How are architects increasingly using technology to design innovative buildings of the future, so that the industry can keep up with the everchanging times?

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