If I had Hammer, I Would Build in New Kent County Virginia

Written by Elaine VonCannon

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Farms of New Kent A massive building project was recently approved byrepparttar New Kent County Board of Supervisors in late May of 2005. Farms of New Kent will build out 2,520 acres surroundingrepparttar 145844 Route 249/106/609 intersection at Talleysville as a planned unit development. The New Kent Charles City Chronicle called this “the largest single development approved inrepparttar 145845 county. The plans approved byrepparttar 145846 Board of Supervisors include 1,450 age restricted (at least one occupant over 55 and none under 18 allowed) houses, 650 general market homes, 300 estate lots, 100 resort cottages, and a village center with 150,000 square feet of space surrounding a farmer’s market atrepparttar 145847 center.” Another 18-hole championship golf course is also inrepparttar 145848 works, a winery and vineyard, country inn and spa, three clubhouses, an equestrian center, bed and breakfast, and a polo field. It may take 15-20 years to build outrepparttar 145849 residential and commercial real estate space.

Kentland: Commercial Property This parcel of land is approximately 6 minutes drive fromrepparttar 145850 town of Providence Forge. It is directly opposite Brickshire and Royal New Kent’s Entrance and is zoned commercial. A small one-stop gas plaza, a Dairy Queen, and a car wash arerepparttar 145851 only retail stores located there presently.

Retire, Relocate or Purchase a Second Home in New Kent County NOW If I had a hammer, I would build in New Kent County Virginia. Ray Davis, a Board Supervisor said, “a recent survey listed New Kent County asrepparttar 145852 72nd fastest-growing county inrepparttar 145853 nation and third fastest inrepparttar 145854 state.” The time to buy in New Kent County is right now. If you are interested in learning more about buying in golf communities in Virginia, read my article “Live and Play in Your Own Backyard: Golf Communities in Williamsburg” overview at http://www.voncannonrealestate.com/Live_and_Play_in_Your_Own_Backyard_Golf_Communities_in_Williamsburg.php. Grab your hammer, and I’ll see you in New Kent County, Virginia.

Elaine VonCannon is a REALTOR with RE/Max Capital in Williamsburg, Virginia, and she manages investment property. Elaine is also an Accredited Buyer's Representative as well as a Senior Real Estate Specialist. She has helped numerous clients invest in and make money on property in Southeastern Virginia.

Analyzing Customers in Your Business Plan

Written by Dave Lavinsky

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The business plan must also detailrepparttar drivers of customer decision-making. Sample questions to answer include: 1) Do customers find price to be more important thanrepparttar 145741 quality ofrepparttar 145742 product or service? and 2) are customers looking forrepparttar 145743 highest level of reliability, or will they have their own support and just seek a basic level of service?

There is one last critical step inrepparttar 145744 Customer Analysis -- showing an understanding ofrepparttar 145745 actual decision-making process. Examples of questions to be answered here include: 1) willrepparttar 145746 customer consult others in their organization/family before making a decision?, 2) willrepparttar 145747 customer seek multiple bids? and 3) willrepparttar 145748 product/service require significant operational changes (e.g., willrepparttar 145749 customer have to invest time to learn new technologies? willrepparttar 145750 product/service cause other members withinrepparttar 145751 organization to lose their jobs? etc.).

It is essential to truly understand customers to develop a successful business and marketing strategy. As such, sophisticated investors require comprehensive profiles of a company’s target customers. By spendingrepparttar 145752 time to research and analyze your target customers, you will develop both enhance your business strategy and funding success.

As President of Growthink Business Plans, Dave Lavinsky has helped the company become one of the premier business plan development firms. Since its inception, Growthink has developed over 200 business plans. Growthink clients have collectively raised over $750 million in financing, launched numerous new product and service lines and gained competitive advantage and market share.

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