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Month: September 2016

Get A Bite Out the Teeth Whitening Business

Did you know that of all the cosmetic procedures in the world, teeth whitening comes out on top? It has become a $14 billion industry and is gaining popularity even more. This means people are willing to invest in time and money in improving their looks starting with their smiles and that includes their teeth.

Teeth whitening is probably one of the fastest and most affordable ways for someone to improve one’s appearance in the shortest amount of time. This explains why more and more people, at any age, want to get on this bandwagon and start looking good! This also opens up a wonderful chance for business-minded people to get a piece of this dental pie.

Teeth Whitening Specialist

How to begin in the teeth whitening business

Do your research! Not all businesses prosper simply because the budding entrepreneur did not take time and do research on the products and services they provide. All they cared about is starting it up and wait for the money to come in.

Get a franchise or distribute an existing brand

Some brands and products are already established and are known in Australia. One way to start a teeth whitening business is get a franchise of an existing business or become an official distributor of a brand or be trained by the company to be a certified teeth whitening specialist. And they will provide you with all products, materials, training, and equipment that are approved by the Australian Dental Association. The nice thing about a franchise is that they will give you regular support in your business. Your gain is their gain, too.

Most programs do not take long and you get certified after taking an exam of their training courses. Most of these courses cover everything that you would need to be on your own with your franchise. Some of the topics include:

  • What is cosmetic teeth whitening
  • Understanding teeth
  • Treating sensitive teeth
  • Identifying the ideal client
  • Procedures and materials
  • Post-whitening care
  • Building your clientele and referral system
  • Seminars on new equipment and procedures
  • And many more…

Getting into a business

Smiling female with white teethYou can buy into an existing successful teeth whitening business to get you started. However, once you’re in, you’re mostly on your own. Unlike franchising, it isn’t as structured when you buy into the business. You are like getting into an already existing market with a proven business system. There are no franchise fees. Your next move is how to set up your new teeth whitening business and how to market your store. You could find a small store for rent or a kiosk in a mall or at your home and do the marketing straight from your small home office.

Buy an existing one

The third and easiest way is to buy an existing teeth whitening business that’s for sale for one reason or another. This is the easiest because all you need to do is put up the money being asked and you’re all set. You will get the training and the whole business operation before or after sales.

The possibilities to earn and help people with their teeth whitening needs are endless. Think about it and start researching today!

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Essential FAQs About Choosing a Settlement Agent for Your Real Estate Transaction in Australia

Buying a Home

As a property buyer, there are many things you need to consider when doing a transaction settlement on a property. During the process, it is sometimes necessary for a buyer or a seller to obtain legal advice. A settlement agent (also called conveyancer) can advise you of the right questions to ask when viewing a property as a thorough property inspection can reveal any issues that should be addressed in the contract. Here are a few things you should know before hiring the services of a settlement agent.

Do I need a settlement agent or should I go directly to a solicitor?

Most transactions in Australia are handled by conveyancers who are not solicitors. This is not surprising when professional non-solicitor conveyancers have been recognised here for around 150 years. Conveyancers were often referred to as land-brokers in the past.

Will a settlement agent’s services be cheaper than a solicitor’s?

This is not exactly true. An important thing to keep in mind is that settlement agents and solicitors both provide specialist, professional advice and charge for their services accordingly. In most cases, the fees will reflect the complexity of the transaction; this is true whether you use a registered agent or a solicitor. The real difference is that conveyancers are specialists who work only in this area whereas solicitors work in many areas of the law. As with most things in life, you tend to get what you pay for. A registered conveyancer offers expert advice, professional service and peace of mind.

Does a settlement agent provide indemnity insurance?

Yes, all conveyancers who are members of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers are required to be protected by professional indemnity insurance. This is to protect you, the consumer, in the unlikely event that something does go wrong. You can feel secure dealing with an AIC member.

Are there limits to what a settlement agent can do for me?

As a property owner, it is crucial to be able to understand what your conveyancer can, and can’t do for you. It is also important that you explain very clearly your position and your requirements. AIC members are encouraged to always use plain English, not complicated legal terms, so you understand exactly what is happening. You also need to tell your conveyancer of anything that may impact on the transaction. If you have severe financial restrictions, tight time limits, or any other specific concerns or special requirements, be sure you explain this at the very beginning. Nobody wants surprises or misunderstandings to ruin your transaction.

How should I best select my settlement agent?

settlement-agencyAsking around or researching the internet for reliable specialists is always the best idea. You should also be thorough during your selection process. Here are a few things you should inquire about before settling with one conveyancer: – are they a member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers, what are their fees and what exactly are they offering, will they provide additional services and at what cost, what government fees and charges will you need to pay?

I have a couple of agents that I use but when I have a question, my go-to settlement agency is Perth Settlement Agents WA. They provide an excellent service to me so feel free to give them a call if you would like to know any information that is not covered in this post.

As a buyer it is important that you are aware of all relevant facts and possible issues. A conveyancer will help you get all these things in order and more.

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