Organizing the World: The Faces of Shoeboxed part III

With Shoeboxed there has never been one “best” way to use our service to stay organized. And after scanning millions of receipts and business cards since 2007, we say that from years of firsthand experience!

Shoeboxed takes enormous pride in serving clients from around the country and across ­the globe, all of whom use our service in a myriad of ways to fulfill a whole host of organizational needs in both their personal and professional lives.

With that in mind, Shoeboxed is both pleased and honored to launch a series that spotlights our wonderful users, their success stories, and countless ways satisfied Shoeboxed customers worldwide are utilizing our service to stay organized.

Battling Bills in the Bay: Jonathan Fleming & Associates

“Just imagine how much work you spend storing, filing and finding paperwork. Just for pennies on the dollar Shoeboxed handles all the hassles of an administrative assistant while freeing you to make your enterprise even more incredible.”

– Jonathan Fleming

Introducing: Jonathan Fleming
Profession: Realtor
Location: San Francisco, California
Website: www.Localhouseinfo.com
Blog: activerain.com/blogs/jonathanfleming
Twitter: @jonathanfleming

About Jonathan:

Jonathan Fleming is President and CEO of Jonathan Fleming & Associates, an innovative real estate sales and marketing company based in San Francisco. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Jonathan is proud to offer his professional experience, can-do energy, and firsthand knowledge of local neighborhoods to help people buy and sell great properties. With an avid passion for his vocation, Fleming hosts monthly workshops throughout the Bay Area about First-Time Home Buyer programs, FHA Lending programs, Nurse Home Buying programs, 1031 Tax Exchange, Foreclosure REO properties, and Baby Boomer home-selling seminars. When he’s not working Jonathan enjoys exploring Oakland and San Francisco, finding new restaurants and hiking in the Bay Area’s beautiful coastlines.

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