Flipping Fixer Upper Homes

3 Features To Look For In Real Estate Property Before Buying For A Home-Based Business

Looking for a new home is one thing, but throw the fact that you also operate a home-based business into the mix and you have a true challenge on your hands. Too many prospective home buyers who operate a business from their home snatch up a desirable property for sale before they give thought to the problems that can get in the way because that property will also have to double as a business. Before you start shopping for a new home that will be used as your business location as well, there are a few things you should know. Check out these three features to look for in real estate property before you buy it if you also have a home-operated business. 

The property has no commercial restrictions. 

You may be under the impression that if you buy a home or property with your own money, then it is yours to use as you deem fit. However, this is not always the case. In fact, many property listings have clauses and stipulations in the deeds that prevent the buyer from doing certain things, and operating a business on the property could very well be one of them. Before you make an offer or seriously consider a certain location, make sure you ask if there are any commercial restrictions on the property. 

The property has ample parking space available. 

The last thing you want if customers or clients visit your business is to have them parking out in the street because you do not have enough room in the drive. Not only can this be annoying to neighbors and others traveling through the area, it can land you in hot water with the local governing agencies. Look for a home that has ample parking space for your customer flow, so you don't run into any problems. 

The property has an easily dividable space inside. 

Regardless of whether you are planning to operate a small beauty shop or a private therapy practice, it is important that the property you invest in has space that is easily dividable from the rest of the house. You don't want customers to have to walk through your living room and kitchen to get to the business side of the property or trek through the laundry room just to get to your office. Homes that have multiple entrances are ideal for home-based business owners for this very reason. 

About Me

Flipping Fixer Upper Homes

There is a lot of interest in flipping fixer upper homes, thanks in part to the various reality shows involving the subject that you can watch on TV. However, what you see on TV isn't always the reality of this type of work. My name is Mark Chavez and I have worked flipping fixer upper homes for over a decade now. While I love the work, there isn't always as much profit as they show on television and not every flip is successful. I decided to create this website to talk about the pros, cons and truths surrounding this industry. If you have been thinking about buying a home to flip, I hope my website educates you so you have a real idea as to what you can expect.