It doesn’t take a marketing genius to figure out that house rentals demand is good news for small businessmen. It is infinitely logical that if people are looking for house rentals they must have disposable income and once they move in they will shop with local businesses. Money in the bank for local businesses, so if you are a businessperson keep your eye on the classified ads to spot the hot spots in economic growth in your city.
Here’s an example!
In the Fort Worth metro area, the hot spot of economic growth is the Alliance commercial real estate area. Check out the house rental ads. Check out the apartment rental ads. Check out the construction happening around that area, commercial, industrial, and residential. A new IKEA will be opening soon there. A new Tanger Outlet Mall will also open soon. Apartments are springing up overnight, as are single-family homes. The current growth rate for the Alliance area is two-percent annually, and North Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing metro areas in the entire nation.
All good news for local businesses!
Following along with our example, let’s say there is a small businessperson looking to open up a business in North Fort Worth. Maybe that person started out with a home business, a “work from home” business, and it is time to expand. He needs an inexpensive office, a professional face for his business, and he starts shopping around for the best location. There’s a lot to choose from, he soon discovers. There are storefronts and offices available practically everywhere he looks, but there is always something wrong with them. Either they are too big or too small; either they cost too much or they do not offer him flexibility. Almost all of them are boring and drab, and say nothing about his individual vision of his business. He becomes discouraged, and resigns himself to always working from his spare bedroom.
And then one day he sees an ad for a new business park opening up in the Alliance area. He knows the Alliance area is the hotbed of economic activity, and he would love to have an office there, but everything he’s looked at there has cost too much. But this new place promises inexpensive, and one look at it has him thinking this just might be the place. The place is funky, bright, and alive with energy. It offers flexibility and it is eco-friendly. It has electric car charging stations, bike racks, and more amenities than catfish in a lake. It is everything he wants in a business park, and that day he signs on the dotted line.
That place was Box Office Warehouse Suites, the first, and only business park in North Fort Worth made entirely from shipping containers.
Shipping containers buildings are revolutionary and practical; they are inexpensive and funky; they are cool and they are eco-friendly.
And if you are a businessperson in North Fort Worth, looking for a new office for your small business, you better get down to Box Office Warehouse Suites pronto!