You don’t need us to tell you that house to rent prices are too high for average Americans. Simply scan the classifieds for a couple hours and you’ll come to the same conclusion . . . $1500, $2000, $2500, $3000 for a two-bedroom home, per month? Who can afford that, and the same can be said for an apartment for rent in most major cities, which leads us to this question: what is a home-business owner supposed to do once the business outgrows their current residence?
We have an answer!
This scenario is playing out across America, right now, the year 2017. A guy, or gal, with a minimum-paying job, is trying to make ends meet by starting up a home business. Good for them! It shows initiative and a willingness to take the proverbial bull by the horns, and one in five adult Americans are currently wrestling with that bull.
But there are problems with that wrestling match. You work from home and then the home office needs more room. The product sold demands more room for production, manufacturing, and storing of inventory. After six months, or a year, the one-bedroom home or apartment begins to look like a discount store after Black Friday, a total mess, like the aftermath of a tornado, and each new sale only adds to that mess. Suddenly, success has become an annoyance, and it is time to look at alternatives or go crazy in the process.
So the small business owner looks to rent a bigger home . . . $2000, $2500, $3000 per month rent . . . and that is, quite frankly, impossible to swing on the budget.
We have an answer!
Kick the home business out of your home and put it in a new, attractive, flexible, and affordable container office. In fact, if you want to go radical, you could rent a smaller apartment, say a studio, and then lease container office space, and you would probably end up with two leases which are less expensive, combined, than your current home rent. If you don’t believe us check it out for yourself.
One such container commercial space is Box Office Warehouse Suites in the Fort Worth area, the first and only Fort Worth location offering box suite office space for rent, at a rent most small business owners can afford. Leasing costs are held down because construction costs of a shipping container are so low, and Box Office Warehouse Suites is located in the middle of the hottest commercial and residential area in Fort Worth, the Alliance commercial real estate hub.
What you will find there are container offices, container warehouses, and container work spaces which will meet the needs of any small business owner. The containers are flexible (they can be anything you can dream of…we call it flex space), they are affordable, and they can be added onto very easily. Toss in bathrooms, patios, electric car charging stations, bike racks, and beefed-up security, and you have all the comforts of home away from home at a cost you can afford.
Yes, house to rent prices are high, but that doesn’t mean you can’t solve your small business space problems. Check out Box Office Warehouse Suites at (817) 903-9438.