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Updated:2018-2-7 17:27:28    Source:www.tannet-group.comViews:1050

However you envision your ideal facility, as a business owner your vital concern is to see that it contributes to your profitability, rather than detracting from it. Regardless of the nature of your business, before you start shopping for space, you need to have a clear picture of what you must have, what you'd like to have, what you absolutely won't tolerate and how much you're able to pay. Developing that picture can be a time-consuming process that is both exciting and tedious, but it's essential that you give it the attention it deserves. While many start-up mistakes can be corrected later on, a poor choice of location is difficult-and sometimes impossible-to repair.

Determining Facility Needs
Your search for the ideal facility will go much more smoothly and will more likely to be successful if you are armed with a firm, fairly detailed list of your facility requirements. To create this list, you need to answer questions like: what are the essential operating steps you must do to bring product or service to your customers? In what logical order should these steps be done / How many employees will you need? Will there be using specialized machinery? Don’t forget about functions such as marketing, billing, collection, payroll, facility maintenance and security that are necessary to support the essential steps. Once you have identified the steps, you can translate them into facility needs.

Finding the Right Facility
If you know the areas where you are looking like the back of your hand, know how to ferret out commercial properties for sale, can invest a good bit of time in the search, and are knowledgeable about local commercial real estate practices, you may be able to locate an acceptable property by yourself, or with the help of real estate agents representing sellers. If not, you may want to employ your own real estate agent (that is, a buyer’s agent).

Should you lease or buy your facility?
New business owners have a tendency to concentrate on the short-term consequences of leasing or buying, such as the first-year cash flow projections that would result for each of the alternatives. This is probably altogether necessary: if things don’t go well in the first couple of years, your business may not be around to see how a particular decision would have benefited you 10 years down the road.

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