Buying a self-catering business – whether it’s a quaint holiday cottage in the Lake District or a chalet on a holiday park – is probably one of the highest-cost business options you’ll find. That said, with the biggest portion of the price tied to actual the bricks-and-mortar acquisition, it’s an investment that should have a pay off if you’re in it for the long term. If you’re buying an established business, you’ll avoid the need to jump through all the regulatory hoops to ensure your property is ready to let, as all should be in place already. You may also benefit from an existing listing with a lettings agency. It’s worth researching the market, though, to help you make a decision about where to invest and what levels of return you can expect.
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