Renting Buildings

Locksmith

Farm Hand
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26
There are many farming operations around the country that have more buildings then they currently need. Some landowners have taken to renting out a building on their property to help supplement their income and to help others who may need a second garage or machinery holding area.

Would you rent out one of yours if you had extra?
 

Minty

Farm Hand
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13
Yeah indeed. I might if I have some extras... but honestly I don’t even think I have enough for myself right now. Scarcity is a problem for me. Though nor do I think about renting some extra places from others as I don’t have that much money right now.
 

Toymaker

Farm Hand
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64
Absolutely.

Off season storage for boats/rvs for example...large demand, easy money and worls for both ends. Dealers cant justify building huge buildings for 4 months a year..and farms can utilize building for income in slower periods while having them for peak seasons.
 

William Van

Farm Hand
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38
I most certainly would. I would write up some sort of rental contract though stipulating if the rent is behind by 3 months or so, the locks would be changed. I know times are tough for everyone so the cost would be more than fair, but you don't want to get used either.
 

Sam Carter

Farm Hand
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30
If the people and the timing is right, you betcha. Money is money and it sounds like the work on behalf of the owner would be minimal.
 
 
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