By Lisa Rogak, David H. Bangs
During this different e-book, Rogak and Bangs deliver retirees the interior details at the best and so much profitable companies for them--information got correct from the vendors themselves. The authors decide upon a hundred of the main fascinating retirement businesses--some part-time, a few seasonal--and describe the company, the way it operates daily, and the rewards and disadvantages.
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He suggests that people who are interested in starting an antique shop take their time. "Crawl before you walk," he advises. "You've got to know antiques; otherwise, you'll go out and get stung. You have to love it. YesSuccess PotentialModerate Description of Business: An antique dealer who travels to weekend shows to sell antiques from a rented booth. Ease of Startup: Difficult. You need money to buy inventory along with some background in antiques to know what sells and what's currently popular.
You certainly don't want to bet the farm Page 8 on a retirement business; what happens if it doesn't work? 5. What do your husband, wife, children or other interested persons feel about this proposed venture? The support of family and friends is a major success factor. If they begrudge the time and investment you plan to make, you start out with some strong negatives. 6. Where do you want the business to be located? Many retirement businesses have a strong geographical bent. You may want to locate in a warm climate, or near family, or in a region where you can pursue some special interests.
If they find an item they know another dealer would like, they buy it and sell it to the other dealer. There's much less competition among dealers than is thought. "If you specialize in an item, you know more about its value and worth. You build up a base of customers who are looking to buy what you carry," he explains. When the Pirnacks buy an antique, the first thing they do is polish, repair or refinish it. Then they decide which show would be most appropriate to take it to. Nan and Dave travel to about 18 to 20 shows all over the country each year.