Houston space for junk-yards On a yearly basis, many states have decreased in population. Therefore leaving the open plot of lands for sale. As a result, property state value has increased making new construction highly in demand. Nowadays it is hard to find any space available, especially if you are looking for junkyards.
One of the states that caught my attention was Texas. With its long-range of space, Texas is profitable to buy space. Now let’s do some math: If you buy 5 acres for $25,000, start shipping cars to Texan lots, organize them and find people to do the work, you could be ready to make big profits.
How junk yards the internet has changed ours live to do business
The good thing is that now you can run your business from anywhere with just a click of the mouse. You could save up all the inventory on a website and start doing promotions for the garage sale of junkyards. That way you can start having an audience and also target mechanics around the world. Trust me, a mechanic would love the idea of getting his part delivered instead of wasting his time by buying used parts. That could be good to go in his service.
More happy customers equal more returns for his shipments. Customers will be very happy. If the mechanic makes 10 purchases a month, you can make profits on a monthly basis. As a business person, that is exactly what you are looking for.
I ask myself these questions frequently:
How do I get junk cars?
Where do I establish strong connections for junk cars?
Who am I going to call?
All these questions can be answered in a later blog.
Well, I will give you a hint on this post. The main thing is how to build relationships with mechanics to start bringing cars to you. That’s the main question, Follow me on the next blog post to find out more.
As Grant Cardone mentioned in his blog, “Cashflow”, it takes money to make money. Without money invested you have nothing in return. That simple math is applied to this equation. It doesn’t take a genius to figure that out.
Focus on building your business. Do not go on a spending spree. Many people start their own gig and within 5 months they just give up. You might start strong, but just because you are moving “cash flow” doesn’t mean that you are set.
“Cash Flow” is very important to keep your business alive. You need money to buy products and resell them. Just because you started building your business doesn’t mean that you don’t need more junk cars.
Junkyards are for people who like the outdoors. It is not your typical office job. However, you could make yourself an office but you have to build it. That can take years organizing a gig.
The main thing is to never give up. If you are not selling it is because you are not showing your product online. Remember that it takes time to build an online business, Waiting could be the hardest part. I always suggest starting your gig online first and then open the location. Getting the customer is important as well.