Does such a thing exist? I actually kinda doubt it. If it's a desirable low risk business, then adequate competition will exist to make it low margin.
I like Str8Shooter's ideas except I doubt most people would consider car washes to be low risk. Most people finance them to death because they cost so much to start. They can be derailed easily by road construction, newer one going in next door, etc. I think I'd consider opening one of these, but only if I could do it with cash.
If your city is growing in a particular direction...go beyond the pricey property and buy a likely piece of dirt. Set up a Golf Driving Range (low initial cost). All you want is the profit to cover the monthy payment, that's all. As the city gets closer, your dirt gets worth more money in a hurry. Then sell the property at the right margin & move the operation (you've already bought & paid for the equipment) further out along the same growth path. I have a pal in Houston who did it, the same thing, about seven times times and he's now my wealthy pal. I guess the same thing would work with a Gun Range, but the start-up costs & liability issues costs MUCH more. Good Luck!
:laughabove: How true! Most gun owners I know (myself included) are about the most market-wise group of folks around... Then again, I refuse to pay retail price for anything if I can help it :tongueout:
For any computer nerd... digital forensics examiner.
Low overhead business... initial investment of about $10,000 in equipment, software and training. No office needed; work at client locations.
High income... $125-$175 per hour.
Market... Coporate crime, stalkers, harassers and sexual criminals. Most of the work comes from law firms.