In my last post I outlined some of the steps that can get you started on your business plan.
In this post, we have a video showing the basic steps for getting your halfway house started.
The video is a good primer, so I won’t give away any of the steps or strategies, but this is a good example of what you can do. I also recommend watching the video before you dive in and read the blog post.
As with any business plan, the video isn’t as useful if you don’t follow the steps in detail. You will need to work your way through the blog post to get the best possible picture of how you can run your halfway house. I am going to assume that you have your own land, and that you have a lawyer or someone else who is an expert in business plans.
To start, you’ll want to set up a board meeting with your lawyer or someone who’s an expert in your market. I’ve done this with my business, and I can guarantee that the lawyer knows all the local laws and regulations, as well as ways to circumvent them. You can also ask a local real estate agent or lawyer to draft some of these rules and regulations on their own.
A real estate agent or lawyer may want to draft a license, to whom you can give your client’s name, address, and a license number. If you have some specific business goals, they can advise your lawyer to send them along.
The purpose of a halfway house business is to provide your clients with a place to live on the side of the road where they can get the medical care they need, but they don’t have to pay taxes. It’s also important that the halfway house be a safe place for your clients to be, so the lawyer or real estate agent will want to protect their clients’ privacy.
This whole situation sounds a bit like a halfway house to me. In your home you provide your clients with a place to live on the side of the road where they can get the medical care they need, but they dont have to pay taxes. Its also important that the halfway house be a safe place for your clients to be, so the lawyer or real estate agent will want to protect their clients privacy.