To Buy or To Lease: A Guide for RCFE and ARF Owners
Should I buy or lease an RCFE or ARF? What are the advantages and disadvantages?
Buying an RCFE or ARF:
– You have full ownership and control over the property and the business.
– You can customize the facility to suit your needs and preferences.
– You can benefit from the appreciation of the property value over time.
– You can write interest and depreciation off your taxes.
– You need a large amount of capital to purchase the property and start the business.
– You are responsible for all the maintenance, repairs, and upgrades of the property.
– You bear the risk of losing money if the property value declines or the business fails.
– You may have difficulty selling the property if you want to exit the business.
Leasing an RCFE or ARF:
– You have lower upfront costs and less financial risk than buying.
– You can start the business faster and easier than buying.
– You can relocate to another facility if you are dissatisfied with the current one or if your lease expires.
– You have less control and flexibility over the property and the business.
– You have to pay rent every month, which may increase over time or vary depending on market conditions.
– You do not build any equity or benefit from the appreciation of the property value.
– You may have to comply with the landlord’s rules and regulations, which may limit your options for customization or expansion.
–THINKING OF BUYING OR SELLING?
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