How do you sell a place that was previously a **********



by CarolR , in category: Real Estate , 4 years ago

I'm curious. There is an old ********** here that has been closed for years. The building is for sale, and I was considering buying it and altering it into a bar or something else. I have no interest in opening it back up as a **********, as it's clear it didn't work out for them when they were originally open.

Anyway, I was wondering, is it tougher to sell a building that was previously a **********?

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5 answers

by EstateBeast , 4 years ago

It shouldn't be tough. If it's remodeled and all that, it should be fine. As long as it's a good property and isn't in rough shape, it should sell fine. I'm sure most people wouldn't care about it.

by shanna_schroeder , 4 years ago

A strip club closed down and was later bought and turned into a garden shop. After this, sold again and replace with a strip club. Finally, this one closed and the new owners who currently have the property run a restaurant out of it.


by pink , 4 years ago

You have to market it as a number of things. I would avoid restaurants as those tend to be a hard sell when things like COVID are happening. You can pitch it as all sorts of business fronts.


by ollie , 4 years ago

I'm not sure it matters what the building was as long as it doesn't have a terrible history behind it.

Fix it up and present it as a building ready to be anything. You don't even need to mention what it once was.

by russ_rempel , 4 years ago

Good marketing I suppose. You don't want to label it as a previous strip club for example. Call it an adult-themed bar or topless entertainment bar. It sounds less off putting. You can also use the term gentlemen's club depending on the build and general area.