The Top Side Businesses to Start Right Now 

Many people are now increasingly interested in becoming entrepreneurs, and a small side business can be a great way to start. If you want to run a business alongside your usual job, or if you simply want a smaller business that can help you to get the investment money that you need and keep your finances afloat while you are waiting for your main business to grow, here are some of the top side businesses that you should consider starting up this year. 

  1. Landlord

Becoming a landlord is a great option for those that have cash to spare. You will need to be able to afford a deposit on a house, as well as the mortgage if you are unable to find a tenant as quickly as you would like. Being a landlord can allow you to get a little bit of extra money every month or can allow you to invest in real estate without this completely draining your bank account. However, becoming a landlord can be stressful and if you are worried that it will consume a lot of your time, you should consider investing in property management near me that can help you to get to grips with becoming a landlord. 

  1. Freelancer 

Being a freelancer is a great option for those who have specific skills that they want to monetize, and for those that want to make a bit of extra money without the commitment of more permanent businesses. As a freelancer, you will be able to work by your own rules, taking on only the projects that you think you can handle and the clients that you are interested in. Many freelancers are content writers, graphic and web designers, or consultants, and this range of creative and business-orientated jobs ensures that there is a freelancing project that can suit almost everyone. 

  1. Baking and Crafts 

If you want to bulk up your bank account with a few extra coins, you should consider starting up a small baking or arts and crafts business. You may be able to attend markets in your local area to sell your wares, sell your products on third-party marketplaces like Etsy, or even create your own website and social media page to sell these products on. These types of businesses are usually completely home-based until you decide to grow them, and often do not have a lot of overheads attached to them, making them perfect for those who want to run a business around other commitments. 

  1. Dog Walker

For those that love to be out in the fresh air, dog walking might be a great option for you, as this can allow you to get out and about with a furry friend in tow. Not only this, but dog walkers usually find that they have great hours, with most walkers only being able to walk the dogs until the sun sets. So running a dog walking business can be a great way to help out those in your local community and make a bit of extra cash while enabling you to enjoy the company of other people’s pets. 

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