What you’ll need: A piece of property, a deck, and a Yome. If you don’t have property of your own, setting up a Yome has minimal impact on the land where it is set up, and you could possibly find a land owner who would be willing to let you set one up. A bonus feature of the Yome is that it is typically considered a temporary structure and doesn’t usually require a building permit to set up. Check with your local building codes to be sure this is the case for your area. We provide deck plans that can be easily disassembled for convenient storage and mobility.
The typical working life of a Yome is about ten years. Depending on what specific model you use, and the demand in your area you could have your initial cost repaid in as little as 3-4 months, which would allow for a pretty sizable profit over the course of your Yome’s lifetime.