If you're looking for a commercial opportunity but don't think you've got the budget, then take a look at The Glue Pot pub, which is for sale in the Scottish Borders.
The Glue Pot is a popular local pub, which has been under the same ownership for over 28 years, although the bar has been established for much longer.
Over the years the current owners have established a loyal customer base from the local community and passing tourists.
Despite this, there is still a chance to increase turnover by introducing food sales and with additional marketing.
Sellers Bruce and Co describe the property, which offers new owners the chance to be a publican without breaking the bank.
"The business premises occupy a stand alone property split over 2 levels. The building is of stone appearance with traditional frontage and is well presented externally.
"Inside, the main bar area is furnished with wooden tables, chairs and stools and leather wall mounted seating and the room is finished in a traditional style.
"The current open plan design creates a spacious bar area with a timber bar situated to the left hand side of the ground floor with the pool room in the attached room.
"The Glue Pot also benefits from a function room on the top floor but currently this part of the business is not marketed."
Situated above the pub is a three bedroom flat which can be used as owners accommodation or management accommodation. The rental for the flat is included in the £18,000 a year for the pub.
Located in the popular Borders town of Galashiels, the pub is near the A7 from Carlisle to Edinburgh therefore gives new owners excellent commuting options.
The Glue Pot is on the market for a bargain price of offers over £15,995 with Bruce and Co.