Is an LPO toxic? You bet your Nellie it is not!
LPOG is agitating for change, and that will always bring out the negative side in the short term, but just like the Eureka Stockade rebellion, the whole country benefits in the long run.
So to air the dirty laundry will bring a positive outcome to all when the job is done.
A Licensed Post Office, at present, is the business world’s equivalent of the real estate’s worst house in the best suburb (not just the street). The once fine asset has been overrun by squatters and they have trashed the place. In other words, not much joy. Just like the landlord of the rental property, Licensees are faced with the decision that is the natural result of the squatters, mismanagement and neglect. Do we move on and hand the problem on to someone else to restore, or do we roll up our sleeves and get in there and fix it. There are a great many, very happy investors, who stumble across the worst house in the best suburb, and they usually run very fast to the real estate agent, to make sure they get the place off the market, and secure in their hot little hands, before anyone else discovers the hidden gem they have found. Welcome to today’s LPO land. It is our turn to start being highly valued once again.