You will need to look into zoning and building codes for home based businesses in your area. The regulations for home based businesses are typically less restrictive than other commercial businesses. However, home based businesses are also typically limited in the number of non-resident employees they can employ. I would recommend consulting with a local employment lawyer to assist you.
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The local building inspector may also be able to help you. There are requirements for businesses to host employees in most building codes. Usually, you need to have appropriate sanitation and cleanliness to host business guests. Basically, functional bathroom facilities, no rodents, a customarily safe and habitable house, and the appropriate zoning and building authorizations (if any). Good luck.
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