A few months ago my wife and I placed a down payment on a old general store building. We have kept the payments up and remodled the store into a bakery store. The person who we are buying the store from was real picky on who and what they were going to use the old building for. She was glad to see us put the store to use with a bakery/produce business. She agreed to sell to us and we make payments to her. She had a lawyer draw up a contract that we are purchasing and will make monthly payments to her and that we are using the building for the purpose of a bakery/produce business. I don't have the contract with me right now in order to type exactly how it is stated. Now I'm wondering if the bakery/produce business just doesn't make money for us if we would lose the building if we tried to put any other kind of business in it. As of right now our bakery business is very busy, we have lots of customers. We can't keep it stocked fast enough, but for all the work we put in it and no more than we are putting in our pockets. We wonder if it is even worth it. If we get any busier we will have to hire extra help which will cut into the profit even more. So I'm wondering, what if I tried a different business instead of the bakery? Will this new business void our contract? Even if I'm still making payments? Will she be able to take the building away from us and we lose our down payment and all the monthly payments that we have already paid? I may have to do something cause my wife and I are working our b_!! off and not really making enough money to make it worth it.