How To Make $50,000 A Month Renting Real Estate That You Don't Own



Did you know that you can be a landlord without owning a property? In today’s video, I’ll show you how to make $50,000 a month renting real estate that you don’t own.

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Doug Andrew

Key Moments In This Episode
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00:00 Intro & Summary
00:25 What Is The LASER Fund
02:44 What Is The Best Way To Own Money
05:07 How To Make $50,000 A Month Renting Real Estate That You Don’t Own
07:16 How To Find Apartments To Rent And Turn Into Airbnb
09:43 How To Use The LASER Fund To Make More Money

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When Should I Sell My Real Estate And What To Do With The Money

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5 comments

  1. Not only are there challenges of getting past the city restrictions and the owner objections, there are cost for utilities and tenant damages, cleaning, management, licensing, etc…. Additionally you must furnish the place. You will not be able to earn what is implied here. Then there are the months that the place goes vacant and you do not bring in the(200%) double rent cost. I think the estimated income should be more like 130% above the rent. Not the 200% implied here.

  2. Lol, a lot of leaps in assumptions to make this work here, you need to find a landlord who will let you sublet, not so common these days. And somehow you're assume a $2000 a month apartment is going to Airbnb "couple of hundred" a night? There is no market where those two numbers make sense

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