- Do you have rental properties?
2. Do your tenants actually pay rent these days?
3. Are you stuck with no income — and no recourse — because of the eviction moratorium?
This is what landlords are going through these days.
But not all.
Some have been lucky. Some unlucky.
do YOU still want to have rental properties?
Yes, they are the key to wealth.
But there’s that ‘small’ irritation that comes with them.
I speaketh of…
That’s basically a bad word in many circles. (The “T-Word”?)
What if your tenants weren’t trouble?
What if they always paid on-time. (even in the midst of tenants being protected from needing to pay rent)
Would that make your landlording life easier?
It is possible.
If your tenant who pays the rent on-time each month is none-other-than the government.
No, I’m not talking about Section 8.
It goes beyond that.
Way beyond that.
It isn’t some fancy phone app.
It goes beyond that too.
I want you to learn this because it will open your eyes to a different approach to being a landlord.
There is more and more need now because of Covid.
And this setup can have you being able to collect 100% of the rents while “normal” tenants massively default.
Join us on Thursday July 15th at Traction REIA live & IN-PERSON when we have Nick Sidoti, AKA Dr. Cashflow, teach you all about it.
Nick is only here for Thursday the 15th (there’s no Saturday training) so clear your calendar, get out of the house, and be there!
Landlording for the government (with their bottomless pockets)
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