I’m going to admit something…
I’m NOT a big fan of tenants.
(Even though I have them and I’m a real estate investor.)
Maybe I’m *supposed* to like them, but I don’t.
I just don’t like dealing with tenants and their problems.
I hate the little dramas.
And I especially don’t like dealing with all these issues at any hour of the day or night.
That’s absolutely NOT how I want my business to run, and it certainly isn’t the lifestyle I want to have from my real estate investing business.
Yes, this creates a problem, as buying and holding property is the path to great wealth.
So how to reconcile the two?
How to find balance?
Get rid of the tenants and toilets!
What’s that, you ask?
You’ve seen them from the highway — It’s those places people go to store their stuff when they run out of room in their basement, garage or apartment.
The units vary in size.
Some are just like a large closet.
Others are like a full sized garage.
And people pay handsomely for the space to store their stuff.
And we all know that people have WAAAAAAY too much *stuff* these days, so you’ll have plenty of “tenants”.
But they’re the good kind of tenants as boxes, books, old cookware, old toys, old clothes, unused furniture, etc. don’t complain about where they’re kept. They literally just take up space.
Space that you’re being paid to provide!
Curious how you can get in on this very lucrative action?
We’ll show you how when Scott Meyers teaches us at Traction REIA:
#1. Ditching the Terrible T’s (tenants, toilets, trash) How to Make Big $ with small storage facilities!
Traction REIA Main Monthly Meeting
Thursday October 19th at the SHERATON Tysons Corner.
RSVP now at:
#2. How to Make Big $ with small storage facilities
Detailed Training Intensive
Saturday October 28th at the Sheraton Tysons Corner.
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