“Operational Real Estate” is an asset class with the easiest-to-negotiate owners in the world. 15-20% of the market is made up of multinational syndications. The remaining 80-85% consists of Mom & Pop operators — people who overlook how sought after their property is — meaning you get high rental yield properties at a bargain price.
Speaking of sought after, “Operational Real Estate” has never-ending demand. In fact, its demand increases during recessions.
And the best part?
Investors see a fully passive double digit annualized return — 10%+.
And by the way, these are only a fraction of the benefits of “Operational Real Estate.”
In today’s episode, Chris Larsen, host of the Next Level Income Podcast, reveals the easiest way you can invest in “Operational Real Estate.” He also shares a sneaky way to add an extra 100 “clients” to your business — without owning or running said business.
Show Highlights Include:
- Why listening to Dave Ramsey’s ramblings about financial security robs you of financial freedom (4:20)
- How to generate 100 clients who pay you a $1,500 a month (without owning or running said business) (5:16)
- Watch the moolah pile up in your bank account when you stumble upon a “demographic driven business” (and achieve 50% profit margins) (7:23)
- Add an extra 0 to the end of your back account this upcoming recession with a business model which taps into humans’ “MMFB” trait (15:40)
- How to make customers cheer with glee by only accepting credit cards (it’s not for convenience or the speed of the credit card either) (16:56)
- [Investors] Achieve double digit annualized cash flows by washing a Toyota Camry (23:22)
- Why purchasing “operational real estate” with no idea how to operate it sabotages your ability to sell it for a profit later on (26:29)
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