The past decades of activity in our property market sends a wrong message to newbie investors. You’ve probably seen people build these enormous homes that cost a ton of money.
Naturally, you might think that this is the only way to get in the game.
But there are many reasons why this isn’t true.
First of all, affordable housing is the thing right now. The segment is so large that it’s not even a niche anymore. Instead, it’s a gaping hole that modern investors are failing to fill.
Furthermore, not everyone is in a position to buy and renovate a property according to my HI-RES strategy.
If this is you, you might want to consider my Rentrepreneur strategy.
You see, you don’t have to own a property to rent it out. Instead, with this strategy you can rent a house from a landlord and then retrofit it with the goal of renting out the rooms.
What you need to do is find a suitable property for rent and contact the owner. You’ll negotiate the terms of the lease and of course, you’ll have to get approval to convert the property and rent it out.
Now, you might think that this is impossible, but you have to hear me out.
First of all, we make sure that our clients can profit from it. If there’s no guarantee that you’ll get a good ROI, we’ll advise you to look for another property.
As for the approval, we can help you make the landlord an offer that they can’t refuse, so to speak. There are a multitude of reasons why a landlord would lease their property to a Rentrepreneur over a standard every day tenant.
We have all the documents ready for you to present to the landlord and we offer all kinds of support that will help you execute this strategy and profit from it.
Don’t forget, by implementing the rentrepreneur strategy not only are you getting yourself into the property market, you are also providing someone with a more affordable housing option. It’s a win/win for everyone involved.
I can help you to become a successful rentrepreneur and more. Click here to get a copy of my FREE National Report – The Red Carpet Invitation to Property Investors from Government.