Landlording & Rental Properties

How to Generate $10,000 in Passive Income Monthly Without Quitting Your Day Job

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Recently, I was at a real estate summit in Philadelphia, when a guy in a Hawaiian shirt slipped into a nearby row. He had a beer in his hand, though it was only about 10:00 a.m. (if I recall). He looked a bit out of place, honestly, and I couldn’t help but notice that he seemed to be… well, let’s say more relaxed than everyone else.

I struck up a conversation and learned that he travels the world full-time—on his real estate profits. And he said his goal was to work as few hours as possible. He seemed like he was having fun! I just had to probe.

I never would have guessed he was a former banker.

This guy—we’ll call him Martin—had shucked his suit and tie for a suitcase and a straw hat. He had learned the secret of Airbnb arbitrage.

This is Martin:

Martin explained that he is able to locate vacant apartments or other rentable units, furnish them, and make massive profits leasing them out to long-term corporate tenants, with Airbnb filling the gaps. This guy has 19 rentals and works a few hours per week while the cash rolls in. (He did a great job at outsourcing virtually everything.)

I was looking for income for one of my kids and asked how I could learn more. He told me how he had been trained by Al, a guy who was actually speaking at that conference, and he introduced me to him that morning.

Martin said, “When Al first told me years ago that I could make three times the profit on furnished rentals, I thought he was a little out there. When I did it myself over and over, I became a true believer! Probably would have made another $100K and retired a year or two earlier if I would have listened to Al a few years back!”

I attended Al’s talk, and I think it was the most popular session at the conference. As he told how he had stumbled into this opportunity, the room was buzzing. I heard someone lean over to their friend and say, “This is a game changer! It could change my whole real estate investing strategy.”

Al is not only training others to do this. He’s living proof that it works. An engineer by trade, he now refers to himself a landlord scientist, and he’s testing out different variables to see how to make this most profitable.

Al is living the dream himself, with a stable of cash-producing corporate and Airbnb and long-term corporate rentals—with a twist. He has figured out how to maximize the profits in this niche without owning any real estate. He’s learned the secret of Airbnb and corporate rental arbitrage.

Why This Works

Did you know that 36% of travel nights are by travelers on the road for one to six months? And did you know that Airbnb, only a decade old, hosts more nightly stays and is in more countries than the world’s largest hotel chain—Marriott—which has been around since the 1950s? Check this out:

And that doesn’t even count others like VRBO, Flipkey, HomeAway, or a half-a-dozen others.

This is your chance to get in on this business travel economy!

So, Who Will This Work for?

It’s really quite simple—yet powerful. And it works great if you don’t own any real estate—and equally well if you do. A guy on my team is going through this training program right now, and we are setting up two of our units as furnished rentals this week. If it works well, we plan to do many more.

I know others who are profiting from this strategy with rented units and rented furniture. And very little out of pocket.

This is truly a strategy that I think anyone could use to increase their income and accelerate their ability to bag their J.O.B. and jump into real estate investing full-time.

Even if you don’t want to do this particular strategy forever, I think it could be a bridge for you to get from where you are now to the place where you have income and options. See if you agree.

The High-Level Strategy

The strategy is to lease (or own) a vacant rentable unit in the right location. Then furnish it beautifully, with all the nice touches. Professionally photograph it, turn on all of the utilities, then list it on Airbnb and several similar sites.

Once you’ve got some nights booked, go to the next level. Go out and start marketing to corporate clients who need long-term (say, one to 12 months) corporate stays.

As soon as possible, plug one of the long-term tenants into your unit and halt the short-term stays. If you can find more tenants through that company or individual, you may be able to expand your business into multiple units.

Related: How to Upgrade Your Landlording to Make Your Investment More Passive

Profitability (You Will Love This)

Often a typical unfurnished rental unit cash flows at $100 to $300 per month to the owner. (I realize there are wide variations to this, so don’t shout me down.)

Many units on straight Airbnb may cash flow a net $700 to $1,000 (or even more) per month. But there’s a lot of effort involved with Airbnb. You’ve got to answer prospective tenants’ requests, help them check in, check for damage, help them find the closest grocery that carries semi-boneless ham, get a timely cleaner in, and much more.

That’s why I think a lot of people (especially those with busy lives, jobs, or a desire to travel the world and drink beer at 10:00 a.m.) may like this corporate landlord arbitrage strategy better.

From what Al tells me (and what we’ve learned in his training), the long-term corporate travel clients will typically provide cash flow of just a little lower than an Airbnb strategy. For the sake of argument, let’s say $600 to $800 per month.

But this strategy takes a fraction of the effort. At least once a tenant is secured (which takes more effort than Airbnb, but has no commission attached). And it may therefore be more sustainable and easier to grow. Hang with me, and I’ll tell you how one guy’s business skyrocketed as a result of one sales call.

Here’s some math. This is an example straight from Al.

Guest pays:                         $1,860

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Rent due to owner:           – $950

Utilities:                              – $130

Monthly Profit:             $780

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What Are the Detailed Steps?

It’s quite simple. (So simple, it just might work!)

First, locate a vacant rental unit. This could be in an apartment complex, or it could be in a duplex or a single-family rental. Ideally, this unit would be in an area where there are business travelers. Look for locations where there are long-term stay hotels like Extended Stay America, Homewood Suites, and Residence Inn by Marriott.

Negotiate your best possible deal on the rental unit. See if you can get a month-to-month lease, and see if they’ll let you delay your first payment ‘til you have a tenant. (Yes, you’ll have to tell them what you’re up to, but that should be fine.)

I have a theory that this may work very well in a new apartment complex that is still far from being leased up. But you’d have to get the owner to give you a discount if it’s a Class A+ building.

Next, furnish the unit as beautifully (but economically) as possible. Think of Joanna Gaines or other home stagers. That’s your goal. (Hey, if Chip and Joanna can renovate a whole house for $40,000, you can furnish it for cheap.) I would expect you to spend about $3,000 furnishing a unit if you buy smart. Or you may even want to rent furniture to lower your risk even more.

Then get professional photos. Don’t skimp on this step. No, you cannot do first-class photos from your phone, not even in portrait mode on the iPhone X. Professional photos will help you stand above the crowd.

Similarly, spend a lot of time reviewing the best Airbnb descriptions, and if needed, consider getting a copywriter to help write yours. Great writers can be worth their weight in gold.

Turn on the utilities. Get great wifi, cable, and more. Get your listing on Airbnb and start renting it out short-term.

Last step (or you could do it first actually): Once you’re up and running, start tracking down corporate tenants. You can do this on Facebook groups, Craigslist, at local companies, hospitals, or even by hanging around other extended stay hotels.

Engineers, nurses, therapists, visiting professors, and construction people may be great tenants. And once you locate one, you may be able to follow the bread crumbs back to their company.

My new friend, Al, has dozens of strategies to market your unit to longer-term tenants, and it’s beyond the scope of this article. (Al has developed a whole lot of strategies, policies, and shortcuts for this business. He even provides labels for the silverware drawers in your units. That’s why we’re working with him rather than going it alone.)

Once you have your units rented by long-term tenants, you will probably only need to plug Airbnb tenants in the gaps between one tenant and the next to maintain your revenue.

More Real-Life Examples

Since meeting Martin, I’ve heard about others who are killing it with this strategy.

Like an Oklahoma pastor who was tired of his family being limited to his less-than-amazing salary. He started following these steps and ended up as a preferred housing provider for the Oklahoma City Dodgers Minor League Baseball team.

Related: 5 Ways to Earn Rave Reviews on Airbnb (& Maximize Your Income!)

Or the guy in the sticks who loved this strategy but was sure he’d have to move to a bigger city to make this work. He finally got the courage to go to the local airport to offer his furnished unit as housing for people coming there for training.

He was surprised when the airport manager followed him back to his unit, signed a six-month agreement—then asked for 60 more units.

That was a pretty good day for this guy, but of course he now had a new problem. I’d take that new problem. Do the math.

I don’t know that this will happen to any of you, but how could you boost your income by doing this with five or 10 units? How would that impact your life and future, even if you don’t want to do this forever?

You may even find yourself in a position to acquire more units—small apartments, duplexes, or single family rentals. Or you may be a large apartment owner (like my company) who uses this strategy to fill a handful of vacant units. There are many wonderful possibilities.

One guy in California has 11 units (combo of leased and owned) that he’s leasing out under an arrangement like this. His current positive cash flow is $7,160 per month.

So far, he’s been reinvesting his cash to buy more furnishings and rent more units. But he told me that when he hits $10,000 per month, he’s going to stop there and enjoy the fruits of his labor. He hopes to get there by the end of this year.

And for those of you who know my story, you may recall that my business partner and I built a whole complex to provide furnished corporate housing to oil workers in the Bakken region of North Dakota. We decked out the rooms, gave them great cable and internet, and charged them $3,995 per month. (This was based on a hotel daily rate of $129, a steal in those oil rush days.)

We made bank, I can promise. We took an inordinate amount of risk to pull this off, and I honestly wouldn’t do it again. But it is a strategy to consider if you are in an area with higher demand than supply and you don’t mind some risk.

The great news is you don’t have to take much risk at all to pull this off. This is very doable. And you don’t have to travel the world or drink beer for breakfast (necessarily) to pull it off. You can do it in your pajamas from the comfort of your own home.

Which sounds like a great business to me.

What about you? Would you rather go for the easiest path of unfurnished rentals? The highest effort/profit path of Airbnb? Or the Goldilocks scenario with long-term corporate with Airbnb in your gaps?

We’d love to hear your thoughts. 

After graduating with an engineering degree and then an MBA from Ohio State, Paul started on the management development track at Ford Motor Company in Detroit. After five years, he departed to start a staffing company with a partner. They sold it to a publicly traded firm for $2.9 million five years later. Along the way, Paul was Finalist for Ernst & Young's Michigan Entrepreneur of the Year two years straight. Paul later entered the real estate sector, where he completed 85 real estate investments and exits, appeared on an HGTV Special, rehabbed and managed dozens of rental properties, developed a waterfront subdivision, and started two successful online real estate marketing firms. Three successful developments, including assisting with development of a Hyatt hotel and a multifamily housing project, led him into the multifamily investment arena. Paul co-hosts a wealth-building podcast called How to Lose Money and is a frequent contributor to BiggerPockets, producing live video and blog content on a weekly basis. Paul is the author of The Perfect Investment—Create Enduring Wealth from the Historic Shift to Multifamily Housing (2016) and is the Managing Director of two commercial real estate funds at Wellings Capital.

    Marina Spor investor from Buena Park, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Incredible! Thanks for sharing. Do you have any more tips on how to get these corporate clients? I’m sure the AirBnb clients could be leads to corporate clients as well.
    Kate Rogers
    Replied about 1 year ago
    HI Paul, Just like everyone else commenting I would also like more info about finding corporate clients and Al’s book or program. Can you kindly send me any info? Many thanks, Kate
    Maggie T. rental_property_investor
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you for the article! Could I please get some more info on Al’s training program please? Thanks!
    Jeremy Spiegel investor
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, can you send me information on Al’s training as well? Thanks, Jeremy
    Michael Fenwrick from Charleston, South Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Excellent post, the information is greatly appreciated. How do I contact Al for the actual training? Have a safe and productive week.
    Carren Krusleski from Leander, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    how can i contact Al to get more information on the training program he offers. Sounds awesome. Do have questions about HOW to get say an apartment complex to commit to letting 1 regular “joe” lease more than one apartment at a time?
    Radaisy Ramirez real_estate_agent from New York, NY
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Same here!
    Tashia K campbell
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Stumbled onto this and found it very helpful in determining who to list with. Especially like 9Flats and Wimdu cost nothing to list so lose nothing unless your booked. https://www.tripping.com/industry/rental-companies/fees
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Marina, I sent you an email with details. Al’s training has some great tips for getting the corporate clients in a sustainable manner.
    Joe Steinheiser from Lansdale, Pennsylvania
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great article! Could you send me the details as well. Where can I find out about Al’s training? Thanks
    Walter Szkwarok
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great write up Paul. Please share the details with me as well. Thx
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Joe, I or someone on my team has emailed you the information on Al’s training. To everyone else, if you want information please send me a message via the BP inbox or leave a comment below!
    Brad Turner from Hagerstown, Maryland
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Paul, just sent you a message via the BO inbox. Thank you!
    Ebony Penton
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul I am interested in more information on AI’s experience and course as well. Thank you
    Christopher Jones from Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for your post Paul! My wife and I just purchased our first unit that we are planning to Air BNB. Would love to learn more. Chris
    Svetlana Vorontsov
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I have the same question. Could you also email me?
    Coco Wilson investor from Richmond, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I also would like information on Al’s seminar
    Tim Woosley from Lincoln, NE
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This sounds like a great opportunity. With so many questions this post brought up, would you forward me the training Al has to offer, please? Thanks, Paul!
    Jessica Hinman from West Lafayette, Indiana
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Amazing article! I would love Al’s contact info as well!
    Dane Leecy
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, What an exciting article. Could you please send me the additional details, as well? Thanks!
    Isaiah Thompson from Norfolk, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, I currently do buy and hold real estate and this definitely piqued my interest. I would love to receive more details about this investing approach, many thanks and cheers!
    Benjamin Stentz from Pataskala, Ohio
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Could you send me the details on Al’s training as well? I would love to learn more about this strategy. Thanks,
    Ross Reeves investor from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would be interested in Al’s training and more info on corporate clients as well.
    Brian Seelos from Athens, Georgia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul. I would love to get the details on this. Thanks for sharing.
    Nicole Collins from Encino, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Please send me Al’s training as well. Thank you.
    Adam Wagner
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you for the great article. I would also appreciate you sending me the details. Thanks!
    Allesa Statham investor from Cheyenne, Wyoming
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would also appreciate more information on gaining corporate clients, we currently have an Air BnB house we would like to expand.
    Atul Kaushal from Lake Zurich, Illinois
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Would also love more info on securing corporate clients. Have a few SFHs in prime locations and would be great to be able to leverage them. To be sure I have this straight, the reason you can charge a corporate client triple rent is because it’s nicely furnished?
    George Thomas from Columbia, South Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great stuff as always Paul. I’d appreciate the link to AL’s corse as well. Thank you!
    Justin Clemmons
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, if you haven’t been too overloaded could you send me an email as well?
    Greg Wild
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would also appreciate any details. Thanks!
    Scott Rey from Bel Air, Maryland
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul – would you please send me the details of Al’s training as well. Thanks!
    Yuji Miyamoto from Torrance, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi, Paul. This article is eye-opener for me! Like everybody, I am more than interested in this strategy, getting corporate clients and Al’s course. Would you send me details and/or info on these please!
    Craig Petroff
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks Paul, Would you please send me how to get Al’s training to find corporate clients? Thank you!
    Grant Speer from New York City, New York
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great article. Thank you! can you please email me as well with the details?
    Emily Guido investor from Thousand Oaks, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I loved your post! Please send me some info on Al’s workshop? Thank you so much for sharing!
    Francisco Campos from Roanoke, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I am actually investing in some properties in El Salvador using AirBnB but this strategy to target Corporate clients is great, sounds amazing! Would you be so kind to send me some more details? I would love to replicate what I’ve been able to build in El Salvador, which is also thru Lease/Sub-leasing, here in the U.S., and if that includes details to Al’s training I would appreciate it. Many thanks and cheers.
    Robens Batraville from Montréal, Québec
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, could you send me the info as well please? Thx
    Mike Shemp rental_property_investor from Stewartsville, NJ
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul – could you please send me any info on Al’s course too? Thanks so much! Mike
    Edward Mahoney
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I loved your article! Could you please send me the details on getting long term corporate clients? Thank you!
    Ashley McCullough
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul! Can you send me some info on Al’s strategy? Thanks! Ashley
    Thomas Darby from Cranston, Rhode Island
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul. Sounds great, please send me more details and info on Al,s training. Thanks.
    Rob Ballonoff from Fogelsville, Pennsylvania
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Yes, thanks much for sharing. Definitely would like to see more info related to Al’s training program for long term corporate Airbnb as well. Rob B
    Wardell Picquet from San Antonio, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, I’d like the details to Al’s training also. Thank you!
    Dhermesh Patel from Auckland, Auckland
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, could you please send me the details also? Thanks and great write up!
    Mark Angebranndt
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, are you still sharing this information? Would love more details on the training sources you referenced in the article. Thanks.
    Pat Shah
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, can you pls send me more info on Al’s program as well? Thx for sharing!
    Blake Wittbold realtor from Englewood, FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I loved the Article!, Could you send me the info on Al’s training as well? thank you!
    John Fackler from Mount Washington, Kentucky
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, Please send info on Al’s course. Thank you, John
    Andrew M. from Fernandina Beach, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great write up. Would you please send me the details as well. Thanks
    Andrew Brown real_estate_agent from Lake Elsinore, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul! Would you mind sharing any more information on this strategy?
    Thomas Crotzer
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Could you please send me the details of the program as well? Thanks very much, -Tom
    Roman Johnson from Tulsa, OK
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul! Very interesting approach. I would love the details on that training program as well. Thank you!
    Dylan M. from DURHAM, NC
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Wow, great article. Thank you for taking the time to open my eyes to yet another potential strategy in the REI bag-o-tools! Would love an email with more details as well whenever you get the chance please. Thanks, Paul!
    Craig Semetko investor from Los Angeles, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Excellent article, Paul. Would you mind sending me some of those ideas on getting corporate clients? Thank you!
    Michelle Duckett from Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great article. Can you please send me additional info on Al’s session as well? Interested in learning more. Thanks
    Kalene Parker
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello, Paul, Could you also send me the information on the training? Thank you!
    Kate Sparks from St Petersburg, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I’d like to get information on this course please.
    Shicara Hollie real_estate_agent from Dallas, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great article! I am currently doing something similar on a smaller level. I would love to get more details about the training and tips. Thanks! Shicara
    Scott Hughes from San Antonio, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Would you mind sending me details. I have a number of questions. I’d be concerned that the area you initially rent in would prohibit the apartment/house from being used on AirBnB or being subleased….which this seems to be sort of like. I am very interested in learning the details. I’d definitely like to do this.
    Anna Yankova
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, amazing article! Thank you for sharing. Do you mind sending me Al’s training course details, please? Best regards, Anna
    Pranay Srivastava
    Replied 8 months ago
    hi could you please email me as well!
    Glenn Miller from Chesterfield, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul– WOW! Love the idea! My wife and I live in the perfect area (military & corporations) to employ this strategy. Any / all information, including Al’s training, would be appreciated.
    Scott Warren
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks Paul, Great article on a new twist on rentals… can you send me the info on Al’s training…?? thanks so much! Scott
    Jeffrey Brence
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul. Loved the article! Please send me the info on Al's training as well. Much appreciated. Jeff
    Jonathan Frazier realtor from Douglasville, GA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, could you send me the information also? Thanks!
    Dan Sherwood
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Paul, can you send me information on Al’s training as well? I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, Dan
    G Macy
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, super article. Could you please share the info on how to find Al’s training program? Thanks!
    Tashia K campbell
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Good resource. https://www.tripping.com/industry/rental-companies/fees
    Cheryl Vargas flipper_rehabber from Rohnert Park, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Tashia I like your link with a resource to compare prices for short term rental companies. Airbnb is still my favorite after reading this list, but Wimdu is my second choice since it also has a 3% host fee like Airbnb, which is nice for hosts. Why isn’t there any info about VRBO here? Thank you! Cheryl
    Jason Mathew investor from Spring, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul Great Article, I know a few people who use this strategy and are killing it. I hope to venture into this space this year..
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Jason, I sent you an email. Let me know if you have any questions!
    Johnathan Anderson from Memphis, TN
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul. Just getting back into the swing of things when I saw this article. Could you e-mail me some details on Al’s strategy as well? This seems like amazing information!
    Ryan Rainboth
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi Paul, this is a very interesting strategy I’d love to learn more. I’m just starting out with my first house hacked duplex at the moment. Can you also send me more details about Al’s strategy?
    Marina Flu from West Hills, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, This is a great article. I’m rehabbing my first property that I intend to keep as a rental. Can I get more information about this strategy. I would like to try it out. Thanks
    Cheryl Vargas flipper_rehabber from Rohnert Park, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    So how do we get Al’s program?
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Cheryl, I reached out directly to you via email with the details. You can interact with me there or via the BiggerPockets inbox.
    Rasheedah Furqan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, I’ve been doing Airbnb since 2012. I’m a constant Superhost and the experience has been great. I’d really like to learn as much as possible about this new technique. Please send me details and info. Thank you very much for this post.
    Cheryl Vargas flipper_rehabber from Rohnert Park, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I got your email. Thank you!
    Ronnie D.
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Can you send me more details on Al’s training. Thank You!
    Sam Rogers from Gordonsville, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would be very interested in this program for myself, but also my parents as they are are looking for a way to transition into less active income. I would be very appreciative for details on Al’s program. Thanks in advance, Sam.
    Ana Milian from Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Please send Al’s program. Thanks!
    Anthony Lewis
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul awesome article. How can we get in touch with Al course I want and need this course Thanks
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Anthony, I sent you an email with the details.
    Tim Johnson
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi, Paul. Will you send me an email with the details please? I would greatly appreciate that. Thanks, again.
    Shelly Floyd
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would like more information on the program. Thanks!
    Jay Gesche from Aurora, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, fantastic article, would you please direct me to Al’s course.
    Eric Fairchild from Bradenton, FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Could you send me additional info on the training as well? Please
    Derek Persuit investor from Fort Worth, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would also like to take the Al course please. thanks
    Melvin Plummer
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great post! This was like a four hour seminar condensed to a 5-minute mini-seminar loaded with powerful, yet usable step-by-step pointings and no fluff. You hit a home run Airbnb style. Continued success!
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks Melvin!
    Jason Trick from Kissimmee, FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Please send info on Al’s course.
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Jason, I sent you an email with the information on Al’s course.
    Aaron Lewis from Fort Wayne, IN
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This sounds like an amazing opportunity. Can you please send me the information on Al’s training courses?
    James Witowsky
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great idea for a business opportunity but “Passive” it is not.
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    James, it is true that this is not completely passive, at least in the beginning. Such is the case with most “passive income” opportunities. However, I believe once processes and systems are established this can be mostly passive. There will always be some fires to put out, but anyone who is careful enough can avoid most time consuming issues.
    Lauren Pardue rental_property_investor from Waco, TX
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, This strategy also works great for students looking for a semester or 9 month long stay. With an upside being that students often have lower standards concerning furnishings. You can even rent it out short-term during the summer break. You might even get students who come back to you for four years because they like the flexibility of month-to-month options so they can go home during the summer without being stuck in a 12-month lease.
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Lauren, that is a great idea. Though it could be difficult in some markets to get students to pay a premium for a furnished unit. Have you had success doing Airbnb with students?
    Christopher Felton
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Very interested…please send information on Al’ s training. Thank you.
    KEVIN BANKS from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul awesome article. How can we get in touch with Al course I would like to try out the program too.. Need info on Al and the course.. Thanks, Kevin
    Moises Perez from Rockville, Maryland
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul Thank you very much for this information, I am new in Real estate Investing and this could be a good entry. Please share with me Al’s Course Information. Thanks again . Moises Perez Rockville,MD
    Vincent Chen from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Would like to know all the details about this strategy as well, thanks
    Erica Motley
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This is a great strategy–can you share information on Al’s seminar? Thanks, Erica
    Teresia Sayler investor from Snohomish, Washington
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Please send Al’s details, sounds great! Thanks! Teresia
    Larry Delarosa from Spring Hill, FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Excellent article! This may be my way of breaking into the AirBnB market. I am going to investigate this and see if I can get landlords to buy in. My main concern is getting them to a) accept a month-to-month and b) accept rental used as an AirBnB Thanks for sharing!
    Rashed Singaby from Shawnee Mission, KS
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Inspiring article, Paul! Thanks for sharing what seems to be an unreal strategy to investing successfully. Many questions come to mind – would love to learn more about Al’s training and other resources that could give further in-depth knowledge. Best Regards, -R
    Jason C. from Bensenville, Illinois
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul I would love more info on this program!
    Casey Sung rental_property_investor from Queens, NY
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, may I get more info please?
    Josh Fuller investor from Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul I would love to learn more about this as well.
    Caroline Villeneuve investor from Wilsonville, Oregon
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, I would love to learn more about the program. Thanks for sharing. This is very inspiring.
    Sharon M. rental_property_investor from Atlanta, GA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great read! I am a superhost on Airbnb and would love details on getting into the corporate market for short-term leases in vacant rental units.
    David Drzka from Willowbrook, Illinois
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Love the article! Could you send me the details as well. Where can I find out about Al’s training? Thanks, Dave
    Kathryn Simmons Fletcher
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul – great post. Great strategy. Please send me the details and info about Al’s training. Thanks!
    Sachin P. from Sacramento, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Nice timely article! I recently started moving some of my rentals in this space. And corporate clients is what I was thinking as well moving forward as a source of constant guaranteed income. So, I am interested in learning the strategies that you learnt to attract corporate clients. Thanks in advance!
    Kevin Vernet
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul! Amazing article with a great strategy. Could you send me details on Al’s training please?
    Jay Patel
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, could you please send me more details about Al’s Training. thank you
    Clancy C from Henderson, Nevada
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Please send me the info about Al’s training too! I have a single unit in Los Angeles that I’m already doing this through AirBnB, but I know I could do better. I signed up with a long term exec placement management company over a year ago and have had not had a single call, despite them telling me that my property was ideal. I often get 3 month AirBnB tenants, but would like to find longer term tenants and some outside of the platform.
    John Elliott investor from Oakland, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Do you own the unit or are you subleasing?
    Morgan Brown from Washington, District of Columbia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, This was a very informative article. Could you please send the details to Al’s training! Thanks so much!
    Michael DeCristofaro from Huntington, New York
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great post and very interesting strategy! Can you please send me more info and details about Al’s training? Thanks! Michael
    Christiaan Watson from Orem, Utah
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for your article. I have done this a handful of times but found it difficult to get property owners to lease to me knowing I would be subleasing the property. I would love to learn more from you and Al if you could email me the information. Thanks!
    Matthew Miller investor from Rancho Cucamonga, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, Thanks for the very informative read. I really enjoyed the article and all the useful information it provided. For me I guess the million dollar question is how to find these corporate tenants, I would love any information you would be willing to send my way. I too would love to one day have beer for breakfast. Cheers, Matthew
    Shelly Floyd from Round Rock
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I want the info to get started in this! Please email me!
    Laron John from San Francisco, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    What an amazing strategy. How do we get more information about Al’s program?
    Grace Shih
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This is intriguing. I’d love to get more information about Al’s program – thank you!
    John Elliott investor from Oakland, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul Are you essentially subleasing these units via Airbnb or buying them outright? How do you find apartments/landlords willing to allow it and do they want a piece of the profits?
    Alan C. from Allston, Massachusetts
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, would love to learn more about Al’s strategy! 🙂
    Scott Buckler investor from Denver, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, can you send me Al’s info as well, thank you!
    Robert Stephan investor from Chandler, Arizona
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Could I get some info about this strategy?
    Chris Strokes investor from Leesburg, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I would love to get more details on how to find corporate tenants. I have been feeling this out in my area checking Craigslist to see if others are doing it and I’m not having much luck. I’m scared to go through the expense of furnishing and risk not finding a corporate tenant. Maybe you have a strategy to lock in the tenant first?
    Kathryn Dorshimer from Raleigh, North Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Wow! Mind blow – this is a brilliant strategy. I would love to know the further details of Al’s program as well as the ideas for securing corporate clients. Thank you for your generosity in sharing.
    SREE V.
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul This is great info. Can you please share details about Al’s strategy? Thank you
    Daniel Lee
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, Can you send me Al’s information? I am interested in learning more about his strategy. Thank you
    Jennifer P Collins from Camden, South Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you! Will you please send me Al’s information? Thank you!
    Matthew Carroll from Los Angeles, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello! Can I please get Al’s course information. Thank you.
    Simon Eichner from Tucker, Georgia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul, please forward any details. Thank you
    Samuel Toscano from Los Angeles, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you for sharing Paul! I’ve thought of doing Airbnb, despite being non passive. This strategy reduces that element. Would you mind sharing the strategies to locate corporate clients?
    Eliecer Trillos from Atlanta, Georgia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul!! I would love to learn more about AI’ training. thank you!
    Bill Rollison wholesaler from Longmont, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul. Thanks for informing us. Would you please send me the info on Al’s training. Thanks have a great day?
    Jared Smith
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Would also love to get more details on this! Great strategy.
    Juliano Pereira from Revere, Massachusetts
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, this is an amazing strategy and would LOVE TO LEARN MORE! How can I go about learning Al’s strategy? Also, any in-depth insight on how to acquire these apartments would be very beneficial. This strategy seems very doable for me, but would love to know the ins-and-outs of Al’s strategy. Thank you….
    Mitch Conrad rental_property_investor from Arvada, CO
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I’d like any additional tips for getting corporate clients and also information on Al’s training. Thanks!
    Alex VanOeveren
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great article! Been looking for a way in to the real estate market and this sounds like a great entry point! Would you be willing to send me more info on Al’s training that you are using? I look forward to your response and Thank you again for the post!
    Greg Goodwin
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, This is very interesting. Could I get more info regarding this strategy?
    Brian Smith rental_property_investor from Watkinsville, GA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Thanks for the great article ! Keep up the great work. Will you please email me some information so I can learn more about Al’s program. Regards
    Tom Ehlers from Sammamish, Washington
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul – great article that has me thinking about how to better utilize some of our rentals. Could you send me the info on Al’s training and how to gain corporate clients that you’ve sent to the other respondents? Thanks much, Tom
    Aloysius Martis from San Francisco
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul! Amazing article with a great strategy. Could you send me details on Al’s training please? Thx, -Al
    Kenyona Pierre from Opa Locka, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, This sounds exactly like something I’ve been looking to do to gain entry into real estate. Can I also get Al’s seminar info as well?
    Ann Bilinski from San Diego, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul- This strategy is something I’m comfortable with and can see myself actually doing! Would love to have more details about Al’s training.
    Tia Pruett
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I’d love to find out where to find these corporate clients. Can I get Al’s seminar info too? Thanks!!
    Rob Chang investor from Clifton Park, New York
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great article. Please add me to the long list of budding real estate investors who would love to learn more about Al’s training! Thanks.
    Kara Barker realtor from Levittown, PA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul! Will you send me the info about Al’s training as well? Thanks in advance! Kara
    Ryan M. from Dayton, Ohio
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul! Would you add me to the list? I would appreciate it. Thanks!
    Tim Lowrie from Arvada, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, Great article! I would love to hear more about this strategy and Al’s tips for finding these corporate clients. Thanks..
    Dan Kilguss from Heber City, Utah
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Please send me Al’s info
    Sam Cherry
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, If you could send me the info on training that would be great. I will also be sending you a Linkedin request. I have supported Bible League in the past and your work with them is appreciated. I would like to take this opportunity to put a little twist on this idea. I did this during the US Open in 2005. I had just bought a townehome right next door to another I had purchased previously. I had just returned from Iraq and had built up two months of leave. I took it all to renovate both units top to bottom. I finished them both a few weeks prior to the open. Needless to say, they weren’t in the most exclusive neighborhood but they were nice , efficient, and close to the Open. Furnished homes at the US Open can go for $10k to $100K for the open. I had posted the availability on Craigslist and in the local paper (Craigslist was for a city 20 miles away) . I was getting occasional calls while the rehab was in progress but no one would commit because my timeline for rehab was too close to the US Open date and they didn’t want to take a risk. I finished the rehab 13 days prior to the Open. I furnished them with borrowed furniture from a relative and my house. My wife asked me to purchase a few items for our house that I got her permission to use for the open. Needless to say I rented both 5 days prior to the open and charged the equivalent of 4 month rent for each. All it cost me was 1 month of cable for each unit because I already had the utilites on from the rehab. So it worked out like this, I covered 25% of the cost of the rehab for renting both units for 5 days. The company that rented them thought it was a “steal” compared to the hotel rates that being charged in the area. Now for the twist that I plan to do during the next open. I am going to offer my tenants one month free rent during the open if they will vacate and allow me to use their townehouse to rent for the open. The utilities will already be in place and will offer a storage unit to secure their valuables and excess furniture/items during the Open. The proposition will be for the tenant that sees the value in this and will be backed up by writing. The offer will be for them to take vacation or stay with a friend in the area during the open. So bottom line is they will get one months free rent for vacating for 5 days during the open. I was going to try it for the US Open in 2014 but a work conflict that week precluded it. I had a hypothetical conversation with one of my tenants to see what they thought. They were open to it. Like I said it will be well documented to ensure all parties are informed, but in “theory” it sounds like it can work with the right tenant. Needless to say, I will price this 5 day stay at somewhere between 6-9 months of rent this time and I now own 3 units that this can be utilized for. Just another way to “think outside the box.” Sam Cherry
    Tanya Rooney flipper_rehabber from Roseville, MN
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Sam this is an awesome comment! We have a lot of large events in the Twin Cities that people do this for. If you have invested in good areas this is a great way to capitalize! Thanks for posting the reply.
    Sam Cherry
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Tanya, Thanks for reading. Sam
    Ray Wang
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul awesome article. How can we get in touch with Al course I want and need this course? Would you please send me a email too? Thanks.
    Jessica H. flipper_rehabber from Easton, PA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Would love the info. as well!
    Michael Fillmer rental_property_investor from Katy, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great post! As a newbie, I’m always looking for new learning material. I’ve never really liked the idea of AirBnB but I like the way you applied it! Can you post the link to Al’s course? I would love to look into that. Thanks
    Martha Valverde from Hallandale, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article. Please send me Al’s information or courses. Thanks for sharing.
    Braden DaBell from Little Elm, TX
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, Great article! Could you please also send me the details for Al’s training. Thanks!
    Mark Reeder wholesaler from Hagerstown, Maryland
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great article and exciting information. Can you send me the contact info for Al’s training please? Thanks for sharing this info!
    Marie Camping investor from Rapid City, South Dakota
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for a great article. Would you please provide me with more details also? Thank you.
    Jason Gestring from Carlsbad, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul awesome article. Been on the verge of purchasing a single family home to put on AirBnB but this sounds like a smarter way to get started. How can we get in touch with Al’s course I want and need this course. Thanks
    Wanda Cox
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article. I would love to have the info on All’s training. Thank you!
    Christopher Donovan from Dayton, Ohio
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Would love more information as well.
    Hunter Stratford from New York City, New York
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul. Great and unique share, thanks! I have 32 units and this may work for some of them, I have a few accidental corporate clients and they are great. I’m very interested in ideas on how to approach landlords to allow you to sublease. And also any information on Al’s training would be very appreciated. Thanks
    Hsiddiqui Sid
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Thanks for the insights into this unique strategy. I am just starting with real estate investing and would love to have more information about Al’s program. Could you please share Al’s program info. Many thanks
    Theresa Clayton from Roseville, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello: I’m in the health care field and am interested in providing long term rental opportunities for traveling nurses. Could you please send information on Al’s training program? Thank you.
    Mark Lininger
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, I just got around to reading your article and there are some great ideas there! Thank you for sharing. I’m just getting started in RE and I would love more info from you if you have it and info in Al’s training. Thanks in advance!!!
    Bill Kane from Richmond, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Please send me the details on Al’s program. Thanks for the great article. Bill -//-
    Tami Augustine
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Loved this article. My daughter is graduating this December. I’ve been talking real estate to her and this would be a perfect start. Please share Al’s info with us too.
    Rob Shoemaker investor from Louisville, Kentucky
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Ditto on Al’s program … please send to me if you have a chance. Cheers Rob
    Matt D. rental_property_investor from New Orleans, LA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    You can do a smaller scale version of this if your part of the country has residential RV parks. You can buy fairly decent RVs and campers from people off facebook or craigslist for under $10k. Clean them up, make any repairs, and then find a RV park that’s near the big factories, chemical plants, hospitals or wherever corporate living people may be. You can park your RV in the park for a few hundred bucks a month and then turn around and rent it to someone for less than they’d pay for a hotel. It’s actually a lot easier than trying to find houses to rent out especially for people who don’t already own a ton of properties like the guy in the article. in fact, you can probably buy a whole fleet of RVs for the price you’d pay for one house to rent. You could also just try to find a parcel of land to covert into your own RV park, but that comes with a whole lot more things to do. Using a RV park that already exists might cost you more in a year than the price of the land itself, but they already have everything established including bath facilities, laundry rooms, site manager, landscaping, utilities, etc. You might not make $10k/month.. probably closer to $3-4K if you have about 10 units, but it’s a good smaller-scale model to run for those of us still working our way up.
    Keith Chester
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello, Could you please send me the training details as well? Thank you
    Gregory Erb
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Could you please provide details on the training for the Airbnb? Thank you, Greg
    Edgar Gonzalez from Rancho Cucamonga, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, I enjoyed reading this article and would also like to know if you can send me Al’s training. Thank you, Edgar
    Mitchell Sawin from Castle Rock, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul! I am curious, what is the average time it takes from signing a rental agreement to getting it on the market to rent? Also how long (on average) does it take to get your first corporate or VRBO customer? What do you suggest for carting coast? I would love to get Al’s training material so I can start this process right away! Thank you for your time on writing this awesome article
    Greg Colon from Greenwich, CT
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great post. Could you please send me the details on Al’s training as well? I would love to learn more about this strategy. Thanks, Greg
    Daniel Walker from Old Hickory, Tennessee
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Wow! Best article from BP all year!
    Gamaliel M. from Atlanta, Georgia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for writing this informative article. Please send me additional information on this strategy.
    Joaquim Silva
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Thanks! Do you think this strategy can work well outside developed markets like in South America (eg. Brazil or Argentina)? Please, send me more details about Al’s course.
    Kristen Tortorella
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I really appreciated this article. Could you please send me a link to Als course? Thank you
    Adrian Stamer from Richmond, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This isn’t passive
    Gary Clark wholesaler from Montrose, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I absolutely LOVE this article! I feel like it’s a great way for me to get into real estate investing with minimal risk but potentially high profits. I’m curious though, in telling the landlord what you are doing, why wouldn’t the landlord just turn around and use the property for the same purpose instead of allowing you to do it? What’s your pitch to the landlord?
    Frank Mooradian
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Wow I’m seriously going to have to consider this when I move back to Chicago.
    Matt Jones
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I absolutely love this post. Not only is it inspiring but it provides a pretty good strategy that really lays out the 1, 2, 3’s. If theres further reading and guidance, i’m all eyes!
    Mark Muniz from Castle Rock, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I was very intrigued by your article. I have been trying to think of ways to generate income by using the structure of VRBO, AirBnB and the other rental programs for a few months. I would love to get details on Al’s courses and any further tips and tricks you have come across in your journey. Thanks!
    Daniel L Clayton from Montgomery, Alabama
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, loved the article and would love to get more info please! Thank you in advance
    Justin Atkison from Edmond, Oklahoma
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Could you send me details on Al’s training as well?
    Zachary Schreffler investor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great post. Could you please send me the details on Al’s training as well? I would love the opportunity to learn more.
    Mark Doyle investor from Bozeman, Montana
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, another great article. Would you also send the training info contact? Thanks!
    Tina Morgan from South Boston, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I have never been able to find a landlord who was willing to allow subleasing. How are you able to do that?
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Tina, That is a tough question. I will ask Al to answer this directly. As a landlord myself, I am happy to allow it! Not sure why someone wouldn’t.
    Mark Sullivan from Viera, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I’d be interested in this as well. Every lease I’ve ever signed or seen has a ‘no sublet’ clause, and many municipalities seem to have ordinances against what you’re describing.
    Deborah Bayles
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for a thought-provoking and well-written article, Paul! I have the same question that Tina does regarding subleasing, as well as what any potential liability might be for the “sub-landlord” in this nested leasing scheme. Would the primary property owner want to risk his Air B&B rating through sub-leasing to an arbitrageur (us) whose tenants were out of his direct control? Please send me the info on Al’s training — maybe he addresses these issues in his course!
    May Chen Ng
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Al, Please send me details on Al’s course, and how to get corporate clients. Thank you.
    Zack Powell from Sunbury, Ohio
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Could you send me the details on Al’s training as well? I would love to learn more about this strategy. Thanks, Zack
    Ed Evans from Coronado, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, What a great way to expand on short term / seasonal vacation rentals beyond peak season! Please forward info on marketing to corporate clients. Thanks!
    Lynne Smith investor from Leesburg, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great article. Can you add me to the list for the training info? Thanks, have a great day! Lynne
    Israel Gracia from Houston, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Can you please add me to the list as well. Thank you for sharing! Israel
    Ryan Hehman realtor from Washington, DC
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great Idea – could I also receive some information on the training course? Thanks!
    Alan Kahanu investor from Kailua, HI
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Aloha Paul, great article. This sounds amazing, please let me know more about Al’s training. Thanks, Alan
    John Horner
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Can you send me the info for Al’s Training? This a great write-up and crash course. Thank you for sharing. Best, Jay
    Lisa. Mcc real_estate_agent from NJ
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Mr. Moore You wrote à great article. Thanks for sharing. Can you send me the info for Al training. Thanks so much. Lisa
    Joseph Campbell from Redondo Beach, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Thanks for the great summary of the strategy, I’d like additional details, training, etc.! -Joe
    Steven B. investor from Niagara Falls, Ontario
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul. I have some properties that would be ideal for this. Can you please PM me more info. Regards Steven
    Christopher B. from Southeast, Michigan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This is a great article. It’s nice to read something new, besides the typical. Please share the details with me. You can PM me, and I’ll share my email address.
    Jonathan Gaspar
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I would like to get in touch with Al as well about the training program. Thanks for the great article!
    Abigail Buchanan from Lithonia, GA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul! Great info. Can I please get additional info on Al’s training as well as anything you have? . Thanks!
    Bryan P. rental_property_investor from Novato
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Creative use of STRs! Please add me to your list for training info.
    Antonio Sigillo from Brooklyn, New York
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Can I please have the article on the training emailed to me
    David Whittle
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul —This is a very good article …Can I please get additional info on Al’s training as well as anything else you have..You can PM me, and I’ll share my email address….thanks again
    Margarita Ocana
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, will you pls send me more info on Al’s program? and more information on how to connect with corp. clients. Thank you for sharing!! 🙂
    Margarita Ocana
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, will you pls send me more info on Al’s program? and more information on how to connect with corp. clients. Thank you for sharing!! 🙂
    Kinjal S. from New Jersey
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul! Would love to get more details on it and also on the training program. Would love to get our real estate goals started!
    Rajeev S. from FALLS CHURCH, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great article! Will really appreciate if you could please email me details on Al’s program. Thanks!
    Nancy P. from Naperville, Illinois
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article, but do remember that many municipalities regulate Air BNB properties. We own mostly condos and all the associations specifically forbid nightly rentals.
    Richa Patel
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great article! Can you please let me know more about Al’s training? Thanks!
    Dave G. from Holliston, Massachusetts
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article, Paul. Could you please send me the details on Al’s training as well?
    Richard Harris from Westland, Michigan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article and insights. I live in MI and I am interested in implementing that strategy. Please send me details on Al’s training. Thank you.
    Chris Nelson rental_property_investor from Saint George, UT
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for the information, Paul, especially since this is a real estate activity that has a low barrier of entry, which a number of new investors struggle with. Could you please send me the details and Al’s training, etc., thanks!
    George Cline
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Well, can you add my name to the dozens of others asking for the email with further information about finding the corporate clients and/or other details and strategies? Thanks, the article really got me thinking!
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    George, I have responded to you via email. To everyone else, I or someone on my team is responding via email to everyone who comments. Please send me a message via BP inbox or leave a comment and someone will help you!
    David Hardoin from Sterling Heights, Michigan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello, can you also send me the info on Al`s training and the corporate rentals. Thanks so much!
    Arness Ikner from Pasadena, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Awesome Article! How can I learn more about this strategy?
    Elisa Caldwell
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks Paul, Great info! I am a newbie, so the low risk excites me – any details you can share is appreciated as well as more info. on Al’s training.
    Robert Charles real_estate_agent from Cordova, Tennessee
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you so much Paul for the info! Can you send me the info on Al’s trainings and corporate rentals. This is definitely a game changer!
    Farun Zhang from Midlothian, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, Could you send me the details on Al’s training as well? I would love to learn more about this strategy. Thanks,
    Bob Sankey from Agua Dulce, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I like the concept. Doing something similar myself. The only issue I see is you suggest one should secure a month to month lease and then turn around and get involved in a longer term sub-lease. How can you fulfill your promise to the person you are renting to if you lose possession of the property before the sub lease is over? That could hurt. But then I’m not a lawyer, so maybe there’s a way….?
    Celine Liu from Houston
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, This is such an amazing strategy! I am so inspired! Could you e-mail me some details on Al’s strategy and his training course as well? I am about to start my first rental property and would like to learn how to maximize the rental capacity. Appreciated! Celine
    Dan Jaques from Canyon Lake, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Thanks for this Blog post. How can I ind out more about learning Al’s system. Thanks, Dan
    Ryan McIntyre realtor from Naples, FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Thanks for taking the time to share this great strategy. I’m very interested and would love to get more specifics like how to find the right rentals, negotiating strategies for the owner, and how to present yourself/this strategy to corporate entities. Please PM me some strategies that have worked for you or help me connect with someone, probably Al, who might be able to help me start implementing this strategy. Thanks for all your help and good luck with your investing!
    John M Anderson from Louisville, Kentucky
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great article. Thank you for sharing. Would you mind sending me the training materials and/or link to Al’s concepts? Cheers, John
    Trevor Lybbert real_estate_agent from Olympia, WA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I’d appreciate more information about the training as well. Thanks!
    Matthew Paladino rental_property_investor from N Palm Beach, FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul! I would love some additional info on Al’s training. Also, what is your approach with acquiring units from the landlords to sublet? I would assume most aren’t very receptive?
    Dee Alli
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great post and very interesting strategy! Can you please send me more info and details about Al’s training? Thanks!
    Kristin Perl investor from San Luis Obispo, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great article! Would you mind forwarding the same information on finding corporate tenants to me, as well? (Looks like a LOT of others have already requested it.) I really appreciate your articles. Great insight & experience packed into each one. THANK YOU!! -Kristin Perl
    Brandon Mix specialist from San Diego, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for the great article Paul. I can only imagine seeing your reaction as Martin comes strolling in drinking a beer at 10am. I would have done the same thing. You seized the opportunity to chat with him and you ended up learning a fantastic strategy that could net you thousands. I would love to get more information about Al’s course when you have the chance. Thanks again for the great content.
    Ajay Kumar investor from Dallas, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I own a few single family rentals but coming up with the 20-25% down payment is starting to become a bottleneck in rapidly appreciating markets. Your article should help break through the barriers of heavy capital requirements – thanks! Is there a way to post the additional information everyone’s asking for so we don’t all keep bugging you for the same thing? Cheers, Ajay
    Josh Collins from Woodbury, MN
    Replied about 1 year ago
    @Paul Moore – I had a railroad construction company and may have stayed in your two bedroom containers, er, apartments in ND during the oil boom. It was an amazing experience to see all of these boomtowns. I’ve never seen so many businesses run out of polesheds before. I have to say I’m surprised the more conservative folks (no, not the political affiliation) aren’t all over this article blasting it. I personally love it for it’s creativity but I’m surprised nonetheless. Regarding the more rural types of rentals, are there certain types of crowds that I should market toward? Is it a certain type of person or a certain type of industry? I see these types of housing to be more affordable to own which makes it a bit more interesting from my perspective. Thanks for a fun and “outside the box” article.
    Zachary Dietrich from Midvale, Utah
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, thanks for the great post. Could you please send me the link to Al’s training? Thank you.
    David McLean from Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paull, this a great article. I would love to get more information on Al’s training if you have it.
    David McLean from Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, this is a great article. I would love to get more information on Al’s training if you have it.
    Erik Raftery realtor from Boston, MA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, You wrote a fantastic article, throughly enjoyed reading it. I’d appreciate you sharing Al’s course info or the link to Al’s information. Thanks, Erik. Boston, MA
    Nellie Berdin real_estate_agent from Huntington Beach, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Awesome article Paul, Please forward the information regarding Al’s course. Kind Regards, Nellie Huntington Beach CA
    Nimisha R. from Santa Clara, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello can you please share Al’s course details to me as well? Thank you.
    Marc Biedenkapp investor from Wangen, Germany
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, thanks for sharing – great article. I am seriously thinking about implementing this strategy in one of my rentals this year. Could you please send me some information as well? Thanks a lot in advance! Marc
    Marc Biedenkapp investor from Wangen, Germany
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, thanks for sharing – great article. I am seriously thinking about implementing this strategy in one of my rentals this year. Could you please send me some information as well? Thanks a lot in advance! Marc
    Matt Smith from Santee, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article, could you send me the details as well. Thank you!
    Caleb Morgan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Would love some additional info. Thanks.
    Hunter Gonzales
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I enjoyed your post! tons of insightful information. Would you please send me some additional info on Al’s workshop? Thank you so much for sharing!
    Edgar Mendez Chacon rental_property_investor from Alexandria, Virginia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    A lot of the article sounds great in theory but there are still many hurdles to get over if you don’t own the property and are just renting it. Many leases don’t allow sublets or short term rentals so you’d have to negotiate that portion to be allowed. Also, many municipalities have restrictions on Airbnb rentals, such as in New Orleans, where you would need to get a license from the city for it and usually it’s for the property owner only.
    Heather Runge real_estate_agent from Truckee, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    SUCH good stuff here!!! I want to do this in my market, but I’d like to know what market conditions should be present to lower your risk of vacancy? Paul can you tell me how to access Al’s bank of advice? Thanks very much for this informative take on subleasing – game changer is right!! -Heather
    Stacey Porter
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great article, please send me information on Al’s workshop, thank you
    Lisa Monnig investor from Malvern, Pennsylvania
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I love this article! I lost my rentals in the divorce and looking for ways to get back into investing in my very expensive area of Philadelphia. Any additional details you would be willing to email is much appreciated!
    Jason B. from Chicago, Illinois
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, thanks for writing this great article. I’d love if you could send me more info on Al’s workshop as well. Side note – I loved the podcast you did over the summer here on BP! Thanks.
    Eric Izaguirre
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, wonderful and insightful article. May you send me more info on Al’s training course. Your article intrigued me to start my journey in real estate investing. Thank you!
    Mark Sverdlic real_estate_agent from Fort Lauderdale FL
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul , Could you send me the details about Al’s training ? Thanks.
    Paul Moore rental_property_investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    As a note to everyone, I or someone on my team is responding via email to everyone who comments. It is easier than responding to all the individual comments. Please send me a message via BP inbox or leave a comment and someone will help you! Sending a BP message to me directly may be the fastest way to get an answer. Thanks!
    Tashana Baker from West Palm Beach, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article, I would be interested in learning more about AI’s training.
    John Shaw
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Awesome stuff Paul! I’d appreciate the link to AL’s corse as well. Thank you!
    Christine Barnes
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article. Could you please forward me the information on Al’s training. Thank you.
    Gulliver R. rental_property_investor from Seattle, WA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul! Thank you for sharing! Can you please send me the info about Al’s training? I’m very interested. Thanks again! Gulliver
    Account Closed
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Loved the article Paul. Please send me any info on Al’s training. Excited to learn more. Thank You! Jeff
    Calgary Smith rental_property_investor from Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Amazing returns on a very interesting business model. I’m interested in learning more about Al’s training. Please do forward the information to me as well. Thank you!
    Christopher Kent
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Send it on over!
    Kris Tully rental_property_investor from Argyle, TX
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul–Like most others above I was wowed by this awesomely-creative business model, and the low risk, low capital aspect of it!! For using this model on a leased property, I too would expect resistance from landlords for sub-leasing….at least with frequency like Airbnb. Thanks for taking the time to share this info with us all! I would love receiving the info from Al about: 1) his training, 2) his approach to finding corporate clients, and 3) his suggestions on convincing a landlord to allow sub-leasing and MTM (presumably this would only work in a high-vacancy market/scenario or distress situation).
    Ivan Alvarado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, can you send me the details on Al’s program? Thanks!
    Ashley Wilson rental_property_investor from Radnor, PA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great post as always!!!
    Micah Miller
    Replied about 1 year ago
    What an inspiring article! Thanks Paul! My wife and I are starting to move into this type of business model next month. Would you mind sending the information on Al’s course? Really enjoying your posts! Always informative and inspirational!
    Daniel Yoo
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great article on corporate rental arbitrage. Could you please email me with more information on Al’s course? TIA.
    Joe Heiles
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, love the approach. Could you also send me information on Al’s course? Thanks, Joe.
    Jeff Tang from Alameda, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul! Would love more info on finding corporate tenants and Al’s strategies. Thanks!
    Emily Galore from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul! I would love to get More tips! Could you send me Als tips on getting corporate clients?
    Christopher Bowen from Everett, WA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great read, Paul! I would love to receive information on how to get in touch with corporate clients.
    Ozkan B.
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Can I have more information about this?
    Marcin Waligora
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Truly excellent article and a fantastic niche. Would be so kind and forward info on marketing to corporate clients. Thanks
    Deb Dossinger
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul…I would like more information on this strategy, please email to me. My main question is how to find apartment complexes willing to let me sublease the unit or do airbnb, I believe many have restrictions. So what are the tricks to get this strategy to work? Thank you!
    Tony Guard
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul. I am totally new to BP (just a couple days) but I have previously met a guy who was doing this method with a hospital in TN who had long term patient needs (we were one of them). It was cheaper than a hotel but still ended up being 3000/mth!. We were able to create a home away from home and we were grateful for that and for him. I would be very interested in getting Al’s information. Thanks! Tony Guard
    Corvin Farmer
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This is awesome and thank you for sharing! This could really help my wife and I get our investing going. Could you send me info on this?
    Jason Marcantonio real_estate_agent from Jupiter, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Very cool. Please share info or link to training.
    Michael Angelo
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey can you please share more info on this please? I would really like to get started.
    Dan White from Fort Collins, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Thanks for sharing. I also would like more information including Al’s material.
    Charisse Excell
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Mr. Moore, I enjoyed your article. I, too, like Tina above haven’t found any apartment rental that would allow subleasing. How does Al do it? Would love to know how to do this. How do I get more information about pursuing this? Is there any training available? I appreciate your taking the time to let me know.
    Andy Herbine
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul! Where can I get the info on the training that “Al” has put together? Thanks in advance!
    Paul Saxon
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Would love more info on getting started, and how to find these areas to rent and sublease.
    Jeremy Lovell from Birmingham, Alabama
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great info, I’ll love to know more about Al’s training program please. Thanks!
    Kishore Sadani real_estate_agent from Plano, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul. Thanks for sharing!! Let me also join in and ask for Al’s training program as well. Appreciate your help. Thanks!
    Eliza NA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Adding to the chorus here–great article, and would love Al’s training program as well. Thank you! Eliza
    Erik H.
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul – could you please send me info on Al’s program as well? Thanks!
    Shawn Swisher real_estate_agent from Knoxville, TN
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article!! Please send me more info about Al’s training program. Thank you!
    Shawn Swisher real_estate_agent from Knoxville, TN
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I believe this may be Al’s course for those who are asking: airbnblandlord.com
    Richard Cox investor from Danbury, North Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul! Thank you for sharing! Can you please send me the info about Al’s training? I’m very interested. Richard
    Susan Meyer from San Antonio, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Thanks for the thought-provoking article. I too would like to receive the information on Al’s training course. Susan
    Heather Kelty from Olympia, Washington
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Interesting article! Please send me the details about Al’s training program please. Thank you!
    Skyler Gant
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Could I possibly get the details on Al’s program? Thanks!
    Charles F. Billington from Copley, Ohio
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Really enticing. I’d love a copy of the materials as well. Thanks in advance.
    Doug Landeen from Fort Mill, South Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Valuable article!!! Please send me more info Thanks, Doug
    Charles Fallen rental_property_investor from Clarkdale, AZ
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article Paul…can you send me info on Al’s training as well? Thanks!
    Kit Williams from Brooklyn, New York
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Could you please also send me the details for Al’s training. Thanks!
    Kelli Henry
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you for sharing ! This is an eye-opener and hopefully a game-changer for me! Please send me any more information and details about Al’s training! Thanks!
    Kristy Victor realtor from Cape May, NJ
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, thanks for the article! Can I please get Al’s training? Thanks!
    Brian Orinick
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Could you also send me the link to Al’s training?
    Chris Leister from Telford, PA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Very creative. Where can I find more info Paul?
    Alex Wald rental_property_investor from Denver, CO
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul will you send me more details as well!? Thank you!
    Myles Kim from Atlanta, Georgia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, would love some info on Al’s training. Thanks!
    Steven Kakosyan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul. Very interesting article. If you could please send me the details on Al’s training, I’d really appreciate it. Thanks!
    Mike Marinucci
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I’d love to get more details on Al’s training. Thank you!
    Matt Helton lender
    Replied 10 months ago
    Thanks so much for the great info. I would love some more information. Thank you
    Manny Alvarado from Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    Replied about 1 month ago
    How would you do this in areas like Nashville TN where Davidson Country has this requirements to obtain a permit to Airbnb The following are required for each owner occupied short-term rental permit in Davidson County: Deed for the home (cannot be an LLC) 2 forms of proof of residence: Such document must include the address of the residence seeking a permit and may include a TN driver’s license, other state of TN ID card, Davidson County voter registration card, pay stub, work ID or badge, IRS W2 form, or bank statement. Utility bills will not be accepted as proof of residence.
    Luke Montoya
    Replied 9 months ago
    Interesting article, can you send me the details please? Thanks!
    Jeff Leffew rental_property_investor
    Replied 9 months ago
    Excellent information Paul! Please send me the details about Al’s training. Thanks!
    Erik Carlson from Lino Lakes, Minnesota
    Replied 7 months ago
    Could I get Al’s information as well.
    Liesel K. Antkoviak
    Replied 4 months ago
    Hi there. Great article. Can I please get an email on the training information. Thank you.
    Andrew Syrios from Kansas City, Missouri
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Good article, although, if you're making $10,000 in passive income, it's probably time to quit your day job...
    Jacobus Rex from Saint Cloud, Minnesota
    Replied about 1 month ago
    For sure!
    Alice Chau from Newark, California
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Thanks Paul, can you please also send me the link to AI's training as well? Alice
    John Picciano
    Replied about 1 month ago
    This is great Paul! I’ve been looking to get started in real estate investing and I think Al’s method is a less riskier undertaking. Can you please send me Al’s training. It would be very much appreciated.
    Sachin Maskey
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Thanks Paul, can you please also send me the link to AI's training as well? Alice
    Rajesh Kumar from Glenview, Illinois
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul, Thanks for the article. Can you share me the link to Al's training.
    Jonathan J. Garcia-Torres
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Paul i would like more information about Al’s this training
    Joseph Espana
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul, Would love more info/link from ALs training! Thank you
    Scott Nippert
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul, Excellent article! Could you please send me more info on Al's training? Thanks, Scott Nippert
    Kevin M. Walls
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hello Paul. Excellent content. Really good strategy on a area of real estate investing. Can you provide more information on how one can get started using this method? Does Al have a website one can go to? My email is [email protected] Thank you.
    Raul Velazquez Jr from Columbus, Ohio
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul, I too would like more in on Mr. Al. Thank you.
    Raul Velazquez Jr from Columbus, Ohio
    Replied about 1 month ago
    *info
    Debra B.
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Paul, Great article. I am interested in Al's training program. Would you kindly forward information on this training? Thanks, Debra
    Jon Kesler
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Could I get Al’s information as well.
    Manny Alvarado from Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    Replied about 1 month ago
    How would you do this in areas like Nashville TN where Davidson Country has this requirements to obtain a permit to Airbnb? The following are required for each owner occupied short-term rental permit in Davidson County: 1. Deed for the home (cannot be an LLC) 2. 2 forms of proof of residence: Such document must include the address of the residence seeking a permit and may include a TN driver’s license, other state of TN ID card, Davidson County voter registration card, pay stub, work ID or badge, IRS W2 form, or bank statement. Utility bills will not be accepted as proof of residence.
    Adam Lacey from Castle Rock, CO
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Thanks for the article, Paul. Could you send Al's information? TIA
    Rafael Rivera Jr lender from Patchogue, Long Island NY
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Great Article Paul! I would also like Al's Info. Thank you
    Rob Lalumendre investor from Bourbonnais, Illinois
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Paul, Terrific article! Can you please send me Al's information? Thanks
    Hip Rodriguez from Chicago, Illinois
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hey Paul, Can you send me more information as well. Hip
    Elizabeth Becks
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul, thanks so much for the article. Do you mind sharing Al's information? Thank you so much!
    Trevor Wolski
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul. I would love more info on Al’s training too please. Also, does he offer information on Canadian markets for this strategy? Thanks
    John S Lewis from Jackson, NJ
    Replied about 1 month ago
    @Paul Moore - so I see this was posted over a year ago, and I'm just getting it in my email. Wow! Can I get on the list of getting information about Al and his training? Thanks.
    Adrian Gonzalez from Houston, Tx
    Replied about 1 month ago
    Hi Paul, loved the articles had me glued to it. I would like to learn more about this. Thanks for the inspiration!