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 entered the management development track at Ford Motor Company in Detroit. After five years, he departed to start a...
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    Greg Goodwin
    Replied about 2 years ago
    Hi Paul, This is very interesting. Could I get more info regarding this strategy?
    Steven Kakosyan
    Replied almost 2 years 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 Lender from Maryland
    Replied almost 2 years ago
    I’d love to get more details on Al’s training. Thank you!
    Matt Helton Lender
    Replied almost 2 years ago
    Thanks so much for the great info. I would love some more information. Thank you
    Manny Alvarado Rehabber/Investor from Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    Replied about 1 year 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 over 1 year ago
    Interesting article, can you send me the details please? Thanks!
    Jeff Leffew Rental Property Investor
    Replied over 1 year ago
    Excellent information Paul! Please send me the details about Al’s training. Thanks!
    Erik Carlson from Lino Lakes, Minnesota
    Replied over 1 year ago
    Could I get Al’s information as well.
    Liesel K. Antkoviak
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi there. Great article. Can I please get an email on the training information. Thank you.
    Andrew Syrios Residential Real Estate Investor from Kansas City, MO
    Replied about 1 year 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 year ago
    For sure!
    Alice Chau from Newark, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks Paul, can you please also send me the link to AI's training as well? Alice
    John Picciano
    Replied about 1 year 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 year 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 year ago
    Hi Paul, Thanks for the article. Can you share me the link to Al's training.
    Jonathan J. Garcia-Torres
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul i would like more information about Al’s this training
    Joseph Espana
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Would love more info/link from ALs training! Thank you
    Scott Nippert
    Replied about 1 year 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 year 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 year ago
    Hi Paul, I too would like more in on Mr. Al. Thank you.
    Raul Velazquez Jr from Columbus, Ohio
    Replied about 1 year ago
    *info
    Debra B.
    Replied about 1 year 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 year ago
    Could I get Al’s information as well.
    Manny Alvarado Rehabber/Investor from Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    Replied about 1 year 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 Investor from Castle Rock, CO
    Replied about 1 year 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 year ago
    Great Article Paul! I would also like Al's Info. Thank you
    Rob Lalumendre Investor from Bourbonnais, Illinois
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Terrific article! Can you please send me Al's information? Thanks
    Hip Rodriguez from Chicago, Illinois
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, Can you send me more information as well. Hip
    Elizabeth Becks
    Replied about 1 year 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 year 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 year 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 year ago
    Hi Paul, loved the articles had me glued to it. I would like to learn more about this. Thanks for the inspiration!
    Tim Thornton from Colorado Springs, CO
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I'm doing quite a bit of this now, but would love to learn more. Please message me some info as well if you are still doing so. Thanks!
    Travis McChesney from Aurora, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great article! I know it's at least a year old at this point, but would love to get more info about Al's offerings, if you have it. Thanks!
    Raul Mesta Realtor from Austin, TX
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, can you please let me know where I can get Al's training? Thanks
    Holly Alexander
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul. Thanks for broadening my horizons with this article! Could you kindly send me link to Al’s training program? Greatly appreciated Holly
    Sharon Rosendahl Investor from Stanwood, Washington
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I have known some people who do corporate rentals. They tell me it is the best thing. Generally, the company is paying, the tenants are easy and it is lucrative. Even if it is the individual who is paying, this type of renter seems to be quieter and less destructive.
    Frank Garner
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Just seeing this as it was rerun on BP. Would you please send me Al’s training information if he’s not already retired!!:)
    Krystal Williams
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul! Great article, could you send me the training info as well?
    Casey Washack Rental Property Investor from Kingwood, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Great article. Definitely worth pursuing . Can you give me the details to Al's training? Thank you!
    Michael Sandvig Investor from Denver, Colorado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article - like everyone else I would also love more details on Al's training if you would be so kind! :) Thanks!!
    Christopher Beeler
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi, Paul. I am interested in learning more information about AI’s experience and course.
    Madeline Irving
    Replied about 1 year ago
    More information on Al's training please
    Marcus Wiersma Investor from Grand Rapids, MI
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Sounds great but can get really tricky in some states when people are staying 29+ days. In some cases people can get tenant rights and it can be difficult to get them out.
    Mike Murray
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I am also interested in finding out more, including Al's training.
    April Peel
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great Article, can you please send me more information on Al’s training. Thanks!!
    Scott Taylor Rental Property Investor from Spring, TX
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Interesting article. Would you mind sending me information on Al's training? Thank you!
    Aaron Hahn
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul! Thanks for the great article. Would love the information about how to obtain Al's training! Thanks! Best, Aaron Hahn
    Brian Matthews from San Antonio, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, I'm interested in Al's training. Would love more information.
    Vincent Filia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I’m interested too! Glad I stumbled upon this article.
    Mykhaylo Dudkin
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, please loop me in with Al's training or contact information. This was a great piece - thank you.
    John Trammell
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi, Paul Great article and thanks for sharing. I’m also very interested in receiving Al’s training if possible. Thanks, JT
    Neha Mittal from Ridgewood NJ
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi would love to know more about air bnb amen furnished rentals listings, I invest but mostly to direct tenants.
    Marcie Byrd Investor from Nashua, New Hampshire
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul – Great article. I've been dabbling with putting my summer place on Airbnb. Would you please send me the details of Al’s training as well. Thanks!
    Valarie Vest from Iowa City, IA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article and perfect timing personally. Would appreciate the details of Al’s training if you would share. Many thanks, Val
    Robert Eversman Rental Property Investor from San Luis Obispo, CA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Excellent article. I also would like more information!
    Sheri Goins Investor from Chattanooga, Tennessee
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I'd love to have more information about Al's training and book - please send - Thanks!
    Sasha Burnette
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, thanks for sharing this great article! Please send me Al’s information regarding his training and book. Thanks again!
    Fernando Quintero Flipper/Rehabber from Union, NJ
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Excellent article. Thank you very much for sharing. Could I please get Al’s training information? I’m new to Airbnb and I’m looking to start the business in the right direction. I thank you in advance for your prompt response, Fernando
    Sam Ostreicher Flipper from Spring Valley, New York
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul and Thank you very much for this information Can you kindly send me the info for Al's training ? Thanks in advance
    Kenya Chambers
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you for this ! Is there any way you could send me information on Al’s training program?
    Cheryl Abram Rental Property Investor from Salt Lake City, UT
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for the article. Can you please send me details on the training also?
    Jacobus Rex from Saint Cloud, Minnesota
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This is an article resent to subscribers from a year ago. . . it seems. I have a question, perhaps I missed it in the article. Isn't this a form of sub-leasing? Don't lease terms for single-family and small multi-plex units typically prohibit this? I know mine do. If anyone is going to do AirBnb it's going to be me, not the person leasing from me. I must've missed the answer to this. Can someone point me to it?
    Sue Duvall from Archer, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Wonderful article and would like info on Al’s training as well if still available. Evidently this has recirculated from year ago.
    Glenn H. Specialist from Olathe, KS
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul. Great article...I would like info on Al's training too, if still available, please. Thank you.
    Catherine Uwaechua
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, Thank you for this article. I live in Ontario, Canada and i am positive this strategy will work here too. Kindly send me more details on Al's training. Thank you.
    Paul Virgin Investor from Melbourne, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, I am interested in learning more about this strategy. Would you please share Al's information with me, I would appreciate it. Thank you.
    Gregory Williams
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul I would also be interested in leaning more about this strategy, please forward info
    Kristen Haynes Specialist from Greater Charlotte NC and Charleston, SC areas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello, Paul; We haven't chatted for awhile- I hope that this finds you doing well! This is a VERY interesting concept. The only potential hiccup is, if you do not own the property, and you are renting it originally from another entity, before you rent the unit, check your 'lease', to make sure that you CAN legally sublease to others under their lease with the apartment complex or hotel (Residence inn, and the like). Most leases have language in them that do not allow you to 'sublease' the property to others. Big companies will normally not change their corporate lease, so you would need to get an exception in writing to this clause. Stay in touch and let me know how this program works out for for you. I'll be following your progress on this new strategy! :)
    Tashina Taylor from Gillette, WY
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, I would love to hear more about your Bakken venture and the risks. I am in the Powder River, and it is absolutely getting crowded. Just the two crews at my company fully occupy the only 2 higher end hotels in town, leaving one very "meh" and shady hotel across town that only has 20 rooms. They're attempting to make a man camp in this town, but it was spoken for by another company as soon as the word got out. The PR has many opportunities opening up at the moment.
    Savina Boyd from Portland Metro Area
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Tashina! Which company on the Powder River do you work for? I heard it was absolutely beautiful in some parts! Hope you get to enjoy some of that scenery...
    Aaron Mosher
    Replied about 1 year ago
    This would be great, BUT....most leases should prohibit subletting without the lessors' permission. I certainly write my leases with that language. Sure, the math would be great - definitely in my market! - but the owners of the nice apartment complexes do not want short term tenants in the complexes.
    David Mayor from Kalamazoo, Michigan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul, Great article and thanks for sharing. This sounds like all the other posts, but can I get any more info about Al's training? Thanks DM
    Savina Boyd from Portland Metro Area
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul! Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us all. I sent you a BP message requesting Al’s info. Thank you for taking the time to help out the small fries! ;)
    Himanshu Patwardhan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Please send me more information on Al' course
    Douglas Fernandes
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, thanks so much for sharing! Just purchased my first property and would love to learn more about this. Could you please forward me Al's training? Thanks again!
    Lindsey Stegall from Greenville, SC
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Paul thank you so much for sharing! Can you please send me more information on Al’s training? Thank you!
    Jane Gray Real Estate Agent from Vienna, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Maybe you could publish in an e-book? It would be great to get the information so that we're not all re-inventing the wheel... :) Thanks! Jane
    Michelle Shelley from Fort Worth, Texas
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello please send me more information on Al’s course thank you!
    Richard Thomas Rental Property Investor from Lake Orion, MI
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I loved this article Paul. Could you please send me more info regarding Al's program. Thank you!
    Brett Montgomery
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article! Could you please send me information regarding Al's program? Thank you
    Lakesha Forest from DFW, TX
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article and perfect timing personally. Would appreciate the details of Al’s training if you would share. Thank you!
    Francisco Ortiz from New Jersey
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thank you for the article, Paul. I'd like info on Al's training, please.
    John Bohannan New to Real Estate from Denver, CO
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi! Please send me information on the training. Thanks!
    Jason Nguyen from San Jose, California
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul. Great post, very informative. I love more info on Al’s training. Thank you so much!!
    Sylvia B. Rental Property Investor from Douglas County, MO
    Replied about 1 year ago
    "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." This one really had me laughing. People who live "in the sticks" don't have a local airport, they drive 1 to 5 hours to get to one. This guy lives in a city, as opposed to a major metropolitan area.
    Kristian Lund from Mamaroneck, NY
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Fantastic post! I would love to receive information and contacts for Al's training as well. Thanks for sharing this Paul! Kristian
    Leah Ratnofsky Real Estate Agent from Boston, MA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Reading for the first time. Would love Al's info as well. Thanks!
    Joshua Conaway
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would also like Al's info. Thank you.
    Jayme Scott
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I would love information about Al’s course/info. Thanks!
    Taneya Walker
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Thanks for sharing! Let me make sure I understand the acquiring the property piece. I'll use one of the newly minted, popular and geographically attractive apartments around my area. If I were following this strategy, I would lease one of the apartments in my name while letting the leasing company know that I plan to lease it out to someone else? Are they leasing companies generally receptive to this idea? Please email Al's training, thank you!
    Justin Atkison from Edmond, Oklahoma
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Could you send me Al's information as well please.
    Chad Clinton Investor from Washington, District of Columbia
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, This is great information and exactly the type of real estate investing I'm most interested in at this point. I'm a single father looking to generate residual income and not be bound and totally dependent on my 9-5 job. Would you please send me info on Al's program/training?
    Jonathan Haynes
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Could you send me Al's info as well? Thanks!
    Dana Buchanan
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul. Could you send me Al's training info as well? Thanks!
    Alexis Morales Rental Property Investor
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul, like many here, I am also interested in the training. Please send me the link. Thanks!
    William Brock from Austin, TX
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, great article for sure! I too would like the information on Al's training. Thanks!
    Daniel Dingess from Tacoma, Washington
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Just read this. Would love Al's info as well. Thanks!
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Everyone! Please contact me at my BP Profile page to get Al's info. He has changed his website and I want to get sure yo get you the most updated info. One more note... I am at the BP Conference and there are 2 young guys who read this article over a year ago and have implemented it. They are reportedly grossing about $70,000 per month now and netting almost 50% of that. This works!
    Andrea Furtado
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Great article!! I would love to know more info about Al’s training program! Thank you!
    Dino D'Angelo from Springfield, New Jersey
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Excellent article, may I have information regarding Al's training program? Thank you very much!!
    Adam Christian from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    Replied about 1 year ago
    I would beinterested in learning more Paul. My email is [email protected]
    Valbona Gjoligaj
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, Looks like it is late, but I just got this great information. Would you send me the Al program offer, please/? my email is [email protected]
    Jason Hawkins
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hey Paul, I just read your article and it really interested me. Would you please send me more information about Al’s training. I would really appreciate it. My email is [email protected] Thanks Jason
    Adam Tyler
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Can I have info on Al’s training too please.
    Kristi Ballou
    Replied about 1 year ago
    HI. I would love information on Al's training. Thank you so much! Kristi [email protected]
    Melissa Lewis from Charlotte, North Carolina
    Replied about 1 year ago
    Hello Paul I read your article. Please send me information on Al's training. Thank you. My email [email protected]
    Dieter Trippel
    Replied almost 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I read your article and want more information on Al's training. Thank you so much for sharing, My email is [email protected]
    Miaojing Li
    Replied almost 1 year ago
    Hi Paul, I read your article and want more information on Al's training. Thank you so much for sharing, My email is [email protected]
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied almost 1 year ago
    Hi everyone. Please reach out to me on my BP profile. I just met a few guys who are netting over $30,000 per month in profit using this strategy! With full time jobs.
    Dai Hai Ngo Rental Property Investor from Irvine, CA
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi Paul, I just read your article today. Great and inspirational information. I would love to apply this kind of investment to my portfolio. Please send me more information about AI's training. My email address is [email protected] Thank you very much in advance.
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi everyone. Please reach out to me on my BP profile. I just met a few guys who are netting over $30,000 per month in profit using this strategy! With full-time jobs.
    Palmira Angelova from Oakland, CA
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi Paul, I'd also love to get some info about Al's training. This definitely got me thinking - thanks for this great article!
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi everyone. Please reach out to me on my BP profile. I just met a few guys who are netting over $30,000 per month in profit using this strategy! With full-time jobs.
    Leira Bristol Investor from Castro Valley, California
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi Paul, thanks for sharing this great article. I am interested in learning more about this, could you please send me Al's training information. thanks Leira
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi everyone. Please reach out to me on my BP profile. I just met a few guys who are netting over $30,000 per month in profit using this strategy! With full-time jobs.
    Samuel J Gonzales IV from TX
    Replied 12 months ago
    I too want some info on Al's training. That you Mr. Moore
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 12 months ago
    Hi everyone. Please reach out to me on my BP profile. I just met a few guys who are netting over $30,000 per month in profit using this strategy! With full-time jobs.
    Roger Hefner from Yuma, Arizona
    Replied 11 months ago
    I have 5 paid off rentals I may start testing this. Thanks for the info.
    Nina Fodje
    Replied 11 months ago
    Thank you for the article. It was very informative. I would like to start investing and don’t even know how to go about it. Can you tell me where to go to signup for Al’s training? Thank you
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 10 months ago
    Hi Nina. Just reach out to me at my BP profile. Thanks!
    Troy Garwood Rental Property Investor from North Bend, WA
    Replied 9 months ago
    Very interesting article Paul. I'd like to learn more. Thanks!
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 9 months ago
    Hi Troy, Great! Just reach out to me on my BP profile.
    Tyler Kabat from Appleton, Wisconsin
    Replied 8 months ago
    Hi Paul! I'd love more tips on finding those long term renters, and any other info I can get on this topic! Thank you!
    Yemi Odina
    Replied 8 months ago
    Hi Paul, can you please share more details on the al program? Thanks
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 8 months ago
    Yemi, Thanks for writing. You can go to www.wellingscapital.com/resources or ask at that same website.
    Rob Win
    Replied 6 months ago
    Hi can you send me more info on how to get corporate clients, also I would like to learn this strategy, how do I access the training??
    Paul Moore Investor from Lynchburg, VA
    Replied 6 months ago
    Hi Rob, Please reach out to me at my profile page and I will share my latest stuff with you. This is a great time to prepare for a future in this... but it may not be the best time to do it.