If you just buy one manufactured home a month over the next 12 months, you would have $3,000 of monthly cashflow and $36,000 a year of extra annual income without owing a penny.
The tenants living your manufactured homes would handle taxes, repairs, and maintenance decreasing your expenses significantly. I'll show you how to set all of this up.
You could use this income in the 2nd year to buy additional manufactured homes compounding your cashflow further. The best part is this plan will continue working perfectly regardless of what happens in the various markets.
- Interest rates increase? So what!
- The real estate market slows down and home prices go soft? Who cares!
- Lenders tighten their mortgage qualification standards? Forgetaboutit!
- The stock market crashes? Awesome, maybe we’ll invest our cashflow in great stocks at bargain prices!
Why am I sharing all of this?
We’re living in interesting economic times right now. Many economic experts are suggesting a large market crash in bonds, stocks, and real estate in the next year, or two. I have no idea if they’re correct, but it certainly seems possible considering the various bubbles we have right now.
Wouldn’t it be a good idea to prepare for this possibility?
I’m not suggesting going all in and buying 20 manufactured homes next month. Maybe, just buy one or two and see how it goes. Start collecting some monthly cashflow and let your actual results dictate what you do going forward. I will help you every step of the way.
To give you some extra incentive, I’ve setup a special limited time sale where you can enroll in my “Ultimate Lifestyle Business System” for just $497. This is a 50% discount off of the regular enrollment fee.