Increasing Your Passive Income with Real Estate

Regardless of what people may think, real estate can be passive. The trick is to find a property manager or someone who loves the day-to-day parts of real estate management so that you can focus on the important aspects: finding a property, building up equity, and so on. While a property manager will help you free up your time, it is not going to come cheap. In fact, depending on your property, it may mean the difference between a positive cash flow and a negative one. If you are a passive real estate investor, you may be looking for easy ways to lower your expenses and increase your revenue in order to increase your cash flow.

Common Ways to Increase Your Passive Income

Passive income isn’t all fun and games. It takes a little work and/or money at first to get the stream(s) of income coming in. A great example of this is real estate. It’s not as simple as putting money in an account and then you generate a small percentage of income each year. It takes a lot of work to set up the system that generates income. As it turns out, there are those who invest in real estate and make a little, and then there are those who invest in real estate and make a lot of money. There are many differences in the approaches. If you want to increase your passive income, make sure you take the necessary steps.

Passive Income: Let Someone Else Pay Your Mortgage

Nothing has demonstrated the fragility of jobs more than what we have been through in the past five years. Twenty-three million people unemployed or underemployed is something that even the most obtuse among us cannot ignore. This is not a political statement. It is a fact, and it is irrefutable. Maybe you are one of those 23 million. I can only imagine how losing your job has turned your life upside down. Unemployment compensation cannot replace a paycheck and although it surely helps, it is only available for a defined period. Passive income can be a buffer against such life-changing events.

Passive Income: The Pros and Cons of Rental Income, Part Two

If you are just now joining us in our discussion about making a passive income through rental income (being a landlord), you need to stop your eyeballs in their tracks and go back and read the first part which contains the pros of making income as a landlord. This part is all about the downside to making a passive income by renting out property.

Passive Income: The Pros and Cons of Rental Income, Part One

Have you ever sat down in your home, put up your feet, stretched your arms out behind your head and wondered what it would be like to make money without working for it? Passive income is a form of income that you can make with minimal effort on your part. We’ve already discusses gaining passive income through publishing royalties, but this article is all about gaining a passive income as a landlord.

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