How to Profit From Real Estate: Ways 61 to 80
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Ways to Profit From Real Estate
By Steve Gillman
These are the next twenty ways to make make a profit from
real estate, starting with a few more ways to make money writing
about the related subjects.
on Kindle - You can open an account for free and sell your
real estate investing books in this electronic format for a 70%
revenue sharing sites - You write the pages on your favorite
real estate topics, and they split the advertising revenue with
63. Be a blogger - You can blog about any aspect of
real estate that you want, and make money promoting product or
64. Convert a home into a duplex - This is a way to
boost the cash flow from a big rental house, and is covered in
the course linked to in the resources below.
65. Make a duplex a single family home - The opposite
of the above plan, this works to boost the value of a house in
some areas, and is also covered in the course.
66. Sell a conservation
easement - This is a way to raise cash on your existing property
or a plan to make when investing.
67. Buy and lease back to seller - This is typically
done for large retailers who need to get their capital out of
a building and are willing to give you good cash flow to buy
the property and lease it back.
68. Large item storage facility - Some cheap land is
perfect for this. Buy it, fence it, and charge a monthly or seasonal
fee for people to store their boats, RVs and other large items
69. Equity sharing - Not
a method used much (if at all) these days, but in times of rising
prices you can help people get into a home for a share of the
appreciation and other equity built up.
upper houses - Buy cheap, fix and improve, and sell for a
good profit; a great idea if you do it right.
71. Limited partnerships - This is a way to invest
without the liability, and it is covered in the free course linked
to further down this page.
rental property fixer uppers - The idea here is to either
make better cash flow or sell for a profit after fixing the place
and raising the rent.
73. Garage rental - If you have a large garage you
don't need, you can rent it out to a band that needs a place
to practice, an artist for a studio, or a mechanic. You might
do this as part of a rental you buy, and collect rent for both
the residence and the garage.
74. Option special properties - Paying for cheap options
and then looking for buyers can work well with fruit orchards,
parking lot sites and other "special" properties.
75. Under-utilized properties
- Buy properties that aren't fully utilized (like a mobile home
park with empty spaces), make full use of them to generate cash
flow or to sell for a profit.
76. Timeshare investments
- The first buyer usually loses on these partial-ownership properties,
but investors can later buy cheap to sell for a profit.
77. Sell to your renters - This is a way to get out
of the headaches of being a landlord and get a good price for
a house without paying a commission. Do it with good tenants
and provide easy financing to make this work.
78. Invest in tax liens - Make
up to 20% returns buying property tax debts, guaranteed by the
local taxing authority.
79. Tax sales - Buying at the
point where the property is lost due to back taxes means getting
the property cheap.
80. Use your land - If you have land that you are speculating
on or just waiting for a better time to sell, look for ways to
generate income while you wait, like, leasing it to a flea market,
or charging for parking on it.
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