10 Proven Strategies for Generating Passive Income with Build-to-Rent Properties

December 16, 2022

Episode 127


The Secret to a Legendary Family Life

What would you do with more time with your family and more money in your bank account?

  • Travel More?
  • Buy a Bigger House?
  • Send Your Kids to Better Schools?
  • Give More to Charity?
  • Start Your Own Foundation?

Today you’re going to meet a man who’s figured out the SECRET to creating passive income and a complete freedom of lifestyle.

His name is Jim Sheils, and in this episode, Mike and Jim talk about his Build-to-Rent model for real estate investing and why it’s the way to go.

Jim’s system allows for top construction standards and high rental prices. He has ten rules for building-to-rent including five success indicators that he’s spent over 20 years perfecting.

In fact, his team takes care of all the work for you, doing all the research and finding the areas that match the five success indicators. They can even manage the property for you to ensure top performance.

Jim’s Build-to-Rent model can afford anyone more time with loved ones and more cash in the bank.

Don't be afraid of real estate investing like Mike was. Jim has unlocked its secrets and brings in over $40k in passive income per month. He can help you do the same.

Key Takeaways

  • 3:09: I’ve Invested Poorly
  • 3:30: By 18 you have spent 85% of the time with your family!
  • 6:30: You think you know real estate?
  • 12:09: Is this you? Because it should be
  • 12:50: 10 Build-to-Rent Investment Rules
  • 25:16: Success Indicators Jim swears by
  • 34:30: Why new is great!
  • 37:13: Want to know more? Jim has a webinar
  • 37:53: Okay but who has this helped?
  • 41:00: Community and family make business perfect

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