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Do Nothing and Get Paid as a "Passive Landlord"

Collect Monthly Rent Checks Without Owning a Single Property

Written by Jason Williams
Posted March 27, 2019

Have you ever thought about investing in real estate? I know I have.

You see all these shows on HGTV and Discovery where they’re buying and flipping houses. They make it seem easy, like it’s a foregone conclusion that you’re going to make money when you sell.

And you think about all those rent checks you paid before you bought a place of your own — or the rent checks you’re still writing month in and month out. And you think how nice it would be to get on the receiving end one of these days.

Or maybe you watch a news piece about someone who bought land in an undeveloped area that suddenly became THE place to live. And you heard about the ridiculous profit that speculator made.

It sounds pretty great. Buy it, paint it, sell it. Buy it, sit on it, sell it. Buy it, rent it, keep it. You either get big one-time profits or a steady income stream every month.

The Grass Is Always Greener

But the thing is, it’s not as easy as those shows make it seem. Being a landlord isn’t all just cashing checks. And for every person who’s made a ton speculation on land, 15 have lost their shirts.

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That’s why returns on real estate are historically higher than on other “safer” investments.

For one, your money is locked up pretty tight. Real estate is not a liquid asset. Try paying for a Coke with a handful of dirt and see how fast you get put in the loony bin.

And more importantly, your profits depend almost entirely on you.

Either you have to know houses so you only try to flip ones that are undervalued and need little work, or you have to know what’s coming to an area in the future so you can scoop up the land before it’s there.

And if you’re trying to rent out the property, first you’ve got to find tenants who will pay you every month and not destroy your investment.

There’s a lot more that goes into real estate investing than some might think. And there’s a lot more risk than a lot of folks would have you believe.

But when you can make a 20% return on your investment, there will always be folks willing to take a chance.

A Better Way to Rent

If you know what you’re doing, you can make a pretty profit flipping houses, speculating on land, or becoming a landlord.

But did you know there’s a way you can reap the benefits of all three professions? And you can do it without ever buying a single acre of land or single square foot of a building?

Because there is just such a way. I lead an investing and wealth-building community with my partner Briton Ryle. And we’re always looking for ways to increase wealth and secure steady income for the members of our community.

Real estate is just too profitable for us to ignore. But as I said, there are a lot of risks. And land or buildings are not easy to get rid of when you’re ready to sell.

But we’re not quitters. So we kept looking for a way to profit from real estate without having to actually invest in the physical stuff.

And we found just that...

All the Profit, None of the Work

We found a way to invest in some of the country’s most lucrative real estate markets. And we figured out how to do it without owning a speck of land or a splinter of a house.

But you’ll still be able to collect monthly checks — just like a landlord getting paid rent. It’s so similar that Brit and I have taken to calling ourselves and our fellow investors “passive landlords.”

We don’t really DO anything. But we still get paid every single month.

And the checks can be pretty big, too. Some folks investing alongside us are netting monthly “passive rent checks” in the thousands.

Mary Kingsford in Vermont recently received a check for $1,638. And Jerry Stevens from Arizona got payments of $5,969 a month all last year.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Some folks who have been doing this since Brit and I uncovered it are banking hundreds of thousands.

And they haven’t bought or sold any property to do it. They’re not renting out rooms at their houses. And they’re certainly not out there tying to guess where the next up-and-coming city is going to be.

Yet they’re collecting these “rent checks” every single month nonetheless.

And the money is coming from some of the most profitable and highly sought-after real estate in the country.

I’m talking about retail real estate that’s always nearly 100% packed with stores and shoppers.

retail real estate

I’m talking about industrial real estate that’s generating millions in revenue keeping our country’s businesses running.

industrial real estate

And I’m talking about the most important and most valuable real estate of all: farmland. Without it, the world couldn’t exist.


It’s all generating massive rent checks for savvy investors every single month.

And you can join them as soon as today. Because there’s another set of rent checks about to come out.

Become a Passive Landlord Today

Brit and I have everything you need to claim yours starting this month. We’ve put together a report that details the opportunity.

It will tell you all about the three different types of properties you’ll be collecting rent from, and it’ll explain how to get started immediately.

Oh, and did I mention? It will also explain that you don’t need to be rich already to start collecting these checks.

That’s what’s so great. Bad credit? No credit? No problem!

Seriously, though, for less than the cost of a good steak dinner or a day at the ballpark, you can get started on your way to collecting $2,400, $4,700, even $8,680 every single month for the rest of your life.

And once you get started, there’s really nothing left to do but sit back and get paid. It’s the kind of investing everyone dreams about.

Just click here to access the report. It will explain everything you need to know.

To your wealth,

To your wealth,


Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason analyzed complex projects and budgets for the U.S. Army. Then, at Morgan Stanley, he led the assistants' team for the North American repo sales desk, responsible for hundreds of multibillion-dollar trades every day. Jason is the assistant editor for The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He also contributes regularly to Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.

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