In this early holiday roundup, Ian discusses how deposits can protect your short term rental, I show how renting vacant units will increase my 2022 cash flow, and Jordan argues that money can buy happiness!
Carpe Diem MD
In this post, Ian compares two methods for protecting your short term rental from damage from guests: insurance and deposits. He goes through some advantages and disadvantages of each option, but it seems like he favors the deposit option. Which do you prefer?
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The Darwinian Doctor
In my weekly update on my real estate empire, I wrote about some successes on the property management side. We’ve rented out about half of the available units in the Indy apartment buildings. This should swing our cash flow positive in 2022 from these buildings to the tune of $64,836!
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The Prudent Plastic Surgeon
In this holiday themed post from Jordan Frey, he asserts that money really can buy happiness! He explains how in his own life, becoming financially literate has made the holidays a joyful time, instead of the stressful time that it used to be. He concludes by acknowledging that money is necessary, but not sufficient for happiness. I couldn’t agree more.
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