Bankrupt (now Millionaire) Shows How She Gets 2-3x More Rent with this Amazing Technique

REIN’s Featured Presenter for January has had it all…

Bad credit. No money. 10-year marriage ended in divorce. Surprise
$100,000 in ex-husband credit card debt. Bankruptcy. Foreclosure.
Single Mom with 3 jobs – never seeing her 2 girls at home. Eating at
grandparents’ house every night to ensure they got one good meal a
day.

From that she built her Student Housing Strategy – a business that
runs on auto-pilot – spits out 276 checks each month (averaging $525
each) – and has none of her own money in any deal. She has the
security of college students and their parents on the dotted line to
make the rental payments, with a market that gets even stronger
during a recession.

With the Changing Market, you have GOT to hear this strategy.

Get Rich in the Niche – or add another tool to your tool box. Maybe
you just need this one strategy to make money while your kid’s in
school. It works here – or wherever there’s a college with 1 special
characteristic.

Make your plans now to meet Dixie Decker, the Queen of Student
Housing, at The REIN Main Event on Monday, January 14, 2019, at 6:30
pm.

Big Single-Family Landlord to Spend $1 Billion on Home-Flipping

One of the largest single-family landlords in the U.S. is betting more than $1 billion that it can use the tools it developed for buying and managing rental houses to forge a new business serving ordinary homebuyers.

Amherst Holdings, LLC which owns or manages about 20,000 single-family rentals, is launching a subsidiary to purchase, renovate and resell properties, combining the home-flipping business with new features to simplify the consumer experience of buying a home.

Amherst has already spent $225 million this year to roll out Bungalo Technologies LLC, as the unit is called, and plans to invest $1 billion next year, according to Drew Flahive, president of Amherst Residential. The service launches this week with 25 homes listed for sale in Dallas and 10 more in Tampa, Florida, with prices ranging from $220,000 to $560,000, offering fully renovated kitchens and bathrooms, new flooring and fixtures, and smart-home appliances.  Click here for the full story.