Today we’re going to talk about a hot topic in the real estate community and that is how to make big profits with short-term rentals. I can tell you that this information will open your eyes to a world of opportunity for your real estate business.
My guest is Al Williamson from Sacramento, California. Al was an engineer before becoming a full-time investor. He’s also a husband and a dad. Not only have his real estate investments replaced his previous salary as an engineer, but they have given him the freedom to spend more time with his family. That’s his big “why” for being in this business.
What Exactly are Short-term Rentals?
When most of us think of short-term rentals, we think of vacation homes or Airbnb’s. You’re going to learn that there are many different types of short-term rentals which require a different type of property.
Here are just a few:
- Medical housing
- Business and corporate rentals
- Vacation rentals
- Contractors/ insurance
- And many more
Did You Know That…
- There are 6 main categories of short-term rentals?
- Al’s typical stay is 4 months in his short-term rentals
- 36% of all travel in the US is over 1 month
- You can net on average 3-5 times more rental income than with a typical lease?
- High-end corporate rentals can net up to 10 times the normal rent
I promise you that this show will open your eyes to the world of profitable, short-term rentals.
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Al Williamson is a professional engineer, a full-time real estate investor, and the author of several real estate books. He began investing in 1996.
Al is best known for publicly documenting his quest to create enough secondary income streams to cover the 1st mortgage of his eight-unit apartment building (which he accomplished in September 2015).
He is now trying to figure out how to maximize the cash flow of a small portfolio so it can generate enough income to replace a middle-class job. Al is a proud family man who now spends his day managing and expanding his corporate housing business in Sacramento, California.
You can reach out to Al at al@Leadinglandlord.com.
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