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Can Real Estate REALLY be PASSIVE? Short Course3
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According to the US tax code, rental real estate is a passive activity, but for those who have experienced it in real life, we beg to differ.

The risks of rental real estate

1. Affordability
2. Recession
3. Scalability
4. Asset Protection
5. Loans
6. 3Ts: tenant, toilet and trash

In this episode, you will learn that rental real estate is not by any means passive because of the time and effort you need to provide and the intensive risk that comes along with it. In fact for a busy professional like you, it may come as a scary investment, riddled with hassle. But wait! There is another way! Episode 6 will discuss the key to complete passive income using Real Estate. Curious? Don’t just listen, access the visual course in a presentation mode at our website, in our FREE membership. This short course will be combined in episodes 2, 3, 5, 6, and 8


This podcast is for pure education and information purposes only, not an investment opportunity or financial advice. Should you wish to participate in one of our guests directly, please do your own due diligence and consult your tax, legal or financial advisor team as needed

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Episode Focus

Debunking the myth of rental real estate as a passive activity and exploring its inherent challenges and risks.

Rental Real Estate Reality:

Rental property management requires significant time and effort, contradicting the common perception of it as a "passive" investment.

The episode discusses the hands-on nature of rental real estate and the complexities involved that can be daunting for busy professionals.

Key Risks of Rental Real Estate


Initial costs and ongoing expenses can be a barrier to entry.


Economic downturns can negatively impact rental income and property values.


Expanding rental property investments can be challenging without significant capital and resources.

Asset Protection

Ensuring properties are protected from various liabilities and damages requires careful planning.


Financing rental properties often involves navigating complex lending conditions and obligations.


Tenant, Toilet, and Trash: The daily management challenges including dealing with tenants, maintenance issues, and property upkeep.

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