Bonus Episode with Dr. David Draghinas
In today's interview, I offer a replay of my interview with Dr. David Draghinas addressing short term rentals as a possible side business.
As I hoped he would, Dave has now created his own course to help physicians replicate what he has done, i.e. find, manage, and generate income through short term rentals. And I’m really happy to be able to offer access to his course to you. I encouraged him to create the course because I knew many of you would like to learn more about pursuing this side business.
I suggest you listen to today’s replay. Then, if it resonates with you, go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/rentalcourse to learn more. And do it quickly, because the course will be closing to new students very soon, and I don’t know when it will be opened again.
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Short Term Rentals
David has enjoyed a lot of success with short term rentals. He previously owned several long term real estate investments. But he sold those to focus on his short term rentals. And he has identified necessary tools, such as the AirDNA Market Analysis, to optimize his income. You can accelerate your learning curve using his course. Then, you can use his methods, set up systems, and hire assistants to do most of the work.
You can manage this business from your smart phone. It's kind of crazy. – Dr. David Draghinas
Many physicians have used real estate to diversify their income streams. And there are tax advantages with short term rentals that do NOT require becoming a real estate professional that make it even more attractive as an investment.
To learn more about his new course, go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/rentalcourse. This is an affiliate link, and I will be compensated if you register using it. Of course, the price to you is exactly the same either way.
Enrollment is ending at midnight on October 25, 2020, so go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/rentalcourse right away if you’re interested.
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