If you’ve got some money lying around and you’re thinking about investing in real estate, this is for you—especially if you have a fairly decent amount of money.

I’m actually an active real estate investor myself, with nearly 1,000 rental units. In fact, I just closed on a new property very recently. So, I know a thing or two about real estate because I’ve seen a thing or two about real estate.

Now, when I say you’ve got some money, it’s kind of subjective, right? Maybe you’ve got $30,000 lying around. Or maybe it’s $300,000 you’ve got lying around, maybe it’s $3 million.

The advice I’m going to give really applies across the board. But obviously, the more money you have, the more you’ll be able to buy. Regardless, the concepts are the same.

First of all, I’m going to start by stressing a really important point that most people get wrong or get confused about when they get into real estate investing. Then after that, I’m going to lay out three different strategies that you could choose from to invest passively. And finally, stick around to the end, because I want to give you a strong word of warning that could save you tens of thousands—or even hundreds of thousands—of dollars down the road.

Are you ready?

Alright, grab a pen and paper, take some notes if you can. Let’s get to it. Here’s how to turn massive income into passive income.

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