Need tenants that pay consistently and on time?
Want the security of a confirmed income source for your property?
You can lose nearly a year’s worth of financial gains if your property is vacant for even a month in many cases.
Sugar Shack is a training intensive all about reliable tenant payment options that are government-funded and come straight to you each month. Most of us have heard of Section 8, but what other programs are out there that can consistently pay real estate investors as property landlords?
This 30-minute audio experience sheds light on what housing vouchers are, how real estate investors can get paid by housing vouchers (landlord benefits!), and 7 programs besides Section 8 that can offer reliable payments.
The training is a deep dive into specialized housing programs that can add stability to your real estate portfolio as you help those in need. Sugar Shack is dense with information and it will come as your fast. So, grab a tea, your favorite notebook, and spend some me-time crafting your strategy after you listen to this. Even better news is, you’ll have lifetime access to the content.
The minicast also covers how these voucher programs can fit into your overall real estate investing strategy that you can create using our REI Beyond the Buy Investor Kit.
Plus, we will share our favorite BONUS voucher program that can also help get you started. Hosted by real estate educator, entrepreneur, speaker, and strategist, Dr. Jenn Edwards, PhD, MBA. Register here and receive instant access. Enjoy.
Sugar Shack (/ˈSHo͝oɡər/ /SHak/): A quaint cabin-style establishment for family to gather. The Sugar Shacks are where the sap of the maple tree is boiled and made into maple syrup, most commonly seen in Eastern Canada and Northeast United States. Many families traditionally spend their Easter dinner together at a Sugar Shack, eating traditional foods and lots of maple sugar, historically curated by Indigenous peoples.