Could you really make $35,000 positive cashflow on a “cheapie” property?

Imagine this…

You buy a property for $210,000.

You spend $10,000 on a lick of paint and making the place suitable.

Then, instead of getting $350 a week rent – which would be typical for a property in this price range.

You get a whopping….$1,200 a week on average!

This means your total net cashflow on this property is as much as $35,200 per year!

And, here’s the most amazing part.

I am not talking about…

– Vendor finance

– US Property

– Or even Commercial property.

This is residential property….but with a twist!

How is this even possible? Good question.

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