Make Money: FREE Tradeline E-Course
- You better have a credit card! At the same time you need to be open-minded, and wanting to gain additional cash reserves to start real estate investing.
The majority of hard-working professionals in the U.S. have credit cards.
It's convenient and most often used as a mode of payment now due to the pandemic and the increased demand for online purchases.
What if you can use your credit cards not only for rewards points or for purchasing but also to earn income?
The majority are clueless that they can have their credit card "rented out" to an authorized user (AU) or even multiple authorized users while the primary credit card owner can collect commissions in return.
Tradeline is what banks call the line of credit. Therefore your credit card is a tradeline.
This Tradeline e-Course is established by Lane Kawaoka with the following objectives in mind:
To extend help to working professionals who do not have much net worth (yet) to buy rental properties.
Teach naïve that credit cards can be also used to earn not only to spend
Lane's mission is to help the hard-working middle-class build real asset portfolios by providing free investing education, podcasts, and networking plus access to investment opportunities not offered to the general public.
This course is an excellent way to build side cash and to provide a down payment in buying a turnkey rental.
In fact, Lane has made over $10,000 in 2019 from a credit card tradeline.
Imagine adding it up to your income/savings for a $20,000 down payment on your first-ever rental property!
Perhaps you can buy 2-3 rental properties a year... It's possible!
Who this course is for:
- For busy working professionals and yuppies (young professionals)
I was a Licensed Professional (PE) Civil/Industrial Engineer. I began investing in 2009 in rainy Seattle after being a ramen eating cheapo.
After discovering the difference between ‘Cashflow Investing’ and ‘Appreciation Investing (gambling/speculating)’… I moved my portfolio into 11 single family rentals in Birmingham, Atlanta, Indianapolis, and Pennsylvania.
Today, I am investing in Class C & B Multi-Family Apartment, RV Parks, mobile homes, and assisted living facilities because of this Nation’s demand for affordable housing. I figure the passive income from investing in stable rental properties made it possible for me to move back home to Hawaii where the cost of paradise is 10%+ cost of living and -30% less pay for comparable jobs in the US mainland.