Keeping the most money in your pocket is a primary goal of owning rental property. After taking this course you will be able to take immediate action to increase your rental income and reduce your expenses. CASH FLOW! You will have an action plan of what to do when your leases expire. Plus, you will better understand how to do your taxes and expenses that might be able to be written off – again saving you money.
If you want to ultimately change your lifestyle and become more in control of your time, live where you want, have more flexibility, and achieve happiness then becoming a rental property owner is for you! This course is a good foundational course to set you up for purchasing a new rental (income property). If you already own a rental property, regardless of how many units or homes, I’m sure you’ll like to hear what the latest trends are around the country for increasing cash flow.
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Sharon Cunnington is a Real Estate Investor and Private Lender who has been the buyer and seller in many real estate transactions in the last 15 years. Sharon is also a licensed Real Estate Broker specializing in helping fellow investors find positive cash flow investment properties. Her portfolio consists of single and multifamily properties located primarily in the Pacific NW and Midwest. Sharon is on the Board of Washington's Rental Housing Authority. As a software industry veteran, Sharon has over 23 years’ experience leading large scale international technology businesses. Her expertise ranges from product development and business strategy, to operations efficiency and project management. Sharon lived in Europe for 3 years and has been active in the non-profit sector volunteering and serving on a variety of Boards. Sharon holds 8 patents in the intersection of technology communications and human emotions and has won several presentation and research awards. She is a graduate of Washington State University with graduate courses from Harvard and Kellogg School of Business.