How you can generate a $100,000+ annual passive income on Airbnb without owning a property.
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I used to climb that corporate ladder. Every year, I had better roles that paid more. But I realized life had more to offer than just chasing money and working myself to complete exhaustion.
After getting fired from my last software sales job, I decided to try something different. I wanted to become the captain of my own life.
I had no idea that something different would lead me down this path. You see, after getting fired, I got pretty depressed, because all of my self-worth was attached to this corporate identity.
You could probably imagine how I felt!
I started experimenting with different business ideas. After shelling out thousands on failed new business ventures, I stumbled upon this idea of starting an Airbnb business leveraging other people’s properties.
I took my last 5,000 dollars from my savings to invest in this business idea.
What I found was utterly shocking. Within the first 3 hours of publishing my first 1-bedroom unit on Airbnb, I had my very first booking for $266.
Within the first month, I made close to $1,000 in profit with just 1 property. So I created a system to look for more properties.
By the time I was done, I was generating over $10,000 a month in less than 6 months. Now, I help young entrepreneurs go through the process of launching their own modern business on Airbnb without owning a single property.
In this e-course, you’ll learn these 3 key elements:
1. How to locate profitable properties FAST
2. How to find landlords that are willing for you to sublease their properties on Airbnb™
3. How to maximize your Airbnb™ earnings while putting your business on autopilot
"AIRBNB IS AN ECONOMIC REVOLUTION THAT IS QUIETLY TURNING MILLIONS OF PEOPLE INTO PART-TIME ENTREPRENEURS"
HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN 7 WEEKS OR LESS:
HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF MY STUDENT'S STORIES
Jeff Crane - "I've made over $114,511 from Airbnb since I started." - USA
“The trouble with Internet gurus and coaches is that their information, while sometimes helpful, is not necessarily consistent with real world scenarios. Additionally, they are usually highly overpriced. Sam’s Airbnb training is a nice exception to this. His coaching and training material is very specific and practical. Plus, he doesn’t charge a small fortune for it. Compared to others, Sam’s program is affordable and of great value. I found the material and his coaching to be very useful in my Airbnb business.”