The Real Estate Investing Training and Education Club Presents:
Why Passive Income in Real Estate is a Myth and What to Do Instead

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In this episode

In this episode, you will be able to:

  • Unveiling the reality behind passive income in real estate: what you need to know.
  • Mastering the art of managing rental properties for maximum returns.
  • Discover the secrets to finding the perfect property manager for your real estate investments.
  • Discover the untapped benefits of investing in Section 8 housing.
  • Aligning your skills with the most effective real estate investment strategies for success.Are you tired of being sold the dream of passive income in real estate? 

Managing rental properties can be a real headache, overwhelming and frustrating. 

Join us as Ginger Crystal Faith shares the truth about passive income in real estate.

The best way to go broke is to think that your real estate portfolio is passive income, because once you lose control of it, you have to either manage the manager or manage the portfolio. - Crystal Ginger



Ginger Crystal Faith

Ginger Crystal Faith is an accomplished real estate investor with a career spanning over 30 years. Her initial foray into real estate began with acquiring a six-family Victorian property, leading to a profound understanding of the fallacy of passive income in real estate.

Through her diverse investment portfolio, which encompasses managed rentals and successful ventures in Section 8 housing, Ginger offers practical knowledge of property management and investment strategy alignment.

Her extensive expertise extends to providing valuable tips for managing rental properties, finding the right property manager, and aligning skills with real estate investment strategies.

With a reputation for delivering sound advice based on firsthand experiences, Ginger's contributions are instrumental in guiding aspiring investors through the complexities of the real estate venture.

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