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Invest In Real Estate

Section 8 Tenants: Good or Bad? – Episode 424

By Jan 30, 2019 No Comments

Section 8 is a government program that helps low income tenants with their housing costs. As a landlord, renting under Section 8 has its pros and cons. However, there are many misconceptions out there about the process, and what these tenants are actually like.

 

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Natali and I are sharing our experience renting to Section 8 tenants. We’ll discuss how to become certified, some of the pros and cons, and what you can expect from the process. Please join us for episode 424!

 

Today’s episode of Investing in Real Estate is sponsored by Pitney Bowes! SendPro Online by Pitney Bowes is an online software that helps you save time and money no matter what you send. SendPro Online is only $14.99/mo, and listeners can get a FREE 30 day trial when you visit pb.com/clayton.

 

Book a call with our team: https://goo.gl/qr6iat  Show notes: http://morrisinvest.com/episode424

 

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Find Out Your Freedom Number Right NowBy Clayton and Natali Morris

Looking to achieve financial freedom? Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation? 

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number. 

This brand-new free cheat sheet will help you unlock that number using the step-by-step process I use with my own family.