"The Latest Retirement Strategy: Become A Landlord"

                                                                                                   - TIME



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Fellow Investor,

It's no secret that owning property and collecting monthly rent checks is one of the most lucrative and reliable ways to earn extra income for retirement.

That is, if you don't mind spending your "golden years" fixing leaky faucets...

Collecting security deposits...

And chasing down deadbeat tenants!

Because the truth is, aside from the fat, monthly rent checks, being a landlord is kind of a hassle.

And while we could all use extra income these days - buying up rental properties and becoming a landlord is certainly NOT for everyone.

That's why you might be interested to learn that there's a simple way to collect a "rent check" - every month of the year - without any of the burdens of actually being a landlord...

  • Just like Archie P., 57, of Indiana, who collected another "rent check" for $1,200 in July... without ever having to think about 3am plumbing catastrophes or security deposits.*

  • Or take for example, J. Hawks, 52, from Brooklyn NY, who regularly receives "rent checks" of $1,926 - and never worries if tenants will pay rent on time. (He knows they will.)*

  • And retiree, Carlos T. Hernandez, 68, who collected yet another "rent check" worth $459.63 in March of this year, while never having to shovel a sidewalk or mow a lawn.*

These are just a few of the in-the-know Americans who are funding their retirements and growing their wealth with a unique rental income secret that Reuters recently called:

"...The Easiest Play on the Real Estate Market"

 
The best part? These folks are collecting extra income on their own terms... without owning property or dealing with the countless pitfalls associated with being a landlord.

And in this letter I'll explain how you can join these smart real estate investors and start receiving regular "rent checks" in your mailbox - beginning next month.

Now a lot people find it hard to believe they can collect a monthly "rent check" without actually being a landlord.

And I can't blame them.

While it's among of the surest ways to collect extra income every month, by my estimates, 99% of people have no idea this type of real estate investment even exits.

But it has nothing to do with options, or tricky accounting, or anything you might consider questionable.

It's simply an overlooked income opportunity that's available to any American - retired or not - and it could pay out thousands of dollars a month in "rent checks"*...

So I think it's worth at least a few minutes of your time.

It could mean the difference between continuing to collect near-zero percent interest on U.S. Treasuries, CDs or savings accounts... and improving your financial situation with a life-changing investment in real estate.

Not only that, but you can get started today for less than $20!

To break it down for you in the most basic terms: I'm talking about becoming a partner with an already -established landlord.

But not just any landlord:

An extremely successful, well-diversified landlord with a Harvard MBA, who has some of the wealthiest and most reliable long-term tenants in the nation.

A landlord whose 72 rental properties across the country (encompassing nearly 10 million square feet,) are currently 98% occupied.

And that's part of the reason this landlord is able to pay out such consistent and oversized "rent checks" to partners.

In fact, long-time partners have now received 93 consecutive monthly "rent checks."

But there's another - even more important reason that partners do so well for themselves...

Thanks to a special agreement with the government, this unique landlord PAYS NO TAXES...

That's right - he pays zero in corporate tax.

But of course there's a catch: In exchange for these tax benefits, he's also required by law to pass along the majority of his monthly profits (over 90%) to partners... like you and me.

When it comes down to it, when you partner with this landlord - you get all of his financial benefits, with none of his problems.

You simply get a generous "rent check" in the mail every month...just like rest of his grateful partners.

That's why our experts refer to it as being a "Paper Landlord."

And they all agree; it's a lot better to collect a rent checks every month as "Paper Landlord" than as physical landlord.

See what I mean?

Now it's not hard to understand why being a "Paper Landlord," or partner, is a better way to collect extra income.

As a partner with this landlord, finding tenants and unclogging toilets are none of your concern. That means you just sit back and wait for the "rent checks" to arrive in your mailbox.

And as I mentioned, anyone can become a partner right away... and start collecting a steady income stream derived from this landlord's exceptional portfolio of rental properties... starting next month.

Nowadays, the average landlord is happy if a tenant signs a 1-year lease...

And actually fulfills it.

If the tenant stays longer... Even better.


Just one of this landlord's 72 rental properties and close to 10 million square feet of commercial space.

But the landlord I've been telling you about doesn't waste his valuable time with 1- or 2- or even 3-year leases.

You see, he typically signs his tenants for 10 years or longer.

Which explains how he's able to maintain those 98% occupancy rates I mentioned earlier.

Of course, there aren't many individuals out there who would agree to sign a 10-year lease on a rental house or apartment.

That's why the landlord I've been telling you about doesn't rent to individuals.

In fact, he doesn't deal in residential housing at all.

As you may have guessed, this landlord specializes in commercial and industrial properties.

After all corporate tenants typically have a lot more "rent money," not to mention a far better track record, than the friendly folks responding to an ad for an "Affordable 1-Bedroom Apt in Detroit".

I'm talking about major American corporations like Corning, T-Mobile, Penzoil and Sara Lee and many others business I'm almost certain you're already familiar with.

And you don't need me to tell you that these tenants always pay their rent on time. They're rock-solid from a financial perspective - and certainly aren't going out of business in the foreseeable future.

It goes without saying, that they're far more reliable than just about any residential tenant.

Not to mention this landlord has struck a pretty amazing deal with them.

You see, he's made Corning, T-Mobile, and the other tenants agree to cover 100% of the property tax, insurance, maintenance and repairs on the their rental properties.

If it sounds like an unusual lease, you're right.

But from the landlord-perspective, it's the perfect arrangement. (And believe it or not, his tenants don't seem to mind it one bit.)

And because his properties are so well diversified - he owns commercial, industrial AND medical office spaces spread all across the country - even if one sector, region or property should be hit by hard times, or a long-term tenant should decide to vacate - it only represents a small fraction of portfolio.

Now imagine if you were a residential landlord and you lose your only tenant. All of a sudden you're missing out on 100% of your rental income. Now that's a problem!

I should also mention that this landlord is always acquiring new property and out of his 72 properties, he only has 2 vacant spaces. And if his track record is any indication, I don't suspect they'll remain vacant for long.

In fact, he's just recently purchased another amazing property in Ohio.

What's more, this massive building is already being leased by a well-known children's hospital. And already it's already paying off for both the landlord and his partners.

These are just a few more reasons this landlord has been able to write increasingly generous checks to his partners over the past ten years...

  • For instance, long-time partner, Hilda Trebert of Gorham, NH opened her mailbox and found yet another monthly "rent check" in the amount of $4,734.*

  • Or Max B., 57, of Florida, who is already retired, just collected a "rent check" in August worth $404.88. And after talking it over with the landlord, he thinks his next "rent check" could be even bigger.*

And that not only goes for Max, but for ALL of the partners. In a recent conference call, the landlord I've been telling you about stated:

"I think this year might be a good chance for us to raise the [amount of partner rent checks]".

- Landlord

As partners who have worked with this landlord over the past decade already know -- it wouldn't be the first time.

Right now, there are hundreds of other savvy Americans who are now cashing in on this relatively unknown real estate investment secret - and improving their lives - one "rent check" at a time. Keep reading, and you'll find out how you too can...

As I mentioned, this landlord has now paid out 93 consecutive monthly "rent checks" to partners.

That includes all the years before, during or after the Great Recession... when this landlord continued to pay his partners their monthly "rent checks" without any fluctuation or delay.

The point is, there's no doubt in my mind he'll be sending out another round of monthly round of checks to his partners next month... and for years to come.

In fact, if you become a partner very soon you'll be eligible to collect your first "rent check" as soon as next month.

Which is why I want to send you the full investment research report I've just finished on this unique opportunity.

It's called "Be a Rich Partner, NOT a Busy Landlord".

Inside you'll discover the easy steps you can follow which could allow you to collect "rent checks" of $500... $1,000... or even $5,000 a month as a partner with this landlord.*

As you'll see, it's extremely simple to get started - and all you need is an online brokerage account or an investment broker you trust.

And in just a minute, I'll tell you how to get your own copy of the report, "Be a Rich Partner, NOT a Busy Landlord" - and starting collecting "rent checks" - before the opportunity passes you by.

You see, there's no way of knowing just how long this landlord will be accepting new partners. And I wouldn't want you to miss out on this exceptional chance to grow your income - and your wealth - in the coming years.

But before I explain exactly how to go about getting your own copy of "Be a Rich Partner, NOT a Busy Landlord" let me take a moment to introduce myself.

Hi, I'm Ian Wyatt, Founder and President of Wyatt Investment Research.

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Good Investing,

Ian Wyatt
Chief Investment Strategist
High Yield Wealth

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