One of the best ways to increase cash flow on an investment property is to add a second income*.
There are two ways I like to do this:
1. Purchase an existing home and built a trendy tiny home.
2. Buy a piece of land and build a brand new home, with a tiny under the same roofline, as a dual income property.
As an investor, I’ve used both strategies.
In this video, I talk about the pros and cons of both options.
* Pumped On Property are not builders or town planners. Please consult a builder and a town planner before you consider if a tiny home or dual income property is right for you.
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