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STR, MTR, LTR Pros/Cons 6 Week Bootcamp

Weekly Bootcamp
Inspire Wealth Education's 6-week Real Estate Bootcamp
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Ready to delve into the world of real estate but unsure where to start? Inspire Wealth Education invites you to join our 6-week boot camp designed to give individuals like you with the knowledge to kickstart your real estate journey.

Register for Bootcamp

May 22nd to June 26th

Every Wednesday at Noon EST

May 22nd to June 26th

Every Wednesday at 5PM EST

Course Setup

One Session Per Week

Weekly (on Wed at Noon or 5pm EST), we'll conduct live sessions delving into a diverse array of sought-after real estate topics, as highlighted below. By covering a wide spectrum of subjects, participants will develop a comprehensive understanding, empowering them to confidently pursue their real estate ventures.

Reading Materials & Resources Provided

Following each session, you will receive comprehensive materials and resources covering the topics discussed, along with additional information to support your assignments and further enhance your understanding. 

Discussions with Q&A

To ensure participants thoroughly understand the material and feel equipped to handle their weekly assignments, our real estate training program integrates interactive discussions and a targeted question-and-answer segment. Moreover, individuals will have the opportunity to consult with our instructor regarding their personal real estate endeavors.

Individualized Assignments, Quizzes, Final Project

Additionally, participants will receive personalized assignments tailored to their specific needs. Alongside each topic, quizzes and a final project will be provided. This customized approach ensures a clear understanding of how these real estate topics directly relate to individual lives and goals.

Curriculum

Week 1: Introduction to Rental Property Investment

Objective: Understand the fundamentals of rental property investment and the

spectrum of rental strategies.

Topics:

  • Overview of rental property investment.

  • Differences between short-term, medium-term, and long-term rentals.

  • Basic legal and tax considerations in rental property investment.

Week 2: Short-term Rentals

Objective: Explore the specifics of short-term rentals, including their

management, benefits, and challenges.

Topics:

  • Overview and examples of short-term rentals (vacation rentals, Airbnb).

  • Market analysis and property selection for short-term rentals.

  • Management challenges and solutions (turnover, maintenance, customer service).

  • Financial overview: Revenue models, pricing strategies, occupancy rates.

  • Risks and returns: Market volatility, regulatory risks, income potential.

  • Tax implications: Reporting income, deductions, local taxes.

  • Legal considerations: Zoning laws, HOA restrictions, licensing requirements.

Week 3: Medium-term Rentals

Objective: Dive into medium-term rentals, understanding their unique position

between short and long-term investments.

Topics:

  • Definition and examples of medium-term rentals (1-6 months stays).

  • Target markets: Business professionals, students, medical professionals.

  • Financial overview: Pricing strategies, vacancy rates, and income stability.

  • Management strategies: Furnishings, utilities, lease agreements.

  • Risks and returns: Comparing to short-term and long-term strategies.

  • Tax implications: Different from short-term and long-term, depreciation.

  • Legal considerations: Local regulations, lease agreements, insurance requirements.

Week 4: Long-term Rentals

Objective: Understand the fundamentals of long-term rentals, including tenant

management, financials, and legal compliance.

Topics:

  • Overview and examples of long-term rentals (traditional leasing).

  • Finding and managing tenants: Screening, leases, ongoing management.

  • Financial overview: Cash flow, expense management, capital appreciation.

  • Risks and returns: Market consistency, tenant risks, financial leverage.

  • Tax implications: Passive income, depreciation, long-term capital gains.

  • Legal considerations: Landlord-tenant laws, eviction processes, fair housing.

Week 5: Comparative Analysis and Strategy Development

Objective: Analyze and compare the different rental strategies to determine their

suitability for various investment goals and markets.

Topics:

  • Side-by-side comparison of short-term, medium-term, and long-term rentals.

  • Identifying the best opportunities and strategies for different markets.

  • Case studies: Success and failure stories across rental strategies.

  • Developing a personalized rental strategy based on individual goals and resources.

  • Incorporating tax efficiency and legal compliance into rental strategies.

Week 6: Implementation and Scaling

Objective: Focus on applying knowledge to start or scale a rental investment,

considering all previous lessons.

Topics:

  • Steps to start your first rental investment.

  • Scaling your rental business: Portfolio diversification, financing growth.

  • Advanced tax planning for rental investments.

  • Navigating legal changes and market shifts.

  • Leveraging technology and professional networks for success.

  • Group project: Create a business plan for a chosen rental strategy.

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