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The Forever Difference!

🏆 Get Real Freedom!

How would you like to keep all your rental income without sharing any of it with a property manager?

If you're done with old-school landlording and don't want to use a property manager, then self-service management might be a solution for you—especially if you're a long-distance landlord.

As a landlord, I bet you don't want to babysit your tenants, right? ..."Good!"

I have a game plan for you that lets your tenants help themselves without your involvement. And don't worry, I'm not promoting some fancy property management software. If you like how this sounds so far, then you’ll love what I’m about to share with you...

Here we go!

I need to be very clear about who this is for. This is only for Landlords who:
  • Do not use property managers, or...
  • Do not want to use property managers, and they want...
  • Long-term, hassle-free cashflow!

Fair warning...

I'm going to make fun of myself real quick. I actually like being a landlord. There, I said it! So now I hope to show you how awesome being a landlord can be. As I go through everything it will challenge what you think, but be patient with me. As you continue reading, don't seek to discredit it; keep an open mind, and at the end, you might think being a landlord is something to look forward to! Are you ready to get started?

"I earned this!"

After ten years of managing my own rentals from Iraq, I developed self-service management. It's the same as regular property management, except that I'm in control and use systems that give me real freedom. Old-school landlords don't know anything about that because they love to do everything in-person, on their own. Property managers aren't flexible enough to do it because they're constrained by company policy and what the actual homeowners say. As my own boss, I set the priorities and get my own reward... real freedom!

This was developed after years of trial and error. Working on the other side of the world (in a backward timezone and with crappy internet) taught me the importance of systems. At first, it kinda felt like I was a landlord with one hand tied behind my back. Fortunately, I was determined and figured it all out. After many years of struggling, I earned self-service management. Now, it's like landlording with no hands, and that's why I'm excited to share this with you!

Let's see if I got this right...

You have at least one rental. You don't want to hire a property manager and want to be able handle everything, on your own, quick and easy. 

So, you're like, "How?"

You know for sure, you want regular cashflow without regular problems. You want security and peace of mind too. In essence, you want to save money, build some wealth, and enjoy your life without the headache of having a second job as a landlord. Is that right?

The problem is, how do you go from being an average landlord to a supreme cyborg landlord—half human, half machine? 

There's a lot of free info online, but that takes time to gather and can be overwhelming to sort through. Not to mention, there's a ton of "bad" free advice online. And as you do research you'll quickly realize that everyone wants to sell you something.

You'll have all kinds of companies selling services and tools. Realtors hunting their next commission trying to convince you "now" is the best time to sell. Brokerage firms hoping you sell your rentals and switch to day-trading so they can make money off you. Old-school landlords pushing bad advice saying it's better to spend 60 minutes to save 60 dollars. 

Everyone in the market is trying to get you to believe they have the answers for you. If it's not property managers trying to undercut you with hidden fees, then it's big software companies trying to hook you with property management software that has more features than you need. Or do-it-yourself landlords harping on how doing everything is "the way."

Everyone will try to convince you to buy what they are selling because that is what they want you to do. They don't care that you are not trying to buy something. They won't even realize you're trying to save money by being your own landlord. You just want to know the bare-bones way to be a landlord without wasting money or time doing annoying landlord chores. Am I right?

You know deep down that as a small-time landlord, you don't need all the bells and whistles. In fact, you want less. You want to know just enough. You want the least expensive and least complex means. Do you want to know the truth? You're going to have to learn everything. No one is out there helping the 'little guy' because there is no money in it. You will have to gain experience on your own from trial and error. Unfortunately, that's just the way it is.

What makes matters worse...

If you're a new landlord, there's a lot that you don't know. In the beginning, you won't know landlord lingo or acronyms and how everything blends together: CapEx, Cap Rate, or Capital Gains...and whether or not they actually matter to you as a new landlord. You won't know system shortcuts that save you money and time. You won't have any idea how to anticipate repairs. If you're lucky enough, you'll figure things out before something major goes wrong. 

You know what, I'm just going to call it out now. You are probably going to fall victim to the frugality trap. There's such a widespread belief that landlords should do everything, even their own repairs and maintenance. It's madness! There's such a strong bias out there — you're going to end up doing it too (unless you learn to question it now). 

New landlords are so determined to save money, they fall right into the trap. They are willing to do almost anything. Especially if they only have one rental and they're desperate to save every penny. They'll spend hours watching YouTube, listening to podcasts, reading books, and researching laws online. They'll download free leases, addendums, and other forms. It doesn't stop there; they'll send out handcrafted emails or private message every landlord they know looking for free advice. They are not even ashamed to post questions across social media whenever they have issues.

The problem here is they're wasting a lot of time and getting mostly bad advice with no clear strategy. If this is you, it's okay, it happens to the best of us. Landlords are often so concerned with how to do things that save them money, they lose sight of the big picture. 

If you're out there trying to collect free advice, recognize that old-school landlords can be narcissistic in the way they do things, and they want them done THEIR WAY — even if there are situations where you’re able to show them there is a smarter, easier, faster, better way...You know the type? They can’t possibly be shown a better way.

They are entrenched with their "myside" bias; their way is the only right way. They'll be the ones to tell you how to swing by your rental and do stuff: check filters and patch drywall holes, everything from mowing grass to clearing drain lines, no job is too small—not even swapping batteries or cleaning house. They especially like replacing and fixing: windows, doors, floors, and toilets... You get it—they do anything and everything to save money. It's madness!

Landlords that don't have systems for protecting their time fall victim to using a reactive approach that's riddled with bad advice. If they are not careful, before they even recognize it, they'll be a jack of all trades, and a master at blaming tenants for their problems. This is a formula for disaster. As a landlord, you risk burning out early or becoming a grouchy slumlord. 

It's kinda shocking, the real issue is knowing what not to do. Yes, strategy is more important than tactics. Even if you had all the tools and directions... Without a winning strategy, small-time landlords fizzle out and never build lasting wealth. Everything needs to tie into a real freedom strategy. Anyways that's how I see it... Don't take my word for it, you'll find out if you stay in the game long enough.

Can I do you a favor?

I'll give you the golden ticket... Here's the big idea that took me ten years to figure out. It's just two words: real freedom!

What is it? It basically expands on the idea of freedom by pointing out if someone actually has the ability or resources to do something. For example, someone might be technically free to take a vacation to Miami, but they don't have real freedom because they can't actually afford the trip. 

Put differently, you are free to do many things in life, but you're not really free without a reliable income stream to cover the bills. Most people are dependent on their jobs (and feel forced to work) because that's their only source of income. This feeling enslaves people into thinking work is something you want to escape. And that's why, if you asked most people, they would say they'd stop working if they could. Am I wrong?

This aversion to work makes it easy to brainwash them into thinking the goal is retirement—so one day they don't have to work anymore. This is asinine! That kind of thinking discourages most people from investing in real estate because of the idea of all that extra work they want to avoid. I wonder how many people have given up on real freedom because they're scared of landlord work... Ha, I'm like, "what work?!"

Okay, popular opinion says you should save for retirement. And one day when you're old you can finally retire and stop working, hoping you estimated your own lifespan correctly so you don't outlive your savings. Are you really going to base your livelihood on a retirement calculator you found online? And what happens if you accidentally under-save or overspend?

It's sad that people accept this indoctrination, but it kills me because people are not even stashing enough retirement away. Even if people "thought" they had enough retirement, it'll be too late when they're old and SMACK —reality hits and they realize it was all a sham. 

It's kinda like when you see tadpoles trapped in a puddle that's about to dry up. Imagine what it'll be like when you're retired and you see your funds disappearing in front of your eyes. People won't feel free when they're faced with the reality of overspending or outliving their retirement. Good news is, that's not going to be you!

Why should you care about real freedom if you only have 1 rental?

If you can do something once, don't you think you can do it again? If you believe in real freedom and if you can set up self-service management with one rental, you'll probably want to get more rentals.

The idea here is if you prove the concept to yourself with one rental, you'll start to love it. Then, all you have to do is decide how many rentals it will take to pay the bills. Once you get your money right, you can take care of yourself and your family financially. Then you can find a purpose to continue serving people in a different capacity—that's what happen to me and why I'm here in front of you now.

So, in summary, set the goal for real freedom, get it, then find a purpose to pursue when you're financially free. Got it? The goal is not retirement. Nor is it to stop working. As humans we need something meaningful and productive to do.

How's that saying go? "Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man To Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime." 

I say: “Teaching him to fish makes him dependent on fishing. Instead, teach that man how to get others to fish for him so he can get real freedom and can find a better purpose for his life.”

Rentals are a great way to transition away from working 9 to 5, five days a week. When you get up in age you will need something to keep you going so you don't stagnate, but thanks to self-service management you won't have much to do. What are you going to do with yourself then? Travel, sure, that will be fun for awhile, but you won't do it all the time for years on end. You will need to find something meaningful to do in between all your vacations. Obviously, today you have the satisfaction from earning your own living. You find enjoyment in your efforts now. I'm talking about later...

The conclusion of the matter is, during retirement as a landlord, work can be your friend and idleness is what you should be scared of. I'm glad I learned my lesson early. 

Having rentals is not some type of race, you can take your time. There's no competition. In fact, it doesn't matter how many rentals you have. It's about getting real freedom, and having a worthy pursuit! Only when I committed to being a landlord forever did I realize this! 

Here's what's in it for you if you do it too...

As a mom-and-pop landlord you have to learn everything already. Why not learn a better way first. If you can become a landlord master then you can make retirement obsolete. Don't let the idea of doing a little work discourage you from being a landlord forever. This is not hard.

Be encouraged, you can do this! If you are a landlord consider it a blessing; we have self-service management now — it's so easy my kids can do it! If you're a landlord that wants to save time and avoid traps, then self-service management might be worth learning. As a small-time landlord, you have to decide how you want to go about this.

Now that you've learned from me the goal is real freedom, you're probably thinking you're good to go learn the basics, then go it alone, testing different things and finding what works best for you over time. I'm not knocking it, after-all that's similar to what I did. I am reflecting how long and risky it was though...

It's kinda like learning to drive a car. Sure, you could figure it out on your own, but that would be super unsafe. Or, you can be taught by an amateur. You'll learn the basics, e.g. how to park, use turn signals, check your mirrors, etc. Once you hit the road, that's when you really learn, but it will still be risky. Or better yet, if you learn to drive with an expert instructor, you'll learn a winning strategy. Not just the basics. As a result, you'll quickly reduce your risk on the road sooner and become a better driver for life. You know what I'm saying?

If you are willing to commit to real freedom and want to learn how to use self-service management, I can show you the way. I got the map, you can have it. If you're going to embark on a journey as a landlord, wouldn't you want to have a map so you'll have directions to your treasure? If you're already thinking in your head reasons why I'm wrong or how this won't work, that's exactly why it will never happen for you. 

For those of us who feel lucky to be landlords, who love the idea of cashflow and financial freedom, remember rule number one. Do not get caught up working in your business to save money! You will lose your personal freedom! No one gets a rental property to have less free time. You will never be really free if you get stuck in the weeds of being a landlord. If you break rule number one, you will eventually start second guessing yourself and the idea of selling out will sound good. You have to be a real freedom fighter. Will you fight for it? 

You'll be constantly nudged to exit. If you don't plan to hold forever you make short-term decisions that increase your chances to sellout. Over time your net worth will grow, housing prices will rise, people or hedge funds like BlackRock and other greedy investors will be sending you mailer offers to buy you out, etc.

If you don't become a landlord master, eventually the idea of cashing out starts to become more and more convincing. Don't do it! Commit now to never selling. If you design your rental business to be easier to run than sell, then there will never be any need to exit. Does this make sense?

Wealthy people never sell their assets. So I say, if you want to be wealthy, you should never sell your rentals. The KEY is cashflow forever! That's the forever difference. If you never expect to retire, you won't think retirement is the finish line. There's no finish line! The goal should be real freedom. I don't know how else to explain it, but the journey is the point, NOT the destination. You know?

Focus on your meaning and satisfaction in life along the way. Imagine this, if you held on to your rentals long enough to have them eventually paid off, and you used self-service management so everything was easy for you to maintain, would you be free? How many rentals would it take? You might be just one rental away from real freedom!

Try to at least master what it takes to handle your rentals now, so later it will be second nature, super easy for you, and maybe one day you can hand them off to your kids as an inheritance. That's what I plan to do.

Why would you want to partner with me?

After all, how can you believe me? Well, I was the guinea pig. I'm speaking from experience. I got one rental, then next thing I knew I had five. I held on to them all and eventually I paid most of them off. Then I got slapped in the face when I lost my W-2 job because of COVID, and was unemployed for two years. But I didn't get REKT...I had cashflow to cover all the bills, thank God! 

I finally see the big picture and it put a 🔥 in me to show others the real freedom vision! In essence, rentals are the secret weapon against financial foes—defeating adversity with cashflow!

You know... I had to weather storms to get here. Looking back now, I didn't love being a landlord at first, and there were many times people almost convinced me to sell my rentals — I almost didn't make it here to help others — I sure am glad I didn't listen to all those naysayers! 

If I didn't become a real freedom fighter myself, I would've never got my automated rental operation and permanent wealth. I would've never looked outwards... I would've never questioned things... I would've never been like:
  •    "Landlords wouldn't want to sell their rentals if they had self-service management like I do... Why did it take me so long to figure this out on my own?! Dammit, I'm going to do something about this!" 
Going forward, I vow to do something about this. I'm on a mission to help other landlords keep cashflow for life. I want to help you see your rental as a castle that lasts forever, and be inspired to build your own empire. Let's go on a crusade for real freedom! Here's how we can equip you for the journey.

There's a storm brewing...

If you are not fully committed you wont make it. The reason why is you will shortchange everything you do as a landlord. Ask yourself how long do you think you can deal with a bunch of rental problems before you call it quits.

If you don't like being a landlord, you will never last long-term. In the back of your mind you'll want to escape if you keep your eyes on the exit. Do not even think about one day selling all your rental properties and retiring! Quit trying to take the easy way out! Don't let the thought cross your mind!

You gotta change your mindset and change your outcome. Think about it, if a landlord wants passive long-lasting cashflow, then why aren't they working to make their rental business as self-sufficient as possible? If landlords had the goal to make their rental business permanent, then their behavior would be drastically different, don't you think? They would focus more on sustainability and how they could replace themselves with a better design. Not how to work in their rental business more to save money. 

Only after I fully accepted and wholeheartedly believed I was going to be a landlord forever, did I commit to getting real freedom. Trust me, it's actually hard to learn. Sometimes you just want to jump right in and do things, but you can't because that's not going to help you the next time that same issue comes up. I had to force myself to build systems that prevented me from ever needing to get involved. It changed everything I was doing.

Instead of me just getting things done, I had to take a step back and figure out ways to let tenants resolve things without me. I remember thinking to myself, my wife doesn't want to do this, my kids sure as heck won't want to do this. So I have to figure out ways for things to happen without our involvement. All of a sudden, I found myself redesigning everything I was doing and after a few years, I had real freedom with self-service management. 

It's kinda like having rental property ATMs where tenants can handle everything on their own. Now isn't that a cool idea? Only if you're committed enough to real freedom will you believe that self-service management is possible. And when little storms come up, you will find ways to weather them. Are you getting this?

Look here, 👀 this is how my commitment helps me weather any storm. When problems came up, I didn't blame tenants, I figured out solutions that prevented those problems from happening again. See how my long-term commitment helped lead me to using a better design (self-service management), which helped me hit the ➡ 🄶🄾🄰🄻... It's not saving money, it's not retirement... It's real freedom!

The question is...

What's more important to you, money or freedom? Money comes and goes, but real freedom is priceless because your time is finite. If it took me 10 years to figure out self-service management on my own, imagine how much further ahead you would be if you had it starting out.

It's kinda like, if I've been building a tower in one spot for ten years, you would be able to stand on top and see the big picture right away. You would see the views and know if you want to share in the vision. You would be 10 years ahead of other landlords. Your landlord journey will be twice as effective. Are you with me? 

It's like this, a lot of times landlords end up with their first rental and they don't take it seriously in the beginning. Over time they eventually come around when they really start to appreciate the power of cashflow. Self-service management is an opportunity for you to maintain a razor-sharp strategy from the get-go. 

Have you heard the woodcutter lesson? Remember this old story:
  •    Once upon a time, a very strong woodcutter asked for a job in a timber merchant. The pay was really good and so were the working conditions. For those reasons, the woodcutter was determined to do his best. His boss gave him an axe and showed him the area where he would work. The first day, the woodcutter felled 18 trees. “Congratulations,” the boss said. “Go on that way!” Motivated by the boss's words, the woodcutter tried harder the next day, but he could only bring down 15 trees. The third day he tried even harder, but he could only manage 10 trees. Day after day, he finished with fewer trees. “I must be losing my strength,” the woodcutter thought. He went to the boss and apologized, saying that he could not understand what was going on. “When was the last time you sharpened your axe?” the boss asked. “Sharpen? I’ve had no time to sharpen my axe. I have been so busy trying to cut trees….”
Self-service management is your opportunity to take back your time before you lose it. To prevent you from getting lost working in your business or having your money sucked down the drain. Stick to the plan. Maintain a sharp axe. Get real freedom! The knowledge you gain can't be taken once you have it, it's yours and you won't be dependent on anyone when you have real freedom... That's how real freedom works! Isn't that awesome?

Do a run-of-the-mill job...

Right now, I can't go into all the details of self-service management, but I'll tell you it's the same as regular property management, except you keep control and rely on systems that are built to give you real freedom. I'll try to say it plainly like this, "You turn your rentals into self-sufficient money-making machines." 

"Yeah yeah, whatever," you say. I feel your pessimism. I was like you once. Not anymore, though! Do you want to know the catch? It's risk/reward. You'll have to embrace the risk to get the reward. There's no freebies in life. In fact, if you don't want the reward of real freedom more than the risk, I don't want you to go any further. If you are hesitant, that means you're not truly committed.

Are you still with me? 

If you are encouraged and want to know more, then let's go!

This is how it works. The new normal for business is shifting. Nowadays everyone is going self-service. Companies are handing off the work down lower and lower to the end user. This is exactly why you do not need a property manager! Especially if you have less than 10 rentals. In my opinion, property managers are pretty much a waste of money for the average real estate investor. For the average landlord it's actually better if you're the one in control; but obviously, you don't want to do all the work.

I like to think of myself as the drone pilot. I'm in charge, but all I have to do is ensure safe take-offs and landings. Everything else is set on autopilot. This is the future. Soon everything will pretty much be self-service. Today we already have self-checkouts, self-driving cars, and now self-service management!

The trick for landlords is to treat their rentals more like a professional business, as opposed to a hobby. This gives you a plain vanilla business advantage. Tenants are accustomed to the professional corporate feel of property management anyways. In fact, there are a lot of scammers trying to pretend they're landlords. The red flags that give away these scammers are the same things mom and pop landlords do. So basically, if you have the look and feel of a small-time landlord, you actually scare off high quality tenants.

Ultimately, self-service management is the same as professional property management, but it's different in one key way: I show you systems that take yourself as the landlord out of the equation. This gives responsibility to tenants and helps groom long-term "residents" that have an ownership mentality. You save time and the tenants get what they want. They sure as heck don't want the landlord constantly showing up reminding them they are renting the house they live in. They are simply people that want to live their life in peace.

The most important next step...

Here's the good news for you: if you're a newer landlord, you don't have any bad habits yet. You haven't fallen into the do-everything trap. And it's double good news for those of you that are long-distance landlords because you won't be able to physically show up to your rentals in person and do work. 

Real quick... There is something you need to understand before you go any further. I'm not going to sugar coat it. Any and all problems that come up are YOUR fault! It's never the tenant's fault. I have the perfect guy who proves this without a shadow of doubt. His name is Cesar Millan. Say what? Yes, the dog trainer guy! Cesar proves it over and over. It's always the owners' fault.

In every episode of The Dog Whisperer, Cesar is constantly teaching the owners what's right and wrong. Everything, every time, it's always the owner's fault. Now here's the kicker, the worse part is the owner never recognizes what they are doing is the problem. Don't miss it. Did you catch that? If the owners never hired Cesar they'd live their whole life dealing with their problems, over and over—blaming—without ever taking responsibility.

Now that we got that out of the way. There's one more thing... I want to stress the importance of seeing the big picture before you dive into the details and want to get right into chopping down problems. Have you ever tried to put together a puzzle without looking at the picture on the side of the box? If so, you know exactly how important it is to see the big picture.

As a solo landlord, if you try to go it alone, without having a big picture to use as a guide, it won't be fun. It'll be like sorting through thousands of puzzle pieces from a hundred different puzzles, spread all over the place in a big mess. As a landlord there's infinite ways to do things and every landlord has a different style. It goes back to strategy over tactics and sticking to your real freedom vision. I have a question for you... 

Would you rather...
  • Buy the picture you want, hang it on the wall, and get to enjoying your life?
  • Or...
  • Buy the puzzle you want, put it together, and be happy breaking everything down and rebuilding it?
Well, I'd love to help you with that. I found all the pieces and put together the picture. I already did it on my own and now I have it. If you want it, you can take mine and get on with your life. Or, if you're like my kids, they want to do everything on their own. You can still take mine, then pick it apart, and put it back together on your own. At least you'll know all the pieces are there and what it looks like.

Can I help you decide what to do? Let's do a simple thought experiment to find the most optimal way to rent out your property. Consider this a decision-making exercise to help you decide if self-service management is right for you.

Put simply... you have a tenant named Bob, when he has problems what do you want to do?
  • Do you pay a property manager to help Bob...
  • Or, do you spend your time to help Bob...
  • Or, better yet, do you use a system that lets Bob help himself?
In all three examples Bob gets the help he needs. This is not school. This is not a test where you can't use a calculator. This is real life and you don't have to waste your time working on problems that don't matter. Now the question is, do you want any help?

Here's the hardest part...

Getting help. It's actually a sign of strength, though. It's true! Why else is it so difficult to ask our friends for help? Maybe we don't want to put others out. Or, secretly we have shame from being vulnerable. Or, maybe it's just pesky pride wanting us to prove to ourselves we can do it all on our own. Or, just maybe... It's because we didn't pay the price and feel like we earned it?

Whatever it is, just know you don't have to go it alone. I'm here and would be happy to help. So, what do you say? Let's do this together! We have a private landlord community just waiting for you to grace us with your presence. Think of it as a Landlord CrossFit Church Bootcamp. You will be challenged, but it's a safe place. We got your back.

Here's how you take action...

Guess what?! I can make this super simple. All you have to do is trust your gut. Can you imagine what this would be like? If you believe in the vision of real freedom and can commit to the path of self-service management, then you might want to join. 

Very quickly, let me break this down for you a bit more. Here's how you know if real freedom is right for you:
  • 1.  Desire: Do you want to do it?
  • 2.  Permission: Are you allowed to do it?
  • 3.  Ability: Do you have the skills and know-how to do it?
  • 4.  Commitment: Are you actually going to do the work?
I can help you with the second and third. You will have to have the first one, and do the last one. All I can do is educate and equip you. If you like the idea of having permanent cashflow, then I look forward to sharing everything with you. I'll give you all my system shortcuts. I will show you what I do and explain why I do it. I will give you my forms and fundamentals. Then when you're armed with all that, you can do the same things too or modify stuff to fit your own style.

Every step of the way, you either take it or leave it. This requires some effort up front though, you will have to set up some things I give you, and build other things that I show you so you preserve your time later. And sometimes it takes a bit of time for you to train your tenants. In short, if you want it, you will have to be a real freedom fighter!

The important thing to realize as a small-time landlord is, you do not have to sacrifice your personal freedom for money. You have to know what not to do. And for the things you do, you have to adopt the best ways to do them. If you want real freedom as a landlord, the key is self-service management — and I can teach you if you join.

I remember what it was like when I was a new landlord. I was too busy trying to save money to get any freedom. Don't take as long as I did to figure this out. If you want to quickly get up to speed without an overcomplicated process, I can show you how. It doesn't matter who you are, if you have the will and can follow the process, you can do it too. 

Today, I live in confidence knowing I have a replenishing income stream always pouring in each month. The most important thing I have is priceless: easy to maintain cashflow that provides for my family and gives me the real freedom to pursue my purpose — to help you. I'm excited!

Take a deep breath, let it out...

I'm in a position to offer you something no one else can. As a landlord in this time of history, somehow you're here. You're at a crossroads, something I wish I came to when I first embarked on my landlord journey. You have to decide, do you want to cut your own path, or do you want to follow a proven path that's been cleared for you?

If you join our private landlord mastermind (4DELTA), you are guaranteed to save time and money. I admit it's a bold statement, but if I know you, and you are a small-scale landlord looking to make a quantum leap, I'm 110% confident self-service management is the solution for you. It will rescue you from wasting your precious life making mistakes.

You won't need to try and figure everything out on your own, nor will you get sidetracked with bad advice. You will have my map and compass. I already spent my time. I did all the work for you. I had no choice.

Lucky for you, you have a choice! Do you want to get real freedom ASAP? It took me ten years to get this kind of confidence and peace of mind. Don't take as long as I did to figure it out. I'll prove it to you — if you join 4DELTA, it's the easiest and most efficient way to become a landlord master.
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4DELTA
A mastermind of landlords where the secrets of self-service management are revealed and real freedom is obtained through automation, balance, and control.
4DELTA
A mastermind of landlords where the secrets of self-service management are revealed and real freedom is obtained through automation, balance, and control.