How to Replace a $70,000 a Year Salary with Real Estate Investments and Rental Property

What if you could replace your 9-5 job, your $70,000 salary, with rental property income? I’ve done it and it’s pretty simple to do if you stick to this formula and take action. I’m Clayton Morris, the president of Morris Invest, and In this video I’m going to show you a simple system for replacing your $70,000 a year salary with passive rental property income.

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20 Responses to How to Replace a $70,000 a Year Salary with Real Estate Investments and Rental Property

  1. Rod Beltz

    Does the 40% cover taxes and insurance?

  2. wilbareng13

    I live in the California. Bay Area. Will this work here?

  3. david benson

    One very important thing this man failed to mention, property taxes on properties the owner does not live in, are doubled, example I live in my house and pay $ 2000 taxes the 2nd house I wanna rent would cost me $4000 in property taxes a year, guess what noooooot worth the headache

  4. surveyguyor

    $914,000 USD…wait a minute! the houses that you are buying for 45000 that are in need of rehab, you need to have cash. Banks will not loan you money. and private money is going to be 10-12%. so to buy those 8 houses at 45,000 that will cost … wait then you said after expenses you would need 14 houses. ok, 14 x 45,000 plus rehab costs. say what…. 20k per house? 14 homes at 65000 will cost you $914,000.

  5. chachee15

    Clayton, my friend is a home owner and his bank sent him in the mail advertising using a HELOC. He wants to use it to pay off his CC, car, and money he owes to ex wife. I'm trying to convince him to use the roughly 91k that he will have available to him to buy property from your turn key company. What are the best videos that I could show him to would convince him that working with you is the better option? Or do you think he should pay off the debts first?

  6. kingmike40

    My parents were in the crane business for 25+ years. They would buy a crane with their money and lease it back to their business which was incorporated for passive income. When my bother was 18 he had a friend who's dad owned railroad box cars and would lease them to a different companies for passive income. Moral of the story there is more to passive income than crappy rental property.

  7. kingmike40

    You better be making more than 70,000 if you are paying employees to keep care of the properties.

  8. Yuki De Jesus

    you gotta work in a city to make good salary and live like a homeless person and then buy properties in otther states like south carolina where houses are cheap and then you rent it out… thats what im doing,…living in bronx..1k rent and buying properties outside NY and renting it out. ( I also work in NYC making 70+) plus so yeah.

  9. Praba Garan

    I unsubscribed after watching this video.

    your example is good for school children not for the real world mate.

  10. Praba Garan

    get a peaceful life by not investing in real estate !

    instead invest in products offered by banks.

    or payoff your own home mortage fast.

  11. C I

    Great video but i dint think that will work here in California

  12. Big Brownbass

    Just subscribed.. Thank you for your time Sir..!!!

  13. sten260

    this only works if you get 14 houses from your dad or something. realistically normal person would have to take multiple mortgages to even get to 5 houses. Only reason to do this is is to let your tenants pay your mortgage and eventually after like 20 years own 5 houses. then u can keep renting for profit or sell them and buy yourself a sick lambo

  14. abcdLeeXY

    im sure hes not talking abt big city properties…

  15. Paul Evert

    How do you account for the mortgage payments? Don't they have to come off your net income calculation?

  16. stgeorgn

    what doesnt make any sense is that you dont make that because you NEED to pay the BANK

  17. Daniel Soto

    u buy the properties in cash or mortgage…???

  18. Ericka Williams

    Thank you for doing this video. I recommend your company to my clients. People will complain about anything the key is to invest where the homes are 40k. great concept even if folks buy one house a year for 10 years at the end of 10 years vastly different life than all their family and friends.

  19. Jhovany Ruiz

    You forgot to subtract all the mortgage payments you have to pay each month. My guess would be $300/month per property on a $50,000 property. That's going to put a significant dent in your "$70,000/year" income….just saying.

  20. hmong337

    Lol goodluck doing this in gta ontario