The Lucrative Niche of Raw Land Investing with Mark Podolsky
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Have you ever considered the possibility that you could earn more than $100,000 passive income in a single month? What would your life look like with that kind of money? How would your relationships and your impact on other people and the world around you change? Today’s guest, professional raw land investor Mark Podolsky shares how this lucrative niche could earn you hundreds of thousands of dollars in passive income, once you know where to start.
There are billions of acres of raw land available for sale in the United States, and there is no real big money pumped into this niche. No private equity groups, no hedge funds, and yet there is so much money to be made from it. After a colleague of his informed him about raw land investing, Mark invested some of his money, made a 300% return, and subsequently left his toxic job to invest full time. He has been investing in raw, undeveloped land since 2000 and has completed over 6000 transactions, and his company now goes from strength to strength every year.
In this episode, Mark Podolsky, a.k.a. The Land Geek joins Jim to share how he started out in raw land investing and the first steps you need to take if this is something you are interested in. Jim and Mark discuss the similarities between infinite banking and raw land investing, and Mark shares his company’s average annual margins. Mark’s program helps people bring in more than $100,000 a month in passive income, so learn why you need to be committed, not just interested in raw land investing if this is something you want to embark on.
Books Mentioned in the Episode:
The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness by Eric Jorgenson
Connect with Mark Podolsky: Website Dirt Rich: How One Ambitiously Lazy Geek Created Passive Income in Real Estate Without Renters, Renovations, and Rehabs by Mark Podolsky
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