Real estate investing is perhaps one of the oldest side hustles in existence.
Buy a house, rent it out, and build wealth. It’s a tried and true formula, and certainly a way to stop trading time for money.
This idea was popularized by books like Rich Dad Poor Dad, explaining (often with real estate as an example) how you can “escape the rat race” when income from assets you control exceeds your monthly expenses.
But real estate investing comes in many different “flavors” — and some take more time and money than others to get started with.
Selling JPEGs and other digital collectibles – do NFTs present some of the hottest investment opportunities right now?
You could hardly open your laptop or unlock your phone this year without reading about NFTs or non-fungible tokens.
When you start to see jpegs selling for tens of thousands of dollars, you can’t help but ask, wait, what’s going on here?
If you’re looking to add some time-leveraged cash flow to your bottom line, two of the best options are investing in rental real estate and buying small businesses.
Both are viable options, and to help you figure out if either or both of these investment options are right for you, it’s time for another Side Hustle Showdown.
I’ve been excited about alternative investments since my early days as an aspiring real estate investor and peer-to-peer loan shark.
If you’re bored/scared/disillusioned with the “traditional” stock market and mutual fund asset classes, or if you just are curious what else is out there, this post is for you.
The cool thing is we’re living in a golden age of alternative investment opportunities, and it was quite an undertaking to compile these options.
Can you still make money in domain flipping?
Last year, Mark Levine flipped 70 domain names, for around $160k in gross profit.
Of that, he spent a little over half on renewal fees for his domain name portfolio and acquiring new domains to add to it, netting $70-80k for the year.
Not bad for a part-time hobby!