What if you could own property in cities such as Sydney or Melbourne or Australia wide for as little as $165,000 and yield 11-14% pa rental returns??

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As property is by far the superior asset class for  most investors, this strategy combined with new technology that’s  disrupting the property industry can generate passive cash flow rapidly.

“With property markets getting frothy in  cities like Sydney, it’s good to be prudent and focus on cash flows  because capital growth may not always occur”.

Positive cash flow property is the only way to go, he said.

McIntyre says, investors in Australia have been used to 3-4 per cent gross rental yields.

He goes on to explain:

“I am not interested in property unless I  get 10 per cent plus yields. Therefore, I don’t have to rely on  capital growth or be concerned about funding a mortgage.

“Most investors simply don’t know where  to acquire property with 10 per cent plus yields in Australia and are  consequently losing a fortune. Moreover, they are also exposed to future  rising interest rates.

“It’s also worth mentioning that many  property investors rely on capital growth, which may be fleeting in the  future in many areas after the property boom of recent years. I target  10 per cent yields so that capital growth is a bonus, however, there are  places where you can currently get 10 per cent capital growth or more  with 10 per cent yields.

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“However, in relation to adding a granny  flat to the back of your existing home or your parent’s home, this is  another way to generate 10 per cent yields, which also helps solve the  housing affordability problem.

“Therefore, it will become more common  and encouraged by local councils that are after increased density to  reduce infrastructure costs of ever expanding suburbs and urban sprawl.  It also works great regardless of whether you are in the city or  regional areas.

“So let’s assume, a high quality  two-bedroom two-bathroom granny flat fully installed at $150,000 AUD for  example. Some can be bought or built for less, however by the time you  get them installed and complete, you should budget at least $150,000 or  slightly more to include a high quality fit out.

“Either way, for many $150,000 is a much  cheaper and affordable way to get into the property market. With many  parents helping their adult children buy their first investment  property, this is also a great strategy to build a granny flat on their  parent’s existing back yard.

“You can simply then rent out the home and generate $250-$350 per week, depending on the city and suburb it’s located.

“$350 per week is $18,200 p.a. which is over 10 per cent yield on the $150,000 approximate outlay.

“Why not rent it on Airbnb it? Almost  everyone has now heard of Airbnb. The platform allows you to list a  spare room or entire house to holiday makers and is disrupting the  entire property industry. You could earn as much as $150-$300 per night  on Airbnb on weekends alone, therefore almost doubling your potential  gross yields by simply renting it out on a Friday and Saturday night”.  Any weekday bookings would be an additional bonus.

“If you want to make more money, you  could rent your entire home on Airbnb. Many do this to fund their  holidays and/or pay off their mortgage. Considering most bookings are  usually on a Friday/Saturday night, your entire home could generate  $300-$600 a night (or more depending of course on the location and value  of your home and the time of year (Christmas and school holidays are  likely to make you a lot more money).

“You could stay in your granny flat on  weekends and Airbnb your entire home. Alternately, you could Airbnb both  and go away for the weekends. You’d be paid effectively to stay in a  nice hotel and still profit.

“The cash flow and yields can be very lucrative”.

McIntyre went on to state:

“Some may have objections to renting  their entire home on Airbnb, however, if it means they can now afford to  pay off their mortgage at rapid speed or fund holidays overseas or  enable some to retire or semi-retire and quit a job they don’t like, it  can be life changing.

“It’s a real strategy being implemented by an increasing number of people who would have never once considered it.

“Although it’s not for everyone, this  strategy can turn normal property into a cash generation machine and  enable one to rapidly get ahead financially.

“There are also companies that provide a  turn-key service for a Granny Flat, including arranging the DA etc. for  you. Not only that, I know of some companies that can install and have  the granny flats completed in a single day in your back yard.

“This means, you don’t have to wait for  months on end to start generating extra cash flow and save the time and  hassle of spending your time trying to organise such a project around  your current career”, said McIntyre.

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According to leading financial educator and property millionaire Jamie McIntyre, simple strategies such as adding a granny flat are quietly making investors solid returns.

He said, “often the key to wealth is  simple, yet out of the box strategies that add value to an existing  asset with low risk.