The McLean Method
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Knowing that positive cash flow property is a great way to invest doesn’t do you much good if you can’t find any positive cash flow properties.
This is exactly the situation I was in before I discovered The McLean Method. I had read multiple books and even been to a couple of seminars but I couldn’t find any positive cash flow properties for myself.
After many many many hours trawling the online listings did I strike upon a way of finding positive cash flow properties all over Australia.
I can’t remember when or how this method came to me, but once I saw that it worked I started using it over and over and over again and the great thing is IT WORKS!
The McLean Method is a simple 4 step process
1. Find Towns In Australia
2. Determine To Population of that Town
3. Research Property Values in the Area
4. Determine The Rental Yield of the Area
In the above video I go through step 1 and step 2 and determine a couple of towns that meet my criteria.
Step 3 and 4 are in in Part 2 of the McLean Method which is only available to our CashFlow Core Members.
Part 2 was really exciting to make because I expanded upon the first video and showed my members 2 towns in Australia which I know have high rental yields. So members can start by researching these areas, see what a positive cash flow property looks like and then go from there.
I have also recently started adding to the “Positive Properties Revealed” section of CashFlow Core. In this section I search the web for you and list properties that I find to have high rental yields and a good chance of being positively cash flowed.
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I hope you enjoy this video of the McLean Method. Any question use the contact page