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How To Make $30,000/Mo In Rental Income, Without Owning Any Real Estate...

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Continue reading ... (this is story by Mike Dillard "Self-Made Man" about Brian Page experience)

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<< I'm writing you from our AirBnB home in Aspen Colorado...

A few friends and I flew into town this week to check out the annual Food and Wine festival.

Aspen is always an incredibly inspiring place to visit... It's very difficult to find a smaller town, with a higher concentration of wealth or successful people, than this little village...

While the event was great, the majority of our conversations ended up being around real estate...

The average price for a home or condo in downtown Aspen is around $2,000 to $3,000 per square foot... So a modest 2,000 square foot condo would cost around $4-6 million! Not cheap.

We rented a two bedroom condo with a great view, for $800 per night.

If the owner is able to rent out the unit 25 nights per month, they're making around $20,000 per month in passive income.

Not bad... Especially if you had 3-4 more of them...

But buying up a portfolio of real estate properties to rent out just isn't feasible for most people.

Well that's why last week's podcast episode with Brian Page blew me and my friends away...

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My business partner Robert and I are currently using Brian's method to acquire control of rental properties all over Aspen and Snowmass.

Within a year, we should have a passive income stream of $50,000 to $100,000 per month, without putting any money down, or taking ownership of a single home.

The entire maintenance and booking process is completely automated, so your portfolio can be managed from a cell phone.

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You could be 23 years old, or 65... Rich, or dead broke...
If you're willing to follow some simple instructions and put in a little elbow grease to get the ball rolling, you could be 12-24 months away from a 7 figure passive income stream.
If you want to learn Brian's strategy step-by-step, you can check out the webinar he's holding this week.
I'm confident that what you learn will completely change the way you look at real estate and building wealth, just as it did for me.

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Where to stay in Budapest paying the most affordable price.

Welcome to the Marco Polo Top Ho(s)tel!

Located in the heart of the city, this is the perfect youth hostel for anyone visiting Budapest, Hungary. The hostel (member of the IYHF) is also ideal for individual travelers and for large or small groups alike. Everybody can find its preferred room type: single, twin, triple, quad or 12-bedded dormitories.

Cold buffet breakfast for 4 EUR / person / day

All rooms are non-smoking rooms equipped with fire/smoke detector system!

Book more than 7 days in advance for Free Cancellation.

This property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

Property Directions

Address: Nyar Utca. 6, 1072 Budapest


from Keleti pályaudvar / Eastern railway station

Take Metro 2 (red line) direction “Déli pályaudvar” and go to station “Blaha Lujza tér” (1 stop). Exit the metro onto Rákóczi út (direction Burger King) and walk as you were going to the Burger King. Pass it, and keep going ahead. Take the 3rd street called “Nyár utca” on the right. The hostel is directly ahead.

It takes around: 8 minutes

from Nyugati pályaudvar / Western railway station

Leave the station and cross the main road to get to the tram station (to the one which is going to the left – when you come out from the train station). Take either tram number 4 or 6. You will have to get off at “Blaha Lujza tér”, the 4th stop. Look for the Burger King – it will be on the other side of the big square (no, not the Mc Donald’s, the Burger King! ). Pass the fast food restaurant on Rákóczi út, and keep going ahead. Take the 3rd street called “Nyár utca” on the right. The hostel is directly ahead.

It takes around: 8 minutes

from Déli pályaudvar / Southern railway station

Go to the metro line 2 (red line). Take the metro direction Örs Vezér and go to station “Blaha Lujza tér” (6th stop). Exit the metro onto Rákóczi út (direction Burger King) and walk as you were going to the Burger King. Pass it, and keep going ahead. Take the 3rd street called “Nyár utca” on the right. The hostel is directly ahead.

It takes around: 10 minutes

from the Liszt Ferenc Nemzetközi Repülőtér / Liszt Ferenc Airport

Take the bus nr.200 or 200E to Kőbánya-Kispest. From here you need to catch the Metro, you get off at “Ferenciek tere”. Exit the metro to the left and take the bus 7, 5 or 173 (away from the river) to „Urania”. Walk on to the crosswalk and turn down Nyár utca. The hostel is directly ahead on the left.

It takes around: 50 minutes

We also can organize airport shuttle service, if needed. Please, contact us by e-mail!

Prices: (8 euros per day)

All our bright and comfy twin and quad rooms has private bathroom with telephone and TV.

As for our dormitories, their layout is unique in privacy and comfort! Each 12 bedroom – with private bathroom – is divided into private 2-bunk areas with their own lockers.


How to get to the downtown of Budapest City from Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD)

Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD)

Budapest Airport, T2
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD), formerly known as Budapest Ferihegy International Airport, is about 10 miles from the city center. Many major European and North American airlines either fly directly to Budapest or offer connections

Your plane to Budapest Airport will arrive into terminals 2A or 2B in adjacent buildings. Terminal 1 is now closed.
Immediately after customs in either Terminal 2A or 2B, a booth in Arrivals offers “Information and tickets” from Budapest’s BKK public-transportation network. Here you can buy all types of tickets and passes – see below for more details.

The booth also serves as an outlet for purchasing the Budapest Card, providing unlimited use of city transport along with admission to museums and a thermal bath, free tours, and various discounts. If you are only traveling to your hotel and do not plan to go out much afterwards, it’s best to wait to take full advantage of the 24-, 48-, or 72-hour time limit that begins with its first use. You’ll also find an ATM inside the terminal.

Exiting terminal 2, you see a line of people waiting by the taxi kiosk. Taxis are run by the cartel of Főtaxi and other ones cannot be used. See below Taxi Service.

Photo: László Balkányi/We Love Budapest

Just beyond the taxi booth, a crowd will be milling around a bus stop and another ticket machine next to it. The machine, with an English-language option, accepts cash (in Hungarian forints) and credit cards, and gives change.

The two buses here require different tickets. Swifter but less frequent bus 100E requires a 900-forint (3-euro) ticket – look out for the airplane logo on the machine.

This runs every 30 minutes directly into town, calling at Kálvin tér, Astoria and Deák tér, all close to each other in the city center. The last bus sets off at 12:30am and the driver usually waits for stragglers. Allow about 30-40 minutes’ journey time into town at night, nearer to an hour during the day.

Photo: BKK
The other bus stop is for the 200E, running every seven minutes but only as far as the nearest metro stop of Kőbánya-Kispest and, after 11pm, to the next stop into town, Határ út. Journey time is 20-25 minutes but the stations that the 200E runs to are on the blue M3 metro line, currently under long-term repair. A replacement bus service now operates, making the whole journey into town much longer than its previous 45 minutes. The 200E bus requires a standard BKK transport ticket (350 HUF or 3000 HUF for a book of ten), followed by another one for the onward journey from metro station to town.
For both the 100E and 200E buses, you enter by the front door only and show the driver your ticket before punching it into the little yellow box on board.
Photo: We Love Budapest

The alternative is to take the 200E bus as far as the Ferihegy rail station opposite old Terminal 1, about halfway to Kőbánya-Kispest, then jump on a regular train to Nyugati Station in town, a journey of 20 minutes. There is a ticket machine on the station platform. A standard one-way ticket is 370 HUF but some services are InterCity ones and require a supplement. The ticket machine allows you to specify which train you intend to take. Using the train might make more sense on your journey back to the airport, when you can pick up the 200E about ten minutes to the airport. Again, specify which train you intend to travel with.

If you’re traveling to the airport from town early in the morning, the first 100E bus leaves Deák tér at 4am, calling at Astoria and Kálvin tér shortly afterwards. A line forms around each bus stop, patrolled by BKK inspectors who also check that you’re holding the 900-forint airplane-logo’d ticket and not the standard 350-forint one. You should arrive at the airport by 5am, probably even 4:45am.

Airport Shuttles

Providing door-to-door transfer services, the shuttle service is one of the most popular ways to travel from Budapest Airport to anywhere in Hungary’s capital. Transfers can be booked with miniBUD. With an extensive fleet of modern minibuses offering shared rides, the staff amasses several passengers that are traveling to the same area of the city and then drops them off in the most convenient order possible. Because of this, it can actually take longer to reach a destination with this service than it takes to use public transportation, but the convenience of not having to handle luggage on the bus and metro can be well worth the extra expense and time. Check out the official miniBUD website for fare information and details.

From 2017, Luxembourg-based company flibco.com has been offering direct bus-transfer services between downtown Budapest and the airport with a departure frequency of every 30 minutes round the clock. The bus stops at several transport hubs citywide, including at Deák Square, at Népliget Bus Station, and at Nyugati, Keleti, and Déli railway stations; a one-way trip costs 9 euros per person.

Taxi Service

The fastest and most direct way of getting from Budapest Airport to downtown is definitely by taxi, with services provided by taxi stands in front of both Terminal 2A and 2B that are staffed by English-speaking attendants. Only one company is currently authorized to provide unreserved taxi service with curbside pick-up at Budapest Airport: Főtaxi, which guarantees regulated rates with prepaid vouchers available at the taxi stands. To reach most central-Budapest hotels, Főtaxi charges approximately 7,000 forints (about 22 euros). Log onto www.fotaxi.hu for complete information and a tariff calculator.
Photo: We Love Budapest

Other taxi companies operate at Budapest Airport, with plenty of dodgy individuals awaiting fresh visitors in the arrivals area with grunted offers of taxi service, but utilizing their services invites unpredictable outcomes for your pocketbook.

Check out the official airport website for more information about transportation to and from Budapest Airport.

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