“This system in this book has saved me a ton of time, I wish I had known about it sooner!”

Jamie K., Reader

Save time and hassle in running your owner-occupied house hack.

A book that gives you a systematic approach for saving tons of hours (and your sanity) while managing a shared living situation on autopilot.

“Maximum Revenue, Minimum Effort: House Hacking for the Busy Landlord” is a book that gives you a system for advertising your room rentals and then managing the whole situation.

Before I implemented this system, I spent hours on wasted phone calls with prospective tenants who were never going to be a great fit. I rented to roommates who had trouble following basic house rules like keeping the front door locked at night, would sneak guests in, and then wouldn't change their behavior. It was adding a lot of extra stress.

But it turns out there was no need for this amount of stress.

In “Maximum Revenue, Minimum Effort”, you’ll learn the system I came up with by attending the School of Hard Knocks. You will learn:

  • How to save time on your marketing and advertising efforts
  • How to set up efficient systems for managing tenants and ensuring lease terms are adhered to
  • Tips for ensuring you find tenants that are a great fit
  • Ideas for setting up secure access control to your property as well as observing what is going on so you are never in the dark, even when you are away from home

By the end of the book, you’ll have all the tools you need to begin running your house hack situation efficiently and with less stress than you're likely accustomed to.

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Table of contents

Get a look at all of the content covered in the book. Everything you need to know is inside.

“Maximum Revenue, Minimum Effort: House Hacking for the Busy Landlord” is comprised of 240 tightly edited, highly visual pages designed to teach you everything you need to know about running a house-hacking situation in a low-stress manner while still enabling a polite and respectul household.

  1. Philosophy and Introduction

  2. Management

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B.W. Park – Hey there, I’m the author behind ‘Maximum Revenue, Minimum Effort: House Hacking for the Busy Landlord’.

I started my first house hack during the Covid-19 pandemic. I'm a huge fan of efficient systems and the principles underlying the Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) movement. I reside in Southern California and when I'm not writing books, I enjoy reading books, swimming, and playing the occasional video game.

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