Well this is pretty clever.
In my 40 Ways book, I talked about viewing your property as an ad platform.
And specifically suggested using the back of your fence to market to the people on the street. The brilliant Chris Clothier gave me the idea.
Anyway, you can understand why I slammed on the brakes when I saw this mini-billboard. I love to see good ideas put into practice.
I don’t know the financial details of this mini billboard that’s placed near the exit of a local grocery store parking lot. I don’t know who is paying how much to whoever for the right to post this sign. But I do know this fence advertisement gets a lot of eyeball from people in this upper middle class neighborhood.
It’s valuable real estate!
So, what do you think? Does this look tacky? Or do you think it’s something that might work to bring in more passive income at your rental? Leave a comment.
Read my other blogs and articlesfor creative ways to increase profits from rental properties:
- 40 Ways to Increase the Net Income of Your Property
- Long term vs. Short Renting with Airbnb: How to make money on AirBnb with maximum profit
- Guides on how to increase rental property equity
- Landlord Tips: How Using the Rule of Five Can Make a Landlord Richer
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