Once your passive income in land investing exceeds your fixed expenses and you’re able to quit your full-time JOB, what do you do with your spare time?
That was a question today’s guest was asking himself.
We welcome one of our own Land Geeker’s to the show—Kyle Knab joins us to talk about what life looks like after quitting his job to work on his land business full-time…and by full-time we mean 10-14 hours a week!
Too Much Time On His Hands
Kyle, who is busy by nature, was finding himself with too much time freedom and he didn’t know what to do with it… so he created another business and it’s one that may interest you land investor’s. Kyle started his own web development business, geared specifically for building websites for land investors.
Listen in now as Kyle starts us off with his most recent deal which, turns out, is nothing to joke about! Then he gives us all the details on everything his web design business has to offer.
- What makes his service different from other real estate web design companies such as Carrot or Lead Propeller
- Unique designs to the individual
- Hosting, costs, and more!
What I think is really the killer feature of your service is the fact that it’s a land investor that intimately knows the land business, and is working the land business, that is creating your website.
So, it’s almost like the client doesn’t have to explain to you the important parts and features of the website. In fact, you would know better than the newbies would and I think that piece is so much more important.
Kyle took his free time to grow and expand by learning code and creating something that was not only beneficial to himself, but to others in the business as well. After all, who better to build a website on land investing than web developed who is a seasoned land investor.
Now that Kyle is setting his new business up on automation, what do you think is in store for him next?
If you would like to hear more about Kyle’s beginning journey into land investing, you can find his story here on a past episode of Round Table: Long-Term Success In A Short-Term Period—A Land Geek Student Case Study.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: My tip is QueenCityWeb.com. We’ll also have in the future, a special Land Geek promotional link as well, so you can get a discount.
Scott: Check out the website, InkForAll.com—AI for web content for writers.
Kyle: Go to CodeCademy.com to learn the basics of coding. I suggest HTML and CSS . It takes about 4 hours max and you’ll have the basic knowledge to speak with your developers and know what they’re talking about.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?