The Easiest Side Hustle (If You’ve Got Space For It) | Joseph Woodbury

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Hopefully, you’re not tired of making money with little to no effort.

Today, Joseph Woodbury, Founder of Neighbor, is here to give us another way to do just that.

The concept started out simple enough during college.

Someone needed storage but didn’t want to pay top-dollar or drive to a crummy storage facility.

So what if instead, you just paid your neighbor a fraction of the amount and dropped it off down the street?

That’s exactly what Neighbor is.

Joseph gives us the full breakdown of how they went from a Google sheet and knocking on doors, to the only storage company operating in all 50 states.

You’ll also hear some great stories of both huge and small-scale ways people are making passive income via Neighbor.

From a spot under someone’s bed in NY to large fields in rural America.

Some have even gone so far as to build structures simply to put them on Neighbor.

We love this concept however because no work is really needed.

If you have space available that you aren’t using anyway, set up your rules and rent it to a neighbor.

There’s rarely such a win-win.

You get passive income, and they get a safer and more friendly experience at a fraction of the cost.

We can’t wait to hear how much you’re able to make renting out that empty garage, parking spot, or yes, maybe even a spot under your bed.

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