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142. Vacation Rentals – in areas where people like to vacation, you can generally make quite a bit more money renting your house for daily, weekly, or monthly furnished rentals rather than your typical 6 to 12 month rental for a full-time renter.

It does require furnishing the unit and typically more work than a long-term rental, but it might be worth it.

Whether you hire a full-time property management company or do it yourself with your own website or sites like VRBO or AirBnB, you can turn a profit on a home or condo if you buy in the right area at the right price.

Some houses in the Mission Beach area of San Diego have had tremendous success as vacation rentals.

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