People like to lease things instead of buying them for many different reasons. It could be cheaper for them, they don’t see the need for owning that thing full-time, or it could be something else. Leasing has a lot of usefulness compared to purchasing things. And a lot of people know this fact, so they make a passive income by leasing their stuff to those who need it but don’t want to buy it. In this list, we assembled some stuff you may have that you can rent out to make some cash and help someone out at the same time.
If you are in possession of a camper van that you only use once a year, or once every two years, you are in a fortunate position. Many people want the chance to travel around in a camper van and have that experience, but purchasing one is way out of the ballpark. You can get a nice amount of cash if you lease out your camper van for a couple of months.
Not many people are comfortable renting out their spare room to a complete stranger, and that is okay, if this option is not for you that is understandable. If you don’t have any issues with this, you might want to contact a lawyer to help you with a good contract to rent your room. This option can be rented out for a nice amount of money as well, but it comes with a lot of risks. You can choose to rent it out while you are maybe taking a vacation so the room would be a sort of Airbnb.
This might come as a surprise but yes, you can lease your IP address. After it was announced that all IPv4 was finished, the transfer market for IPv4 addresses has been very successful. If someone wants to sell IPv4 addresses they need to follow many rules and regulations of the RIR that are complex, so not many people really want to buy IPv4 addresses, they are more interested in leasing them.