Yes, @My Garage. I was speaking about rental housing. The hard work is getting it up and ready and then finding and keeping the right tenant(s). After that, the work is minimal. Also important is getting a team in place--handyman, plumber, electrician, real estate agent--and then there is insurance, taxes, property management (though I manage myself)...you get the picture.
I'd like to get into one of those programs like Fundrise that was mentioned above though. I like that idea about renting chairs, costumes though.