I attended the free seminar to learn about investing in real estate property. The class did offer good information but they seemed focused on convincing you or getting you in a mindset to spend the amount of money they are asking for their classes. Honestly the next set of classes for 3 days I was at were a surprisingly reasonable rate. They also allowed you to invite two people for $197. The facilitator continues to impact the audience with remembering how much money they had spent for their college education, so when they drop the amount of the course for their future classes it will be more acceptable to those in attendance. Remember how much money you invested in your education, some of you spent over $100,000, some of you spent $70,000, suggesting what they offer to charge for their classes will be nothing compared to what one spent on their college education. Well, I wanted to go home and research a little more and check out reviews, which I had not done. And most of the people felt like I felt the free seminar was motivating hopeful for a future in real estate property investing. One review mentioned that the next step, the Master Class, is between $50,000 to $80,000. Pretty much the cost of a college education. That is the deceiving part that I did not like. Which puts these guys in a class with everyone else trying to make money selling their training courses for over-the-top amounts without really showing us how to do it. Just making money off of selling their courses not a real concern for an individual success in real estate investing. Those interested in real estate investing will have to do like the majority of people and learn from other trainings more affordable yes they will be some mistakes along the way but that's all part of the learning process.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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