Expensive? Compared to what? - Posted by RS
Posted by RS on April 30, 1999 at 12:18:00:
You could run around endlessly looking for “cheap” sources of RE knowledge. You’ll find several sources, many with conflicting advice/instructions, and you may be more confused than ever. Not to mention the valuable time spent trying to sort through and make decisions on what to buy. I would never argue against reading everything you can get your hands on about real estate. But if you’re looking for a tried and true method of a specific type of RE investing, you can’t beat the value of a comprehensive course.
I paid my $379 for the Legrand “Fast Cash” course. I could’nt afford that $379. We were living off a credit line and paying for groceries on the only credit card that hadn’t been maxed out. Talk about a downward spiral! 7 weeks and $379 later, I’ve made L/O deals worth a minimum of $19,000. We’re splurging at the supermarket for the first time in years. How much do you think I regret spending that $379?