I went to the free seminar in Phoenix. The advertising for the event promised a free lunch and free gifts.
The lunch was there, but did not see any free gifts. I wasn't there for any of that anyway, but if it's advertised, it should be provided. I knew there would be a pitch to purchase something additional to really get the information. The price for the 3 day seminar was 1695, which to me is outrageously expensive.
There was also only one weekend offered, and they made it sound like only a few seats were left, something I highly doubt was true. That is merely a sales pitch to make you think you'll really be missing out on something. Also, if you truly want people to attend and you want to help them, don't limit the availability.
I also was not impressed with the speaker, Mark. Please do not discard a college education as completely unnecessary to succeed in this world.
Not everyone can be a real estate investor, nor does everyone want to be. All the money in the world can not make you a good doctor, an architect to build the structures you so want to make money on, a world class musician who brings beauty and joy to life, an educator who teaches you about the world....he pretty much dissed all things academia unless they were related to NV Real Estate Academy. And quite honestly, he talked to us like we were 5 year olds. He alone was enough for me to not even consider the 3 day seminar.
All in all, I think this is highly overpriced, especially after reading what it costs to invest further.
It is not designed for the average consumer, it's designed to help those who already have a high income. I would not recommend this to anyone.
Product or Service Mentioned: Nv Real Estate Academy Seminar.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
I didn't like: Presenter, Value of services.