The American dream is still alive and well in a country that is most assuredly facing some tough economic times. No matter what happens around us we are still a society that is very much connected to the core of our spirit - the entrepreneurial spirit. We believe in our ability to get out there and make it happen; but that doesn't mean that we don't need help along the way.
Real Estate Investing is nothing new; it has long held money-making potential for those who understand the process and are committed to putting in the time. But just like anything else that has the potential for making people money, real estate investing has instigated a flooding of the market with so-called "experts" who offer - at a high price - to lead the way to real estate riches and teaching how to invest in real estate.
RE Mentor offers a different perspective on real estate investing - the personal perspective; showing people through real estate education and real estate coaching how to start making money from right where they are - and taught by a man who has lived the experience. Read more...
Among the reasons to be in real estate, quick cash is one of the most attractive upsides, especially for new investors looking to get started in a new business/career. When investors think of what it means to invest in real estate, there are two common things that come to mind. Read more...
Fortunately, there's an easy way to find out: Run 'em through the Real Estate Guru Test!
After all, cosmetologists and undertakers need to take tests to put makeup on people, or bury them. Shouldn't real estate gurus be able to pass a test before they can earn your trust?
I say "Yes they should!"
Here are the tough questions they should be able to answer, and also how I rate on them. (For more details on how I rate on any question, just click the underlined link in that box.)