The Rich Dad Real Estate Course Review
For a base cost of $99, the course promises to teach you how to flip the real estate market to your financial advantage. With a money back guarantee, this seems like a pretty safe bet for anyone looking to explore their options and maybe make some quick cash. The first thing that you should know is that the company actually does uphold the money back guarantee, which is good because the course actually falls a little short of expectation.
It is not a real how-to guide, it is more of a generic introduction to the world of real estate and the possibilities that are out there to make money in the real estate market. The course really does not go into detail about how to use these different real estate tools or even really specifically what they are. In order to find out how to use the different real estate tools mentioned, you have to buy more courses that vary in costs. There is a course for every tool mentioned in the introductory video.
The introductory video has some really good advice in it for people just beginning to become interested in investing in the real estate market or for anyone who just wants to know what the best options are for making money in the market. The best advice is probably the advice on how to make sure that your personal finances are secure and what needs to be in place before you attempt such a large investment. You will not make money by consulting on reviews of good $500 treadmills. Big money come with big sales. It is a very good point and something that a lot of people overlook in their haste to jump right in to the real estate market, believing that they will make the maximum amount of money with minimal investment.
The main problem with this course is that it is nothing more than an intro to the real estate market course. In order to implement the course’s tools as instructed, it requires you to purchase many more courses which will cause you to spend a tremendous amount of money in order to get started with your real estate investment. The introductory course has some good, sound advice that anyone who is unfamiliar with the real estate market may find to be extremely helpful. However, this course is not for anyone with some experience in the real estate market or who is looking for something more directed.
If you are looking for more of a how-to guide for one specific area of the real estate market, you will probably be better off skipping over the intro and going right for the specific course (something like Freedom For Investors).
The specific course may cost a little more, but it keeps you from spending the initial $99 investment and then any other money that you might spend working your way through the courses until you get to the one that you want.