Beware of the upsell!

Hope your having a great week.

I just wanted to give you a heads up on something that I think is very important.

We always say that whether it be with us or another training group, make sure you go out and take advantage of the opportunities that exist today in the American real estate market. We are witnessing one of the greatest wealth transfers of the last 100 years. American real estate is on sale right now and great cashflowing deals can be had at remarkable discounts. These deals are not going to be around forever.

That being said, we want to give you a heads up about the “upsell”. There are groups out there that will try and get you interested in their services or products by charging you a low initial fee and then once they get you excited they will try and “upsell” you on a $15,000, $30,000 even $50,000 training package. This is a practice that we are completley against on so many levels. Education and training can be very valuable and often times worth a considerable investment ( I know I have spent thousands on my own education and continue to do so) but realize that for $15,000 you can buy a house (we’ve done it!).

Now I dont know about you but I would rather pay $15,000 for a cash flowing asset then a real estate course. But to each his/her own.

Just a simple heads up is all.

Best of luck,

The Tax Lien Training Team

PS: We are fully booked for our April Tax Deed Tour. If you want to join us in June you can reserve your spot here: http://www.taxlientraining.com/tours

PPS: I dont know how many more tours we will be conducting this summer. I’m taking a prolonged vacation to Brazil to explore some property development opportunities and also will be touring through Texas in an attempt to buy an apprtment building as well as to create a guide for our current students on some of the other Tax Deed opportunities that exist outside of Houston (there are 254 Counties in Texas, all with their own auctions) so if you have made a decision to join us July may be the last date for a while.