As you all know, I have a previous post on being cautious about doing the current coaching programs as seen by the "gurus," as I saw more sales than value. Today, I am discussing the concept of fully vetting a potential mentor, and what to keep in mind from both your point of view, and the viewpoint of the person who is personally advising you on real estate investing. This will go a little on etiquette, theory, and how we are blessed to be in an age where you can view hours of a potential personal guide for real estate investing before even sending them an email ;-) Enjoy my interview with Joe Fairless!
Learn more about Joe's consulting programs by going to http://joefairless.com/wwj.html.
where I give you the truth and a practical guide to real estate investing at a price you really can afford, with hard work, confidence, and a little peace of mind.
Please remember, if you want to submit a question for you and the audience, please send and email titled "Audience Question" to LisaPhillipsREI@Gmail.com If it doesn't say that in the subject line, its easy for me to overlook it as SPAM and get deleted.
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