The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

We go undercover to expose the "real estate investment seminar players"
(so YOU know who to avoid)


Get Rich Overnight Investing in Real Estate?
Who To Trust, and Who To Avoid Like The Plague...


You get a card in the mail. You see an ad on TV or Facebook. Maybe you recognize the person in the ad because they have their own reality TV show flipping houses. "Come attend our free seminar and learn all our secrets..." Are they ALL a hoax? Or is there a
real estate investing company that is actually legit and
CAN train you on how to make a lot of money in real estate?

We are two curious people who go undercover to expose the good, the bad, and the ugly in the real estate investment education industry...

I attended an Armando Montelongo seminar a few years ago. I paid for the full package about $40,000 total. I was guaranteed at least one property. I never did one flip.
— Crystal Kingsland, CA
At each stage, you get nuggets of gold (info, details, how-tos, tips) but you have to sit through a lot of “rah-rah” nonsense. And, of course, you get what you pay for. If you have some money to invest in real estate but do not have a background as a realtor or landlord or builder, you get a great deal of education, inside connections to sources of funding and other connections.
— Melissa P.
I haven’t been to Tarek and Christina’s advanced training YET, but I did pay for it and will be attending in two weeks. I can tell you for sure that the moment I left the introductory 2K weekend, everything changed. First of all, the moment everyone left that didn’t pay for the advanced training, they immediately began giving us STEP by STEP instructions on EXACTLY what to do and how to do it. We were given access to several resources that are mind-blowingly helpful and now, just 4 days after leaving the first course, I know twice as much as I did when I left on Sunday. I’ll keep you posted after the advanced training, but for now I can say that it’s been AWESOME so far.
— J.S Best
Before you commit, do your due diligence and research these organizations. Check the BBB, and the reviews, and other resources, or you’ll be sorry. These people prey on the misinformed and are very misleading.
— James W. Marietta, CA
I am sitting in the Than Merrill 3-day conference totally bored. Colossal waste of my weekend...
— Dale S.
Yes my my wife and I attended the advanced Success Path Training and for the most part, it was worth the money
— Karry M.
First, let me say don’t waste your time and throw your invitation in the garbage. We attended Scott Yancey’s seminar yesterday and have nothing good to say about it from start to finish.
— Cheryl B.