AURORA, Colo., January 17, 2018 (Newswire.com) - As the real estate market has made a comeback, the "free" real estate seminars at hotel conference rooms are being promoted again every week at a city near you. Many of these seminars are often a come-on for the sale of high-priced coaching and mentoring programs. Trump University allegedly sold coaching programs for as much as $35,000 per student, based on the promise of being trained by those personally trained by the "guru" himself.
So, which of these real estate gurus are legit and which are a scam? Attorney & Best-Selling Author William Bronchick has spoken at many seminars and conventions at which these real estate gurus sold their coaching and mentoring programs and he shares his thoughts in a provocative, but informative article on his blog.
Many of these seminars are often a come-on for the sale of high-priced coaching and mentoring programs. Trump University allegedly sold coaching programs for up to $35,000 per student, based on the promise of being trained by those personally trained by the 'guru' himself.
William Bronchick, CEO
“I am trying my best to raise awareness and knowledge regarding several important issues faced by the aspiring real estate investors through my blog and I am very thankful for the response that I am getting,” said William Bronchick, while talking about his blog at http://bronchick.wordpress.com.
Rather than name names, Mr. Bronchick offers a 16-point checklist for evaluating whether a particular real estate guru is worth investing with.
This checklist can be found in his latest post on his blog:
Author's website: http://www.bronchick.com
Source: Bronchick Consulting Group, LLC