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How to Be a Quick Turn Real Estate Millionaire: Make Fast Cash with No Money, Credit, or Previous Experience
Huge fortunes can be amassed by holding real estate for the long term-up to 20 or 30 or years in some cases. Yet most people don't have the luxury of time and need cash to cover their day-to-day expenses. To that end, nationally renowned real estate expert Ron LeGrand has developed a method of buying real estate to generate cash that he calls "quick turning." Over the past 15 years, he has bought and sold more than a thousand properties for fast-cash profit using the method. In How to Be a Quick Turn Real Estate Millionaire: Make Fast Cash with No Money, Credit, or Previous Experience, LeGrand shares this system for building long-term wealth. With wit and wisdom, he outlines four main categories of "quick-turn" transactions: retailing, wholesaling, assumptions, and lease/options. He helps readers understand which type of transaction is appropriate for their specific cash flow goals, and he reveals how-to secrets that real estate investors, and wannabe investors, can use to:
* Get rich on fixer-uppers without lifting a hammer.
* Find motivated sellers.
* Negotiate win-win deals.
* Sell houses fast.
* Succeed while others fail.
It's all a commercial for his $3000 training packages
By Burned in Nevada
- November 24, 2004
Don't buy this book!
I was really excited when I bought this book: "Make Fast Cash with No Money, Credit or Previous Experience". It looked like it could deliver what it promised, and a quick scan of the chapters convinced me that this was the real deal.
When I sat down to read the first chapter or two, I thought the material was good, but thin. In the first 60 pages, 20 are either blank or full-page testimonials of LeGrand's training courses (not testimonials of this book, but of his other courses - which should have tipped me off). There were also several statements like, "Well, I could write a whole book on this topic, but since I can't include it all here, this (short explanation) will have to do". It was a little frustrating, getting excited about a subject and then getting cut off that way with only a little bit of information.
When I hit page 62, I knew I'd been had. I read, ""Yes, I
know that was a shameless commercial..." "I'd... read more
Love watching infomercials? Now you can own one!
- August 1, 2005
It's interesting that reviewers mostly either rated this book one star or five, and almost nothing in between. Seems like evidence that the book actually merits one star, and the five star reviews may have been written by those with added incentive. Even the language of the five-star reviews mimics the language of the book exactly, as though the book's author or someone from the organization wrote them.
I actually borrowed the book from the library before deciding whether to buy it, to see if the material was worth keeping around for future reference. Without even having spent anything on it, I still felt used, like I was suckered, because I invested my time in it. It's even structured in the same way as an infomercial, with a page of enticement alternating with a page of personal testimonials from seminar attendees. (And by the way, the MIS seminar frequently mentioned in these testimonials costs $7,000! I looked it up on Ron LeGrand's website, mentioned once every few... read more
Don't waste your time with this garbage
By R. kim
- January 22, 2005
I seriously suspect that people who gave 5 star reviews for this book work for the author or publisher. This book is nothing but a plug for his real estate courses. Believe me, buying this book will make the author, LeGrand, millionare not you.
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