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    Hi

    I know this is an old post but wasn’t too sure if I should start a new one, so here goes.

    I went to a DG Institute info session Sunday just gone and am seriously considering signing up for the real estate rescue program for $6500 plus my girlfriend for $2000.

    I’ve learned the three day course will have almost 350 students.

    Can anyone offer any feedback of their experience or any other info?

    Would you recommend it?
    Would you take any of their other courses/programs?

    Cheers

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    Thanks for the reply Terry.

    I've called around a bit, haven't been able to find anyone (lawyer or conveyancer) here in Vic that does it in NSW, a few have told me that I wont find one, I'll need to stick to NSW for a NSW property.

    I ended up finding one there, just thought it would be nice to have an office here in Vic to go to. Guess I'm old fashioned.

    Oh well

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    I would love to hear from someone that has actually used this company? Anyone please? Probably doesnt count for much coming from me, but preferably someone with more than 10 or 20 posts.

    For all you saying be weary of the company, doesnt the fact that theyre expanding into China and Mexico and I think a few other places give them points?

    Or that the head honcho guy Lachlan McPherson has been on sky business and the today show give them some credibility.

    I know it sounds as though Im defending them, Im not, Im just repeating what their sales rep guy has been telling me.

    Anyone please?

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    I meant wary, not weary. Idiot

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