Check out the Terry Ryder report posted on the Neil Jenman website.
Terry is a well respected property lawyer, investor and commentator.
here's the link:
"we get sent lemons; it's up to us to make lemonade"
"we get sent lemons; it's up to us to make lemonade"kellylockMember@kellylockJoin Date: 2007Post Count: 60
Do you have to be a subscriber to the site?propertypowerMember@propertypowerJoin Date: 2006Post Count: 312
You need to be a subscriber but this site seems to have some interesting reports.
Thanks MarcAstrawanParticipant@astrawanJoin Date: 2007Post Count: 27
Entered my email addy to subscribe but still no joy – waited for the last half hour for the confirmation email to arrive and still 'nope'.. is there a bar or hold on the site at the moment?
I forgot about being a subscriber.
No big deal; send an email and the entry code will be your email address, or try my email address and see if it works; I don't mind – just send me $10 each.
I would have copied and pasted it here, but it is a very long report.
Incidentally; has anyone read any of Terry Ryder's books?PursefattenerMember@pursefattenerJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 217
Hi again Marc
Yep I have read some of his books .
Love the way he names names with out hesitating ….no fear…. Just gives it to you like it is .
I don't much like Jenman though . I reckon he has his hands on it !
I don't think Neil has his hand on it; you might say he is unusual; and that goes hand in hand with the fact that he is the only real estate agent out there trying to warn the public about the shonky agents' practices – which other agent would do that?
I follow Neil's website regularly. I am a fan, but of course; like everyone; he has his agenda too – he wants to get known and make some money along the way.
But his desire to get known is greater than his desire to make money – he has plenty of dough; he want's to get known so that he can reach more victims before they happen, and put the "spruikers" and two-tier marketers and the dodgy agents out of business.
When someone tries to sue him for his remarks; he puts the solicitor's letters on the site. He dares them to take him to court, and he goes into bat for many victims who have been scammed. Who else does that?
At least with Neil he is totally up front and honest about his intentions and tries to help people.
Good luck to him if he upsets those who are dodgy, and good luck to him if he gets very rich along the way.