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  • Profile photo of Coogee126Coogee126
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    hi I come across the webiste http://www.investordeveloper.com.au

    i quite like it and the concept it represent… which is creating and holding new real estate for longer term @ wholesell price…
    but the locations seems bit strange..

    would like to hear from anyone knows about the service or anyone has done a deal with them before?

    thanks a lot

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    I just had a quick look at their website. I’d be wary of any company that charges $10k for their coaching programme on top of doing the developments for you. Seems like they’re primary goal is to line their pockets, and not the clients’. Charge one or the other, but not both.

    cheers
    Pete

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    yes. i agree with you. I come up with this this website, and listen to their videos . I agree with a lot of things they say. but on the other hand, there is no such thing as “let-others-do-the-work, you-sit-back-and-count-the-money”. such things simply does not exist. unless that person is your dad.

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    there is no such thing as “let-others-do-the-work, you-sit-back-and-count-the-money”. such things simply does not exist. unless that person is your dad.

    LOL, but I respectfully disagree.

    I don’t know about these guys but generally speaking, you can totally let others do the work, sit back and count the money. The ‘catch’ is that there will be less money to count as they will take some of the profits. Could be a fair deal if you’re time-poor.

    Hope this makes sense?

    Cheers,
    Ethan

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    there is no such thing as “let-others-do-the-work, you-sit-back-and-count-the-money”. such things simply does not exist. unless that person is your dad.

    LOL, but I respectfully disagree.
    I don’t know about these guys but generally speaking, you can totally let others do the work, sit back and count the money. The ‘catch’ is that there will be less money to count as they will take some of the profits. Could be a fair deal if you’re time-poor.
    Hope this makes sense?
    Cheers,Ethan

    Companies like that do exist but sorting the dirt from the diamonds can be difficult, especially for the inexperienced. I invest with a small developer here in Adelaide for a great rate of return, but the bad apples out there tend to tarnish the name of all development companies from what I’ve seen on here.

    cheers
    Pete

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    Companies like that do exist but sorting the dirt from the diamonds can be difficult, especially for the inexperienced. I invest with a small developer here in Adelaide for a great rate of return, but the bad apples out there tend to tarnish the name of all development companies from what I’ve seen on here.

    Agreed.

    Guess that’s true for many industries/professions, though? Finding the right and good partners is probably the most important part of any process.

    Wishing us all a GREAT weekend! :-)
    Ethan

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