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  • Mitch Gunning
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    @mitch-gunning
    Join Date: 2017
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    Good morning everyone,

    My wife and I have just finished participating in the Legacy Rich dad 3-day seminar, we are skeptical but willing to pay the fee if we can benefit from the program.

    In the fee, it includes what they call a “power team” solicitors, accountant, mentor and property sources. We will be out of pocket for flights, meals, and money to do the deals and expenses etc.

    I would like to hear from people that have taken the advance program or people that would recommend alternative courses.

    Thanks for any input received,
    Mitch

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    @wilko1
    Join Date: 2010
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    Hi Mitch, You don’t need to spend the 40K.
    Its not any better in the UK then it is mastering Australian Property
    They use various NLP techniques to persuade you to invest, I hope you did stay away.
    You could of invested that 40k into paying consultants and specialists here in Australia for months and months and learnt off of them.

    Mitch Gunning
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    @mitch-gunning
    Join Date: 2017
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    Thanks Wilko, yes we did stay away because of that cost and it did feel abit foolish to spend that much in a internationally when I haven’t learnt about our own market.

    We are interested in investing in our education tho still not sure on where we go to find someone who’s genuinely willing to teach or mentor ourselves tho.

    I contacted Steve McKnights informational page about his “property apprenticeship” and it seemed that it’s being reconstructed so I will wait 6months and see looks at that time.

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    @benny
    Join Date: 2002
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    Hi Mitch,

    We are interested in investing in our education tho still not sure on where we go to find someone who’s genuinely willing to teach or mentor ourselves tho.

    Smart move! If you want to kick things off, you can learn a heap right here. I think a good place to start is with the various Articles that have been posted by Steve and Jason, with other occasional authors too. You will find them in the Training Centre (follow the link from the Home Page).

    Also, some really good insights can be gleaned by reading good books, and/or by meeting up with others who are already on the path to where you want to go. Look for meetings held all round the place – often every month, depending on where you are. I have seen them advertised in/around Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, etc. and even some smaller centres at times. Watch for new posts, or go to https://www.propertyinvesting.com/forums/community/heads-up/ to check on past meetings, and to maybe make contact with other members who have gone along to them.

    Consider attending Mega Conference too (held in Sydney this year) sometime in September. Catch the “splash” on the Home Page about Steve and his birthday (top left?) as that leads you to Mega Conf sign-up. It is a well-respected event with several quality speakers from all kinds of fields related to property investing. Should be great !! Between now and then, keep on reading and meeting people. ;)

    Benny

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    @investorrr101
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    HOLY CRAP! 40K FOR A Seminar?! You could pretty much get a uni degree for that much. Or save another 30k or so for a house deposit. Just worried you will get scammed alot of people these days offering their services, but only to benefit them, be careful.

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