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The Guru Trap – How It Works & 4 Ways to Avoid It

by Andrew C. MacDonald on April 4, 2011

muizenvalAs I attended a real estate investment event a couple weeks back, I couldn’t help but take interest in each of the speakers and seeing what they were all about. Some speakers seemed to have a genuine interest in creating value for their audience and deliving valuable content, while others seemed most interested in lining their own pockets. For me, this is nothing new, since the first real estate “event” I ever went to was nothing more than a sales pitch for expensive tape sets, seminars and additional coaching.

Continue readingThe Guru Trap – How It Works & 4 Ways to Avoid It” on my blog at BiggerPockets to get a breakdown of some typical real estate guru sales tactics, and 4 tips to avoid falling prey to the next smooth talking guru who rolls through your town.

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property guru October 12, 2011 at 6:17 am

with the help of this tips good property agent, a smart investor cannot rely solely on what an agent says as he has an inherent conflict of interest.

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