Re: Is Carlton Sheets for real? - Posted by Tim Conde
Posted by Tim Conde on June 09, 2000 at 15:34:00:
Yep. He sure is. It has always amazed me how people doubt the concept of buying real estate (or anything else, for that matter) at a discount and then doing something with it to make money. If Carlton Sheets taught you how to buy used cars at a discount and sell them at a profit, no one would say anything, and certainly never ask if it was “legal”, or for real. I can honestly say that Sheets gave me my start in real estate investing. I now own several hundred properties (alone and with partners) and am a real estate broker and general contractor in California, building and selling my own homes. Now, that said, my experience with the course is far from typical. I just fell in love with the field. Most don’t. They buy the course, put it on the shelf, and spend the rest of their lives dusting it. I’m amazed at how many people ask if there is a money back refund for the course. That, to me, is planning for failure. You are planning to have to give it back at some point and want to know if that is a viable option. I never cared about that. Just get the course (or any course), work it, and don’t stop until you are a success. Don’t accept failure. Dig your heels in and don’t accept less that the best.