How do you put a dollar figure on something that has taken decades to learn? What is the culmination of some of the best minds in the industry collaborating to provide participants with a rock-solid framework to succeed in the property investing space.
Of course, if we priced it at it’s real value, we would probably only see the already wealthy attend because it would probably be charged out at thousands of dollars.
On the other hand, we also know that pricing it too low (which we have probably done) can be just as big a problem. We are in danger that some people might erroneously think that price we are charging is reflective of the value of the content. That because we are only charging $97 for the whole day that what we are offering is light weight or of little value?
Or for those that have been around the traps, might misconstrue the $97 price tag as being the type of event where there is a big up sell into another event or course worth thousands of dollars at the end. You know the type where you have to run to the back of the room to sign up TODAY to receive these never to be repeated special offers. OUCH!
Well for anyone, who wants to become a more successful property investor and understands the value of a better education really.
Let’s face it, if making serious money through property investment was easy, everyone would be doing it… and doing it well.
Taxation statistics from 2013-14 (by the way we will explain what data you can trust, what data is relevant, & why most data is simply out of date by the time it is printed at the event) tells us that just over 2M Aussies, or 2,033,973 to be exact, claimed to be property investors. Meanwhile, ABS data tells us that the preliminary estimated resident population (ERP) of Australia at 30 June 2013 was 23,130,900 people. Dividing those 2 numbers we can see therefore that only 8.8%, (or around 1 in 12 Australians), are property investors. And out of those, only a very small number of investors can successfully live off the returns from their property investments.
And no matter what level of results you have achieved to date, if you want better results, that starts by increasing your knowledge base.
One of the most powerful statements that we hold to be true is “you don’t know what you don’t know!”.
Look, I know some of you reading this may have made some money from property in the past, or at least know someone who has. However, if being 100% truthful, more often than not, there was probably a fair bit of luck involved. The research done, if any was done at at all, was probably half-arsed, incomplete, or flawed, and most of the result came from the wave of market movement that really was going to happen anyway. And yes we could argue that simply being in the ocean gives us a better chance of catching a wave, but it also makes it more likely you drown or get eaten by a shark. Of course, there are many investors out there who either missed the wave, buying the wrong property, at the wrong time, or they bought (or were sold to by property “sharks") properties that turned out to be lemons, and simply didn’t have the skill, finances, or time to see those lemons turned into lemonade.
And there is not much that will make our blood boil more than hard working Australians, just trying to get ahead, getting screwed over by rogue operators. Having said that we also find it hard to have too much sympathy for those investors who are simply not willing to put in the time and energy to learn how to do things better for themselves.
And at just $97 there will probably not be too many better opportunities to raise your level of property education, and fast-trach your results, in such an easy to digest one day format!
So make the decision right now to join us, and let us teach you how to read the property tea leaves? Let us show you how to become a property research ninja and graduate with your vey own black-belt in property due-diligence.
And look if you can’t see the value in learning how to safely and profitably move forward in the property market for less than the cost of a decent meal out, then you are probably not ready to absorb the lessons from an event like this just yet.