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I'm not sure about this course nor any course but what people say they get out of it, I feel that I have got out of reading a few good books and forums.I do feel that the majority of these courses are preying on people who are disheartened with their day job who are lured in with these grand statements and ends with them paying an eye watering amount of money for a few days of inspirational speakers and regurgitated information (from books).Financial freedom, stress free life and becoming a millionaire in a year, I think is quite frankly rubbish.Yes you can technically build up a portfolio with little to no cash but that method is complex, requires significant risk as you are either using expensive lending or other peoples money, a lot of work and to some extent a lot of luck.Even if you have a significant pot of cash (as we do) be under no illusions that you can replace your income quickly or easily. I have no doubt you can get all of these things from property, but it takes time.
I will not comment on anyone's courses including Mr Curry's but I would advise anyone who is just starting out to read books, read forums and do lots of case studies and number crunching on projects that are in line with your plans.Listening to all the speakers and all the books in the world will not arm you with everything you need, eventually you will have to apply your particular circumstances to your particular target area or market and locate deals that work for you and only you can do that.
My starting point was the Property Hub podcast (free) and Rob Dix's book "The Complete Guide to Property Investment" - no sales pitches, no selling a course, just solid information.
I spoke with Property Insight recently (albeit briefly. They require you to pay their sourcing fee (£4,800 per property you're hoping to purchase) before you see their deals and select an investment - isn't that right? I personally believe no fee should be charged until you are actually going ahead on a specific deal. Taking money beforehand seems to me to be a way of subtly encouraging you to buy through them, as you have 'skin in the game'.
I have now two people mentioning bad experiences with Insight Group. Plenty of "customer service and calls" before payment and once payments made, services stops and even with repeated demand for refunds gets ignored.