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I never went to his seminars, however i know people that did.. First off, he mentioned in his courses that he bought and sold over 1200 homes, don't forget, a lot of those homes where from his students, second, florida is a whole different market, I hear its difficult to find buyers who qualify for loans and/.or finding buyers in general...... third) ..his courses are not worth the money, a lot of this is common sense, HECK! my uncles never went to real-estate seminars and they all bought many homes and there making money.
i live in the north east and there are plenty and i mean plenty of people looking for homes to buy, but finding the homes at a discounted price is really a challenge.
so the bottom line is this:
1)don't do the lease options, not worth it!
2) way over priced
3) homes that he bought were from other states by going half with his students
4) he made a fortune in his seminars
5) and finally, what he teaches in a way does work and you'll probably make a fair living out of it but thats all!! it will not make you financially free, but ask your self, if he really made lots of money in real-estate, why would he be teaching the subject?
Go back to being a mechanic. You sure don't know how to manage businesses.
This review page is about Ron LeGrand's Real Estate Courses, not about his commercial investments or his restaurant or his resort. Why are all of these people talking about failed businesses of Ron's?
All of these people are mad at Ron for trying and failing at these other businesses. Have they never tried and failed at something? He opened a restaurant in Myrtle Beach, and had to close the doors a year later. He failed. But now he's trying to perfect it, learn from his mistakes, and try again. He now has another restaurant open in Jacksonville. It may succeed, it may fail. Does this make Ron a bad person for trying?
He's failed in Real Estate before as well. Many, many, many times. That's how he's created and perfected his training systems.
I've heard the resort story. He bought an already failing resort and tried to turn it around. Then boom...the recession hit. A lot of businesses failed. The resort and the restaurant included. What do you expect? And why would anyone in their right mind ever take from their personal finances to fund a separate failing business?
The fact is, his real estate training is unsurpassed, and any other student who has been to any of his boot camps will tell you the same. If you've ever been to his office, you will see proof. The walls are literally covered with hundreds, maybe even thousands of framed testimonial letters from students.
I have dealt with leGrand and his publishing company directly. I did the one thing they despise, I asked questions.
I am an educated business man. I have college degrees in Business Administration from UF and UNF. The business that Ron LeGrand runs is a scam.
He is selling "hopes and dreams" , which are not realistic, to desperate people who are down on their luck, or are not educated enough to know better.
Here is some realistic advice. Anything worth having in life requires hard work. Overnight success stories are never overnight successes. They are just portrayed that way for marketing purposes.
Do not give Ron LeGrand your money. If you do you will never see a return. I know first hand that the "success stories" and personal testimonies in his seminars are scripted and just plain lies.
I also spoke with the manager, Jennifer Shedlin, who tried to convince me otherwise when the sales reps couldn't answer my basic questions about their business plan. Let's just say operations are in trouble. Basic math and business principles are beyond the scope of her overconfident and insecure facade.
I am predicting the FBI will be ceasing this company's assets and files in the near future. You have been thoroughly warned. The 5 star reviews on this site are obviously planted by their organization.
I just looked up Ron Legrand in the Duval County Clerk of the court database. In the past year, he has 5 judgements against him totaling over 16 million, and that's just one county in one year.
Also, his granddaughter (who works for Global Publishing) was just arrested in Duval county for petit theft.
I'm not sure if all of his employees know of his scum lord ways, but I'm sure the COO, CFO and CEO know what's going on, yet continue to work for him.