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Accurate Review of Nathan "Than" Merrill and Fortune Builders


Than Merrill, one of the newer stars from A&E's hit show "Flip This House" and former football pro is also a reasonably new addition to the growing list of real estate investing gurus with his Fortune Builders course. From flipping footballs to flipping houses - neat!

As of this writing, the only real issue we have with Than Merrill and Fortune Builders is the "medicine show" seminar structure and exhorbitant cost that is so typical of most gurus (the exception being Bill Vaughn). As so aptly stated by FORBES magazine, seminars are for selling, not teaching. Fortune Builders will slap you with $1500 for the "follow up" seminar, and upwards of $35,000 for the full program. No training in real estate investing is worthy of the prices most of these gurus charge - thousands, and tens of thousands of dollars.

A Low Cost, More Effective Choice

If you want to learn all 22 methods of real estate investing, and you think you would like access to a free coach who has at least 20 years field experience in real estate investing, and if you want to save a ton of money, then check out the course that beats them all, combined. With an "A" rating at the Better Business Bureau, and offered by a non-profit to keep it affordable (under $100), "The Simple Man's Guide to Real Estate" by Bill Vaughn is the most comprehensive and effective of all the courses available today. It doesn't cost anything to look...



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