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Real---Congrats on your masters degree.. I would strongly suggest going to work for a real estate company or broker rather than spend $25 k for the Trump University. Laws vary from state to state with property and 25k is a down payment on your first investment property. Hands on experience with brokers and agents ---priceless....
March to the Beat of a Master, Welcome I agree with "mademan".
*I will also check *out *"mentorship for Real Estate investment with "Trumph University."*<br /<br />Finish your education, Get a job, Keep out of debt, and keep the idea of mentorship for
Real Estate investment on the back burner.
Good luck, LUCKIEST
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I am 22 , live in Maryland, getting a masters degree in education, masters electricians license in a couple of months. I am interested in figuring out how to get some capital together to but a mentorship for Real Estate investment with "Trumph University." The mentorship costs 25,000, which seems like a lot of money for a mentorship, but it is unlimited access to the best adice in the world. I am willing to go all out and borrow money to get this going does anyone have any ideas or suggestions?