It’s rather funny to read some of the articles posted by individuals who think they have it all sorted out when it comes to Property investment. They appear to have a delusional belief that they are somehow qualified to comment on a matter they have no knowledge about, let alone demonstrate any track record of success in the topic of discussion.
Let’s look very quickly at some comments made by an individual referring to himself as “Inferior Logic”, when responding to someone seeking feedback on Property Investment experts, and Custodian Wealth Builders organisation.
“Mentors are not needed, they don’t really teach you anything you need to know, just enough to keep you hanging, so you go to another course, that’s how they make there money, not in real estate but in seminars.
If you need help buying a house besides talking to agents, watching the market yourself you can also ask your solicitor and other professionals .
on another note, I read John Fitzs website and well umm he was a real estate salesman who started a magazine, hardly ground breaking or knows the ins and outs of the system.”
Let’s start with the first sentence, “Mentors are not needed, they don’t really teach you anything… etc.” As we review the full sentence, I can’t help but think, isn’t that what all institutions do? Keep you from learning too much in one sitting, allow you to progress to the next level, and so on. How is any University, school, or anything other training facility different from this? Additionally, if this person believes that mentors are not needed, and they don’t really teach anything, I would suggest that he finds new mentors.
The author goes on to suggest that enquiring from a solicitor and ‘other professionals’ is the best way to gain advice about buying a house. Oh, I get it, so when I have a problem with my car, I should consult a doctor, or an engineer, or an architect. Besides, they are all ‘professionals’… I guess I don’t really need to say anything more here as the point has clearly been made.
“On Another Note,” continues the author of these comments, who goes on to state that he is now an expert witness on who exactly Mr John Fitzgerald is, just by visiting a website. Clearly this person has not researched who Mr Fitzgerald is, and clearly given by his conclusions, he has not conducted any real due diligence at all.
Custodian Wealth Builders are part of an organisation created by Mr John Fitzgerald, who not only has a personal fortune to his name, but also a demonstrated track record of success in the area of Property Investment. He has developed 7 basic steps to wealth, that if followed to the letter, will leave a person where they want to be. The choice is theirs to make.
As the author of this blog article, I can tell you that personally I am no expert in Property Investment, and if I had hard earned money to invest, I would want the best advice I can get. I can either listen to the guy next door who seems to know everything about anything and yet have nothing, or I can turn to someone who has a proven track record of success. Furthermore, if I am going to invest some serious amount of money, I am not going to jump in ill-advised, half-hearted and having no idea what I am doing.
Custodian Wealth Builders are considered just one of many experts in the field of property investment. You be the judge! Why not go to Custodian site and actually judge for yourself!