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How to Be a Quick Turn Real Estate Millionaire: Make Fast Cash with No Money, Credit, or Previous Experience Paperback – Bargain Price, July 1, 2004

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"On my scale of one to 10, this superb book, which cannot be recommended too highly, rates an off-the-chart 12". -- Bob Bruss, Nationally Syndicated Columnist

About the Author

Robert G. Allen is one of America's most famous and most influential financial advisers of all time. After graduating with an MBA from Brigham Young University in 1974, Allen began making small real-estate investments, transforming his tiny nest egg into a large, multimillion-dollar net worth in a few short years. He shared his powerful system with the public in the #1 national bestseller Nothing Down, with forty-six weeks on the New York Times national bestseller list. He followed that success with Creating Wealth, with well over three quarters of a million copies in print. His other major bestsellers include Multiple Streams of Income and The One-Minute Millionaire. For over twenty years, Robert Allen has been successfully sharing his wealth-building techniques in popular seminars throughout the fifty states and Canada. A popular television and radio guest, he has appeared on hundreds of programs, including Good Morning America and Larry King Live. He has also been featured in such national publications as The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Barron's, Money magazine, and Reader's Digest.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Kaplan Publishing (July 1, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0793188865
  • ASIN: B005ZOBAS2
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 0.5 x 7.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,231,267 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ron LeGrand is a nationally recognized real estate expert and trainer, with 27 years experience in both residential and commercial properties and a 20 year history of hard money lending and brokering.

His experiences include personally buying and selling over 2,000 houses and millions in Commercial Property deals.

Mr. LeGrand is a highly sought after platform speaker, who has addressed audiences as large as 20,000 and as small as 100 in hotels and convention centers across North America, sharing the stage with leaders such as Donald Trump, Robert Kiyosaki, Rudy Giuliani, Tony Robbins, Larry King, Dr. Phil, Suzie Orman, and many others. For the last 20 years, he's been helping thousands of ordinary people take their lives back and create financial freedom by implementing his systems for success as real estate investors. Today, he's considered the country's leading expert and is referred to by many as the "millionaire maker."

His book is in stores and online, and over the years he's created dozens of home study products and live training events on various real estate related subjects. He spends much of his time passing on his experience at those live training events, held in various parts of the country, while simultaneously running over ten different businesses he owns and controls.

His 43 year marriage to his wife Beverly has produced four children, nine grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.

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155 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Burned in Nevada on November 24, 2004
Format: Paperback
Don't buy this book!

I was really excited when I bought this book: "Make Fast Cash with No Money, Credit or Previous Experience". It looked like it could deliver what it promised, and a quick scan of the chapters convinced me that this was the real deal.

When I sat down to read the first chapter or two, I thought the material was good, but thin. In the first 60 pages, 20 are either blank or full-page testimonials of LeGrand's training courses (not testimonials of this book, but of his other courses - which should have tipped me off). There were also several statements like, "Well, I could write a whole book on this topic, but since I can't include it all here, this (short explanation) will have to do". It was a little frustrating, getting excited about a subject and then getting cut off that way with only a little bit of information.

When I hit page 62, I knew I'd been had. I read, ""Yes, I

know that was a shameless commercial..." "I'd prefer

you don't take the information in this book and

implement it with no further training." "

yourself a favor and don't expect miracles from a


What ever happened to "Make Fast Cash with No Money, Credit or Previous Experience"? "Don't expect miracles from a book" certainly wasn't pasted all over the cover in big letters! Then, on the same page, were advertisements for his $3000 real estate courses.

I had paid $21.95 for Ron LeGrand to advertise to me! What he did has been done many times before (read any of Wade Cook's books): put out "teasers" in a book, say how much someone can make from all of these ideas, then don't give them enough information to implement them without paying thousands for additional training.
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Mom on August 1, 2005
Format: Paperback
It's interesting that reviewers mostly either rated this book one star or five, and almost nothing in between. Seems like evidence that the book actually merits one star, and the five star reviews may have been written by those with added incentive. Even the language of the five-star reviews mimics the language of the book exactly, as though the book's author or someone from the organization wrote them.

I actually borrowed the book from the library before deciding whether to buy it, to see if the material was worth keeping around for future reference. Without even having spent anything on it, I still felt used, like I was suckered, because I invested my time in it. It's even structured in the same way as an infomercial, with a page of enticement alternating with a page of personal testimonials from seminar attendees. (And by the way, the MIS seminar frequently mentioned in these testimonials costs $7,000! I looked it up on Ron LeGrand's website, mentioned once every few pages in the book.)

To be fair, there is some actual information in the book, albeit prefaced by constant disclaimers that further investment in training is necessary to be able to apply these principles. But something in one of the testimonials led me to believe that there's probably not much to his exorbitant seminars either. Here is an actual quote from p. 54: "The prior residents were supposed to buy it for $152,000 - we figured we would increase the price to $159,900 - but on your CD (the timing of when we listened to that particular one couldn't have been better!) you said to make sure we "research" market values BEFORE we put a price on a home...we ended up asking $168,999..." Now, that is a no-brainer (duh!). If that's the kind of additional training we get from paying thousands for CDs and seminars, I'll stick with a book borrowed from the library, or maybe just my common sense...
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67 of 74 people found the following review helpful By R. kim on January 22, 2005
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I seriously suspect that people who gave 5 star reviews for this book work for the author or publisher. This book is nothing but a plug for his real estate courses. Believe me, buying this book will make the author, LeGrand, millionare not you.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John Choy on April 29, 2006
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When I first read the title of the book, I thought it'll give you everything you need to get real estate, boy was I contains fluff about motivation, positive thinking (which I could read from other experts like Norman Vincent Peale, or Dale Carnegie), and pages of testimonials from his students. I'd say only 60% of the book is about real estate and even those parts are in broad strokes giving you concepts. Legrand even admits that its foolhardy to jump into real estate armed with the knowledge from only that book on pages 61-62.....the only things he'll go into detail is finding sellers, screening prospects, and how to sell your house effectively.

If you want to spend your money efficiently and getting the most information for your hard-earned dollar, don't spend money on this book. But if you are someone who's clueless about real estate and want a general concept of no money down properties, then this book will help you and point you in the right direction, and this direction will point you to his website hawking is seminars and courses.

Here's a tip I learned in reading real estate books: Before you buy a real estate book, go to the author's website and check if his/her products he/she sells are only his/her books....if it is, then the book contains everything he/she knows about that topic (hopefully), but if his/her other products includes high priced seminars, CDs, or DVDs, or Ron Legrand's website, then that book isn't giving you everything you need to know..
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