Tarek and Christina were successful California real estate agents, until the stock market crashed in 2008, leaving them with barely enough money to make ends meet.
With nowhere left to turn, they traded in their Mercedes for a Honda, and downsized from a $6,000 mortgage to a shared $700 a month rental apartment, in order to get enough capital to flip their first home.
It was a shot in the dark, but it was a decision that has paid them back in dividends. Today, although divorced, Tarek El Moussa and Christina Anstead continue to be successful real estate entrepreneurs, as well as popular television show personalities, with their HGTV show Flip or Flop having just been renewed for its eighth season. In addition to their conjoined show, Christina has debuted a new series called Christina on the Coast, featuring her design work, and HGTV announced a new solo pilot for Tarek, expected to premiere in 2019.
So you’re probably asking, how did they do it?
If you ask Christina and Tarek they will say a lot of it comes down to knowledge. Having made nearly every mistake in the book, they created Real Estate Elevated in order to arm those passionate about house flipping, with the information they need to get the most out of their investment.
Real Estate Elevated now hosts events all across the United States. To date it has taught well over 100,000 people and is considered to be one of the highest quality real estate training programs on the market.
You’re going to learn:
- How to find properties-Find the best deals with non-traditional techniques to locate prime real estate
- Getting financing-Learn how to invest using little or any of your own money
- Creating cash flow-How to make a profit and become financially independent
- Wholesale deals- What they are an how to use them to increase your profit
BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE!
All attendees will receive:
- Comprehensive Real Estate Elevated eBooks
- A Bluetooth Speaker
- And the chance to win an iPad!
ARE YOU READY TO TAKE HOLD OF YOUR TIME AND INCOME? Don’t miss out! Register now!