If you’ve been looking into real estate lately, odds are you came across this guy named Chris Jefferson.
With endorsements from guys like Ryan Pineda and Steven Trang, his stuff might just be worth considering.
So what is Charged Up University? Can you make money? And how much does it cost?
Scroll down for my full Charged Up University review.
Charged Up University is a program that teaches the real estate wholesale business model.
This is basically where you go in, buy a house quickly for “cash” at a discounted rate because of someones situation (divorce, death, need to move fast) and turn around and quickly resale for full market value.
This will typically net you 5-6% profit margin.
That doesn’t sound like a lot does it?
Now the numbers will sound nice when they tell you that you could do 5-6 deals per month and net 15-20k…
But as a beginner that’s highly unlikely.
Just being honest here.
Wholesaling is now even tougher because most people can’t buy homes anyway.
But anyways, let’s talk about Chris a little.
He seems like a really trustworthy guy. Started his way from the bottom by working for his teammates dads fix and flip business back in 2006.
Then in 2008 he started his own business while working for a T-Mobile warehouse making $15 an hour.
It took him a while to land his first deal, but by 2012 he became a millionaire.
After having a proven career himself, he’s moved into becoming a guru to further diversify his skill set.
So what do you get inside Charged Up University?
- step by step training on starting, managing, and scaling your wholesaling business
- behind the scenes look at how Chris runs his business
- live coaching calls
- private Facebook group
- live cold call training
- cash buyers list for your market
- scripts, tools, and other things you might need for success at this biz
All this costs $97 per month.
Honestly, that’s not so bad.
But I think it’s important to mention that you will get offers for a bunch of their upsells which one might find annoying.
One of the upsells for example is one on one coaching.
Given how this space works I can only imagine that something like that is going to cost at least $5,000 and won’t be as “one on one” as you’d think.
From my experience “one on one” these days means a smaller group of people like you and 1-2 additional group calls with the guru each week.
Not saying that’s the case here, but it’s a possibility.
Personally, the wholesaling business model is just too volatile for me.
Some months you could make a killing, other months could be drier than death valley.
That’s why I prefer digital leasing instead. It’s just so much more consistent month over month and I never have to worry about missing a paycheck.
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