Hi, Has anyone been in the Commercial Property Advisor program?
I called about this platform and went through their "interview process" and their intent is obvious in the first call. They take you through 3 interviews to see if you're "qualified" to give them up to $40,000 to sign on and half of your 'potential profits' for all of the deals you do that they're involved in. Then in the last interview, they pitch this "you've got to make the decision to give us money before we close this call so we know you can make a firm decision!!" LOL - really slick high-pressure sales tactic! Anyone that would do this without doing their diligence or getting references should NOT become an investor! When asking about their "coaching" ...after a lot of deflecting and scrambling for answers, they admitted that they only have 2-coaches other than Peter! Really, how many people can two (I'm sure the coaches are recruited program users) coaches effectively mentor? Lastly, they use/abuse this poor guy Chris as their single source of evidence of success (don't truly successful programs have dozens of successful students to endorse them?) I don't doubt that Peter Harris is skilled and has bought many properties and is successful as a commercial investor, but it is extremely unlikely that he can create successful investors through phone calls and his "E-Deal" platform (which also costs an additional $197 per-month.) Though I didn't actually join, I can speak from experience that you can learn all that you need to learn on this subject on-line and through local mentorships, investment clubs and through networking with commercial brokers, lenders, attorneys and investors....and building these relationships will also verify that you're serious enough about this to move forward before you stroke a check for $40,000!! In terms of the actual deals, you can find far less expensive coaches that can help you - David Tilney - Bill Walston - Grant Cardone (*Who also lets you invest in his $60 to $100M deals with none of the work for a 6% annual return AND a share in 65% of the proceeds at the sale) - and on this website for that matter -- so though I think very few actually join the CPA program anyway, I still don't believe from what I've read and experienced that this is a worthwhile investment as they won't provide data, conversion rates, references or any proof that would substantiate their validity other than one tired video of Chris who fell upon an exceptional deal (and these deals are out there) so this was an immediate warning sign to me.