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Jesse Poll Verified

Residential Real Estate Agent from St George, Utah

Feb 08 '12, 06:27 AM


Has anyone heard of, or dealt with Marc Imhof. He advertises a Wholesaling coaching service on BP. I am just wondering if anyone has had any dealings with him. I have been looking for a Mentor but I am skeptical.



Kevin M.

Real Estate Investor from San Marcos, California

Feb 27 '12, 11:04 AM


From the REIWeb Tools post (REIWeb Tools is synonymous with Marc Imhof):

#1 Marc Imhof is VERY accessible.
#2 Marc Imhof is VERY honest. He took over a half hour out of his day to talk with a guy (me) who had nothing but questions, doubts, etc...
#3 Marc Imhof is NOT pushy. He never even tried to get me to sign up for his program (I had already bought his 'Wholesaling for Cash" program). But he has several different hands on programs as well.

So, if you were thinking about his program and were hesitant because you weren't sure you could trust him, I can say with all sincerity, he is everything I said above and he truly cares about people. In fact he cares about people so much, he wants to make sure you really know what you're getting into BEFORE you spend any money. You can't go wrong with Marc Imhof.

Kev



Jesse Poll Verified

Residential Real Estate Agent from St George, Utah

Feb 27 '12, 12:19 PM


Kevin;
Thanks for the reply. I actually have spoken to him as well since this post. I was very impressed with him. I have not signed up for his course but he spent an hour talking to me and answering questions. In the end he helped me decide actually not to sign up for his course until I actually had the time to invest. Again thank you for your response and let me know how his training helps you. I would be interested in that.

Jesse



Darryl Brown

from Houston, Texas

Mar 06 '12, 04:42 PM


I have not spoke with Marc personally, I work on a team of one of the people that subscribe to REI Webtools and am impressed with the wealth of information that they provide. His information is useful and good and have generated some pretty good leads and strategies that I have employed and it seems to be working. I like his videos and from what I've see so far, I am impressed and will continue to use his system as well as other services.



David Wedemire

Real Estate Investor from Bellingham, Washington

Mar 06 '12, 06:42 PM


Has he gone national



Jesse Poll Verified

Residential Real Estate Agent from St George, Utah

Mar 07 '12, 05:28 AM


@David Not sure but he did seem to know a lot about Vegas.



Julie Davis

from Columbia, South Carolina

Mar 30 '12, 07:29 PM


Has anyone actually bought his wholesaling course? I spoke with someone from his team a few months ago, and he only spoke about getting other people on my team, making money from coaching them, and some expensive price tag for this program. I was just interested in the course. Not sure if one goes hand in hand with the other. I called his number a couple of days ago, and left a message. No response yet. Any clarification would be greatly appreciated.



Jesse Poll Verified

Residential Real Estate Agent from St George, Utah

Mar 31 '12, 07:23 AM


@Julie; I no not know anyone that has bought.



David Doyle

General Contractor from Monrovia, California

Jun 26 '12, 07:28 AM
1 vote


Marcs program is one of the best Ive ever seen

The guy is solid ,,high integrity,,,

But if you get involved ,be ready to commit to time and task

Be ready to work,,,,DD



Bill G.

Real Estate Investor from Springfield, Missouri

Jun 26 '12, 07:48 AM


Name rings a bell, I have not read his stuff.

But I have a question, why would you consider paying big bucks that you can get for nothing or very little with a little effort?

Do you think there is some secret? Need motivation? Why?



Michael Quarles Video Donor

Real Estate Investor from Bakersfield, California

Jun 26 '12, 09:12 AM
1 vote


Bill I'm a guy who would much rather get n a boxing or MMA ring and fight then climb on a roller coaster however I vividly remember being with my two sons at a theme park and my youngest son urging me to take him on a ride. It was impossible to say no where had I been alone I would have never had the experience.

I think a fair portion of a coaches job and why people need them is the push which comes with them.



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Bill G.

Real Estate Investor from Springfield, Missouri

Jun 26 '12, 09:25 AM


Which is part of my point, getting a local mentor/coach that you can actually be with, get in the car, preview properties, sit down and write offers and contracts and attend closings. I would never be convinced that someone three states away are as effective as a good, successful, local arrangement.



Michael Quarles Video Donor

Real Estate Investor from Bakersfield, California

Jun 26 '12, 09:36 AM
2 votes


To disagree a tad. I get a ton of wisdom from you and we are a few feet a part from one another. However there is a lot of value in the ability to thump someone's chest over a telephone call.



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Bill G.

Real Estate Investor from Springfield, Missouri

Jun 26 '12, 09:44 AM
1 vote


Easier to show than to talk, that,s all. personal attention....

The above done on a IPad...I'm getting with it, LOL

It's hard to put up boot up someone messing up on the phone, I have done both, but for big bucks, shae a few deals, hands on doing and probably costs less....



DARMI PARIKH

Virtual Assistant from Willowbrook, Illinois

Aug 09 '14, 09:04 AM


Hello everyone:

Who ever respond to Marc Inhof  wholesaling program. I had conversation with his associate and he explain to me two program they offer.

1) sit home use their software and work with two buyer and seller side person they do all the foot work you get check after closing and 50% of the check you give to to two individual who work with you and at the end you give them 1099 for tax.

2) work with Marc and him pay $997.00 for Marc's software and monthly $97.00. They will couch you M-F and from your first deal they take 50%profit. Then every deal I keep.

My questions to all investor who bought the program is this the truth about what I am hearing from Marc's associate? Does their coaching program benefit to any one and generate any business as they described.

Please respond to me, I am lot in the woods and need help to start ASAP.

Thank you i advance for you help

D



Jay Thackerson

Real Estate Investor from Roseville, California

Aug 09 '14, 12:56 PM
1 vote


Hi,

I did buy his course and while I did like his program it was really only very good

at bringing in buyers and really lacked for getting sellers. Marc is a great guy and

his systems are very good but you still need to go after the sellers on your own.

Jay



J Scott Verified Moderator Donor

Real Estate Investor from Ellicott City, Maryland

Aug 09 '14, 01:16 PM
3 votes


Originally posted by @Jay Thackerson:

I did buy his course and while I did like his program it was really only very good

at bringing in buyers and really lacked for getting sellers. Marc is a great guy and

his systems are very good but you still need to go after the sellers on your own.

 A wholesaling system that only teaches you how to find buyers?  Not sure that's worth paying for.  I don't think I've ever met a wholesaler with a great deal who's had trouble finding buyers.



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Steve B.

Real Estate Investor from Portland, Oregon

Aug 09 '14, 01:55 PM


Originally posted by @Russell Ponce:

@J Scott is right, buyers are growing on trees right now.

Russell is right, in my market there are a ton of rubes like me trying to throw money at any wholesaler, flipper, Hard money borrower, or JV with decent numbers:  the complete opposite of 2009-2012 when everyone had a deal and no one had a buyer. I assume this is the same in Dallas and SF.  Needless to say I think the market is overheated but who knows how long it can last.  



Hattie Dizmond Verified

Real Estate Investor from Grapevine, Texas

Aug 09 '14, 03:11 PM
1 vote


@Steve B. I can speak for Dallas...Buyers or "RUBES" as you called yourself come crawling out from under every rock, around every corner and in ever 2nd email message, if they even sniff the fact you might have a deal!!!

Sellers?  Now that's a different story.  They are like the myth of the chupacabra right now.  (Google that if you've never heard of it.



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