Nate Armstrong Social Media Marketing for Realestate Investors

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I have not bought his coaching/training course, but when I started with real estate and bought some *************'s material Nate was involved in those education training. That was back in 2012 and I still use a lot of his tips for getting private money lenders and wholesaling techniques. He was very system/process/automation oriented, enthusiastic, and well experienced. Again, I do not know about his social media blueprint course, but from the past pieces of training where he was, I was able to learn a lot and get my money's worth. I am a big believer that in the end, people can provide a template, and is up to us to make it work.

I've also been looking into his Social Media Blueprint system.  He seems like a great, trustworthy guy and I even spoke with one of the people he coaches, Peyman Parsi, who seemed very knowledgeable and legit.  I actually think the system could work but they're asking for a lot of $.  $7800 for a 3 month program.  Peyman just told me that the price is increasing to $11,800 (a 50% increase!) in 3 days on Saturday, August 8th, 2020.  Not sure if he's telling me this as a pressure tactic to get me to sign up this week (which is very not cool) but I feel that $8 or $12K is a huge amount of money up front.  They offered to split the payments so I could pay half now and half in 40 days but still even $4K is a lot for me right now.  So, I'm on the fence.

I would love to hear from someone that has done this program and is thriving.  Someone that is not sent to me from Nate or his team directly (i.e. someone with no agenda).

I signed up in late July and my Facebook ad started running on August 1, 2020. The election has been competing with me as far as putting ads in front of people in the area where I'm focusing (Dayton, OH). So, I cannot say that I've experienced a lot of success at this point, but I think the support provided by the program is incredible. There is a group coaching call 5 days per week (Mon - Fri). I have always been able to ask questions if I had any. You can also post questions in advance of the call. They will attempt to answer them on the call (which is recorded), even if you are not present for the live call. Sometimes, there is not enough information provided by the student to answer the question unless they are on the live call. We also have the option of asking for support via an email. I used this feature recently. One of the fantastic coaches responded within 24 hours by recording a video and sharing the link with me. This coach has done more than 1600 real estate transactions.

The coaches and Nate have a real gift for talking to sellers. Unfortunately, my partners and I don't seem to have the same gift. We're working on it, though, with the help of the training provided by the program.

The coaches are top-notch and never try to make anyone feel dumb for asking any question. They all seem to have a high degree of integrity.

If you're wondering about my level of experience, I used to invest in real estate in NC. The crisis of 2008-2010 took me out of the game. I'm just getting back into it. My partner and I worked with tax lien and tax deed investments for a couple years (2017 - 2019) and will continue to do that on the side.

@Ben Turk I was quoted $8800 for the program. However I hear of people getting quoted $7800 still so I feel like they through out whatever number suites them. Their prices definitely have not jumped up to $11K.And can someone tell me how to tag someone in a post, I don't think I'm doing this correctly.

Originally posted by @Ben Turk:

I've also been looking into his Social Media Blueprint system.  He seems like a great, trustworthy guy and I even spoke with one of the people he coaches, Peyman Parsi, who seemed very knowledgeable and legit.  I actually think the system could work but they're asking for a lot of $.  $7800 for a 3 month program.  Peyman just told me that the price is increasing to $11,800 (a 50% increase!) in 3 days on Saturday, August 8th, 2020.  Not sure if he's telling me this as a pressure tactic to get me to sign up this week (which is very not cool) but I feel that $8 or $12K is a huge amount of money up front.  They offered to split the payments so I could pay half now and half in 40 days but still even $4K is a lot for me right now.  So, I'm on the fence.

I would love to hear from someone that has done this program and is thriving.  Someone that is not sent to me from Nate or his team directly (i.e. someone with no agenda).