Inside a leading real estate mentorship program

by Joe Rosengarten on 09 Nov 2018

Nam Ratna and his fellow co-founders launched Go Get It Real Estate to help empower real estate investors with the knowledge needed to grow a successful property portfolio. The company offers mentorship and training programs that guide investors through every step of the process, from marketing and deal analysis to property management and raising capital.

The Go Get It team has seen many of the people pass through their program become successful real estate investors in their own right. Investors like Prince Soriano, who has acquired three properties since entering the program.

“We signed up with Go Get it in January 2018,” Soriano says. “Since then we were able to acquire a Triplex and a duplex (renovation in progress). GGI gave us access to their business systems and their network of valuable professionals such as lawyers, accountant, GCs, tradesman, etc. Our mentorship with GGI gave us confidence and motivation in taking action; especially in starting our real estate business. We are looking forward for more business opportunities with them through wholesaling and help us grow our business together.”

Theo Patrick Brown met Ratna at one of Go Get It’s seminars, where he learned a step by step strategy to flip properties and buy rentals with zero money down. “I was blown away by the value that as given in just two short months after joining the mentorship programs,” Brown says. “I was able to wholesale a triplex for $10,000, all with zero of my capital.”

Brian Jarimilla became a Go Get It student in the winter of 2017. He was prepared for real estate to be a “scary ride” but the knowledge he gained made the process much more manageable than he expected. “Their knowledge, tools and systems are very valuable,” he says. “They are very hands on and I love that they are in the local market. I would definitely recommend working with Go Get It Real Estate.”

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