* Advanced Training Customer is defined as an individual who attended a workshop and purchased advanced training services of $3,000 or more. The data
behind the student success audit was collected through various reporting modalities (self-identifiers & survey respondents) – with the overall results
being audited by a third-party law firm. Not every customer achieves similar results. Results are compiled from events worldwide carried out by the
Company or an affiliated partner. Results vary, are not typical, and rely on individual effort, time, and skill, as well as market conditions and other
factors. The Company does not measure earnings or financial performance. Instead, it defines and tracks “success” as completing a real estate transaction
by purchasing a property, trust deed, tax lien, assigning a real estate contract, or locating real estate for an investor or by completing a trade.
Individuals should not, however, equate completed transactions with financially successful transactions. Further, many customers do not continue with
the program, do not apply what they learn, or do attempt to apply what they learn but nonetheless have difficulty in making real estate successful for
them. Individuals should assume that most customers do not make offers and complete transactions. Student success audit results are updated quarterly.
† In years 2015-2016, the Company held various training events wherein private party sellers sold real estate to customers, some of whom ultimately
completed a transaction. Transactions of this type are classified as “self-identified,” and are included in the data as Survey Respondents.
‡ Contact attempts for Q1 2018 included email and SMS messaging, whereas contact attempts in 2015-2017 included attempts made by telephone, email, and SMS messaging.