What Ever Happened to Carlton Sheets?

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Select Professionals

I was kicking back on my yacht today (scratch that - was mowing the lawn) and drinking a (hot bottled water) when the thought struck me: waht ever happened to good old Carlton Sheets and his real estate systems?   I haven't heard of him in a couple of years - the investor types I met early on always brought that system up in conversation - now he's gone from the lingo.  With the resurgence of pre-foreclosures and sheriff sales I'd think he'd have a fertile ground to sell to.  Anyone seen his infomercials recently? 

 

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brian phx

I THINK  CARLTON SHEETS  IS A HONEST GUY    I THINK HE HAS HELP MILLIONS  OF INVESTERS  

August 04, 2008 08:48 AM
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D. Logan

To Doug Tulumaris;

A couple days ago I tried to think of the name of the fellow with the real estate program on tv. Yesterday I asked my brother in law and sure enough it was Carleton Sheets. Well believe it or not, I told him the same thing you said.  I believe his program had something to do with the mortgage crisis.  HOW?  Many of his students purchased more than 4 or 5 houses. They never kept them, they just kept moving them around the market and pocketed the settlements at closing. Someone had to take out a mortgage, and the lender had to get the money from somewhere. Enter Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and family. Blog on that for a moment.

September 22, 2008 04:22 AM
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DEBORAH STONE
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One of my investor clients took his course and read his books and made alot of money from 1999-2005---unfortunately she lost most of it in the "meltdown". Like anything else in life, proceed with caution.

June 10, 2010 07:22 PM
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sam lombardi

sheets was a fraud because he never explained that his course doesn't work in the better areas and suburbs of US.Only works in the boon docks.Look at the facts.How could you rent out and collect a rent on a house that over $400,000,the rent would need at least $4,000 a month to cover that mortgage!! You can't find houses for less then 200,000 in decent areas anymore and no one will pay that big rent anymore so how do you cover your mortgage with a no money down or even a little money down.Answer,You can't unless you but preforclosure homes and kick out the poor prior owners! The business sucks!!

July 03, 2010 07:45 AM
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Raveone Fulton

R E F U N D.......!!!!!! SMH

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