You can be a real estate investor.

Whether that's flipping houses, or holding rental properties, you can start investing in real estate and create income and long term wealth.

You've just never had someone show you how.

Maybe you've seen house flipping shows on television that seem a bit too good to be true, like you weren't getting the full picture of what's involved.

But you thought, "I could do that."

Good news: You can.

Right Path's course is designed to show you how real estate investing is really done. We've flipped hundreds of houses, renovated hundreds more, and helped thousands of investors get started, grow, and scale their real estate portfolios.

We can help you, too.

We've all heard the horror stories.

Sometimes people fail. And sometimes those people act like an authority on why you should never try, either.

The truth of the matter was they didn't follow a proven method or a tested way. You can't succeed because they didn't. Misery loves company.

That isn't the life you want.

This course will show you how we approach flipping houses in our own business. We'll take you through the 3 major phases of flipping the way we do it ourselves.

  • Finding
    In this section, we discuss how you market for houses, generate leads, talk with sellers, determine market values, estimate repairs, understand your costs, and get the house under contract and purchased so you can start the next phase.

  • Renovating
    In this second section, we'll show you how to manage a renovation using the same process we use on our flips. We'll share with you best practices that we've picked up from doing hundreds of these projects.

  • Selling
    In the third section, we'll walk you through how to sell the house, from marketing it, to working with real estate agents, to negotiating with buyers, and working with title companies to ensure a smooth transaction.

You're going to learn to run your real estate portfolio like a profitable business, and understand the numbers and logistics of how the process works.

You just need a tested plan that works. 

We're here to put you on the Right Path.


  • 2


    • 01 Finding: Defining the Target Market

    • 02 Finding: Defining the Target Market - 1: Understanding Our Value Proposition

    • 03 Finding: Defining the Target Market - 2: MLS Data

    • 04 Finding: Defining the Target Market - 3: Proximity - Where are you flipping?

    • 05 Finding: Defining the Target Market - 4: Neighborhood Equity

    • 06 Finding: Defining the Target Market - 5: What's NOT Important?

    • QUIZ: Defining the Target Market

    • 07 Finding: Marketing & Generating Leads: Branding vs. Credibility

    • 08 Finding: Marketing & Generating Leads: Credibility

    • 09 Finding: Marketing & Generating Leads: Billboards - Proof of the Fallacy of Branding

    • 10 Finding: Marketing & Generating Leads: Market Size and Establishing a Budget

    • 11 Finding: Marketing & Generating Leads: Paid vs. Unpaid Leads

    • 12 Finding: Marketing & Generating Leads: Key Performance Indicators

    • 13 Finding: Qualifying Leads: A Simulated Call with a Seller

    • 14 Finding: Qualifying Leads - Phone Call Analysis, Part 1

    • 15 Finding: Qualifying Leads - Phone Call Analysis, Part 2

    • 16 Finding: Sales Appointment Scheduled: Elements of Pre-Appointment

    • 17 Finding: Determining Value

    • 18 Finding: Determining Value: After Repaired Value (ARV)

    • 19 Finding: Determining Value: Predicted Future Value (PFV)

    • 20 Finding: How to Estimate a Renovation

    • 21 Finding: How to Estimate a Renovation: Estimating Made Easy

    • 22 Finding: Selling Costs: Title Insurance

    • 23 Finding: Selling Costs: HUDs (pt. 1)

    • 24 Finding: Selling Costs: HUDs (pt. 2)

    • 25 Finding: Selling Costs: Agent Costs

    • 26 Finding: Selling Costs: Negotiation After the Sale

    • 27 Finding: Selling Costs: Money & Funding/Financing

    • 28 Finding: Selling Costs: Insurance & Entities

    • 29 Finding: Selling Costs: Profit as an Expense

    • 30 Finding: Holding Costs: Introduction to Holding Costs

    • 31 Finding: Holding Costs: Cost of Money

    • 32 Finding: Holding Costs: Taxes

    • 33 Finding: Holding Costs: Insurance Cost

    • 34 Finding: Holding Costs: HOA

    • 35 Finding: Holding Costs: Utilities

    • 36 Finding: Holding Costs: Maintenance

    • 37 Finding: Sales: Connecting with Sellers

    • 38 Finding: Sales: Make Offer / Numbers Close

    • 39 Finding: Contracts

    • 40 Finding: Coordination / Title: Memorandum of Contract

    • 41 Finding: Coordination / Title: Getting Title Back

    • 42 Finding: Closing

  • 3


    • 43 Renovating: Managing a Renovation

    • 44 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Surveillance

    • 45 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: General Contractors vs. Specialists vs. Individuals

    • 46 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Walking Through the Spreadsheet

    • 47 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: The 50 Step Program

    • 48 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Stage 1: Preconstruction

    • 49 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Stage 2: Rough Structure

    • 50 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Stage 3: Major Systems

    • 51 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Stage 4: Unfinished Surfaces

    • 52 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Stage 5: Finished Surfaces

    • 53 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Stage 6: Final Details

    • 54 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: To Permit or Not To Permit

    • 55 Renovating: Managing a Renovation: Why We Don't Prelist

  • 4


    • 56 Selling: Introduction

    • 57 Selling: Marketing the Property

    • 58 Selling: When Offers Start Coming In

    • 59 Selling: When Offers Start Coming In: Role of an Inspector

    • 60 Selling: When Offers Start Coming In: Pre-negotiate as Part of the Option Period

    • 61 Selling: Accepting an Offer

    • 62 Selling: Accepting an Offer: Options

    • 63 Selling: Accepting an Offer: HUDS, Appraisals and 2nd Appraisals

    • 64 Selling: Accepting an Offer: Earnest Money

    • 65 Selling: Accepting an Offer: Coordination / Title

    • 66 Selling: Accepting an Offer: Closing Costs

    • 67 Selling: Accepting an Offer: Closing

  • 5


    • 68 Conclusion: Course Wrap Up

Student Testimonies

What are people saying about Right Path training?

Marc Mendez

“I’ve been involved in over 100 real estate purchases and real estate investment transactions, and I wish I’d learned this information right from the beginning.”

Christopher Vo

“This weekend. Wow! It’s been a great weekend, I learned a lot. I wish I had learned this years ago. The information they provided was very detailed, very focused, and very accurate also.”

Mikeal Stamper

Houston, TX

“I was kind of at a stopping point, but coming here I realized that I’ve got a point to go forward from here. I’ve heard some things here that I haven’t heard in other places, not just about the business but the mechanics of it.”

Bill Oyler

“What I found in the seminar was that I ended up learning an enormous amount more than I expected. I learned a lot about processes, I learned a lot about how to build an actual business.”

Christian Williams

"They really got to the guts of the industry, and what matters. I really enjoyed that.”

Jeff Tomlinson

“It filled in a number of gaps that I’ve had, even from other investment training programs that I’ve attended.”

Brett Cooke

“There were significant gaps at the other training programs I attended that this... really filled, and I found that to be invaluable... I sort of expected a lot of the same, and that’s not at all what I got. I got a much, much more in-depth training on the areas that I was really deficient in, and I think most other investors that may have gone to other programs will probably come to the same result and conclusion if they go to this program.”

Elisa Solberg

"The knowledge that we gained... is actually going to transform our business, and the next year is going to be probably twice as successful as our first year of business. All because of the information we got..."

Tom Perry


In 2010, Tom found himself forced out of his job because the government did something that he had no control over.

That's when he began a new career in real estate, repairing houses for investors.

In 2013, Tom began investing in houses, growing a company that would flip over 100 houses per year.

He did a daily radio show, and taught weekend courses on how people could follow on the path that his company had marked out, so that new investors wouldn't fall into the missteps that so often can knock them out of the game.

Today, Tom has renovated over 1000 houses, and we've taken what he would teach in a weekend course, and made it available here.

You don't have to travel to a destination city or sit in some conference room to learn about real estate investing.

You can start your journey now.

Tom Perry