Todd Fleming is a real estate investor who specializes in wholesaling. Is he legit? You’re about to find out. I’ll drop my Kingdom Real Estate Coaching review below. But first, check out what we’re doing with online real estate:
Okay, who is Todd M. Fleming, anyway? According to his latest YouTube ad, he’s just an ordinary dude who always wanted to be in real estate. So when his mom saw an article in the paper, she signed him up to be a real estate agent. Which, come to find out, wasn’t much better than a job.
So he got into wholesaling. At first, it was a struggle. Then he had an ah-ha moment: buyers, not sellers, are what matters most. Based on this realization, Todd developed a system called “The Hex Method” that took him from flat-broke to financially-free in under two years.
He went on to publish a book titled If You Can’t Wholesale After This… I’ve Got Nothing For You. It’s available in Kindle, Audiobook, and paperback formats and averages 4.6 out of 5 stars on 467 customer ratings (on Amazon) at the time of writing this.
Anyhoo. Now Todd’s sharing that system with other wholesalers who wish to carbon copy his success. And, for the cynics, he’s offering a free training to prove it’ll work for you.
In fact, once you start doing this, Todd says, it’s very likely you’ll be doing six-figures within the next six months. This, I gotta see.
So I clicked over to his squeeze page and signed up to watch his short training video. After that, I was redirected to a private page, where my video awaited.
The video starts off with Todd reassuring us, there’ll be nothing for sale at the end of the presentation; although you’ll be asked to book a call to see if you’re a good fit to work with his team. (Not surprising. More on that later.)
He says 70% of wholesalers fail. And his goal is that, by the end of the video, he’ll have shown you enough that you’re on the right end of that ratio moving forward.
Then there’s a quick rags-to-riches story. Todd was down to his last $11 when he discovered his Hex Method. Which, my gut tells me, for him, it’s true. But that story’s so played out, if it were me, I wouldn’t even mention it ’cause it just screams bullsh*t.
Next, Todd sets up his Hex Wholesaling Method as the be-all, end-all. As compared to traditional wholesaling, it has the following advantages:
One thing I liked about Todd’s philosophy was, he thinks competition’s a good thing. The more people you know in this space, the more you strengthen and leverage those relationships, the more deals you can do. Flip Foundation founder, Zachary Kepes, says the same thing.
The rest of the video is Todd making a compelling case, using income graphs and comparison charts, for using his Hexagonal wholesaling as opposed to the old school way of wholesaling houses.
And, once you’re enlightened, and you actually implement these six “hex points,” you’ll turn laborious $5k wholesaling deals into streamlined $40k deals.
Unfortunately, Todd never gets into the specifics of any of this, so you’re left with hope, but no actionable takeaways.
He comes across as honest and I give him props for not resorting to the usual slimy guru tactics. No “live” webinar. No countdown clocks. And he literally spent maybe 30 seconds asking you to book a call at the end of the video.
(How refreshing! And here I thought I was the only one left online who respected your time.)
Verdict: The Kingdom Real Estate coaching program, possibly called Kingdom Advisor (based on what Todd’s call calendar says), looks legit to me. But then again, by not revealing any of the how-to, some skepticism is warranted.
On that note, and before you leave, consider reading the article below. In it, I’ll walk you through our “rent little websites” business, step-by-step. You might like it even better than wholesaling, Hex Method or not.