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A Look at Lisa Moren and Real Estate Investing: Scam or Legit?

Can Lisa Moren’s Books help you build better brands, buys, and investments?

Hey Guys,

Gonna talk about Lisa Moren Bromma today.

But first lemme get you up to speed on a few things.

Yesterday my wife and I went to see the movie Ded Poole. I loved it entirely because of the prickly prose that the writers sprinkled throughout the movie.

As a blue-collar blogger doing things ole’ school, I regard everything I see/read and hear a little differently.

There is an “X” factor  (X as in triple X not XRay)… to how catchy the sentences are thrown down on paper. Most don’t know. and you prob don’t care.

Once again, my blog…my rules.  BUT Stick with me I’ll explain.

Word pics and priorities are the “thing” when it comes to pro-blogging. As I sit here on the edge of my chair, sweat pants, t-shirt and my 4.3 lbs ankle biter staring me down for another treat.

I’m interrupted by the thought that you wanna hear something relevant.

Something that will change your life, clue you in and set you on a path to your destiny.

I know you are serious about making it BIG.  Otherwise, you wouldn’t be doing research.


You wanna know whether Lisa Moren is the right fit for ya.


I’m gonna answer that in a hammer-slamming fist on table, BANG, way…

-but first I gotta know what’s got ya HERE?

Thirst for the money-making entrepreneurial mojitos?

I get it. Me too.

Cliff notes version on me…

Invested in real estate, lost everything, found a better way.

Pounding pain and plenty of years to recover. But I did it.


Enter a guy who made a ton of money online… He showed me how to create local digital properties and rent them out.

-Cheaper, more efficient than hard assets.

My story would have gone untold is it wasn’t for him. Now I blog regularly on how not to LOSE Money in real estate investing.

And as good as Lisa’s information is, I’m not gonna dive back into the dark waters of REI.

If you want to know more about how I make money now, check out the recommended resources.

Now on to the review: Enjoy!

Lisa Moren Bromma Bio and Background

Lisa Moren Bromma has been active in the field of real estate investing since 1978. Ten years after she started in real estate, she began investing in private mortgages and at that time also began consulting with real-estate-focused businesses in the financial services community.

Since 1991 Bromma has also been a professional speaker, teaching over 2,000 workshops on the subject of real estate and marketing. She has presented seminars at several national and international real estate events.

Lisa is the author of numerous articles, two books, and a CD series called Soup to Nuts.

Her books are available on Amazon. One is called Real Estate Investing for the Utterly Confused (2006); the other is Wise Women Invest in Real Estate. With Hubert Bromma, she co-wrote the book How to Make Money in Alternative Investments.

Soup to Nuts: Everything You Need to Know to Become a Successful Real Estate Investor is only available on Amazon by a third-party affiliate seller. It’s a manual plus 7 CDs, and as of this writing, only one copy is available at a price of $65.  It might be found through searching eBay or other auction/used book sites.

Bromma’s Linked-In bio states that she also authored Promote Your Note Business, a marketing program for the private mortgage industry. However, I was not able to find if this is currently available.

Bromma used to be an advisor to The Entrust Group. This company was the country’s largest administrator of self-directed retirement plans. At one point she also was an active contributor to the Wise Women Investor blog, but that appears to be defunct.

I found a few podcasts by Bromma on blogtalkradio.com (2008) and nextgenerationtrust.com (2012). Bromma does not have a YouTube presence that I could find.

Selfgrowth.com, an online self-improvement community, has a Lisa Moren Bromma page and a database of articles she has written. The articles appear to be partially real-estate-related, but more are about a financial investment in general. Some of the titles include:

  • The Case for the Self-Directed IRA (2012)
  • 5 Tips for Real Estate Investing (2010)
  • How to Build Trust in Business Relationships (2010)
  • Build Your Brand: The New Reality (2010)
  • Are You Ready to Take Control of Your Financial Future? (2009)

To sum up, it looks like Moren Bromma was active in speaking, business, and writing up until a few years ago. However, she seems to have discontinued her real estate focus or has gone in a different direction professionally, as I can’t find much in the way of current material, products, or seminars.

I hope the review helped. Check out my other reviews.

Talk to you soon,


About the author: I give real estate investors a quick connect to what they really want and often introduce them to new material that gives them insight into what keeps them from getting the results they hoped for when they got started.