Tarek & Christina El Moussa

When the market dried up in 2008, so did Tarek and Christina’s income, and the couple found themselves struggling just to pay bills. They traded in their Mercedes for a Honda and exchanged their $6000 mortgage for a $700/month rented apartment — with a roommate. In 2010, Tarek and Christina did their first flip — it took five months longer than expected, but it turned a modest profit. That was all the proof they needed.

In 2012, HGTV signed the couple to star in their own house-flipping show called Flip or Flop. In addition, the two coach thousands of real estate students every year, sharing their Success Path system with others who want to learn how to build the ultimate business and become real estate entrepreneurs.

About Success Path Education

Learning how to flip houses became Tarek and Christina’s life’s work during the housing downturn. Situated in Orange County with one of the largest foreclosure rates in the country, Tarek threw himself into learning real estate investing.

The couple ventured into their first flip and made “every mistake in the book, including hiring the cheapest contractors and not doing our proper due diligence on the property before we leapt in,” according to Christina.

Today the couple have successfully flipped hundreds of homes, and with each deal they have refined their house-flipping system and broken it down into a series of repeatable steps.

Since Tarek and Christina started coaching a few years ago, Success Path has become one of the most popular real estate training workshops in North America.

Tarek and Christina el Moussa, of Success Path Education, speaking

Things Covered In Training

  • Validate your business concept
  • Move towards your new income strategies with greater velocity
  • Learn the secrets to finding deals in neighborhoods near you
  • Learn how make deals without using any of your own money


Things You’ll Learn

Master the Components of a House Flipping

Business Planning and Goal Setting

Asset Protection

Funding Acquisitions

Creating an LLC