If you think you need to master wholesaling first before taking the plunge, you are wrong. And if there’s anyone who can attest to this fact, it’s Jorge Cure.
The newly married rhino from Asheville, North Carolina has only been a member of the tribe for less than a month. However, he has done something truly phenomenal—he has already earned a total of $47,500 just 2 and a half weeks in!
Is he an expert wholesaler? Not even close.
Is he a driven newbie who’s willing to take massive imperfect actions to make things happen? Definitely!
If you’re having second thoughts about taking the plunge because you’re no wholesaling expert, you can’t afford to miss this episode. Jorge’s story will have you convinced that when it comes to wholesaling, mastery is not everything and your drive and willingness to take massive imperfect actions can make a world of difference!
- Jorge made a total of 15 calls to the people on the pre foreclosure list.
- A homeowner he left a voice message to called him back to let him know she wants to sell.
- After all was said and done, he was able to make $17,500 from the deal. He also made another $30,000 for another deal he did. That’s a whopping $47,500 for 2 deals he did in under 10 hours!
- BiggerPockets Podcast 176 with Tom Krol
- Max Maxwell’s Youtube Channel
- Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
- The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
- Wholesaling Inc – Testimonials
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Cody Hofhine: Welcome to another episode here on Wholesaling Inc. My name is Cody Hofhine. I’ll be hosting today’s podcast and I’m super excited about today. I’m super excited that A. We’re having another podcast from yet another individual that is succeeding in wholesaling and doing it really quick, so I’m super excited also for those that are new to the podcast. Maybe this is your first time listening in. Welcome, welcome, welcome. I hope this adds value to your life. We hope that this podcast delivers gold nuggets that you can then turn around and implement and start taking massive action on so that you can go get your first deal. Today we’re going to be talking about wholesaling, specifically wholesaling real estate. So for those that are new to the podcast, wholesaling is just simply the art of finding deeply discounted properties. That’s where the money is. That’s how you make money in real estate.
It’s not the sale of real estate, it’s the finding. It’s the buying at a deep, deep, deep discount. So we’re all about teaching individuals and showing people step-by-step how they can find deeply discounted properties right there in their own backyard. So get a pen and a piece of paper and get ready to jot down notes, not notes from me but from our guest speaker who will be on today. And it is Jorge Cure. He’s married recently. He’s right there in Asheville, North Carolina, where we just had a Tribe event and I got to meet him in person. The guy is just a rock star. He’s only been in the Tribe for two and a half weeks.
So I really want you to put this in perspective. This is not a long time that he’s been wholesaling, but yet right out of the gates, he’s already crushing it and you will not believe how much money he made on his first deal and yet has a second deal that’s going to close here in the next week or so. So let’s bring on Mr. Jorge Cure. How in the heck are you brother, fill us in a little bit about yourself and what got you into wholesaling?
Jorge Cure: Hey Cody. Thanks man. I appreciate you having me on this podcast.
Cody Hofhine: Oh, it’s such an honor. You are such a good dude. When I met you in Asheville, I was just smiling from ear to ear. You’re just humble. You’re coachable, you’re teachable, you just love life. You’re excited. You even won the giveaway there. I thought it was pretty cool from Grant Wise with his get your next deal free. So I thought that was cool. And I’m excited to see what that turns into in the future as well.
Jorge Cure: Yes. Yes. That was really, really cool. Ah, the Summit. I’ve never, I’ve never experienced anything like that in a long time.
Cody Hofhine: To the good or to the bad because I want you to, even if it’s bad, I want you to say Cody, it was awful.
Jorge Cure: It was amazing. And the one thing that was so amazing is the fact that so many people were there, they were making so much money and so successful. They were willing to just share their knowledge and you know, give you their personal cell phone numbers and say, Hey, call me if you need any help or whatever. We’re here. That was special. It’s really strange. I know you guys call it a tribe, but it really is like that. So if you’re in a big family, that would be it.
Cody Hofhine: Well, it’s a big abundant mindset individuals, and I will tell you, Jorge, you fit that though to a T. I know you’re going to be a huge go getter and really that’s who we’re looking for. That’s who fits inside this, in this tribe that we call, right? And it’s, it’s crucial that you do have a community behind you because that’s what helps in this, this success, this journey that we’re trying to get our first wholesale deal and then multiple wholesale deals. You’re going to realize Tom and Cody can only do so much, but when you have a family of people behind you as well, man, just starts to make everything happen. So fire away. Help us understand a little bit about what got you into wholesaling in the first place. What were you doing or what are you doing right now? Or maybe you have the, are you doing a full time job? Are you doing this part time? What does that look like? And ultimately why did you get into wholesaling?
Jorge Cure: Yeah, I’ve been a real estate broker for say maybe 20 years now. And to be honest with you, when I say real estate broker, I mean it comes in comparison to wholesaling and doing this. It’s night and day. It’s just a different field of the industry and I have to reteach myself and relearn. I mean, it’s from start to finish, I have to reprogram myself and restart and apply everything that you guys are putting together. I tell you 22 years as a real estate broker keyword broke. I was just, I was just getting tired of it. I shouldn’t say tired of it. It’s just that you work so hard to make, a lot of people don’t realize this, but a real estate agent, they don’t get 6% of the sale. By the time you come to closing and you’d finish the closing and you go through all of the regiment, you’re really bringing in just a little under 1%.
Cody Hofhine: Sure, sure. So what got you thinking wholesaling? What was it that started the fire within you to say, Hey, you know what, maybe I should try this out. What were you doing or how did you get introduced to wholesaling that you said, Hey, I’m going to try this?
Jorge Cure: I was actually listening to a BiggerPockets podcast and I think you were in it.
Cody Hofhine: It was Tom actually and Tom was like a bottled up, holy smokes. I said this multiple times, it’s like the same saying. But that dude was on like five cups of coffee I think because it was an absolute amazing podcast. But they all were all making fun of him. I’m like man, what are you drinking?
Jorge Cure: And then he brought the bell.
Cody Hofhine: He did, he did. And there was like that color shirt. Like what are you wearing? That’s just Tom. The guy is just here to add value. He doesn’t care what shirt he’s wearing, he doesn’t. All he wants to do is just add value quickly to people’s lives. And I think he delivered so strong on that podcast episode.
Jorge Cure: I literally started doing the research and everything else prior to joining the Tribe, just listening to Tom’s podcast and of course the BiggerPockets. Some other individuals that have been in the industry or are in the industry knocking it out of the park. I know the one that I really like is Max Maxwell and I watched him and I watched his YouTube videos and to be honest with you, he gives everything away on his videos. It’s wild.
Cody Hofhine: Sure, sure. So this started the motion and then ultimately here you are and, and I’m pinching myself because I think it’s just absolutely incredible, by the way, what you’ve done in two and a half weeks of just wholesaling is game changing. I mean there’s people out there that we’re going to be talking about that may not make even what you did your first deal maybe in a whole year, but most certainly these two deals that you’re about to have done, it’s more than most people make in a year. And so I’m excited to really deep dive this, but two and a half weeks Jorge, this is absolutely impressive and I’ve got to give you a huge shout out and you should be patting yourself on the back because you’ve done some incredible stuff really quick. How are you able to do this so quickly?
Jorge Cure: Thanks Cody, and I’ll share this with everybody because you guys share everything with everybody anyway, but I kind of stumbled across it by accident. I literally went to the courthouse. For those of you that don’t understand, the courthouse is full of a lot of information and a lot of money. What I ended up doing since I didn’t really have the skillset that Tom teaches about sending postcards and mailers, which I’m just now sending my first stock postcard mailer today, believe it or not, to build up my cash buyer. I found to go into, if you go to the courthouse, any municipality or any county courthouse, they’ll have the register of deeds, and in the register of deeds, I literally, and I know this sounds crazy, but I don’t go to the window. I try to figure out how to get around, not the security, but the service windows and there’s a way to get around through different corridors and doors.
So I managed to get around and straight into what they call the vault where they hold the deed of trust and the documentations in the courts. And when I say a vault, it’s basically, it’s literally a vault. They close it up at night and they lock it, just like a vault in a bank. And I was able to get into the vault and go into, in North Carolina, what’s called SP files, which is a special proceedings files. And I looked up what they filed for that week. And when I say what they filed that week is those were the foreclosure proceedings that they just started. In other words, they file these at the courthouse before the sheriff even delivers that document to the individual.
Cody Hofhine: Wow.
Jorge Cure: And that’s like fresh, right out of the vault.
Cody Hofhine: You’re ahead of even any other investor in the game. They’re almost waiting for all the other stuff to happen. You’re getting it before even the homeowner gets it.
Jorge Cure: Correct. Yeah.
Cody Hofhine: Okay.
Jorge Cure: And before it even hits, there a lot of court systems will actually file these online, but that takes a courthouse employee, I think 60 to 90 days to get it in the system, and scanning and uploaded in certain counties. So by the time I get it, I’ll have already cross referenced the individual’s names and phone numbers. And I did it the hard way. I did this whole thing just all backwards but I got it to closing and I don’t know how I did it, but I did it.
Cody Hofhine: Well, Jorge, here’s something great, right? Here’s something they can learn from this. First of all, you just went out and took action. You may not have had the budget or the skillset to do all the direct mail, maybe up front. But what you did do is I can work hard and I can show people how to work harder than anyone else. And you took massive, imperfect, the keyword, massive imperfect action. You just went out and did something and then when you found your first roadblock, now you know the next thing you need to learn about. You need to hurry and get action on and you need to hurry and get an answer on and then you start taking more massive imperfect action. It leads you maybe to your next wall or your next struggle or your next trial or your next challenge, but you took massive imperfect action.
There’s no such thing as a perfect plan. And why this is making me smile from ear to ear is the fact that you’re like, I have no idea. You aren’t an expert at this. Neither am I. Neither is anyone. There’s so many things that you can learn each and every day from wholesaling, from real estate that you can’t master it all. But I love that you say, I don’t even know what I was doing. I didn’t know how I got into closing, but ho I did it. It’s because you just were willing to take action. You’re so much further ahead than the individual that takes no action at all. So that’s a huge, huge golden nugget already that each one of us can write down and learn from instantly out of the gates. So tell me about what you did then. So did you go call this individual? Did you knock on the door? Ultimately, how did you get in contact with the person that was in pre-foreclosure or is it like a home that was going to foreclosure?
Jorge Cure: It’s literally pre-foreclosure. It’s before they even get in front of the magistrate or the judge to plead their case to tell them why they’re late on six months of mortgage payments.
Cody Hofhine: Okay.
Jorge Cure: So again, I cross referenced the name, I looked up the address and on these filings, you have to understand that on the very top left of these filings, not only does it give you the date of when they took out the loan, where the loan was given, the year and month, the ones that I look at are the ones that are 10 years or older. In other words, the properties that…
Cody Hofhine: Matured for these 10 years.
Jorge Cure: Right, right. And those were the ones I called and I think I made a total of 15 calls out of 15 SP files and one lady called me back.
Cody Hofhine: 15 files of someone going into pre-foreclosure. You called these 15 people. So you’re saying it’s not even that many phone calls. Maybe 15 to some people’s like a mountain. They’re like, Oh man, 15 phone calls, I don’t know how to do this. But, holy smokes in the game of real estate, that is absolutely nothing, which is incredible. Incredible. So 15 names and addresses. You get the phone numbers. You call them. One person calls back. What did that call sound like that let you know they were interested but also motivated?
Jorge Cure: Well, when I called, I left her a message, I told her, I said, I think my message was, Hey, this is Jorge Cure. I’m calling to say and to see if anybody’s helped you with your foreclosure. If not, give me a call. And then I gave her my cell phone number and I left it at that and she called back and she said, you know, you left me a message in regards to my foreclosure. She had asked me what can you do? And I said, well, can I meet with you? And we met at the property and from there on we put it at a huge discount of what we got the property for and basically I brought a regular real estate contract and struck out the line where it says you can’t assign this contract. Struck that out and put my company name and or assigns as a purchaser. We came to an agreement on a two bedroom, one bath house in downtown Waynesville, which is the, I mean this little house is downtown and I got it for $12,500 which is cheap. Dirt cheap.
Cody Hofhine: So $12,500. You talked to this individual. They wanted help. You go down there. You meet with them. You end up getting the home under contract at $12,500.
Jorge Cure: That was her number, not mine.
Cody Hofhine: That was her number. Oh okay. That was her number.
Jorge Cure: That was the number she gave me. I followed your guys’ direction. Ask five, six, seven times, what would you take? And finally she gave me the number $12,500.
Cody Hofhine: Okay. And that started the negotiation process. Right? Now you’re there and is this in person or over the phone?
Jorge Cure: In person.
Cody Hofhine: Okay, so from there, what did you do?
Jorge Cure: I put it under contract and or assigns and I told her that I would close in 10 days. And that was nerve wracking.
Cody Hofhine: Yeah if we can close quick it’s going to be 10 days. I don’t know how I’m going to do it, but I’m going to do it. But this is brilliant. I want everyone to realize you were not an expert, nor does anyone listen to this podcast have to be an expert at real estate to get this done. So you got on this contract for $12,500 and then is that ultimately what you put it under contract for you said?
Jorge Cure: Yes. Yeah. That was the price, the number she gave me and I took it.
Cody Hofhine: You close in 10 days. Did you already have cash buyers that were wanting something like this? Or what did you end up doing so that you could get things going?
Jorge Cure: No, I had nobody.
Cody Hofhine: Okay, so what did you do? Because I love this. This is, so I love this. This is what makes this podcast so much better is you went so imperfectly at this in every sense of the way. And I love this because it still added up to a big result. So what did you do to get this going so that you could close it?
Jorge Cure: I gave her $100 option money, or earnest money, and literally it was cash. I said, here’s $100 to make this a legitimate contract. And as soon as I put it under contract, I went home and here I am. I got to come up with $12,500 in 10 days. I made some phone calls and I knew a contractor, a local contractor, that builds houses and fixes houses and flips houses and I called him up. So I said, Hey listen, I’ve got a problem. I got this two bedroom, one bath home in downtown Waynesville within walking distance of downtown. It needs help. It needs some remodeling work. He asked me, how much do you think it would cost to fix it up? I said, honestly, I don’t know, but here are some keys. Why don’t you take these keys and go look at it? And he went and looked at it and came back and he said, yeah, I’m interested. I’ll buy it from you. I told him, I said, [crosstalk 00:16:44].
Cody Hofhine: What did he buy it for my man? Oh you’re getting there. Keep going, keep going.
Jorge Cure: I asked him, I said, what would you give me for it? And of course he did the same thing back to me. He asked me about six times what I would take for it, I was like, Hey, wait a minute. [crosstalk 00:17:00]
Cody Hofhine: Wait, this is my game, not your game.
Jorge Cure: And then eventually he came up with a number of $30,000 and I should have countered it, but I didn’t. I should’ve asked for 35 or 40. He probably would have taken it but as soon as he said 30 I was like, I’ll take it.
Cody Hofhine: And now he’s probably at home saying, gosh, dang it, I probably could have got it for 25. That’s a perfect example learning for future though is this is still a win. This is not a loss in any way. This is a win and that experience is going to teach you how you can do it something even better next time. So there’s no loss here. There’s only progress, right? Not perfection. So $30,000. If I minus out that right minus the $12,500 that you put on the contract, you made $17,500.
Jorge Cure: That’s correct.
Cody Hofhine: Good gravy.
Jorge Cure: I didn’t pay closing costs. I didn’t pay title search, I didn’t pay recordation fees. I didn’t pay any of that stuff. [crosstalk 00:17:55]
Cody Hofhine: Goodness. Hold on. You know what’s coming. Hold on one second. Hold on, hold on. We’ve got the victory bell for Mr. Jorge Cure on a $17,500 assignment for your first deal.
Jorge Cure: Yeah. Yeah.
Cody Hofhine: This is absolutely bonkers. Now from at that point, is that when you just pinch yourself and you’re like, Oh my gosh, this is real.
Jorge Cure: No, no, the fun part was, is that my new wife was so hesitant. She’s like, I can’t believe you’re going to join this Wholesaling Inc. and you’re going to pay these dudes and all that. I can’t believe you’re doing this. This is when we’re going into Christmas. We got to really budget our money, blah blah blah. I just, like a rhino, I just put my head down and plowed it. It was fun to give her the check because I had the option that the attorney said I could wire you the money or I could give you the check. I said, please give me the check.
Cody Hofhine: Oh no baby give it to me all in hundreds. I want her to hold a duffel bag.
Jorge Cure: So I gave it to my new wife and she looked at it. She goes, okay, I can get used to this. I’ll support you now.
Cody Hofhine: Well, let’s kind of give them, in kind of closing this, let’s give them a heads up of since that deal, since this happened, just, what was this, about a week ago that that closing took place? Or what did it look like in timeframe?
Jorge Cure: Yeah, closed a week today. Last week.
Cody Hofhine: So a week ago today you receive a check for $17,500. You have also told me you have another deal that’s closing next week. What are you going to make on this second deal? Just to give people a perspective and a hand, a heads up of what you are still looking to do even next week.
Jorge Cure: So I applied the one place where you guys find your leads and that’s the, I don’t even know the name that you guys use, but it’s when somebody dies and they put an executor on the…
Cody Hofhine: Yeah, there’s the inheritance list or probate.
Jorge Cure: Probate, probate. Yeah.
Cody Hofhine: Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Jorge Cure: So it’s a probate at the same place, at the same courthouse. A lot of people don’t realize how much money is in that courthouse vault.
Cody Hofhine: Wow.
Jorge Cure: It’s full of money. But anyway, I got a probate. I talked to the lady that had the executor. I went to look at the property. She had an appraisal, an as is appraisal, for 221. $221,000. It’s a house in the country club. It needed some work, of course. The basement had a little leak and problems and no black mold, but some mildew problems and nobody wants to touch a house like that in the MLS. So she looked at me as a cash buyer again and how the heck am I going to come up with $221,000. Anyway, she gave me the appraisal. I was one of three people lined up to look at it.
I looked at her and I said, what’s the least you’d take? Again, went back and forth and she said $145,000 would be the least she’d take. And I said, well, I can’t give you that. By the time I do work and everything else to the house, I just don’t, I can’t do it at that number. So I gave her an outrageous low ball offer. I was like, I’ll give you $80,000 for it. And she looked at me and she said, I can’t do $80,000 George. I said, okay, well my offer’s here. If you ever change your mind, just call me. And sure enough, she called me four days later and she said, George, would you do $89,000? And I said absolutely, can I see you now? And she said, sure. We met back at the property.
I put it under contract for $89,000 and or assigns. And again, I still don’t know what I’m doing, Cody. I use the same form. I went the same direction. And the weirdest thing about it is that one of my really good friends is, I found out, he’s flipping houses. He flipped one very successfully and he’s like, well I’ll do this deal. Now understand, I put it under contract for $89,000.
Cody Hofhine: 89. Yep.
Jorge Cure: Now keep in mind Cody, it’s the house and an extra lot in the country club next door next to it. So I put the house under contract. Well, I agree that the price at $89,000. She was selling both the vacant lot and the house and I said, I’ll give you $89,000 for the whole thing. She said, fine. We came to that agreement. I gave her one contract where the house sits on the acreage it sits on for $88,000. Then the other one I put another contract for $1,000 for the lot. So it made the difference between the two with $89,000 it added up to that.
Cody Hofhine: Yeah. Yeah.
Jorge Cure: Of course that contract was subject to the simultaneously closing of the other one. I had no idea how to put that in verbiage in the contract. So I called an attorney and he emailed me what to put on the contract. I said, okay, I got them both under contract. And here’s the fun part. My friend, I told him about the property. I was fortunate to have the lady put a lock box in front of the house to give me access to it. Because I told her that I had a friend that’s a contractor that would come and look and give me quotes. He went there and he said, I’ll buy it from you. I said, what would you give me for it? And he said, I’ll give you $120,000 for it. I said okay.
Cody Hofhine: And that’s for both? Or just the house?
Jorge Cure: Just the house.
Cody Hofhine: Just the house.
Jorge Cure: Yeah. Sorry, not 120. 119K.
Cody Hofhine: Okay. So just already you’ll make 30K next week on this and you still own the lot.
Jorge Cure: Next Thursday. And I got a $68,000 lot.
Cody Hofhine: Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. So Jorge, this is good stuff. Hold on. We got to ring the victory bell twice. I don’t do this much, but this deserves it, hold on. All right, so good stuff all the way around, brother. This is so good, and this is ultimately, to kind of wrap things up quickly on this, how many hours would you say between the two deals of calling the person, meeting with the person, going to closing. How many hours would you say these two deals have taken to bring in $47,500 plus a lot.
Jorge Cure: Between the two of them, I’d say 10 hours.
Cody Hofhine: 10 hours. This is what I want to hone in for just a second for those listening. I think sometimes we think it’s so many hours. This is going to the courthouse. This is talking to the person on the phone. This is meeting with them. 10 hours for those two deals and that is a $47,500 payday. That’s real. It can happen. Does it happen always like this? No. Sometimes it could be a $5,000 assignment. Maybe it could be a $2,000 win or a $10,000 win. It can be all over the place, but then you just never know until you get into it and at the end of the day, Jorge didn’t know. He didn’t know what he was going to make. He just knew he put an under contract as low as he could and then start working from there to get things sold.
So Jorge, you are the absolute man. I love how quick this has taken. Two and a half weeks of wholesaling and here you are, $47,500 a richer man, which is awesome. Help our clients to keep our listeners, to keep adding value to this, those listening. What is a book that helped with maybe mindset or just a favorite book in general that you would recommend to our audience?
Jorge Cure: I’ll tell you the one that I always love is Rich Dad Poor Dad, but the one that really hit home was The Richest Man in Babylon.
Cody Hofhine: Oh my goodness. Yeah, such a good, good book. I’ve had same experiences. We’ve all had the experiences where investment has gone good or has gone bad. And after I had an investment gone bad, it was that book, I followed that book. It would have never happened. But do you remember the guy ends up investing his money to a brick mason to go buy like Persian rubies and then ultimately tanked on his investment because he gave his money to a brick mason that knew nothing about Persian rubies.
Jorge Cure: Nothing. No knowledge of that.
Cody Hofhine: And that happens to all of us to some degree is, are we investing our time and our money with the people that are actually the best at it, that are the experts? So that we can win with those investments because there’s so many times out there. So such a good book. Awesome, awesome book.
Jorge Cure: It’s a very good book.
Cody Hofhine: What about hindsight, which is only two and a half weeks, hindsight looking at your business, what would you say to those just beginning, getting involved in wholesaling? What would you say that you would either do differently or what you would make sure you’d do the same?
Jorge Cure: I would say just blind faith and just courage and I don’t know how to emphasize it any more, but it’s an old joke that I used to say to an old friend, a very wealthy friend, that I had and he’s a good country boy from these here mountains in Asheville and he always says the term, it’s so simple. It’s a neck downer. I don’t know if you’ve ever heard that one before.
Cody Hofhine: I have not. I have not.
Jorge Cure: But I look at this very wealthy, he’s very wealthy in real estate. He owns like, I don’t know, 180 some rentals. And I asked him, I said, what do you mean by neck downer? And this is the system that you guys offer. It’s as simple as all you got to think is from the neck down.
And that’s really the truth. You don’t need a whole lot of brains to do this job, to do these deals. You just have to be able to listen to people and you have to have the heart and mind to help them. And I think that really at my lifetime right now, in my life point right now, that if I can get into a business where I can go out and help individuals in a situation where they feel vulnerable to losing their homes to a bank versus somebody who’s coming in to give them a little bit of money to get them out of this situation. Honestly, to this one individual cried at closing and I got teary eyed. No one was out there to help her. And here I was, I just left her a voicemail.
Cody Hofhine: It’s absolutely awesome.
Jorge Cure: It brings a lot of meaning and brings a lot of [crosstalk 00:28:10]
Cody Hofhine: Satisfaction.
Jorge Cure: Yeah.
Cody Hofhine: Well Jorge, I appreciate your time being on the podcast today. This is going to resonate with so many people. I think there’s a lot of people, maybe even in the real estate arena as a typical broker or maybe even a traditional real estate agent that maybe have been thinking, man, there’s got to be something different, and maybe this is the story that just helps them go right over the edge and say, Hey, I’m jumping in. I’m jumping into wholesaling. So awesome, awesome podcast. Awesome gold nuggets. Thank you for your time and joining us today on the podcast. I appreciate it, brother.
Jorge Cure: Thanks Cody. I appreciate you.
Cody Hofhine: Rhino nation. This has been another awesome episode of just how an individual like Jorge just took massive imperfect action and by doing so, it led him to his first deal of $17,500 and then ultimately leading him to a second deal that closes next week for $30,000 and still owns a lot free and clear.
You just don’t know what’s going to happen and it wasn’t that much effort. All it was was imperfect action, taking 15 phone calls, one of them called back, giving service, giving value, and then turns into a payday. You can do this. If Jorge can do this, you can do this. If Cody can do this, you can do this. If Tom can do this, you can do this. It’s just how bad do you want this? If you want more tips, tricks, and golden nuggets, you can definitely visit us over at wholesalinginc.com. That’s wholesaling i-n-c.com.
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