Posted on: April 29, 2019
WI 268 | Wholesaling Partnerships


Ever wondered if it would be a good idea to build a wholesaling business with a partner? In today’s episode, you’ll find out how a wholesaling partnership works so you can decide if it is right for you.

Terone Johnson and Omari Heflin are two focused and driven wholesalers from Indiana. While they each started out venturing in the real estate arena on their own, they eventually found out they are able to accomplish more working with each other.

In this episode, you’ll hear about their individual wholesaling journeys, their real estate hits and misses, how they ended up working together, and how they were able to close numerous deals in such a short amount of time, among many others.

Ever the go-givers, Terone and Omari also candidly shared some of the tricks, tips, and insights that has helped them achieve the success they are currently enjoying. So many gold nuggets in today’s episode, you owe it to yourself not to miss it!



How Two Driven Rhinos Closed Four Deals In Less Than 60 Days With Terone Johnson And Omari Heflin

Episode Transcription

It is my pleasure to bring, from the Midwest to the West Coast, two amazing wholesalers that are making some waves out in their communities when it comes to wholesaling property. Before I do, I need to remind you of this. Remember, you are who you hang around with. You are a combination of the five people that you spend the most time with. Protect that. Guard that.

Not only that, when you are alone, remember garbage in and garbage out. All the negativity that you put in social media, through watching TV, through all these other mediums, all the negativity, all the drama, all this stuff is going to come out of you. Garbage in and garbage out. Protect yourself.
I am coming with two guys on this podcast, one from Indianapolis and one in L.A. Both these guys are working in a partnership. They’re going to explain everything that’s going on. They’re doing phenomenal things. I want to welcome Omari and Terone to the show.

How’s it going, Brent?

What’s going on?

Let everybody know who’s who.

I’m Omari. I’m going to go ahead and speak first. I’m here in Indianapolis. That’s my partner, Terone. He’s out in Los Angeles. Yes, we’re partners. We own Legacy Home Buyers in Indianapolis.

I’m Terone. I’m from Indianapolis, originally. I moved here years ago. I’ve been doing all of my business over in the Indianapolis area.

For everybody reading, if you want to see the video of this, it’s at Brent Daniels – Real Estate Coach on YouTube. Check it out. Remember, 70% of communication comes from visuals, from mannerisms. Come check us out on the YouTube channel. Let’s talk about these guys. You guys are both from Indianapolis. How do you guys even find wholesaling real estate? How do you discover this?

Terone, you can go first.

I was playing basketball at Perdue University. I ended up getting a professional contract over in Greece in a league over there. I would always be in my apartment over there and I had nothing to do. I would go to practice, take a break in the middle of the day, go back to practice, and then go to sleep. I didn’t know anyone there.

The biggest thing in my spare time was I needed to find something that I could possibly invest my money into as I was making it overseas. I came by a guy named Jay Morrison who was speaking about it. He was talking about it very briefly and that’s what got me to dive into it. I learned a little bit about it and I didn’t take action on it but studied it. I ran into the Wholesaling Inc. Podcast a couple of years later. From there, I put out some mail myself. I wrote it up. My wife’s brother worked at a mail place here and he helped me send them out for a cheap rate. I ended up getting a deal off of that.

Also, I ended up getting a deal from my mom. She was driving, saw a property, sent me the address, I looked it up, I called the person, believe it or not, and I got a deal off that. That was my first deal. You had a guest on here, Brett Snodgrass. He helped me throughout the deal, walked me through it, and showed me the ropes. That’s how I ran into it myself. I ran into this guy while I was marketing one of my properties because he was into flipping at the time, so I’ll let him go ahead and take it from here.

Go ahead, Omari.

Brent, it’s crazy. Number one, I love your energy. Do you know what gets me, Brent, on his videos? He’s like, “Listen to me.” How I got into real estate was on the flipping side, Brent, believe it or not. I got into flipping. I wanted to understand it. At the time, I worked at a sales company called Defenders. It’s a security company for ADT. Have you ever heard of ADT? It’s a premier provider for ADT. We would do a lot of inside calls. I was a hero, what they called it.

Do you know when you go to a car dealership and they can’t close the deal and they say, “Let me go get my manager?” I was the manager. I was doing that and doing really well. Out of nowhere, I got fired for something I didn’t even do. Even to this day, they still believe this. I had faith. I’m like, “This must mean that something’s going to go right in my direction.”

I looked at real estate. I knew about it, but I had a couple of people that were around me that were doing it. I took the time to learn everything that I could. Brent, I was running to Home Depot, tearing down walls on early mornings and late nights. I was coughing at night. Stuff was getting into my throat. It was interesting. I still have two flips going on, but it’s me and another partnership and he had a whole system. If it wasn’t for that, I wouldn’t do it.

I ended up getting into flipping. I started to learn a lot about the investors and the industry altogether. I already knew of Terone because my brother played basketball as well. His story is similar to Terone’s. He came back and got into real estate. That influenced me to get into real estate and then I accidentally wholesaled a deal, Brent, believe it or not.

How do you accidentally do this? Walk us through this.

Take the time to learn everything that you can.

Brett Snodgrass, shout out to him. He helped us. We closed a deal with him as well. Brett had a property and it came to my email. I checked it out. At the time, my older brother wanted to buy another property. I saw it marketed at $67,000 and he saw it marketed at $69,000. KI kd you not, this was on Thanksgiving a couple of years ago. He called me and said, “I found this property. I’m going to move forward on it. It cost $69,000.” I said, “What’s the address?”

He told me the address. I said, “Hold on. I saw this property here for $67,000. If I can get it for $67,000, will you give me the difference?” He had no clue about wholesaling. He was like, “Yeah, I’ll do that.” I called him up and I said, “I saw this at $67,000. Can I get it?” They said, “Yes.” I probably could have got them lower. He was like, “Yes, you can have it at $67,000.” I said, “Perfect.” I ended up making $2,000 like that and I was like, “That was easy. All I did was make one phone call. How can I do this?”

Your first wholesale deal was selling a deal to your brother on Thanksgiving.

It was random. Whatever you want to call it, it was crazy. Brent, I’ve got to give it to you. A lot of people don’t believe this. When you have no knowledge about wholesaling, you can get off to a better start. Brent, I knew nothing about ARV, a buyer’s list, nothing. I knew nothing about that. This is what I did. I went out and I said, “I’m pretty good on Facebook. Let me try to reach out to my network.” I reached out to Terone and said, “Do you happen to have any deals?” This is where I started to turn. I’m still working on my flip, it’s getting done, but it’s a slow process.

It takes three times as long as it was supposed to. I’m like, “I want to figure out what wholesaling is. What is this?” I reached out to Terone and said, “Do you have a build that you can let me see if I can find somebody to buy on?” He was like, “Yes, I got this one.” He sent it to me. I sent it out, I put it out online, I had a buyer, and we closed four days later.

This is the for-sale-by-owner that I put an offering online. Randomly, I put the offering on and got it accepted. I was in the process, like, “How am I going to get this closed in fourteen days?” That’s when he said that. The next thing you know, we closed it up in four days. The agent is super happy because they were trying to help them get the property sold. They were like, “You guys are great. You guys move very fast.”

They love you. It’s amazing what happens when you’re being proactive. When you’re going after a for-sale-by-owner and you get it locked up, he’s not reaching out to you off of advertising. He’s not reaching out to you after the marketing. You get this deal and being proactive as you are, Omari, you reach out to Terone and say, “Do you have any deals that maybe I can help you sell or get rid of?” Boom, now you’re going. Nothing of that happens. There’s no income produced. There’s no value in the market produced if you guys aren’t taking action. That’s it.

It’s all about action.

It’s just talking to people.

Maybe from my perspective, before I even got into Wholesaling Inc. and knew who you guys were when I started to understand real estate and this wholesale thing, I would look at things and I’m like, “They’ve already done it. They’re making it simple. It can’t just be that simple. It’s the mindset.” I don’t know how you came up with that. It’s like Nike, the Just Do It. It fits. Talking to people and wholesaling go together. Anything else, it’s more of a mindset.

One thing that people think when they hear us talk about the TTP and the talk to people thing is that we’re only talking to sellers. No, we’re reaching out to everyone. We’re calling buyers. We built our buyers’ list up to 800-something. We were able to implement some things from the program, the trade your list up.

We were reaching out. We were calling people. Omari ended up calling a guy that ended up agreeing to it. That doubled our list. Now, we’re proactively calling buyers. We’re looking up the buyers on certain properties and we’re reaching out to these buyers. That’s something that’s been huge for us. It’s talking to people all across the board and not just reaching out to sellers.

It’s talking to your closing attorneys, title companies, and private money lenders. It’s talking to people that want to invest in you. It’s talking to buyers, sellers, and other wholesalers for other ideas. It’s talking to people that do land flips. It’s all about being proactive and talking to people. People think, “TTP means cold calling.” No. It’s communicating with people about what you’re passionate about, which is being a real estate entrepreneur. That’s it.

That’s all it is. Real estate or wholesaling, specifically, is talking to people. If you do that, the deals are going to come. Being a new person, I know what it feels like to listen to that. It’s like, “Brent, you have a successful mega business. You’re out in Phoenix, Arizona. You’re doing this. You’re on the nineteenth floor. Look at your background. You’re not just talking to people.” Yes, he is.

That’s the whole culture there. It’s incredible. Let’s look at your progression. When did you first do your first deal? What year?

I did my first deal in December of 2016. I didn’t do another one for a long time after that. I got with Omari about a year after that when we did that deal. That was my first deal over in Indianapolis. It was December of 2016. I split that with Brett and those guys and I made about $6,500 off of that from my first deal. I was super hyped. I didn’t know what to do next, but I knew I wanted to do more of that.

WI 268 | Wholesaling Partnerships

Wholesaling Partnerships: You can then talk to somebody looking for the opportunity to provide for their family by flipping properties, legacy wealth, or whatever. You can put them together, and you get big checks. That’s the value.


The next thing you know, after we’ve done a couple of deals together, we were like, “Let’s go ahead and put this together. Let’s go ahead and link up.” We ended up finding out that we were from the same part of town in Indianapolis. We lived super close to each other, probably as kids and stuff like that, but we never ran across each other. That’s crazy in a small city like Indianapolis.

We know the same people. It’s like, “You know him?” “Yeah, I know him. That’s my buddy.” We connected to the same people. It made a lot of sense and it happened at the perfect time. That’s why we ended up joining up here and forming Legacy Home Buyer. It was like, “It was time to go ahead and get into TTP and get this thing rolling.”

Omari, when did you start?

October of 2017 is when I got my first flip. That’s when I first got into real estate. Thanksgiving, maybe a week after that, is when we closed that deal. The beginning of December 2017 is my accident deal. Right after that, In January 2018, I did another deal with my brother, and then right after that, in March 2018. 2018 is when me and him did our first deal. It’s roughly around a year since I’ve been wholesaling.

How did your first year go? How did your first year feel? What was your first year like? The first year into it, talk to me about that. Talk to me about what’s going through your head as you’re starting to put together these deals. As you’re crawling to walking to now running, tell me about that process. Tell me about that journey.

I’ll take it on first. I’m not going to even kid around. I listened to Wholesaling Inc. every day when I first started to get serious about it. Tom Krol, Cody, and all of those guys, I learned so much from those dudes. They would always say, “Go ahead and implement. Take off running. Fail forward. That was something huge for me. I would fail forward. There were some properties that I was like, “There’s no way I can sell this property,” and then I ended up getting it under contract and throwing it out. I might not make a huge fee off of it, but I made something.

Me and Omari were looking at these deals and I was like, “Am I doing this? Am I turning this into a business?” I would talk to some of my friends and they didn’t get anything that I was doing. They were listening, but they were like, “What is this dude doing? He’s not buying homes. He’s not flipping homes. What exactly is he doing?” Even my wife, I know she doesn’t know what I’m doing half the time, but she’s sitting there listening to me. She knows it’s bringing in some money now, so that doesn’t matter.

I’m certain if you ask my wife what I did, she’d be like, “I don’t know. Real estate?”

One big thing for me when I look back is I wish I would have joined something like this a lot sooner. I had it in front of me because I would listen to you guys every day. As Omari said, I’m looking like, “These dudes are doing more than what they say they’re doing. They have to have some type of weird hook-ups or something like that.”

“Some secret formula they’re keeping from all the masses. They couldn’t possibly be giving it all away.”

They were giving it all away. They’re being helpful. It’s the go-getter mindset. They were being super helpful to us. Getting to where I am now, I’ve grown a ton and learned a ton from doing. I can tell you now that I read zero wholesaling books. I read some books that helped me out now that I’m getting more serious with it. Tom would say, “Go out. This is how you build your list.” I’d go out and try to build my list like that. I’ll try to go and get these lists, the tax lists, or certain things. That’s how my first year or so went.

How did your first year go? How did you evolve? We’re going to talk about where you guys are at now, your processes, what you guys do, and the relationship between you two. Imagine you’re speaking to somebody like you guys were before you guys got going when you just heard wholesaling, “Sorry, get going.” What was your mindset after you got your first $2,000 and then you got your other deal? All of a sudden, the train starts rolling.

I don’t want anybody to see this or take this the wrong way or anything at all because I want them to know that it’s coming from a genuine standpoint. When you first make the deal and it’s $2,000, $5,000, or whatever versus the amount of time that you put into that, you’re like, “What?” I did 5, 10, 20 hours, or whatever it is, it’s still not equivalent to going to work 40 hours a week for a month.

I’m just saying, even $2,000, some people may bring that home and some people may not even still bring that home after 40 hours per week in a month. It’s a complete mindset shift. It was more like, “All the work that I’m doing for somebody else, I can do for myself. The work that I’m doing for somebody else is maybe even more and I’m still not at this level.”

If I took 40 hours a week that I worked and did for somebody else and I put that into this business, it’s a complete mind shift. It’ll shift your value and your work. You feel it maybe deep down inside that you will work more and that you want to go after your dream, but after you have one moment, it’s like, “Wow.”  The money is not everything. It just shifts your position about it. Now, I’d be like, “How could somebody work for $7? How is that even legal?”

Even if it was a $2,000 check, it was real. You went from believing that maybe this could happen to it being an absolute fact. It’s like, “I could put this check into my bank account and do this as many times as possible?” Yeah, you can. That’s the beautiful part. I get it.

It’s amazing what happens when you’re being proactive.

I want to add to that, Brent. I had a conversation with somebody. After I did my accidental deal, I did one more deal after that. Me and Terone did a deal and then we started to do deals. It was still a hustler type of mentality, but it was just working. I knew nothing about wholesaling, but I was going after it. I remember I had got done with my flip and I was having a conversation with somebody and they were like, “You can go and do this or you can go and do that. You’re not doing anything. You don’t go to work.”

Even I felt like, “Is this okay? This feels like I’m cheating or something.” I’ve got a complacent mentality after doing that so quickly, making $20,000, $25,000 fairly quickly, and not being able to make that in that period of time like that. It’s like, “I’m not doing anything, but I am doing something.” I am doing something, but they’re equating that I have to work 40 hours a week to be working. I don’t know if that makes sense.

We talk about this. We talk about it in TTP. We talked about it on the show. Your income is equal to the amount of value you provide to the marketplace. The hardest thing like you’re saying is, “I knew if I did job X, if I went out, and I was that closer for ADT, I went in there, and I got it done, I would get paid and that’s what I know I can do.”

You could have 45 minutes’ worth of conversation with somebody that’s a distressed property owner and you can solve their problem. You can then talk to somebody that is looking for the opportunity to provide for their family by flipping properties, legacy wealth, or whatever. You can put them together and you get big checks. That’s the value. Who else is doing it? Let’s talk about some big deals. Let’s talk about some big checks. Let’s talk about putting something together. Do you each have one that you can talk about?

We were going to go over one deal, for sure. This was one in Indianapolis. We started the TTP program about mid-January. We had a VA that was doing some calling for us. She was from the Philippines. God bless her heart, but she wasn’t getting the exact amount of leads that we were getting when we were over the phone and doing it ourselves. Shout out to you. You always say that. We didn’t go that route at first, so we had her make the calls. Omari was making them as well.

Out of that time, she brought in one lead and she said, “This lady lives down in California. She wants to figure out if she wants to sell the property. She said that she’s very interested. She’s looking to open up a business of some sort. Give her a call.” At this time, I was just now getting off from work. I was heading home. About 7:00 our time, I gave her a call and she didn’t pick up. I ended up leaving her a voicemail.

Saturday morning, I gave her a phone call at about 10:00 AM and she picked up. We hit it off. I was like, “I’m from Indianapolis. I live here in California, too.” I was building some rapport with her over the phone. She got to telling me the ins and outs of the property. I had done a deal in this same exact neighborhood, on the same exact street. The deal I did was across the street, so I knew exactly what we could pay in this area.

When I got off the phone, I hit Omari and was like, “This one is going to be a good one. We’re going to have a good buyer based on it as well.” I remember before that there were a lot of buyers that wanted that deal. We go back and forth on the price. Me and Omari spoke and we ended up getting it under contract for $76,000.

It was $73,000 at first. We got it under contract for $73,000 and then she came back. She owed something to the property management company. We didn’t want to hit her over the head either so what we did was we were like, “Maybe we could go ahead and help you out with that.” She owed them $3,000. She was like, “If you guys could pay that off, we could move forward.” If not, she wants to wait the few months out, and then she’ll sell after she pays that off. It made a lot of sense for us to go ahead and move forward with that. Now we’re at $76,000.

We took one of your titles. Omari, didn’t you get it from Brent? We put the price out there a little lower. This was something I wasn’t completely down with. We got some way of believing in each other at the right time. I’m like, “I don’t know.” He’s like, “I’m telling you. Let’s put it out there, $81,000. Let’s see what we can do.” I was like, “We can sell it for more than $81,000.” He’s like, “Let’s see what we can do.”

We watched the podcast and listened to it a ton. One practice that I’ve taken and that we’ve been doing on each deal as well now is having all our buyers show up at the same time. It’s like a feeding frenzy, honestly. We hit our whole list. We called as many people to have them over there that week. Omari met them at the property. They walked through it. We had offers coming in right after. Our first offer came in over the asking price. I was like, “You were right.” From there, it got bid up. It ended up getting bid up to $86,000. You take it from here on that part.

Brent, this is what happened. We got the deal, $76,000. The buyers come. We walk through it. There were probably at least fifteen people there, realtors and buyers. They come and walk through the property. The first offer was $79,000. We’re like, “No.”

That was before they walked the property.

I don’t even think we responded yet because it was so quick, honestly. We had a realtor say, “We’ll pay $82,000.” Terone hit me with that. It was like, “We got $82,000. We got what we were asking. Do you think we should go with that?” I said, “No.” He said that, too. I said, “We want to move this deal. We want it to move pretty quickly. If you can do $84,000, we can lock it up.” They sent it back, $84,000. It bothered me. I’m like, “It happened too quickly.” We already gave them our word and we wanted to be honorable to that. Whatever, we’re learning. Brent, ten minutes later, we had an offer come in at $86,000.

That’s it. It went smooth, it closed, everything, boom, a good buyer.

It closed in a week. The terms were five days closed, no extension period, nothing of that sort. That was a good thing, too. I like those types of closings, five days, all cash, and no inspection period. That was a good offer.

WI 268 | Wholesaling Partnerships

Wholesaling Partnerships: When realtors and investors see something and they know it’s a good deal, they will want more information.


Omari, explain why you set the price low and to bring everybody at the same time. What happened?

What happens is exactly what you guys say. When you place it low, people, realtors, investors, if they see something and they know it’s a good deal, they’re looking at it, they’re going to want to have more information. With them being able to come out to the property, they look at something and say, “That’s a nice deal. That’s priced pretty right. I know that area, X, Y, and Z.”

They come out to the property and they see a lot of other people there. There’s no time for them to put on their investor hat and say, “I’m offering you $79,000, but my max is $86,000.” They don’t have time to do that because they see everybody there at the same time. They’re going to give me what it is. The majority of the time, they’re going to not try to play hardball with you because there’s a lot of interest there.

What this is born from is an auction. Within the auction, especially with real estate, they’re going to set an opening bid. If it’s a low opening bid, you’re going to get a lot of people to bid. What happens when a mob of people gets in front and wants the same thing? They start competing a little bit more. That’s the mentality of it and it’s powerful. On that deal, what did you guys net?


You got it at $76,000 and sold it for $86,000

We sold it for $84,000 because we had already sent the contract. Ten minutes later, we got an offer for $86,000. I’m like, “We probably could have gone all the way to $90,000, maybe.”

You better believe that I let that buyer know we had an offer for $2,000 more and we accepted his.

What did you make on it?


Talk to me moving forward. Talk to me about the pipeline. Talk to me about how you guys worked together. Who does what here?

Brent, it’s been amazing. I talk about us vaguely before the program. Me and Terone’s relationship, honestly, happened organically. Me and him were doing deals. He got married and during that time, there was a lot going on with him as well. I’m like, “We’re still doing deals and we’re still developing our relationship.” At the beginning of the year, I’m like, “Let’s try it out. Let’s go in together. Everything works well. We do most of our deals together anyway.” He’ll find something and I’m a part of it. I find something and he’s a part of it.

We decided to be more in a mindset of like, “Let’s try to scale this. Let’s try to make this a full-out business.” Terone already had some experience with this. He told me about how to pull stuff from the county list. Honestly, he told me about Wholesaling Inc., so I started watching it. He said, “This is the program we need to get into. This is what we need to do.” We’ve been talking about this for months.

I called Terone and I said, “Terone, let’s do wholesale. Let’s just do it.” He was like, “We can. Let’s do maybe another deal.” I said, “Let’s just do it and let’s see what comes out of it.” It helps our mindset to understand the infrastructure to build to be able to have consistency. We started middle of January 2018, to now. We had that deal and we closed two deals. Those were $10,500.

That one was $8,000. We closed another one for $8,000 and then another one for $2,500. We have a pending one at $6,000 that’ll close. We got one under contract in the pipeline that’s possibly going to make us $10,000 as well.

How’d you find those deals?

This is all TTP.

Talking to people and wholesaling go together. Anything else is more of a mindset.

We have one that was a referral.

Who are you guys calling for those deals? What list?

We call absentee owners. Another deal that we closed was with an absentee owner as well.

Owner occupant, we’re calling.

I’m trying to think where the deals came from. Two of them, for sure, was absentee owner. The other one was a referral that we had.

Since then, going through the TTP program, starting for you guys to get on the phones, having somebody else do it, but not being effective. Was that 60-something days? It’s four deals? Is that right?


You’re warming up.

We had two deals prior to this that was about $5,000. We did that pretty much when we first got into TTP. We closed both of those and then we had pipelines starting to build. It takes about 30, 60, or 90 days. Brent, I had a guy call me out of nowhere and say, “I have somebody that I can refer you to.” I don’t even remember talking to him. When you put one foot in front of the other, it will come.

I had two appointments. One, we got under contract. That’s more of a different type of deal, ground street, from where you’re subject to. We’re still more on that and we’re getting a lot more familiar with that whole process. Two of my appointments were those. I had two. One, me and Terone had to talk about running the numbers and see if we could lock it up. We’re going to lock it up. It’s all love. We have a pipeline going. We’ve got one that closed. We’ve got one that we got under contract. It should at least be between 20 and 30 people.

They’re only going to get bigger and bigger.

That’s one thing we’ve seen. Our assignments are getting a lot bigger than what we were getting before, 100%.

One, you’re building a buyer database. Two, I guarantee you, you’re being stronger in anchoring lower on those prices with the homeowners. Those two things combined took me in Phoenix from $5,000 a deal to $12,000 to now $21,000 a deal. It’s those two things, cash buyer database and anchoring low on price. You guys are going. The momentum’s going.

It’s been huge. We’re over $30,000 since we’ve been in the program. It’s been huge for us.

It’s just getting started. Omari said, “I’m going to be on that podcast next month.”

He kept talking about it, “60 days.”

WI 268 | Wholesaling Partnerships

Wholesaling Partnerships: When a mob of people gets in front and wants the same thing, they compete a little bit more.


Brent, remember I was talking to you. This is a fun fact. I DJ. I was talking to you. Skylar ended up calling me and I was talking to him about it. I said, “Trust me. We’re going to get into the program. I’m busy today. I can do it tomorrow or Monday.”

I ended up talking to you and you were like, “Omari, come on. What are you doing? You might as well get into the program. It’s going to be a complete 180 change for you. I can tell you got what it takes. Go ahead and invest in yourself.” You’ve got to see it blossoming. It’s been beautiful. I told Terone, “We’re doing it.” I made the decision. We’re grateful.

I’m grateful to work with you guys. You guys are a huge example. This is one of the best podcasts that I’ve ever done. I want to thank you. If people want to reach out to you, is there a way to find you? Maybe on Instagram, Facebook, or email. What do you guys prefer?

I’m on Facebook, Terone Johnson. People can reach out to me through email. My email is They can reach out to me directly. I’m happy to answer any questions and help you. I’m looking to give any tips or anything that anyone needs. It doesn’t matter what market you’re in, I’ll try to help you out, for sure.

For me, on Facebook, it’s Omari Heflin. On Instagram, @OSpeaks. Those are probably the two best ways social media-wise. You can send me an email, but it would, honestly, be better on social media.

If you’re in Indianapolis, reach out to these guys. If you have a deal that you’re having trouble selling or you’re wondering if it even is a deal, remember we start out in this business. The hardest thing is deal or no deal. Is this a deal or is this not a deal? The second hardest is how big of a deal is it? You guys leaned on and got good help from Brett Snodgrass. He’s been doing a ton of business. You guys are in that position to be able to help.

If you’re in Indianapolis reading this, reach out to them through those means. Connect and build your network. Guys, it’s phenomenal. Great job. You guys are the best. I appreciate you guys. I hope that your Boilermakers win.

It’s going down to the wire as we’re talking.

You’re on this show. That’s how dedicated he is. If you’re looking to take your business to the next level, if you’re looking to join, meet, and be in a network with these guys, incredible people around the country, go to Don’t mess around like Omari did and wait a bunch of times. Just jump right in, get in, and get connected. I’d love to work with you personally. Until next time, I love you. See you later.


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About Brent Daniels

483Brent Daniels is a multi-million dollar wholesaler in Phoenix, Arizona… and the creator of “Talk To People” — a simple, low-cost, and incredibly effective telephone marketing program… Also known as “TTP”… it helps wholesalers do more, bigger, and more profitable deals by replacing traditional paid advertising (postcards, yellow letters, bandit signs, and PPC) with being proactive and taking action every single day!

Brent has personally coached over 1,000 wholesalers enrolled in his “Cold Calling Mastery” training, and helped 10,000’s of others who listen to him host the Wholesaling Inc. podcast, watch his YouTube channel, and attend his live events…

A natural leader, Brent combines his passion for helping others with his high energy, and “don’t-wait-around-for-business” attitude to help you CRUSH your wholesaling goals as quickly and easily as possible!

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