Posted on: July 11, 2019

Do you find the idea of making 6 figures within your first year in business too farfetched? Not when you’re in the wholesaling business and doing TTP!

Jasper Cool is a driven 21-year-old From Raleigh, North Carolina. The former basketball star turned rockstar rhino runs a thriving wholesaling business and has so far earned a whopping $141,000 in less than a year!

If you’re wondering how Jasper made it all happen, you’re in luck! In today’s episode, he candidly shared the techniques that has helped him make over 6 figures in his first year alone.

The young and inspiring go-giver also shared plenty of wholesaling gold nuggets in today’s episode, so make sure you have a pen and paper handy!

Key Takeaways

  • How he found wholesaling
  • What his daily schedule is like
  • Number of hours he spends on the phone everyday to ensure he is constantly adding to his pipeline
  • Strategy he uses so he stays productive
  • His main market right now
  • Why doing follow-ups is crucial
  • The lists he’s currently focusing on
  • Total amount he has earned since he first started
  • Marketing strategies he has tried
  • His current pipeline
  • Books he recommends
  • His advice to those who would like to get into wholesaling


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Episode Transcription

Brent Daniels: Here we go again, and this is the Wholesaling Inc. Podcast, this is the Rhino Tribe. This is going out to everybody in Rhino Nation. This podcast, I am telling you it is an absolute delight to be on here each and every week. I am your host, Brent Daniels, and this is the number one podcast when it comes to learning how to wholesale real estate.
I am absolutely so enthusiastic and filled with energy today because on this podcast I have a young man that has been growing and scratching and clawing and being consistent in his business. He started just being very, very, very disciplined every single morning getting into the same routine so that he could be as successful as possible. Build up his lead pipeline as robust as possible, and now he’s really seeing the fruits of that labor.
He’s getting into an office and a high rise. He’s in Raleigh, North Carolina. I want to welcome Jasper cool to the Wholesaling Inc. Podcast. Say hello, Jasper.

Jasper Cool: Hey guys, what’s going on? I’m honored to be here, Brent. I’m excited to get into it.

Brent Daniels: Hey man, I am excited that you’re on here. I mean this is really, we chatted a little bit before the podcast. We’re kind of getting an idea of exactly how to provide the most value on this recording. If you’re watching this on the YouTube channel it’s Brent Daniel’s Real Estate or if you’re just listening to the audio in your car or at the gym or driving around, this one is going to be absolutely bananas. But Jasper tell us a little bit about yourself.

Jasper Cool: Yeah man, so I just turned 21 like Brad said, I’m in the Raleigh-Durham market. Stumbled across real estate last summer, probably around July. I was actually, I was training probably from freshman year in high school, to go play pro basketball, that was the goal. And so it was just like every day, every morning I’d work out before school, go to school, practice after school, all that stuff.
And I played for a prep school after high school and I got the opportunity actually to try out for a pro league team in Ireland. And actually got the offer to play pro for that team, came back home, had my wisdom teeth taken out and it kind of changed my mindset a little bit because I was just laying on the couch. I couldn’t work out which is what I was doing for so many years.
And I started surfing YouTube and I kind of came across wholesaling. I don’t know by mistake I guess, but since then I jumped in, I started listening to Wholesaling Inc. Podcasts and they pretty much taught me almost everything I needed to know at least to get my first deal. And then once I was getting ready to get that first deal, I signed up for TTP. And I guess the rest is kind of history from there.

Brent Daniels: I love it. I love it, man. Well, it’s interesting, a lot of people find it… I always find it really interesting how people find out about this business because it truly is, it’s a life changing business. It really, it can happen so quickly, but it does take consistency and I think knowing that you were an athlete, knowing that you have that like athlete’s mentality when it comes to this business, I think it’s very similar to why a lot of people in the military gravitate towards wholesaling or towards a TTP.
The TTP program is because it’s the law of cause and effect. You’re doing all these things, taking all these actions here and the big things happen on the other end, the big effects happen. So are you still playing basketball? Are you still, are you spending time being an athlete, being a 21 year old, being a entrepreneur? Like how does your schedule work?

Jasper Cool: I pretty much dropped basketball when I came across wholesaling and I just, I don’t know, it just seems too good to be true. So I decided why not try it out, and I pretty much stopped playing for at least like three or four months. I still play here and there like just for fun. But yeah, pretty much all day long it’s just wholesaling real estate now. So yeah.

Brent Daniels: Then what does your schedule look like now? You’re 21, you’ve got the world by its tail, the tiger by its tail. What do you do? What is your weekly schedule look like?

Jasper Cool: Yeah, yeah, so Monday through Friday, Saturday and Sunday too, I try to wake up early, probably in between 5:00 and 6:00 every day. After I get up I just get some water, get some food, and then I try to hit the gym at least a few times a week still. Just try to keep in shape and, and then after that I’m usually reading for 30 minutes, maybe a little bit longer, reading a good book every day.
And then I’m just going over my daily schedule for wholesaling so that when I get to the office I can hit the ground running. And like I was saying earlier, I’m trying to get at least two hours of calls in every day, Monday through Friday, just so I’m making sure to fill up that pipeline like you guys always talk about. And then after that for the afternoon, there’s usually appointments lined up and if not, I’m trying to drive for dollars every day too.
So that takes up a good majority of the afternoon. And if there’s still time left in the day, I usually stop calling around 7:00, 7:30 but if there’s still time in the day after I hit appointments and drive for dollars and stuff, then I’ll probably make an hour or two more of calls and then I’ll call it a day.

Brent Daniels: I love it. I remember when I first started out, Jasper, I’m telling you very, very, very, very similar schedule. 9:00 to 12:00 every single day, making calls, quick lunch, lead follow up after that. And then I was either on appointments or I was Driving for Dollars, that was it. No, I had from 9:00 to 6:00 mapped out every Monday through Friday, no doubt about it.
It was done and it’s a long day. When you’re really… it’s interesting, a lot of people say that they work 40 hours a week or 50 hours a week or 60 hours a week and I get it. But when you’re like literally talking to that many people for like three straight hours and then you’re doing followup for another hour and then you’re driving around trying to go to houses and appointments and Driving for Dollars, it’s like a real work day.
It’s like really putting it in. And it’s interesting because you feel like it’s like that slow build up, that slow build up and then all of a sudden things start popping off and start going really, really fast. But you feel like you’re just shoveling and shoveling and shoveling and shoveling, and then finally, you hit gold type of thing. You know what I mean? And then you keep being consistent and you keep it up.
And I think that’s the hardest part. I think one of the hardest parts is, and I played college sports. I played college football. You went on and played after high school. I mean you were in that athletic thing. I think there’s something to be said about… you have this set schedule, you have to be a practice this time, you have to do these certain things. Like it’s something that it’s already like kind of programed?

Jasper Cool: It is, yeah.

Brent Daniels: Is that how you stay consistent with your phone prospecting with your TTP?

Jasper Cool: Oh definitely. Definitely. And what you’re just talking about too, just mapping out your days like 9:00 to 6:00, that’s something I started, like you said playing basketball. I used to, because when you’re in high school, that’s like seven, eight hours of your day right there just in class. So then you really got to map out your day if you wanted to get your practice time in because you want to practice with the team and you want to work out on your own though.
So yeah, that’s something I started back when I was playing basketball, just having a notebook and every night before I went to bed, I’ll just write out my schedule almost hour-by-hour for the next day. And that’s the same thing that I do now in a wholesaling. I try to plan out every hour of my day so I can stay productive.

Brent Daniels: Yeah. Well, it’s crazy too because when I was in that schedule, I had peers and people that I knew and people that I saw all the time, whether they be real estate agents or investors or whatever. And they were like, Brent, I don’t understand how you run this thing and you’re like home every day at a certain time and you’re starting every day. And they’re like, I’m at appointments until 8:30 at night and I have to work on the weekends and I have to do all this stuff.
And I said, it’s because I’m reaching out to them. I’m not waiting for them to reach out to me. It really does affect your schedule. It really does affect your freedom essentially when you’re the one being so proactive that you’re reaching out and you’re not waiting for people to call you and having the anxiety of you never know when it’s going to happen. It was a great schedule and it started building up and building up and it’s just phenomenal.

Jasper Cool: Yeah, it is.

Brent Daniels: So tell me about your business now. Where do you guys focus on? Where’s your main market?

Jasper Cool: Yeah, so the main market is actually Raleigh-Durham area, and that’s pretty much all we are right now. I know a lot of people branch out and do virtual, but I just think it’s better to dominate your own market first before you branch out. And I don’t think we’re at that point yet. So yeah, right now it’s just myself still making all the calls and I hired on my girlfriend as a lead manager and she’s just making sure all my followups are taken care of.
So when I’m calling on Mojo, I just enter a followup, put her name under it, and I know it’s going to get done. So that’s a real weight off my chest just right there because… you talk about staying consistent and that was one of the things that I wasn’t very consistent in. I get caught up in the day, I make the calls, then I’d have an appointment, then I didn’t want to drive for dollars and it’s like then the followups, oh I’ll do it tomorrow.

Brent Daniels: Yeah.

Jasper Cool: If you wait a week or two, that deal might be gone. So I think it’s probably the most important part of the business is followup. And so that’s why I hired that out first. But yeah, it’s just me and her rocking and rolling right now and looking to grow definitely. But we’ve got a pretty good thing going on right now, so.

Brent Daniels: That’s awesome and it is amazing. Lead followup is always the thing that gets steamrolled by all the other distractions or all the other things in your schedule. It’s crazy. I have people all the time, I just can’t do my lead follow up. I’m like, you called them cold, now you have a conversation, now they know you. They want you to call them. And you’re not going to call them.
And I think what happens is in our head, we fear that they’re going to tell us no. We fear that they’re going to say, you know what, I changed my mind. You know what I mean? You have to change that. Everybody listening, you want to get there fast. The worst, yes and no are the best responses, maybe or sometime in the future, are the worst because you keep them in your lead followup, get rid of them.
A lot of people fear doing their followup because they’re so worried that people are going to tell them that they don’t want to sell or they won’t take the offer or whatever else. But if you’re consistently adding new prospects every single day, week, month, you are going to have a fantastic year because you’re going to actually work with people that will do business with you.
Everybody else get rid of them. So focus on your lead followup. Get rid of all the people that don’t want to do business with you and move on and find new people. So I think it’s absolutely huge. So you have your girlfriend doing that?

Jasper Cool: Right, yeah.

Brent Daniels: And I see a lot of people do that, Jasper. I think it’s a really natural thing that says, you know what, I’ll hunt, you gather.

Jasper Cool: Yeah.

Brent Daniels: Somebody else picks up this relationship and they say to themselves, this is my new relationship I have to introduce, I have to nurture this. As opposed to… it’s a different expectation. That’s why I tell people that they need to be dumb in this business. Don’t hallucinate and think you know what’s going to go on with the seller. Just pick up the phone and talk to them. That’s it. It’s that simple.

Jasper Cool: Yeah, it is.

Brent Daniels: So that’s what she does. So you call them, you get the lead, you pass it off to her and what happens then?

Jasper Cool: And then she’s just following up with them until it gets to the point where an appointment happens. And then I’m still going on all of those myself. I’ll bring her along now to try and show her the ropes of course. But yeah, it’s still me going on the acquisitions appointments.

Brent Daniels: Awesome. Awesome. And what are your best lists that you’re calling? What the lists that you focus on?

Jasper Cool: Yeah, so for me it’s probably, I don’t know, 80%, 90% Driving for Dollars right now because when I was first starting, I did absentee high equity, I did the absentee [inaudible 00:12:21], I did all the blanket lists and I feel like it kind of tired them out. I mean my market’s not huge so I got a few deals from the lists, no doubt, but since then it’s been Driving for Dollars and I’ve also been pulling vacant lists. That’s been a good list for me as well. So yeah, just those two pretty much.

Brent Daniels: Where do you pull vacant lists from?

Jasper Cool: Vacant lists, it’s actually my friend, Mike Coulborn, for you guys listening, you can find him on Facebook if you just search that name, Mike Coulborn. And I think he’s out in San Diego, but he’s got access somehow to vacant lists nationwide and, and he gets it to us for five cents a record. So pretty much can’t be beat.

Brent Daniels: Awesome. How do you spell his last name?

Jasper Cool: Last name is C-O-U-L-B-O-R-N and first name Mike. So yeah, for everyone listening, give him a holler on Facebook-

Brent Daniels: Mike, he’s hooking you up, get ready buddy. Get ready. Here it comes a lot of DMs. Well, anyway, that’s awesome. That’s a really great resource. Five cents an address, there can’t be a tremendous amount, so it should be able to fit in a lot of people’s budgets. So that’s awesome. I know a lot of times people get access to vacant properties through the post office.

Jasper Cool: Right.

Brent Daniels: Non-deliverable mail, can’t do anything, that type of thing. So maybe he’s got access to that and can tap you into that. What else? So you’re literally making these calls yourself. So let’s set this up for everybody so that we can peel open your brain a little bit. So it sounds worse than it is, but it’s eight… you say you may call us from 9:00 to 11:00?

Jasper Cool: Yeah.

Brent Daniels: Okay, it’s 8:45, what are you doing? It’s right before you’re making calls.

Jasper Cool: Yep. I’m just getting everything set up on my desk. Got my laptop open, I’ve got my headset, I’ve just got a little Bluetooth headset that I got on Amazon, like 20 bucks. But I think it makes a difference rather than like having it on speaker phone or holding the phone up to your ear. So I get that on and got my laptop up. I choose whatever list I’m going to dial first. I’ll just run through my notebook because I make notes while I’m calling in my notebook and I type them up later. I just like that better.

Brent Daniels: I get it, yep.

Jasper Cool: Yeah, so I’m going over my notebook just to see if I have any notes on this list already because obviously we’re calling through multiple times. And now I’m just logging into the Power Dollar and clicking start. Simple as that pretty much.

Brent Daniels: It is. And I’m really pushing this a lot and I think I did a Facebook live or a video on YouTube saying that, get rid of all distractions. You need to have it set up so that it is so easy for you to start because they say if it takes 20 seconds, just 20 seconds to do something and all of a sudden it’s a huge wall preventing you from doing it.
And I see this all the time when it comes to people making their calls is they’re like, well, I need to be able to upload my list and then I need to organize it and then I’ll make calls. You already have your list in there, you review your notes and like you say, you simply press start and you’re rocking… you’re having conversations now.

Jasper Cool: Yeah, yeah, exactly, man. And yeah, I think what you were just saying is people are waiting to upload their list, I do all that stuff the night before.

Brent Daniels: Of course.

Jasper Cool: When you talk about preparing for the day because you’re not making calls at 9:00 PM anyways, so might as well knock out your list, get it all ready so that when it’s 8:45, you’re ready to go at 9:00.

Brent Daniels: Yeah. It’s like in that book, The Happiness Advantage, he talks about if you want to workout in the morning, like right when you wake up in the morning and get going, have your shoes right next to your bed, like literally fall asleep in your workout clothes so that all you have to do is slide your feet in, you’re out the door.
If there’s that 20 seconds to hesitate, I mean that’s the same thing, very similar to making calls. You have all these things that are helping you to avoid making those calls or prevent you or push you off from pressing the start button. In the mornings, I’m telling you guys, this is so key in the mornings, the sooner you can press go on it, the quicker you can press go on it, the more successful you’re going to be.
Because you’re going to be consistent and nothing’s going to stop you from going. It’s science, I’m telling you, it’ll absolutely work. So let’s talk about it and let’s break down a deal for people here. Well, let’s do this first because I am so impressed on you’re 21 from last August to joining TTP to now you’ve done a phenomenal amount of business and just for yourself.
This isn’t a team, you’re not splitting this with anybody. This is your income. Maybe some with your girlfriend now, but you’re going to share that anyway. So from August to now, how much money have you made from picking up the phone TTPing and closing deals?

Jasper Cool: Yeah, so we made a little bit over $140,000. I think it’s 141,000 and some change. I was doing the numbers this morning, but I don’t have it in front of me. But yeah, it’s crazy to make that kind of money.

Brent Daniels: Hold on a second. Here we go. 140,000 plus, you’re 21 years old. What’s the most that you’ve made? That’s crazy. The most that you’ve made in a year was probably a lot less than that. Doing other job, playing basketball or whatever.

Jasper Cool: Yeah, before… when I was playing basketball, I was waiting tables at night and I was training and playing games during the day. I made, before I joined teaching TTP, I made 18,000 and some change waiting tables. And in my first month after joining the program, I made more than that. It’s just crazy, man. It’s like you always say, it’s just like a cash machine and it’s almost like robbing a bank sometimes, how it feels like.

Brent Daniels: It is. But you’ve said… You’ve been really smart, you’ve kept it really, really, really simple. You’ve tried other things. Tell me about some of the other marketing that you tried or different strategies that you’ve tried to… this whole business comes down, the whole wholesaling, the whole sourcing opportunities comes down to one thing and that’s having quality conversations with distress property owners.
Now you can have that by getting referrals from other people that know that you’re the guy or gal. You can get it from marketing where you pay money for them to call you or you can be proactive and call them. Now you have tried different… all of these strategies work, all these are phenomenal for building up your business. It just depends on where you’re at in your business and what you want to do and what your budget is. What have you tried?

Jasper Cool: Yeah, so I started cold calling just because that’s all my budget was permitting at the time. When I first started, I didn’t even have $150 for Mojo Dialer. So I was just hand dialing everybody and using a free skip trace provider online. So, but yeah, since then I’ve tried doing a mail with DealMachine, and don’t get me wrong, it’s an awesome app, but I think just the budget for mail is always going to be larger than the budget for cold calling.
And for me personally, it’s like my team is right now just myself and one other person. I’d rather keep it lean, keep the budget lean, keep the team lean and just take home more money rather than make more money. So yeah. So I’ve tried to mail with DealMachine. I’ve tried to do a little bit of SEO on my care website, but it always just comes back to cold calling. I think it’s just the best marketing channel there is.

Brent Daniels: You and me both. Yeah, that is awesome. So you’re making the calls every single morning. You’re getting new leads, they’re going through. How’s your pipeline now? Now that it’s what, August, September, October, November, January, February, March, April, May, June. So we’re 10 months in. How’s your pipeline?

Jasper Cool: It’s great man. It’s great. I’ve got her following up with probably five to 10 people a day now. And most of those people are the people that are like, Hey, call me back in a couple months. But then they started to trickle in right when you’re following up with them. The deals started, okay, now I’m ready to sell, now I’m ready to sell. So yeah, right now on the board for June, we got two deals already set to close and I’ve got four more that should be locked up this month and probably sell this month too. So see I’m really excited for that, man.

Brent Daniels: I love it. I love it. And how often is it that you call somebody and they’re ready to go now versus somebody that takes a couple of weeks, a month, two months? Like what’s the average time it usually takes you with making these calls? So to actually getting paid.

Jasper Cool: Yeah, yeah, so I think I broke it down. It’s over 60 days for me on average, I think I’ve had two deals so far where the person’s like, okay, I’m ready to sell now. Like we set an appointment for the same day, the next day, and I close it like in the next two, three weeks. I think I had two of those deals. So yeah, the majority of these people are going to be at least following up with for a couple of weeks, maybe a couple of months, and then, and then you’re going to get them on a contract and then you’re going to close them.

Brent Daniels: Have you had any that it was like, you call them that day, you’d go to their house that day, you sign the contract that day?

Jasper Cool: I did have one, yeah. My second deal actually got very, very lucky. Actually, I was Driving for Dollars and, and I pulled over on the side of the road right after I saw her house. And I called her up with this number. I used when I was first starting out, it’s just a free service. I mean the numbers aren’t always accurate, but [inaudible 00:21:10] take a swing at it.

Brent Daniels: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Jasper Cool: Yeah. When I used to Drive for Dollars, I used to literally pull over on the spot and just try the numbers that came up for the person. So yeah, that deal, I actually pulled over my car on the side of the road, gave her a call, went through the spiel and we set an appointment for the very next day and I locked that up. And then went through the whole process and everything ended up making 13,000 and I think $600 on that one.

Brent Daniels: I love it.

Jasper Cool: It’s crazy. And it’s like you always say you’re just one phone call away.

Brent Daniels: One call. One call that’s it. We called somebody literally on Saturday and they said, “Come over right now, I’ve got another guy coming. If you can give me an offer before he comes here, it’s yours. I didn’t really like him on the phone. I like you guys.” We went to the appointment, we locked it up, signed it while the guy is knocking on the door.
The seller signed it while the guy’s knocking on the door. And I’m not kidding you, Jasper, this will be at least minimum, they signed up for $60,000, I can probably sell it tomorrow for $150,000. $150,000. $90,000. $80,000, I’m telling you. But from that one call, I’m telling you, this happens every quarter to us. We get a big deal where we stay consistent. I’ve had the same callers in Costa Rica making these calls for two years. They know what they’re doing. It’s consistency. It’s all it is. Consistency, lead followup, be kind, be optimistic. You know what I mean? Have certainty, have likeability and that’s it. This business is easy. Yeah.

Jasper Cool: Yeah.

Brent Daniels: Yeah.

Jasper Cool: I think one tries to over complicated when that’s all it boils down to. No matter what marketing channel that you’re using, the people are going to call you, you’re going to have to have a quality conversation with someone who wants to sell and then you’re going to have to lock it up.

Brent Daniels: Here’s the thing, I think some people, certain people, especially people that are drawn to be entrepreneurs, want to be considered genius. Genius, I always thought that that was so cool as a young man like you, I was like, oh, I want to be a G, yeah, that’s it a prodigy of whatever, all this stuff. And as I got older and realized the dumber I was, the more money I made.
Literally, talk to people, be nice to them, followup with them, show up and that’s it. It’s that simple. There’s nothing, there’s no elaborate app and tech and all this other thing that you need to do. You just talk to them. Everybody else can figure that out. Bring it to my business, we’ll use it like DealMachine like you were talking about and we’ll just talk to them. That’s it. That’s what this business is.

Jasper Cool: Yeah.

Brent Daniels: It’s phenomenal. Jasper, give me a book. Give me a book that you’ve read that you like or that you’re reading now, something that’s putting all that, those good thoughts into your head?

Jasper Cool: Oh man, that’s a tough question because I hear everybody saying very similar books. Like I’m a big fan of The Go-Giver or Spiritual Laws. I wanted to come on here and say a book that I haven’t heard before they go and, and so it’s The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. I don’t know if you’ve heard of that one, but I read that a while back and it’s just a really quick read, simple read.
But it comes down to the four agreements, which are be impeccable with your word, be honest. Do your best in everything you’re doing. Don’t take anything personally, which really helps for our business and make assumptions, which again, directly translates to wholesaling. So those are four great agreements as to just to live by and a lot of your business around. So yeah, everybody pick up that book.

Brent Daniels: I love it. You’re incredible, incredible young man. I love it. So you speak now, it’s everybody starting out. Everybody that like you stumbled across YouTube, stumbled across this podcast, stumbled across… what is the bridge now that they need to take from hearing this message? Understanding being convinced that wholesaling is the way to go, to actually getting a deal, what would you say to them?

Jasper Cool: Yeah, it’s just taking action man. Because when I first started in wholesaling, it’s like you were just talking about I was dumb. I had no idea. Like the whole pro, I didn’t even know what to do after I got a contract. I didn’t have an attorney, I didn’t have anything. So I think a lot of people get on YouTube University these days because there’s so much content out there and they just get paralyzed with all the information.
And so I think just watch one video and then immediately take action on that video. And then once you see a result, come back and watch another one and take action on that. I think it’s just your guys want progress, not perfection, but you can’t be repurposed if you’re not really going to be there. So, yeah, I think that’s what I would say to anybody new out there is just go for it. Just take action.

Brent Daniels: I love it. And people that want to connect with you, people that want to network with you, what’s the best way for them to find you or communicate with you?

Jasper Cool: Yeah. Yeah. I’m on Instagram just my first name, Jasper, J-A-S-P-E-R, last name, C-O-O-L, and an underscored. That’s my Instagram add name. And I’ll drop my cell phone on you too. It’s (919) 282-2412. So anybody want to reach out to me, just shoot me a text first so I’ll answer your phone call if you’re calling. But yeah, anybody new who just wants some help, wants some direction, I’m not going to give you a bunch of fluff, but I’ll tell you what to do if you need any help. So yeah, either one of those channels reach out to me anytime.

Brent Daniels: Well, get ready man. Get ready. [Taj 00:26:16] did the same thing and his phone melted for like a week. Anyway guys, phenomenal. Jasper, thank you so much for being on here sharing your story. Being just starting in August to now staying focused, staying consistent, having that athlete mentality, that work like mentality to have a good regimen and schedule I think is the absolute critical.
It’ll jump you to the front of the line when it comes to progression in this business. Guy’s, he mentioned the DealMachine App, you can definitely download that. We use it in my company. Jasper uses it as well. If you put in the code TTP, you get it $9 cheaper, which is, I don’t know, $120 bucks over the year, so check it out. If you’re interested in joining the most proactive group in real estate, it is the TTP program.
Go to That’s Scroll down, check out what it’s about. Check out the testimonials. If in your gut, it feels good, signup for a call. We’d love to talk to you and I’d love to work with you personally. So until next time guys, I encourage you to talk to people, see ya, love ya.

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