Posted on: January 13, 2020

Is it possible to work two hours a day and earn enough to just stay at home and be a full-time mom? In the wholesaling world, it is!

Today’s guest is rockstar wholesaler, real estate investor, public speaker, and doting mom of 5, Shaneka Lene’. A recognized knowledge broker, Shaneka is also the creator of the W.I.R.E.D (Women in Real Estate Dominating) Conference. What’s even more impressive? She’s running a thriving wholesaling business while being a full-time mom!

To date, Shaneka has already closed over 20 deals. Fortunately, from the unique way she structured a specific deal down to the game-changing book she has read, she shared it all. You’ll surely learn new and interesting wholesaling insights and tips in today’s episode, so don’t miss it!

Key Takeaways

  • What her first deal was like
  • What a bandit sign is
  • Why honesty is key in wholesaling
  • Where she finds homeowners willing to sell at a discount
  • The number one way of finding deals she swears by
  • How she drives for dollars with the kids in tow
  • Areas she drives through
  • What the conversation was like when she talked to one of the sellers over the phone
  • What transactional funding is
  • The unique way she structured a deal she did
  • Game-changing book she recommends
  • How people can get in touch with her

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Episode Transcription

Tom Krol:
Hey guys, welcome to another exciting episode of Wholesaling Inc. I am super excited about my guest today because we are changing the premise of the show. We are going to start collecting HUD’s from all of our guests. So we have the actual documentation. These are vetted guests. We know what they’ve done and we’re going to review their deal. I am super, super excited about that. Today I have a very special guest Shaneka Lene, aka Sis, who is a wholesaling rockstar. We are going to be finding out about one of her deals. How did she find it? How did she exit from it? How much did she make? And it’s very exciting because we have the documentation to back that up. So that’s really, really great.

Tom Krol:
And if you don’t know what wholesaling is, wholesaling is very simply the art of consistently finding discounted properties. If you can get good at finding discounted properties, you can achieve financial freedom. Really excited to be with you here today. So without further ado, let’s get right to the meat and potatoes. We’re going to hold Sis’s feet to the fire. We are going to ask her what she did so that you can repeat it so that you can implement it, that you can go out there and do a deal today. So Sis, are you there with me?

Shaneka Lene:
I’m here. Tom. I’m here. Good morning.

Tom Krol:
Good morning. All right. I love it. You guys, it’s a beautiful Florida day and I know Sis is in North Carolina. What’s the weather up North?

Shaneka Lene:
It’s freezing.

Tom Krol:
Come down to Florida. It is an absolutely gorgeous day today. Palm trees are in the breeze. I love it. Well it’s great to talk with you. I’m going to put you in the hot seat so that other people can experience your success. But before we drill down to the actual deal, can you just quickly tell me a little bit about yourself and who you are and how you got started in real estate?

Shaneka Lene:
Absolutely. So again, my name is Shaneka Lene. I’m so honored to be on the number one wholesaling podcast in the country with the number one guy. Tom Krol, I’m so excited and honored.

Tom Krol:
Thank you.

Shaneka Lene:
So I got started in wholesaling officially last year. I did my first deal in August of last year.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
And I say officially because I actually got started several years ago, well I tried to get started several years ago. I actually to your mentor’s course, your mentor, rich dad, Robert Kiyosaki.

Tom Krol:
Okay. Oh, Robert Kiyosaki.

Shaneka Lene:
That’s when I first started learning about real estate as I read Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Absolutely.

Tom Krol:
Beautiful.

Shaneka Lene:
Oh my God, it was life changing.

Tom Krol:
Yeah.

Shaneka Lene:
So I started learning about it then and researching and things of that nature, but I never really could commit to it fully up until last year. So last year I did my first deal and it’s been on and popping ever since. I’ve closed a little over, I think 20 deals working part time. I’m a full time stay at home mom of five children. So I do this part time, work in a couple of hours a day. So I’m not out here. I’m not one of those six figure a month earners. However, I am able to earn enough where I’m able to stay at home with my children. So to me that fits my lifestyle and I’m able to do that and not have to work outside of the home and I can be involved in my children’s lives.

Tom Krol:
I mean that is phenomenal. I love it. So five kids. I have five kids too. I love that. And I just got to, before we go onto your actual deal review today and how you found it and all that good stuff, just tell me this, you started a long time ago, but you didn’t do your first deal until August. And you’ve done it sounds like about 20 deals since then, which is actually, that’s a great, I mean that’s a life changing amount of deals. But I want to ask you, how did that happen? How did you do your first deal? Because a lot of people who are listening, they haven’t done a deal yet. They’re just getting started. Can you just kind of walk me through quickly a little bit about your first deal and how that, like what was the trigger that caused you to actually do it?

Shaneka Lene:
Absolutely. I just, I made a decision guys. I was like, this is it. I’m ready to do something. I always knew in my heart that I could do it. I knew in my heart I could do it. I knew that real estate was life changing. I knew that, that was the direction that I wanted to go and I made a decision. I gave myself 30 days. I put myself on a timer, 30 days to learn the information and go step by step and go through the information and start implementing. I did that. I got started. I put out bandit signs and within less than 48 hours, I got my first call from a bandit sign and I went and met the seller on an appointment. For those of you who may not be familiar, a bandit sign is simply one of those signs that you may see, we buy houses signs, your phone number, things like that. And so I went and met with the seller. He was an investor as well. So he kind of gave me a little bit of pushback. But I let them know straight up like, listen, this is what I’m trying to do, it’s my first deal. And because I was honest and up front with him, he was like, look, I’m going to give you a shot.

Tom Krol:
Oh guys, I just want, everybody should rewind this tape and listen because honesty is the best policy. Forget ethics and moral. Those are important, but that’s not what this is about. It’s the honesty that gave Sis the competence to do the deal and had the homeowner rooting for her. If she would have gone in there and acted as if, which is the worst advice ever given in real estate investing history is to act as if, which basically means lie. What happens is the homeowner would have lost confidence in her as she tried to lie her way through the meeting. Instead, she was open and honest. She built confidence. It cannot be overstated. Be honest with the sellers. Tell them what you’re doing. Yeah, or so liquid gold. I love it. All right. So obviously you did a great deal there. That is phenomenal. I love it. That is, I mean that one gold nugget alone is worth everything. But all right, let’s talk about the deal that you just did. First question I want to know is where did you find the homeowner? Because this is the number one question that everybody always has this, who are these people? Do the actually sell at a discount and why? So can you tell me where did you find the homeowner who was willing to sell at a discount?

Shaneka Lene:
Yes. I found this deal Driving for Dollars and I know, I get the question asked to me a lot like how are you finding these deals? And I think people are looking for some magic wand or something or some magic secret sauce. But for me, Driving for Dollars is the number one way I find deals guys, seriously.

Tom Krol:
Are you using DealMachine or any apps or anything like that?

Shaneka Lene:
I don’t use DealMachine. I’m sorry, I don’t use Deal Machine.

Tom Krol:
No, that’s fine. Don’t apologize to me. Apologize that David Lecko. He’s the one who owns it. But yeah, I mean, well if you guys do use DealMachine, we have a code. And Sis you could always try this too. It’s the cheapest version of DealMachine in the country. And when you sign up you use the code word tribe, and it gives you the lowest version of price for something we negotiate with David, our good friend. But okay, so when you’re driving for dollars, you don’t use it. So what do you use? You just write down the address and what are you looking for? So if somebody is going to go out today and do what you did, tell me how to do it.

Shaneka Lene:
Okay. So when I go out and most times like again, I’m a mom. So I have my children in the back and they’re back there, I give them snacks and I make it kind of like a treasure hunt for them too. So I’ve taught them how-

Tom Krol:
I love this.

Shaneka Lene:
Look for vacant properties too, like they’re trained, okay.

Tom Krol:
Sis you are a strong, powerful woman. I love it. Very cool. Very cool. That’s awesome.

Shaneka Lene:
We make this a whole family thing, like an adventure, a treasure hunt type of thing. And they’re back there and they have their, they have phones, my teenagers have phones and my younger ones have a notepad.

Tom Krol:
Sure.

Shaneka Lene:
So they’re back there with me and I’m looking for distressed properties. And when I say distressed, I mean a property with grass overgrown. Here in North Carolina, I’m not sure about every state, but when a property is vacant, the USPS will take the mailbox off of the home or remove it from in front of the home. So that’s a dead giveaway here, at least here.

Tom Krol:
So wait a second, what is it that they do?

Shaneka Lene:
They will remove the mailbox.

Tom Krol:
Like literally just take the mailbox off of the property.

Shaneka Lene:
Yeah, like the post may be up, like for the homes that have like an actual physical like mailbox with the wooden stake in the ground or metal pole in the ground or whatever. They’ll take the mailbox piece off of the top of it.

Tom Krol:
No way. I’ve never heard that before. That is key and probably a good way to figure out how to find a mailman to help you in that. But that’s really cool. All right, I like it. So that’s interesting.

Shaneka Lene:
Yes. I don’t know if a lot of people know that or not, but it’s something that I’ve noticed, that I’ve noticed as, like I said, I do this all the time. So it’s something that I’ve noticed consistently that you know the homes that have been deemed vacant, the mailboxes will be removed. So that’s a dead giveaway, here at least. Any type of property that has a city code violation. Here in my city where I am, they have a yellow, either a yellow sticker on the door or there’ll be a yellow sign in the yard. You can’t miss it. This bright yellow code violation of property that physically looks distressed, meaning there may be a tarp on the roof. It looks run down, it may be boarding up on the windows, things like that.

Tom Krol:
Now Sis, where are you actually driving? Because some people say, well I live in a very wealthy area and every home is worth over a million dollars. So do they go to a different area or do you just kind of go all over town or are you targeting specific like high rental areas or just do the whole city? If someone wants to get in their car today and do it, what area are you driving through?

Shaneka Lene:
Specifically for me to be honest guys, I drive in the areas that are close by or in proximity to or around my children’s school because that’s when I have time to do it.

Tom Krol:
Beautiful. I love that answer. Yeah, that’s so okay. Beautiful. Very cool. Okay, so you get in the car, you find 123 Main Street. It’s totally dilapidated, no mailbox. I love that. And there’s a yellow sticker on the door. What do you do at that point?

Shaneka Lene:
So one of two things may happen. Again, it depends on how much time I’m working with because sometimes I’ll go in between children’s after school activities. Okay. So I may have an hour or so. If that’s the case, if I have a short amount of time, I will compile my list and I will email that over to a VA that I found. And VA stands for virtual assistant. A virtual assistant that I found on Fiverr. I’ll send her my compiled list. I’ll send that to her and she will skip trace those addresses for and get me back with their phone numbers.

Tom Krol:
Okay, so this is so awesome. So you send it over to your virtual assistant. You go to Fiverr.com, right.

Shaneka Lene:
Yes.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So then for five bucks you or whatever it is, the VA will skip trace, which means she’ll put the number into some sort of a database and find the telephone numbers of the owners. So they’re finding who the owner is and then getting their phone number?

Shaneka Lene:
Yes. That’s correct.

Tom Krol:
Okay. Are you sending any mail or are you just cold calling?

Shaneka Lene:
No, I cold call.

Tom Krol:
Awesome.

Shaneka Lene:
I refuse to write mail.

Tom Krol:
Okay, perfect. So you cold call them. The owner picks up the phone or the owner’s sister. You eventually get the homeowner on the phone, I’d imagine. What the heck do you say to the homeowner? Like, who is this stranger calling me? What is that conversation like? Or take us through the deal that you just did. So how did that conversation go?

Shaneka Lene:
So the conversation with this particular gentleman, I called and I let them know, I was like, hey, his name was David. I think I could say it. Is that okay if I say his name?

Tom Krol:
Oh yeah, we don’t know the address, so it’s fine.

Shaneka Lene:
Okay.

Tom Krol:
Yeah.

Shaneka Lene:
Okay. Hi, and I talk to people like they’re expecting my call, like they know me and we’re friends and we know each other. Okay. So, hi Mr. David. How are you today? Well, hi, who is this? My name is Shaneka Lene. I am a local real estate investor and I was driving by your neighborhood and I came across a property that appeared to be vacant and I think it’s yours. The address is X, Y, Z, 123 Main Street. Is this your property? Yes it is. Well this particular property wasn’t vacant. I thought it was, but it wasn’t.

Tom Krol:
That’s a great sign.

Shaneka Lene:
Actually, it’s not vacant. Yeah. It’s not vacant. It does have a tenant in it. Oh, okay. Okay. He was like, was something wrong? Because a lot of times they don’t even, especially if they’re landlords, they may not go by the property as often.

Tom Krol:
Yep.

Shaneka Lene:
Does something look wrong? Oh no sir. No sir. It may have been a time of day that I was driving by. I was driving by during the time where they were probably at work and the lights were all off. So it may have just be in that type of situation. Oh, okay. Okay. So I said, well, are you interested in selling the properties? And I say properties because after we talked for a second, he let me know that the property that was right next to it was also his, and it was on the same tax deed. So he actually had two properties on the same tax deed that were beside each other.

Tom Krol:
Awesome. Okay. I love it. I love it. Yeah.

Shaneka Lene:
So he said, actually, I am looking to sell. I said wonderful. And I always ask this question guys, like I said, and when he said properties, he said he was looking to sell those properties. And I said, okay, well do you have other properties as well? Actually I do. I have a total of five.

Tom Krol:
Wow.

Shaneka Lene:
One of the properties he said that he was in negotiations with someone. But the other four that he was looking to sell those.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
Awesome. Awesome, Mr. David. If you could, could you give me the addresses of all of the properties? He gave me the addresses of all the properties and I asked him all the probing questions about the properties. How much are the tenants paying in rent, the ones that were occupied. Were there any major repairs needed? Asked him all the probing questions. And I did my due diligence and what have you. And I asked him to give me a little bit of time to do a little bit of further research and I would get back with him with an offer.

Tom Krol:
Got it.

Shaneka Lene:
So after we hung up, I use, I don’t know what your listening audience uses but I use PropStream.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So, let me ask you this, before we get into that, I just want to ask, did you ask him what he was asking for the properties while you were on the phone or you didn’t do that? I’m just curious.

Shaneka Lene:
I did, I did actually, I did Tom. I did ask him what he was looking to get for the properties. I did ask him that. He gave me a number and then I told them that give me a little bit of time. And that number you guys, it was 80,000 he wanted for the package. So I said give me a little bit of time and I’ll get back with him. So I went and researched each property and what I did was I looked at all of the details for the properties and I kind of know the area anyway, so I kind of knew about what they would post it for anyways.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
So I structured the deal so that I was able to give him, I wanted to give him an offer where I could wholesale three of the properties and keep one for myself, if that make sense?

Tom Krol:
Makes sense. I think, I mean, you’re like a total rock star. This whole call, like I don’t have to say anything. You just keep talking. This is awesome.

Shaneka Lene:
Okay. So what I did was I looked at, I looked in PropStream at the ARV or after repair value, and I looked at the comps in the area to just confirm what I already knew, that I could wholesale the properties at let’s say about 25,000 a piece and that would be a good wholesale deal for three of the properties. He had already asked that he wanted to get 80,000. So what I did was I made him an offer for 70. We agreed on 73 for four properties. So I knew that I could pretty much wholesale the three for 75, get a property for myself for free that I could keep for myself and then make a couple thousand on the deal.

Tom Krol:
So it’s three properties and the total assignment fee was how much?

Shaneka Lene:
So it was a total of four properties.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So it’s four properties. Okay. So I’m just writing this down. So four properties and then what was the total assignment fee? So you wholesale three of them, you assign three of them?

Shaneka Lene:
I assign three of them to one buyer. So what happened was, because I got them all on one contract.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
So I would have to, this is what I was advised, that I would have to wholesale them all to one seller, to one buyer, I’m sorry, to one buyer. Or if I did them individually, then I would have to come to the closing table and close on the other ones. You know what I’m saying?

Tom Krol:
Sue.

Shaneka Lene:
Like I would have to close. Yeah.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So, basically, you put four properties under contract and what you did is you assigned three of them or did you buy them and then resell them?

Shaneka Lene:
So what I did was I did use transactional funding. So essentially I bought them for the contractual agreement that the seller and I agree to, the 73,000. And then I turned right around the same day and I assigned them to an end buyer where he bought three of them from me. And so I kept one of them for myself.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So how much money, what was the profit that you made on the first three?

Shaneka Lene:
So on the first three, I didn’t end up making a profit. So what happened was I wholesale them, so I wholesale them to this buyer, right? Initially, and this is another thing. Initially I was playing hardball, right, with this buyer. And he made me an offer at first and I turned down the offer because I had other people, other buyers that said they were interested. And so in the midst of me negotiating with these other buyers and things like that, the other buyer ended up offering me less than he did the first time.

Tom Krol:
Got it, got it. Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
Yeah, so I end up assigning it to him for less than what we initially, what he initially offered. So I ended up having to come to the closing table with $7,000 but I purchased a home with a tenant for 7,000.

Tom Krol:
I love this story because so often we are focused on how much money the profit margin was. But let’s just deconstruct this because essentially you actually ended up with one of the properties. So in this contract, what you did was you closed on three. You lost $7,000 but then you also acquired a home.

Shaneka Lene:
I acquired a home with a tenant, right.

Tom Krol:
Got it. Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
So the HUD that you have that I sent you is the home that I acquired.

Tom Krol:
Okay. I love it. Good, good, good. Okay, so the home that you acquired was that for the 7,000?

Shaneka Lene:
Yes.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So the only thing that you paid for the home was 7,000?

Shaneka Lene:
Yes.

Tom Krol:
No way. Oh, my goodness. That is so awesome. Because I was listening to you, well I’m not sure where we’re going. Did you lose money on the whole deal? But this is the best story I’ve heard all day.

Shaneka Lene:
It gets good. It gets good Tom. It gets real good.

Tom Krol:
No, no. I love it. I love it. So, so over $7,000 you actually got a currently rented property that you now own?

Shaneka Lene:
Yes. And includes closing costs and everything, okay.

Tom Krol:
That’s insane.

Shaneka Lene:
Yes.

Tom Krol:
I love it. So what, what is the renter pay? First of all, what is the current market value of the home?

Shaneka Lene:
So the current market value was, I want to say like 30 maybe 32,000 it wasn’t huge.

Tom Krol:
That’s awesome. So you got a $32,000 house for 7,000 and it’s currently rented. What is the renter pay?

Shaneka Lene:
The renter was only paying half of what, less than half of what the market value was, which he was paying $350 because he had been there for over 15 years and no one had ever raised his rent because he had an agreement with the previous seller that he was a maintenance man, that he would do the maintenance on all of those properties that they had in exchange for a lower rent.

Tom Krol:
Okay, so you’re going to be raising the rent?

Shaneka Lene:
Well this is what happened.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
The current tenant, he had been there for 15 years. He didn’t really want to move and he wasn’t really interested in paying the current market rent. Like I said, it was more than half of what he paying. Like that could be a shocker, an adjustment to some people. So I gave him time. I gave him time to get his self together and get ready to vacate the premises because the home also needed to work.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
So he stayed for four months. So we collected the rent for four months and he moved out after the fourth month. And so after the fourth month is when I wanted to wholesale it to, well what I wanted to do was owner finance it to an end buyer.

Tom Krol:
Got it. Okay. So you kept it for four months. So essentially you made back 20% of your money right out of the gate about right, if I’m doing the math in my head properly? So you already made back 20% of your money. Then you spent some money fixing the home up? How much did you spend on that?

Shaneka Lene:
No.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
No.

Tom Krol:
Okay, no. Okay. Okay, beautiful. So then, so then what you did is instead of renting it, you decided to be the bank and sell the home to another end buyer.

Shaneka Lene:
Absolutely.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So just tell me quickly, because I’ve got to know this. How did you structure that deal? How much money, did you get any money down? How long are you holding the note? What does that look like?

Shaneka Lene:
Okay, so this is what I did. The only money that I did put into, because the seller was a hoarder. And when I say hoarder, I mean the house was, I guess he collected the things that he got from the other homes, when other people vacated or what have you, the home was filled with junk.

Tom Krol:
I totally get it.

Shaneka Lene:
Yeah. So I did spend $500 to get someone to come and we kind of cleaned it out enough just so people could walk through the home because you could barely walk through it.

Tom Krol:
Okay. Okay. Got it. So you put in 500 bucks, you cleaned it up a little bit.

Shaneka Lene:
Yeah, I cleaned it up a little bit, got some of that junk out of there so we could walk through the house. We actually discovered a whole other bedroom in the house that we didn’t even know about.

Tom Krol:
That’s phenomenal. Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
What we thought was a three bedroom, two bath house actually was a four bedroom, two bathroom house.

Tom Krol:
Okay. Got it.

Shaneka Lene:
So, then I put the property up on Facebook marketplace and I had a like a one hour showing and got a ton of people came out. I got a guy that came by. He was interested in buying the property. So this is how we structured the deal. So I got 9,000. I wanted 9,000 down.

Tom Krol:
Beautiful.

Shaneka Lene:
So he gave me $500 earnest money deposit on site to lock down the property. He gave me a $500 EMD, earnest money deposit, non-refundable.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
So at closing he came to the table with the remaining 8,500.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
I’m collecting $500 a month for 12 months.

Tom Krol:
Okay.

Shaneka Lene:
He’s paying me two balloon payments. I think one is $5,000 and then the other is 4,000 and it’s a total of 24,000 that he’s paying me for the home.

Tom Krol:
That is awesome. So are you doing an interest rate on the 500 is that part of amortization?

Shaneka Lene:
I do not. I do not charge interest when I do my owner finance deals and it’s for religious purposes. But that’s just me, what I do.

Tom Krol:
Okay. I love it. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. So because this is a little bit unique from what we usually talk about, but I absolutely think it’s spectacular. So just to be crystal clear, essentially you acquired a home in this deal for $7,000 that was worth a lot more. It was worth over 30,000. You then took the home over, you re-sold the home for $9,000 a month, $500 a month and then a balloon payment of 5,000 after a year and another balloon made payment for 4,000 after how much time?

Shaneka Lene:
So no, the first balloon payment was within six months.

Tom Krol:
Okay. So six months. And then the second balloon payment is within how long?

Shaneka Lene:
At the end of the 12 month period he will cash me out completely for 4,000.

Tom Krol:
That is spectacular. That is so good. I mean, it’s funny because that one deal alone, I mean that can really change somebody’s life. That’s $9,000 up front, $500 a month and then another $5,000 in six months and then $4,000 in 12 months. I mean, that’s spectacular. And to be the bank, mom with five kids, I mean I got to tell you a very impressive doing deals around your kids’ school and around their schedule and making an adventure out of it. I am thoroughly impressed. And that is really, really something. So Sis, I got to have you back on the show, because I love the way you structured deals. Are you doing a lot of deals like that?

Shaneka Lene:
Absolutely. I have another deal that I’ve done that way, similar. But yeah, I don’t want to get into the details here because it’s a little bit different as well.

Tom Krol:
Okay, well I’ll tell you what, let’s speak about it. Let’s do another episode because I love this. I love the way you’re finding deals. It doesn’t cost you any money hardly. And you’re making huge, huge profits. You’ve done over 20 deals. So let’s discuss it. We’re going to have you back on. So I am now getting ready for my, it’s 9:49 AM. In 10 minutes, I’ve got my one percent meeting. Every week, our team meets, every single person has a question, which is how do we make the company one percent better? So we have a Zoom call, so it’s really great. So I’m getting ready for that. But before I let you go, I have got to ask you two questions. Number one, if there is a book or resource or something that you went through to help you in your life that you could share with our audience. That’s number one. So go ahead. What do you, what do you got for us?

Shaneka Lene:
Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

Tom Krol:
Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Rich Dad, Poor Dad, guys. Robert Kiyosaki. Amazing. Absolutely okay. So number two is how do people, they want to follow you. You have an awesome store, you’re doing deals, you’re out there crushing it with five kids. I love that. How can they find out more? How can they follow you? What is a resource or a location to spend some time with you or pick your brain on more deals?

Shaneka Lene:
Yeah, you could come to my Facebook group. It’s called Real Estate Investing A Through Z. I started the group about four months ago and it’s growing at about two to 3000 people a month. It’s phenomenal. The engagement is phenomenal. We’re unlike any other group because we have newbies and it’s okay to bring your questions. We make you feel welcome at home. We’re really creating a culture of community in the group and it’s amazing. Come. You’re welcome. You can follow me on Instagram as SisShaneka. And also YouTube, the same name, SisShaneka.

Tom Krol:
Shaneka, I think it’s awesome. You’re a leader in this space and I’m looking forward to doing more episodes with you. Thank you so much for being on the show. I am humbled and honored.

Shaneka Lene:
Thank you Tom.

Tom Krol:
Thank you.

Shaneka Lene:
It was an honor and a pleasure. Thank you so much.

Tom Krol:
Ditto. Enjoy the day.

Shaneka Lene:
You too.

Tom Krol:
All right guys. That was Shaneka. She is a rock star and I am looking forward to having more episodes with her. What a Go-Giver and what an awesome way to structure deals, guys. That is really, really interesting. So I can’t wait to pick her brain again. So I’m headed to my meeting. Enjoy the rest of your day, everybody. Shaneka we’ll see you soon and thanks again.

Shaneka Lene:
All right. Thank you, Tom.

Tom Krol:
All righty. God bless. Bye-bye.

Shaneka Lene:
Bye-bye.

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