Posted on: February 14, 2020

Today’s rockstar guest is Tom Krol’s favorite rhino of all time and with good reason. For starters, she closed 5 deals (and made a whopping $17,250) just by listening to the Wholesaling Inc. podcast!

Martine Jackson is the founder of Hoover Homes, LLC and the host of the #DoItMovement podcast. She started wholesaling 5 years ago and has closed many lucrative deals since then.

In this episode, Martine shared how she found and closed a profitable deal that made her $20,000 richer. She also talked about some of the factors that have contributed to her success and have made her an unstoppable wholesaling machine!

As an added bonus, you’ll also hear Tom get into coaching mode and share priceless tips and wisdom that can help you go from wealthy to uber wealthy. If you’re ready to make it big, this is one episode you just can’t miss!

Key Takeaways

  • An example of a profitable deal she did and how she found it
  • What a “water shut-off” list is and how she got it
  • What skip tracing means
  • The skip tracing software she uses
  • What a text blast is
  • What she does after the prospective sellers get back to her
  • Why it’s ideal to just follow one mentor
  • The last books she has read
  • Common thread among successful wholesalers
  • How to build a “financial garden”
  • How to create “legacy wealth”
  • How to go from wealthy to uber wealthy

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Episode Transcription

Tom Krol:
Woo wee! All right, guys we’ve got an amazing guest. My favorite guest, my favorite rhino of all time. We are going to go on a great adventure. Her name is Martine Jackson and everyone says, “Why is she your favorite rhino, Tom?” And I will tell you the reason because I say this no matter where I go. As a matter of fact, I was just in a meeting in Birmingham, Alabama, I believe. I could be wrong about that, but I was in Birmingham, Alabama and I talked about my most favorite rhino, Martine Jackson. She is a rock star and the reason is, is because before she came into the tribe to be a rhino, she actually did five deals on her own by listening to this podcast. The one you’re listening to right now. Thank you everybody for joining us. If you don’t know what wholesaling is, wholesaling is very simply the art of consistently finding discounted properties.
That’s all it is. It has nothing to do with your exit strategy and if you can get good at finding discounted homes in your neighborhood or in another neighborhood, even virtually, you can find financial freedom very easily. Wholesaling is difficult and it takes grit and determination and money and perseverance and attention and focus and hard work and all that good stuff. But it’s doable. It’s possible and I love it and I’m excited about it and I know my guest, Martine Jackson, also is excited about it. And we’re going to be going over a deal today that she recently did. I’m super excited about that. Martine, you’ve been on the show several times and you’re my favorite guest.

Martine Jackson:
It’s always a pleasure to be on the show.

Tom Krol:
It is a pleasure to have you on this show. Let’s deep dive. Let’s jump in right away. Before we do, just tell the audience a little bit about yourself, but I know they really want the meat and potatoes of the deal and how they can follow your advice and do exactly what you did. But before we get started, can you just tell us a little bit about who you are and how you got started?

Martine Jackson:
Sure, sure, sure. I started wholesaling probably five years ago and I was in the weeds trying to figure out what to do, trying things, wasn’t working. Try this, that didn’t work. Try this, it wouldn’t work. Until someone, they actually directed me to your podcast. They were like, have you heard of Wholesale and Inc.? And I was like, what’s Wholesale and Inc.? I started listening to the podcast and you were telling us what to do. And I was like, oh say no more. I’m just going to do whatever you say do. And I ended up getting five deals just from listening to that podcast. Listening to your podcast religiously.

Tom Krol:
Awesome.

Martine Jackson:
And it really launched my wholesale career because then you found out, you had me on the podcast, we were talking about the deals, then I got added to the tribe and things really skyrocketed because I got to hang around people that were doing so much. Yeah, that’s a little bit about me, but yeah, this podcast is the bomb.

Tom Krol:
All right. I love it. And by the way, guys, we usually save this for the end of the show, but Martine Jackson also has her own podcast that is definitely worth checking out. I was a guest on that podcast last season and it is a phenomenal podcast. It’s called the Do It Movement, right? I just want to make sure I got it right.

Martine Jackson:
Yep. It’s the Do It Movement, but if you’re looking it up, it’s #DoItMovement. It’s the Do It Movement podcast. We encourage people to take action.

Tom Krol:
Massive imperfect action. Progress, not perfection. You guys, it’s not about real estate, it’s about just hard work and finding those deals. Most people don’t want to sell their houses and they certainly don’t want to sell them, even the ones who do at your price. But they’re out there and they do exist and it’s all a numbers game. It’s more hard work than anything else. It’s really more like a pawn shop than a real estate business. We want to find out about your deal. First of all, I know you sent your paperwork in on this deal that we’re going to review, which I think is awesome. Let’s get this right out of the gate, right out in the open, because I have, I don’t even know the answer to this question. How much did you make on this deal that we’re going to be reviewing today?

Martine Jackson:
$20,000.

Tom Krol:
Woo!

Martine Jackson:
Ring that bell.

Tom Krol:
I’ve got to put that victory bell closer to my desk because I got to reach too far to get it. I’m going to have it reinstalled. I’ve got to get a handyman here today. But $20,000 is a life changing amount of money. And I want to know how you did it so that anyone listening can do it. And I am super impressed by you on every single conversation we have. Let’s talk about this deal. My first question is, how did you find the seller who wanted to sell at a discount in exchange for speed and convenience?

Martine Jackson:
What we did was we sent a text blast, and I believe this was to the water list. People that have been, their water’s been shut off. We sent a text blast to the seller. They were interested in selling. Acquisition manager got on the phone with them.

Tom Krol:
Okay, so wait, wait. Hold on. We already have liquid gold from Martine Jackson. This is why guys, this is why. First of all, text blast water list. What the heck are we talking about? What is that? First of all, what is a text blast? Are you using a service? What is the message that you’re sending to these sellers to get them to call you? Tell me, first of all, let’s focus first on the text blast. First of all, let’s go all the way back to the beginning. How did you get the seller’s phone number? That’s my first question.

Martine Jackson:
Oh, that’s good. That’s a good question.

Tom Krol:
Bam.

Martine Jackson:
Okay, so basically we got a water list from the city of people that had their water shut off within a certain amount of time. Then we took that list.

Tom Krol:
Well let me ask you this, because I hate to keep interrupting you, but I know there’s a lot of people listening and they’re going to have this question. And by the way, guys, every single listener of the show, I never ask for this, every single listener owes us a five star rating and a review, a written review the moment you are done listening to this episode because this is liquid gold. I expect every single one of you to be in abundance mindset, a go giver and to rate and to review this podcast the moment you are done listening or actually I would go one step further, hit the pause button right now and go and do it because in order to receive you have to give. And I never ask for this.

Martine Jackson:
Do it now.

Tom Krol:
Yeah, we have millions and millions of downloads and I think 600 reviews. Come on guys. Who is going to be a go giver right now? Okay, back to topic. Here’s what I’ve got. Hit the pause button. I’m counting on you guys. Where is, let’s talk about this water turn off list. A lot of rhinos in the tribe, they always say the list that we’re talking about guys, one of the hottest lists right now are people who have their water turned off for lack of payment. They’re not paying their water bill. The water gets shut off. How did you actually get that list? I want details here because everyone in the tribe always says to me, “Tom, that list is so hard to get.” Which by the way, a hard list to get means more money, more profit. How did you, actually.

Martine Jackson:
It’s a bad list.

Tom Krol:
Yeah, how did you get the list? Let’s talk about that.

Martine Jackson:
Basically I developed relationships with people in public utilities. I showed them how I could add some value to them. And in return I asked if it was okay if they send me a water shut off list. We were successfully able to get that. But it takes perseverance. You’re not going to get it the first time. You have to keep asking or you have to really build a good relationship with somebody to get it.

Tom Krol:
Let’s get even a little bit more specific. Are we talking about people in the office? Or people in the field actually turning the water off?

Martine Jackson:
People in the office.

Tom Krol:
Yeah. Guys, Martine Jackson is successful. She is a success. Why? It’s because she built rapport with the people who can get her the information that she needs to get her hands on. I’m just, I know it sounds so simple, but everyone should really rewind this podcast 30 seconds and listen to what she is saying. Because when you’re willing to have awkward conversations and put yourself out there, it wasn’t easy. I can tell you right now, we can ask Martine this question, but I guarantee you it wasn’t easy for her to walk down to the department and get rejected a few times and then say no and then keep showing up looking like an idiot. It’s because she doesn’t care what people think about her. And she built, she had awkward conversations. That’s what the 1% does. I don’t want to harp on that. But Martine, really, I’m always impressed by you, honestly. Just such a rock star. Very cool.

Martine Jackson:
Well yeah, you taught me what to do through your podcast because I was already used to being rejected for code violation so this was nothing.

Tom Krol:
Oh, I’m with you. I get rejected all the time. Since I’ve been born, I’ve been rejected all throughout life. I love it. It built, I have a thick rhino skin, so I love it. All right, so you go down there and you build a rapport with all these people and you get your hands on a list of people from the, was it the city, the county, the township, the municipality?

Martine Jackson:
It was the city.

Tom Krol:
At the city office.

Martine Jackson:
It was the city. Yeah, because it was in Richmond. In Richmond we’re not in a county. It was at the city.

Tom Krol:
Beautiful. Okay, so now you get that list. Now it says, John and Sally Smith and they had their water turned off. How the heck did you get their phone number?

Martine Jackson:
What do we do is, because the way that you get any lists from the city, it’s not in a marketing form. You have to get someone to scrape those lists. And when I say scrape the list, I mean you have to put it in a form where we can actually look up the telephone numbers. They may just give you all the parcel numbers or something like that. You need to get either you or VA to go in and put the owner’s first name, the owner’s last name, the property address, and you have to separate it on Excel sheets, get the mailing addresses. And once you have all of that information in there, then you can skip trace it.

Tom Krol:
Okay, love that. Skip tracing, what does that mean? And who do you use?

Martine Jackson:
Right. For skip tracing, that means that you’re getting contact information for these homeowners. Typically telephone numbers and email addresses. I use Lead Sherpa to do skip tracing. I believe that you don’t necessarily have to have an account with them to be able to skip trace and it’s 15 cent per hit. Meaning that if they don’t have a telephone number for the person, they won’t charge you for that.

Tom Krol:
I love it. I’m a big fan of Lead Sherpa and if you guys are listeners of the show, we actually have a program with them where we got you super, super awesome deals from directly from Lead Sherpa. I didn’t know Martine Jackson here was going to say Leads Sherpa, but I love Lead Sherpa and yeah, I’ll put this into the show notes that you guys get the very, very, very best pricing and best deal possible from them if you’re a listener of the show.
Okay, so you go ahead and use a skip tracing software from Lead Sherpa. And I’m assuming then, because I know Lead Sherpa, I’m assuming that you then go from there and actually send the text message.

Martine Jackson:
That’s correct.

Tom Krol:
Okay, so this is the big, and you guys again, and I hate to keep saying this, but it’s so funny because you have other wholesalers in your market, but I just want you guys to realize this is what an abundance mindset looks like. This is what a go giver is, is that, and I’m going out on a limb here Martine, but this is where you believe in collaboration and not competition. Otherwise she wouldn’t be sharing this information with us.

Martine Jackson:
That’s correct.

Tom Krol:
I love it. All right, so I happen to know Lead Sherpa so now tell me what the heck does the message, what does the message say?

Martine Jackson:
I really like these questions because I think a lot of people, they, I know this is a sidebar, but a lot of people, we overcomplicated what we need to do, but it’s very simple. The message we send, it just says, “Hey, I’m Martine, was looking for the owner of such and such address. Do I have the right person?”

Tom Krol:
Okay. And are you noticing, That’s beautiful. And do you notice that you get a lot of text messages and phone calls back? Or what happens at that point?

Martine Jackson:
Yes. Either they’ll say, “Yeah, you have the right person.” Or most people don’t even say, “Well what do you want?” If I were to ask that on the phone, people would probably be like, “Well, what do you want?” But, they usually just say, “Yeah or no, you have the wrong person.” But yeah, once they say yes, then we’ll ask them if they’re interested in selling.

Tom Krol:
Okay, let’s talk about that a little bit. On this particular deal, the seller texted back or called back?

Martine Jackson:
Text.

Tom Krol:
Okay. And what do you do at that point? Do you call them? Or do you, what happens after that?

Martine Jackson:
Well, once they text back, we’ll ask if they’re interested in selling. Some people will say call them. Sometimes we’ll initiate it, we’ll see. It depends on what they’re comfortable with. Some people are more comfortable with texting, but eventually when we get to the point where we’re agreeing at a number, we’re going to get on the phone with you. But we try to set an appointment to do that.

Tom Krol:
Okay, got it. Okay, so now you get this basically introduction to the seller. My question is, what was going on? The water was turned off, we know that. What was happening in the seller’s life that they were interested in selling? Why did they decide to sell to you and not list it with an agent? Or what was going on where they wanted a cash offer? Tell me a little bit more about the parameters of the deal and then I want to know what happened when you met with the seller.

Martine Jackson:
Yeah, so, oh and the crazy thing, I’ve never met with the seller.

Tom Krol:
Oh man, this is you guys, this is why right here. Why is Martine Jackson my favorite rhino? She never even met with the seller. Oh my goodness gracious. All right.

Martine Jackson:
And if you want to get full disclosure here, I have a team in place now so they pretty much handled everything for me to be honest. I just showed up to closing. Anyway, the situation that seller was going through was, she had a lot of bills. I think she used to be a landlord because she had more than one property and basically she had a lot of bills that were coming due soon and she just wanted to sell it fast because the water was shut off because she had a tenant in there and I think it was a problem tenant and they stopped paying their water bill and she had all these other bills that she was incurring and she just wanted to close so she could pay, get rid of the headache from those other bills that she had.

Tom Krol:
Okay. Essentially this was a tired landlord?

Martine Jackson:
Correct. Yes.

Tom Krol:
Okay. I’m just taking a note here. You put the property under contract. Did you actually close on the property? Or did you assign it? Or what was the exit strategy?

Martine Jackson:
Oh for this one, I signed it. When I said show up, I get my checks wired to me now, but I really meant show up to get the check.

Tom Krol:
Okay. No, no, that’s awesome. Okay, so you put the property under contract. How many real estate investors with cash do you have on your list that would be interested in a contract like this?

Martine Jackson:
Oh a ton. A ton.

Tom Krol:
Yeah, over 300?

Martine Jackson:
Yeah, over 300.

Tom Krol:
Okay, go ahead.

Martine Jackson:
My list right now is probably close to a 1,000 people.

Tom Krol:
This is guys, one of the, would you say that wholesaling has given you financial freedom?

Martine Jackson:
Of course, yes.

Tom Krol:
Okay. Because 20,000 on one deal alone, that’s insane. And I’m sure that there are costs in there for Lead Sherpa and other things. But I just want you guys to know, one of the things that you’ll notice with every single person on this show who feels like they’ve reached financial freedom where they are now, their wings are spread out and they’re just soaring, they always do a few things that are, there’s always a common thread. They’re building a team, always a common thread. Martine already said that. They’re always reading. What was the last book that you read Martine?

Martine Jackson:
I’m reading How to Win Friends and Influence People and I’m reading I’m a Robert Kiyosaki book too, Retire Rich, Retire Young.

Tom Krol:
You guys, Martine and I, we didn’t have a pre-call before this podcast because I said, “Hey, you’ve already been on the show multiple times.” I didn’t even ask her if she was a reader. This is another common thread. What’s the third one? They always have a big list of people who are interested in real estate with cash. And the reason is, is because the more people you have on that list fighting over your contract or when you buy the house and fighting over to buy it, the bigger your assignment fee or your profit margin will be every single time.
If you have a small, reliable, sometimes people with a small list, they’ll call it a reliable list of cash buyers. All that means is you are leaving a lot of cash on the table. Don’t do that. Again, Martine is just, she checks every single box. There’s nothing great about, and I mean this Martine in a good way. But there’s nothing so special about her. It’s like, oh, we always knew Martine was. No, she’s following simple rules. She’s out of her own way, she figured out the system, she followed it and that’s an easy peasy lemon squeezy, so that’s awesome. Which by the way, the Kiyosaki book, what is the name of it? Retire, what was the name of that?

Martine Jackson:
I think it’s Retire Young, Retire Rich, I believe is the name of it.

Tom Krol:
I’m going to put that on here and I am going to retire rich. I’m going to put that on the show notes and I’ll put a link to that. And the other one was How to Win Friends, which is.

Martine Jackson:
I don’t think I appreciated that book as much the first time I read it, by Dale Carnegie.

Tom Krol:
It’s funny you should say that. I kind of feel the same way. The first time I read it, I kind of thought the book was actually a little bit too methodical about the way you kind of manipulate people and I was like, ah, that doesn’t really sit right in my belly. I kind of moved on from it, but then I revisited it and I was like, no, it actually makes you more authentic if you follow.

Martine Jackson:
Right. Because now and I’m like, why didn’t I pick this up the first time?

Tom Krol:
It’s funny, we had exactly the same. I had exactly the same feeling in my belly. I was like, I didn’t really like it and I don’t even think I finished it. I don’t even think I finished it. And then I was like, oh no, this is actually a really good book. I’m with you. I’m with you.
All right, so I am going to put in the show notes. Is there anything that you want to leave for anyone who’s listening to this in the show notes that can help somebody like a download, a script, a things that you wish you would’ve known before you got started or stuff that is, is there anything you want to share with our audience that I can put into the show notes that would help them get started in wholesaling or do their next deal?

Martine Jackson:
The only thing I can think of is you just need to follow, pick one person that is out here, crushing it, killing it, and just follow that person’s journey. Meaning for instance, for Wholesale and Inc., I used to listen to it religiously and I used to pick up stuff from the podcast, but I was only listening to Wholesale and Inc. I wasn’t listening to bigger pockets and this one and this one. I was just listening to one because I could see how it can get confusing if people are doing different things. But if you’re following one person that they’re doing that thing and you just follow what they’re doing, you can reach their success. That’s what I would tell people.

Tom Krol:
I cannot overstate that enough. I totally, totally agree. It was the reason for my success because when I started, my brother was telling me exactly what to do and because I was bankrupt and I was broke and I had creditors calling and all of that, what happened was he would tell me what to do and I had to learn how to get out of my own way. Instead of, a lot of times when people do is they put the advice of their mentor through their filter, through their own personal filter and kind of pick what they’re going to follow or they’re listening to multiple sources. But I remember with Todd when I would do that, when my brother taught me how to do this business and how to wholesale, if I questioned him, and he was much tougher on me than I am on the students.
But when he would question me, when I would question him, he would hang up on me and he wouldn’t call me back for three days. He would, he was really rough. He was like a drill sergeant or you know, Mr. Miyagi, Daniel-san. But I think learning how to submit is so key. Even one of my friends and mentors Orrin Woodward who is just, as a matter of fact, I have his book sitting on my desk right now. It’s called The Financial Matrix. I’ll put this book in the show notes. And he’s just a dear friend and he taught me this also. He said, “Be a leader, not bleeder.” There’s paths that are cut out already, but we have to learn how to submit to those paths and when you start following multiple people, you keep crossing paths and it’ll never get you there.
I agree with you. You’re a rock star. It’s always a pleasure to have you on the show. And I am going to put a link to your podcast in the show notes. I’m going to put a link to Jason Nichols. Jason Nichols, a dear friend. Lead Sherpa is a rock star service and he gave our listeners a really sweet, sweet sweetheart deal on Lead Sherpa. I’m going to put that in. I’ll put How to Win Friends book and the Retire Early book from Robert Kiyosaki in the show notes. Martine, you’re a rockstar. What do you got going on for the rest of today? Anything exciting? It’s still early. It’s only 9:30 in the morning. What do you got going on today?

Martine Jackson:
Well, for me, one of my rental properties is vacant so we’re fixing it up so I can flip it and so I could sell it because it was too far. And then besides that I’m not doing a lot. I’ll probably be working on my business, but my team, they’re looking for deals.

Tom Krol:
How much do you owe on that property?

Martine Jackson:
I owe 200,000 and it’s worth, it depends because it’s in the country. It’s probably worth maybe 320 but I plan on putting it on the market for 299 because I just want to sell fast.

Tom Krol:
What are you going to do with the cash?

Martine Jackson:
That’s a good question. Probably put it back into real estate.

Tom Krol:
If it’s going to go back into real estate, I’m going to make a suggestion. Guys, this is where the coaching kicks in. Are you ready? All right, so here’s my being a coach mode. I’m going to take off my wholesaling hat, my podcasting host hat. I’m going to put on my coaching hat. Are you ready?

Martine Jackson:
I’m ready.

Tom Krol:
All right. Here’s what we go. Here’s what I want you to do on this property. We’re going to turn this, your investment, we’re going to give you a, what’s called like a financial garden. When you have a financial garden, you’re going to put money into the stock market, you’re going to put money into gold. Robert Kiyosaki, absolutely. Peter Schiff, all of the guys that have come before us, they know this. Little bit of money should be in gold, in physical gold in either at the bank vault or in a safe or whatever. Cash and the stock market for sure, in an index fund and also real estate. And the way we can save you a ton of money is, I suppose you’ve had that house for more than a year?

Martine Jackson:
I have, yes.

Tom Krol:
You’re not going to pay the short term capital gains tax, you’ll pay longterm. But what we can do is we won’t pay any tax at all. Go out, find a really great property that you can buy. You have 90 days to do this from the time the property sells. I think it’s actually six months. I’ll give you, and I’ll put this in the show notes for everybody. I’ll give you my 1031 guy and what we’ll do is we’ll sell the property, we’ll put all the money into a 1031 so that means that all that means is that the money, instead of going to you, it goes into your 1031. You don’t touch it and you pay zero tax on it. Zero, zero tax.
What you do is you then take all that money and we’re going to roll it into another property. And here’s the best thing. You can either choose a property from your pipeline, which is a great idea. Or if you want, you can just actually go to find a market that you like. You’re in the middle of the East Coast so there’s tons of markets south and north of you, probably south is a little bit better. Find a really great three bedroom, two bath home that is worth more money than the home that you’re selling and take that cash and buy another home and don’t pay one single penny in taxes legally. And then that money, all that money that you would have spent in taxes is now going to be generating. It’s going to be giving you what we call compound interest. Boom!

Martine Jackson:
Right. Boom!

Tom Krol:
That is going to be awesome.

Martine Jackson:
I like that.

Tom Krol:
That’s how you’re going to create legacy wealth for you and your loved ones N that is going to give you a much higher ROI because you’re going to be able to put that money down instead of paying taxes on it. You can lower your, so it’s going to be phenomenal. It’s going to work out really, really well for you. I would suggest, Julie and I are in the midst of doing that right now because we’re relocating all of our Florida rentals into another location. We’re 1031 exchanging all of them. Take that money, 1031 exchange. I’ll send you a personal text message right now, but I’ll also put it in the show notes for all of our listeners and I think it’s a great idea. This way you’re going to go from wealthy to uber wealthy. Bam, bam!

Martine Jackson:
I like that. I like that. Thanks Tom. I appreciate it.

Tom Krol:
Absolutely. We’re going to do it. I love it. And then we’ll do a followup show and you know what we’ll do? Is we will talk about that transition. Make sure, have all your KPIs from what you’re doing right now and remember what Kiyosaki, the way he teaches us how to measure our net worth. And then what we’ll do is we’ll do another net worth. We’ll do a show and we’ll actually, we’ll compare your net worth as it is right now with that property to how much your net worth went up when you 1031’ed it and we’ll see, we’ll literally move the peg from like oh millionaire, to multimillionaire. I love it.
Easy peasy lemon squeezy. All right, so I’m going to send that to you. I’ll put it in the show notes. You’re a rock star. Thank you so much. I am humbled and honored to have you on this show and I will have you on again because you’re going to be our number one guest. I have no doubt. You already are. Very cool.

Martine Jackson:
Well thank you. I appreciate that. I love being on this show.

Tom Krol:
Well we appreciate you and you’re a rock star and thank you for being a go giver. And guys, I’m going to hold this to you. I am holding you, everyone who does this is going to get, I’m telling you, I have a good feeling. You’ve got to rate and review this podcast. It’s your obligation if you’re listening. We’re not asking you for any money. This information is gold. It could change your life. Rate and review the podcast please today, right now. All right guys. Enjoy the day. That was Martine Jackson. She’s a rock star. I’m going to put her podcast in the show notes. Martine, thank you so much. I appreciate your time today.

Martine Jackson:
All right, thank you.

Tom Krol:
All right. God bless. We’ll talk to you soon. Bye, partner.

Martine Jackson:
All right, bye.

6 Responses to “Episode 363: How to Become an Unstoppable Wholesaling Machine”

  1. Melanie

    Thanks for the great podcast! I really enjoyed it and made a lot of notes for myself. The only thing I couldn’t find is the name of the person Tom uses for 1031 exchange that he said he’ll put in notes under the podcast. Where can I find it?

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    • Sabrina Irons

      Loved this podcast! So many great pieces of advice, especially for someone who is starting to get into wholesaling. I know hardly anything about real estate but this podcast gives me hope I can learn and take actionable steps sooner than later. I also really loved hearing Martine’s experience and it’s super inspiring hearing a young women having such great success in wholesaling.

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  2. Clint Weir

    I have the same question as Melanie and is the Lead Sherpa link the one to get the Wholesaling Inc. pricing because it doesn’t appear that way?

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