Posted on: March 23, 2020

If you’re looking for a list that can help generate an immediate new stream of income, today’s episode is for you. There’s a smoking hot new list today’s rockstar guest swears by and he’ll tell you all you need to know about it!

Tag Thompson is both a successful wholesaler and real estate investor. While he once had a high-paying job, he decided to venture into wholesaling full-time just a few months after he was introduced and trained by a good friend.

In this episode, discover how Tag went from someone who once worried about where to get money to pay his mortgage to someone who now generates a 6-figure monthly income!

Make sure you have a pen and paper handy. Apart from knowing the list he swears by and where he gets it, you’ll also learn the effective technique that has helped Tag get a step ahead of the pack!

 

MARCH CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT!

For the entire month of March, Wholesaling Inc is running a Ratings and Review contest! We’re going to fly out 3 lucky winners to Florida, paying for airfare and hotel, to spend to full days with Tom Krol!

Whether you are trying to land your first deal or scale your existing Wholesaling business, Tom is going to help you crush your obstacles and achieve your goals!

And the lucky winners will all be featured as guests on the Wholesaling Inc Podcast!

To enter, you must Rate and Review the Wholesaling Inc Podcast on iTunes (5 stars please:) and send a screenshot of the Review to Darrin at darrin@wholesalinginc.com.

3 winners will be chosen at random and announced on the Podcast in April! Good luck!

 

Key Takeaways

  • Where he found the deal and the list provider he used
  • What the bankruptcy list is all about
  • What he does with the list
  • How he reaches out to the people on the list
  • What they use for text blasting
  • How the deal went
  • What he’ll recommend to those who would like to do wholesaling full-time
  • Why it pays to invest in the guidance and expertise of mentors
  • How he plans for the next deal while working on the current one
  • How his business is currently doing
  • Number of full-time employees he has
  • Number of hours he works weekly

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Episode Transcription

Darrin Bentley:
Hey guys, Darrin Bentley here, and before we get into today’s episode, I just want to tell you about a special contest that we are running for the month of March, and you’re absolutely not going to want to miss this one. For the entire month of March, we are running a special ratings and review contest where we are going to fly out three lucky people to spend two full days in sunny Florida with our head rhino, Tom Krol. That’s right. Three lucky winners are going to get to spend two full days with the man, the myth, the legend, Tom Krol. We’re going to fly you out. We’re going to wine you and we’re going to dine you, and we’re going to put you up in a really nice place, and you’re going to get to spend some quality time with Tom and a couple of fellow rhinos.
And just between me and you, I know Tom likes to do fun stuff, so you’ll probably be doing some fun stuff too. It’s going to be awesome, I promise. Now to enter this contest, all you have to do is go over to iTunes and rate and review this podcast, five stars please, and send a screenshot of your review to me at Darren at Wholesaling Inc. That is D-A-R-R-I-N@WholesalingInc.com. Got to spell it out because very few Darrin’s actually have two Ra and an I. But anyway, and we are going to pick three lucky people at random and those people will come out and spend a couple of days masterminding in sunny Florida with Tom Krol.
And as if that wasn’t enough, our winners are going to be featured on this podcast. So Tom is going to be putting the three winners in the hot seat right here on Wholesaling Inc. You’re not going to want to miss it. So again, to enter, go over to iTunes right now and rate and review this podcast and send me a screenshot of that review to Darrin, D-A-R-R-I-N@WholesalingInc.com. Darrin@WholesalingInc.com. Now let’s get onto today’s episode.

Speaker 2:
All right guys, welcome to another episode of Wholesaling Inc. I am so excited to speak to my next guest because we are going to be talking about something today that is so important, and it’s going to change your whole business. It’s going to create immediate new stream of income for you, and it’s something that we don’t really talk about, and that’s a new list. This is a smoking hot new list that everybody knows about, not a lot of people are using. And my next guest is going to tell us how he’s using it, where he’s finding it, how to get it. And I am so excited about that. So this is going to be a great adventure. So buckle up and we’re going to deep dive right now. So my guest is Tag Thompson. Guys, I am so excited.
So I met Tag personally. He has been a student for a while and I had an opportunity to meet him in person recently in Birmingham at an event I was at, and it was an awesome event. There were a ton of rhinos there. I actually didn’t know that there were going to be so many rhinos there. I actually thought there was only going to be one there. And it turned out there was like a whole group of rhinos in that Birmingham meeting, which was amazing. And the event, especially, it was amazing because it wasn’t even about wholesaling. It was a whole different topic and it was so amazing to have so many rhinos there. I think there were like 10 or 12 of us, right, wasn’t there?

Tag Thompson:
Yeah, I think there’s maybe even more than that. I was shocked too. There were tons.

Speaker 2:
That was incredible. There was a whole group. As a matter of fact, someone… we were talking about the secret of coaching and I had no idea. And I said, “The secret to coaching is getting your students results.” And I said, “If you’re a rhino in this room, stand up,” a whole bunch of people stood up. And I said, “If you’ve done a deal because a Wholesaling Inc remain standing.” And every single person remained standing, which was first of all, a total risk because I had no idea, but I couldn’t believe it. Not one person, including our guest today sat down, and what an incredible journey, what an incredible adventure coaching is being able to share what we’ve done with wholesaling houses with so many people.
So I am really excited about diving in today. This is going to be a really great episode. We are going to be talking about a new list, a very specific list of find motivated sellers that not a lot of people are targeting and we are going to dive in right now. But before we do Tag, can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got involved in real estate investing? Because I know you are doing it even before you became a student. So can you kind of take us through a little bit of your journey?

Tag Thompson:
Yeah, actually I came from finance. I was the COO of a fairly large wealth management firm here in the South, and a little tired of going to the same desk and having the same issues every single day. And one of my really close friends and now business partner, David Olds, he’s been a real estate investor and he’s been wholesaling since it was fax machines and all that sort of stuff. So he’s been doing it for over 10 years, and I just always noticed is his lifestyle. He was an incredibly generous guy, he traveled a lot and just developed a friendship with him, and never really got the courage to ask him what he really did for a living until I finally just… I came to a point where I had to get of my job.
Then I just sat down with him one time and told him what my financial requirements would be. And he said, “Oh, you can do that easily. Just wholesale.” And so he trained me how to do that. And within a few months I was full time. I quit my job walked away and I’ve never looked back. And it’s been life changing since then. I also-

Speaker 2:
In just a few years? Or few months, rather.

Tag Thompson:
A few months. Yeah, I think I… it was funny. We went to the real estate conference out in St. Louis. We were writing down goals and praying over them and we didn’t share those with each other, but in my list I said that I wanted to be full time in real estate by July. And I believe that was in March and by June I was full time. So I mean, what is that? Just three months later.

Speaker 2:
And was that just wholesaling?

Tag Thompson:
Yeah, just wholesaling.

Speaker 2:
Now, if you don’t mind, can we just deep dive that just a little bit for a second? I just want to ask you a few questions around that because that’s a very interesting story, and a lot of people are sitting here listening and they’re going, how the heck did he do it in three months? So can I ask you a few personal questions?

Tag Thompson:
Absolutely.

Speaker 2:
Okay. I want to know if it’s okay. First of all, were you married with children at that time or were you kind of like a single guy?

Tag Thompson:
Yes.

Speaker 2:
Okay. Because a lot of people are sitting here going well, I have a family. And how could… that sounds risky. About how much were you earning a year that… I mean, did you have a lot of savings or how the heck did you do that? Because I mean, a lot of people are listening and they’re probably in exactly the same situation right now where they’re going, I’d love to quit my job and be a full time real estate investor within three months or 90 days. I mean, it’s incredible. Can you just take me a little bit through a little bit more detailed than that? Is there something we don’t know? Did you like win the lottery or… I mean, because I got fired. So for me it was easy. I didn’t have a choice, but can you explain a little bit more of that?

Tag Thompson:
Yeah. So mine was out of necessity. I didn’t get fired, but we had a mutual agreement that I had lost interest in corporate finance and I told them… They’d known that I was wanting to get into real estate for a long time, and we had really no savings. I mean, I made lots of money in real estate but we were terrible with our money at the time. And I had no really savings built up. When I left the company I had about two months expenses saved up so I could survive for two months without making any money. So what really wasn’t much of a runway and there’s nothing to get you out of bed and get you working like the possibility of not being able to pay your mortgage. So I just really, really had to hustle.
Luckily I had a very good support system around me. I didn’t know about wholesaling at the time, but my friend and mentor was kind of there with me every step of the way. Sent out some postcards, a small amount of postcards. I got a couple of deals right away and that was enough to send out some more postcards.

Speaker 2:
Oh yeah. See what you just said there is key. Guys, did you hear that? He didn’t say it was enough to get by for another 30 days. He said it was enough to reinvest into the business. Key, key, key statement that Tag made there guys. Yeah. So, can I ask you approximately how much were you actually earning a year just if you don’t mind sharing that, because I know everyone’s wondering, who are we talking to here? Is this the guy who was making like $300,000 a year? Or what did that look like?

Tag Thompson:
I was close to a quarter million dollars a year salary.

Speaker 2:
All right. So that makes a little bit of difference. And was your wife working or was she a full time mom with the kids.

Tag Thompson:
She was a full time mom.

Speaker 2:
Okay. All right. Yeah, because that’s an interesting story. How much did you make on your first deal? Do you remember?

Tag Thompson:
I think $7,000.

Speaker 2:
Awesome.

Tag Thompson:
If I remember correctly. Yeah.

Speaker 2:
I love it. I’ll ring the victory bell for that. That’s pretty awesome. All right. So that’s an incredible story and I hope that everyone can take it to heart and really get out there and try wholesaling. Wholesaling is hard. You could do everything that we teach you to do and it could not work. There’s a good possibility it won’t work, but I will tell you this, that it’s worth the shot. It is amazing. I love wholesaling real estate. Good for you. So, all right. Let’s deep dive this deal that we’re going to be talking about today because this is something that came from a very special list that I know you know a lot about, and we are going to be discussing that list right now. So the first thing I want to know is how much did you actually make on this deal that we’re going to be reviewing today?

Tag Thompson:
We made $15,000 on it.

Speaker 2:
That’s incredible.

Tag Thompson:
Yeah, it was a good deal.

Speaker 2:
Yeah. $15,000 is hit. It’s more than double your first deal.

Tag Thompson:
It sure is. I’ve gotten better.

Speaker 2:
So that is really incredible. What a life changing amount of money. I mean, I know you do a lot of deals, but a lot of people listening, they haven’t even done their first deal yet. So just imagine guys, 15K on one deal. And of course there’s expenses in there. You have marketing I’m sure and all of that, but that’s… was that an assignment? Did you assign that deal and sell the contract?

Tag Thompson:
Yes.

Speaker 2:
You did.

Tag Thompson:
Yeah, it was a deals assignment.

Speaker 2:
That’s an incredible amount of money, so very cool. All right. So let’s talk about the list, this magical list that you have that not a lot of people are working. I want to know where did you find this deal?

Tag Thompson:
So I was just looking through, we use PropStream as one of our main list providers. We pull lists from a variety of different areas, but PropStream is one of the ones that we pull from very consistently, and they had an update a few months back and expanded the options within the list that they provide. And just low and behold, but we opened the window and it said bankruptcy on the list. And so I told my guy, download the list. I don’t know what it is. I have no idea about it, but it’s a new option and download it. So doing a little bit of research, I found out that this list is… it’s not houses that are in the process of bankruptcy it’s people who essentially have owned a property and have been through a bankruptcy. So there’s a bankruptcy on their credit essentially.

Speaker 2:
Okay. So you use PropStream. So we have a special deal… And by the way, guys, Tag and I have not spoke before this podcast about this. I had absolutely no idea what he was going to say. And I know the list, bankruptcy, but I didn’t know about PropStream, but we have a special deal with PropStream that we’ll put a link to it so that you guys get the best price and the best offer. We’re always negotiating for rhinos and students. So we will put that in the show notes. So it’s PropStream and you go to the bankruptcy list. Now this list, I just want to repeat what you said or just get clarity here, these are people who own a home who have gone through a bankruptcy at some point, or who are currently going through one.

Tag Thompson:
Who have gone through one in the past. They don’t go on the list until the bankruptcy has been discharged, so until the process is completely over, but anybody who owns a property who has been through a bankruptcy and is on our list, this is a list you can pull.

Speaker 2:
That’s interesting. These are people who have a bankruptcy in the past, I guess, seven years or something. Doesn’t have to stay on your-

Tag Thompson:
It depends on the type of bankruptcy. There’s three different types of bankruptcy. Some are seven, some are 10. So it depends on the type of bankruptcy they’ve had.

Speaker 2:
It’s interesting. I was just having a conversation with a seller, a homeowner who was selling and they were in a ton of trouble and they had spent the last five years just making absolutely bad decisions financially. And they had worked themselves into a corner and they had gone through a bankruptcy approximately five or six or seven years ago. And it’s interesting because you would think, well, they had gone through a bankruptcy, so now they’re back on track, but it seems like its a repeating pattern where they get themselves into these sticky situations. So very interesting that this is the list that we’re discussing because I have literally just about two or three weeks ago had this conversation, and it seems like the whole thing was just happening all over again. And what was interesting about this was that the seller who I know personally is actually a high dollar earner.
This is not a person who is struggling paycheck to paycheck, or I guess they are, but this is somebody who is well above the standard income level, certainly. So, very interesting. So you get these lists and what do you do to… so you’re getting it from PropStream, it’s the bankruptcy list, this is as somebody who’s had a bankruptcy in the past. Tell me this, what do you do with that list? How do you contact people? I heard you say postcards on your first deal. Are you still using direct mail? I know you’re also a cold caller with TTP. How do you reach out to these people?

Tag Thompson:
Yeah, we don’t do mail that much anymore. We do some very specific small lists, but other than that, we are entirely cold calling. We do text blast as well. We-

Speaker 2:
Okay, so let’s just deep dive that for a minute. So I know you’re a TTP student with Brent Daniels. So I guess you’re using that to cold call that system?

Tag Thompson:
Yeah. Yeah. I’m a huge, huge, huge TTP fan. Not just as, and I know this isn’t a TTP podcast, but not just as a cold calling system, but literally as a way to run your company. I tell my guys every day, if we’re not talking to sellers, we’re not making money. We’re not [crosstalk 00:14:49].

Speaker 2:
Yeah, no, I totally agree. Is a TTP podcast, absolutely, because we’re on the same show and Brent is a cohost. So yeah, I think that’s great and easy peasy lemon squeezy. TTP is an amazing business. It just got us a deal. We just did an $11,000 deal. I’m going to be interviewing my brother and acquisition manager, Dan Tobak about here shortly. So I love it. It’s a great business, and Brent Daniels is an amazing, not just coach and host, but human beings. So very, very cool. So let me ask you this. So you put in TTP, you also said that you do text blasting. Who are you using for text blasting?

Tag Thompson:
We use Lead Sherpa as our software to text blast, and we do all of the work in house.

Speaker 2:
Lead Sherpa.

Tag Thompson:
Do all… yeah, Lead Sherpa. It’s a Jason Nickel’s great software, a really, really good program.

Speaker 2:
I totally agree. And we also have a special deal with Jason. So it’s funny because it’s a reoccurring theme, all the people we have on the show, and again, I didn’t know you were going to say Lead Sherpa, but we have a special deal with Jason and he’s a total sweetheart. And he put something together for the listeners of the show, a super, super low competitive price that is a special discount for all of you guys. So take me through this deal. So you get the bankruptcy lists, you reach out. This seller contacts you back. Why were they selling? What were they going through? What was the conversation like? Do you have an acquisition manager? Did you do it yourself? How did you guys do this deal?

Tag Thompson:
So I do have an acquisition manager and his name is Michael. This lady was a lady who lived in our city in Chattanooga about seven years ago. She got into a situation where she had to move for work, and couldn’t… at the time the market wasn’t great for the neighborhood that her house was in. So she renovated, it, tried to sell it. Wasn’t able to, and she just put a renter in there. A lot of people get into that situation where they need to move, to be able to continue to work, can’t sell their house. So they ended up putting a renter in that property, which is a wonderful category of motivated seller that a lot of people overlook. So she put a renter in this house, a guy who lived in the neighborhood didn’t have a job. She kind of did it for charity’s sake. Just wanted to help this guy out. He promised to pay rent.
And over the course of seven years, he had never paid rent, not a single time. So she had a house that she put money to renovate with a guy living in it that didn’t pay rent. At this point, his number had changed a few times. She lived far, far away, more than a 12 hour drive away. Couldn’t get in touch with the guy. Didn’t really know what was going on with the house. So we reached out to her and she said, “I don’t know what’s going on. I’d love to sell the house, but there’s a guy in there. I don’t know what his situation is.” So we actually went over there and knocked on the door, talk to this gentleman. And the situation really hadn’t changed very much. Still didn’t really have enough money to pay for rent or anything like that. Didn’t have a place to go necessarily. Didn’t have a place to put his stuff. He was in a bad spot too. So we had a lot of problems that we had to solve.
First of all, we negotiated a really good price on this property because we knew there were a lot of headaches that we were going to be running into. And we negotiated a really good price. Talk to the gentlemen that was living at the house and just asked him, “Where do you want to go? What options do you have? Where can you move to?” It turns out he actually had a girlfriend that he was really close with and you talked about getting married and he decided that he wanted to move in with her, but he still had issues. He couldn’t immediately move in with her because of some situation she was going through.
So we had to find a place for his stuff for a few months. So we drove over to a U-Haul storage facility close to the house, a rented him a storage unit for three months. Actually I sent my guys over to help him move some stuff out and get it over to the storage unit, and got him into a place for a couple months so that he could have some transition into a new property and not just be out on the street. We did all that because we needed to build a good relationship in the neighborhood, but also it was just the right thing to do for this guy. And so he had a place to stay, had a place for his stuff to be for a couple months until he found a permanent residence with his girlfriend. And the seller was crazy happy. We were really happy. Obviously, we made $15,000 on this deal in the end, but it was a lot of work.

Speaker 2:
Well, you know what’s interesting is that this whole story, you guys, that Tad just told, the whole time, he’s talking about solving problems that exist. Problems that owners and renters never dealt with, that they just kind of left un-dealt with. And I think a lot of times when you’re new to wholesaling and wholesaling is just simply the art of consistently finding discounted properties, people will always say, “Well, is that still true? Do people still sell it at discount? The economy is good. What is that all about? Do people still sell, 60, 70 cents on the dollar for a home?” The answer is yes, because the entire time Tag is dealing with problems that the homeowner didn’t want to deal with. So this is the key is sometimes people, they get stuck on this, is why would anybody sell at a discount? I would say stop asking the question and just realize that people do sell at a discount for many reasons and move forward from there, because a lot of new wholesalers get stuck on that. I also think Tag, it’s interesting, this whole scenario, did the homeowner owe any money on the house?

Tag Thompson:
No. She owned it free and clear.

Speaker 2:
What’s interesting about that to me is that this woman literally came from the bankruptcy list. So you have someone who lives very far away from a home that they own free and clear, and they’re going through a bankruptcy. You would think if they’re dealing with things properly, they would have sold this property to get some cash to pay some of their bills back, or to get some cash to live on. People are irrational. They make all kinds of decisions emotionally all throughout their lives for many years, and they don’t deal with things that they should be dealing with, and Tad can come in and actually help and say, “Hey, we can solve this problem.” And I just think that that’s amazing because you have somebody who on one hand went through a bankruptcy for not having enough money. And then on the other hand, a person who has a free and clear rental.
I think it’s important to point out here guys, a lot of new, and I’m sure Tag will agree, a lot of new real estate investors say they have this dream. I call it a nightmare, but they have this dream of, I want to get to a point where I can cherry pick deals off my pipeline that I can keep as longterm rentals, right Tag, and then I want to have something that they call passive income, but here’s the secret guys. There’s no such thing as passive income in being a landlord and owning rentals. I just put out a funny post the other day. It said, “He who thinks that rentals create passive income becomes motivated landlord.” And it’s so true. Anything that you ignore will fall apart and anything you pay attention to and focus on will do better.
So if you are getting into this because you want to be sitting on the beach and retired with passive income coming in, just know this, you are going to be getting a postcard from either me or Tag very soon, because that’s exactly who we buy properties from is tired and frustrated landlords who thought that rentals produce passive income. They do produce income, but it requires you to be looking every week at the numbers. Do you have a capital expense account when repairs happen? Do you have the knowledge that the relationships with property managers, especially if they’re not in your neighborhood.
So something to really pay attention to is don’t be listening to this show to become a wholesaler and become a motivated seller because you became a landlord and not paid attention. And by the way, I’m talking Tag to myself here because I did the same exact thing. When I got started, Julie and I had bought a lot of properties too quickly, and we ended up losing a boatload of money on three of them. And I mean, literally a boatload of money, a tremendous amount of money, so something to pay attention to guys. So I love this story of the bankruptcy list. We are going to put a specialty list as a deal.
As a matter of fact, before I release this, I’m going to call a PropStream and see if we can’t get a special deal specifically just for this list. Because I know once I hear… if I hear it once, maybe. If I hear it twice, sounds better, but I know when I have three or more people telling me that a list is good, I know to pay attention to it, especially a guy like tag. So Tag, thank you for sharing that information with us, brother. We are going to get out there and I’m going to try to get a special deal specifically for the PropStream bankruptcy list. So we’ll see if we can make that happen. And I’ll tell them that you gave me the inspiration to do that.

Tag Thompson:
Absolutely.

Speaker 2:
So, before I let you go, just getting back to your early part of your story here, I really am impressed that you were able to quit your job so quickly within 90 days and go full time into real estate investing. Is there anything that you did, anything that you read, anything you experienced or something that you did differently that really was the trigger for you to say hey, if there’s somebody listening and they’re driving to work right now, or they’re at the gym and they don’t like their job, they don’t feel like they’re financially free. What would you recommend to someone who was where you were when you were still working and making that transition within 90 days?

Tag Thompson:
Well, first thing I would tell that person is they need to sign up and get really good mentorship. And of course I recommend Wholesaling Inc for that. There’s no better program out there that will teach you how to get your first deal. The second thing I would tell them is once you get your first deal, like you mentioned earlier, you have to plan for the next deal. Your first deal should only get you your second and third deal. Your second deal should get you your fourth and fifth deal. So because of my mentor, I knew how much money it took to get a deal. So I on purpose took that much money out of my first assignment fee in order to get the next two. And then the next one that came in, I held back enough money to get the next two, and so I planned for it. And so many newer wholesalers get that first five, $6,000 check and they spend it. They spend it on something that doesn’t matter instead of getting the next deal.

Speaker 2:
So I will tell you, I do this podcast. I’m a host all the time. I’m in support calls. That is single-handed, that is one of the best pieces of advice I have ever heard is while you’re getting your first deal, be planning for your second deal. That is one of the smartest, most intelligent, best strategies that could only come from a person who is successful. Tag is a successful real estate investor because there is no way that someone could come up with that advice that he just gave us unless they have had tremendous success, because that is a deal killer. So many wholesalers, they get started on their first deal and they get so distracted that by the time they’re done all of a sudden they’re broke again. And it’s a crazy cycle. We always tell people in the tribe, you’re not out of the gate until you’ve done three deals and I love this advice better.
I’m going to change my advice and I’m going to take Tag’s advice. That is one of the best pieces of advice I have ever heard in this business. Tag, I love it brother. And by the way, I am honored and humbled that you would recommend our program because I know there’s a lot out there, so thank you. And just so I know, and I don’t know the answer to this, how successful are you? How many deals are you doing or how much are you making or where do you even live? What city and are you like one of the big dominant wholesalers in your market and how many hours do you spend in your business? Can you just tell us a little bit about how is your business performing and what you’re doing there?

Tag Thompson:
Yeah. So we’re nationwide property liquidators. We’re based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We wholesale mainly in Chattanooga, Charlotte, Huntsville, and Knoxville are our four major markets. And our gross is typically in the six figures every month.

Speaker 2:
Every month. You guys, that’s amazing. Tag, two more questions. How many people do you have in your company total, and how many hours a week do you work in the business?

Tag Thompson:
Well, my employees might hear this, so I don’t want to… I don’t work very much. I mean, I’m still very much involved in kind of strategy and I’m here every day, but I have a person that handles all my leads. I have acquisition managers that handle all of our acquisitions and my partner, David handles… has a great department that handles all of our dispositions. I think we have nine full time employees right now.

Speaker 2:
That’s awesome. Tag, I am 1000%, I have to have you back on the show because you are a rock star brother. I had no idea. You’re incredible. That’s great. I mean, I knew you were a rockstar, but this is like over the moon. So thank you so much. And again, thank you for recommending our program. And I am going to put a special, which I don’t think we’ve ever done this before, but I’m going to put a special… if you guys are listening to this show and you come in through this episode with Tag, I am going to put… As a matter of fact, this is what we’re going to do. I am going to put a link. It’s going to be wholesalinginc.com/tag, and if you come into the program with Tag’s recommendation, we are giving you a $500 discount off of this program because I absolutely love Tag.
And that is because he just gave us one of the single best pieces of advice I have ever heard, which is plan for your second deal while you’re working on your first deal. That is tweetable, and I love it. And it’s becoming a part of my mantra and a permanent part of the motto of the rhino tribe. So Tag, I love it, brother. Thank you so much for sharing that information with us.

Tag Thompson:
It’s been a blast. Thanks for having me on.

Speaker 2:
You’re really sweet for sharing all that. Thanks again. And we’re going to have you back on and pick your brain some more. I hope you don’t mind. We’re holding your feet to the fire.

Tag Thompson:
Sounds great.

Speaker 2:
Awesome brother. Thanks so much. Talk to you soon.

Tag Thompson:
Talk to you soon.

Speaker 2:
All right. Bye.

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