Posted on: April 07, 2020

If you’re looking for an inspirational story to get you through these trying times, today’s episode is exactly what you need to hear. However, Justin Colby does not only have an inspirational origin story, he also has a really impressive resume to boot!

Justin is a real estate investor, entrepreneur, coach, and mentor. He is also the president of Phoenix Wealth Builders, the founder of The Science of Flipping, and the Regional Market Manager of Sundae. Justin is also the host of the wildly successful podcast “The Science of Flipping Podcast” and the author of “The Science of Flipping: A Proven Formula for Successful Real Estate Investing.”

In this episode, Justin generously shared the wisdom and principles that has helped him transition from someone who’s broke, busted, and disgusted (his own words) to one of the most prolific and highly successful real estate investors today. This episode will impress and amaze so don’t miss it!

 

CONTEST EXTENSION ANNOUNCEMENT!

For the entire month of March, we ran a ratings and review contest. Your response has been very overwhelming—we received hundreds of emails from you guys and we couldn’t thank you enough. To show our appreciation (and give others a chance), we have decided to extend the contest until April 15th!

The contest mechanics will still be the same. Rate (5 stars, please :)) and review the Wholesaling Inc. podcast to enter and send a screenshot of your review to darrin@wholesalinginc.com. April 15th will be the last day of submission. We will announce the winner on Thursday, April 16th, 2020.

While we don’t have a date for the mastermind yet, 3 lucky winners will get a chance to spend 2 full days with Tom Krol in sunny Florida. Hotel and airfare will also be on us! Good luck and stay safe, everyone!

 

Key Takeaways

  • Why he named his podcast “The Science of Flipping Podcast”
  • What his podcast is all about
  • His inspirational origin story
  • What transactional funding is
  • How he kept building his momentum
  • What his morning routine is like
  • What fuels him
  • What his rule in the office is
  • Number of deals he has done so far
  • Mastermind he runs and what it’s all about
  • What iBuyer is
  • How people can get in touch with him

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Episode Transcription

Speaker 4:
Hey guys. Welcome to the Wholesaling Inc podcast, and by now you’re probably wondering what the heck happened to that iTunes review contest. Did I win? Okay. So here is the deal. First off, I want to thank you, all of you who sent in a review to me. I’ve literally received hundreds of emails from you guys, and some with some really kind words for me, and I appreciate that, but I just want to say thank you to all of you who took the time out to review the podcast and send an email to enter this contest.
Some of you have sent in reviews that came in after the 31st, but you posted them before, but it took a couple of days on Apple’s site to update, and you were asking, “Hey, did I still have a chance to enter this contest?” So to be fair and with everything else that’s going on in the world right now, we wanted to extend the contest, so we decided to extend the contest to April 15th, tax day, or well, what was once tax day. It’s not tax day anymore. They extended it, but whatever.
So you’re going to still have another chance to win the contest. If you haven’t already entered the contest, all you have to do is rate and review the Wholesaling Inc podcast on iTunes, five stars please, and send a screenshot of the review to me at darrin@wholesalinginc.com. That is Darren, D-A-R-R-I-N @wholesalinginc.com, and you’re going to be entered into the contest to spend two full days with Tom Krol in sunny Florida, and we’re going to pay all the expenses. So your flights, your hotel, it’s all on us. And we will be announcing the winners of this contest on Thursday, April 16th. So the 15th is the absolute deadline for your review.
Now we don’t yet have a date for the mastermind with Tom because of everything going on right now with the coronavirus, so we will obviously let the winners know, and I’m hoping that this thing’s going to be over soon. I’m hoping that in the couple of weeks, things are going to start to just go back to normal or maybe even a new version of normal, but people are going to go out and they’re going to enjoy their lives again, and I think it’s going to happen. I think it’s definitely going to happen sooner than later, so anyway, enough of my ranting. On to today’s episode.

Brent:
Welcome to the Wholesaling Inc podcast. It is your host, Brent Daniels, and you are listening to the number one podcast when it comes to the instruction that you need to wholesale real estate. Now each and every week, we have the absolute pleasure to interview people, the top people from around the country that maybe they’re top because they just got their first deal. Maybe they’re in the military and they’re doing this first time and they just got their first $25,000 check, or maybe they have been staples in the industry for years and years and years. And it is my pleasure on this podcast to introduce one of those guys that has been in front and onstage and around and coaching people since 2014, at least with his podcast, The Science of Flipping. It Is Mr. Justin Colby. Welcome to the podcast.

Justin:
What’s up, man. So happy to be here. This is impressive. You guys are absolutely crushing it. I’m very honored that you had me here.

Brent:
Yeah. Well, it’s funny because I get this all the time with podcasts or videos or whatever. Why are all the people that do podcasts or coaching or whatever all in Phoenix, Arizona, because you live just down the road.

Justin:
Dude, it’s really quite impressive. I’ll be honest. We’re all in one area in, and I’m in a lot of masterminds and you are too, and I run one and it’s literally … Half of our mastermind is coming from Phoenix. It’s really insane. I don’t know the answer to that.

Brent:
I don’t know either.

Justin:
I get asked all the time. Well, a large part … This is a great city to be an investor in. You have great flip properties. You have great buy and hold properties. You have an expansive city, you take that.

Brent:
We have the right mix.

Justin:
The right mix, and then … For us entrepreneurs or … I think you call yourself something else, infopreneur right?

Brent:
Yeah.

Justin:
You kind of get real estate. And you’re like, okay, what else? What else can I build? Where else can you go? And being able to give back is obviously something you believe in, and something I believe in as well.

Brent:
This is funny Justin, because literally I remember I was in my Acura. I was a real estate agent. I was showing houses in surprise. I was listening to The Science of flipping podcasts, because I’m telling you, it was probably 2015, and you and Sean Terry were really the only two that I had found that was really easy to talk about investing in real estate. They had some of the Rich Dad stuff and some of the bigger organizations, but you guys were more nitty gritty going over everything, and it was really interesting. I was wondering, wanted to ask you, why The Science of Flipping?

Justin:
Great question.

Brent:
Why did you name it that? How did that come about? What is it?

Justin:
You hit it on the head. So I called our friend Sean, and he was like, “You need to do this, bro. Get on the page. Get a podcast out there. People want to hear what you have to say.” I’m like, “Cool.” He’s like, “Bro, you can name it whatever you want, Flipped to Your Freedoms work, but do something like The Science of Flipping. Do something.” And I’m like, “Do you mind if I just steal that?” And I give him the credit? He was like, “Yeah, dude. If I had to do it over again I’d call it The Science.” I was like, “That’s what my podcast is going to be.” Because there is like a scientific component.
If you keep your business structured, and for me, my podcast is about like the systems, the tools, the technology that can help systemize your business, so I always talk about that. Whether you’re a rehabber, whether you’re a wholesaler, it doesn’t matter. There’s always systems you need to follow. And so I kind of put that together as a formula. And from there I’ve been able to gain a lot of traction, because it just appeals to the people right now.

Brent:
Is that formula something that is just for flipping?

Justin:
Yeah.

Brent:
Is that for wholesaling? Is that for buy and hold? When we look at every deal, and we’re sourcing these deals because that’s our job. That’s the value we provide is we source real estate opportunities. You either flip it, you hold it, you wholesale it. Right?

Justin:
Yeah.

Brent:
Is there different formulas for each one? Was your podcast mainly just about flipping?

Justin:
Interesting. When I started it was about rehabbing, flipping, so I started flipping in ’07 here in Phoenix, but it inversed. You teach wholesaling first. I started flipping first. I don’t know why, because wholesaling wasn’t really a thing yet, so I started with that.
So my first probably 20 episodes are all about systemizing rehab flipping contractors, paperwork, payment schedules, you name it. And as I got into wholesaling, then it has transitioned over time into predominantly wholesale podcast episodes about the systems of wholesaling. Because the business itself, conceptually is easy, but it’s very easy not to make money in wholesaling, and you need the systems, you need the tools, you need structure. You need those components to make it a machine, because ideally we all want to do other things.
I love the income that comes from wholesaling and flipping, but also I love what you and I talked about. I love coaching. I love giving back, speaking from stage, having a podcast, et cetera. If you’re eyeball deep in your business all day long, you can’t do that, and so to build that lifestyle-

Brent:
It’s one of those like Gary V. self-awareness things.

Justin:
That’s it.

Brent:
If you’re going to be focused, if you truly want to be a real estate investor, I think that fundamentally having a wholesale business is absolute because you’re sourcing your own deals. Once you’re able to source your own deals, then you have the options to go any way you want with that, and a real estate investor truly is somebody that either buys and sells these property, but more traditionally owns a lot of property.

Justin:
Totally.

Brent:
Has a portfolio of properties that they’re actually either paying down debt or getting cashflow or having these things free and clear and just increasing their worth every single month, but a lot of people think that wholesaling is real estate investing. It’s not.

Justin:
Yeah. And that’s because we as a voice, yourself, myself, Max, Sean, Kent, and anyone who has a voice has really brought this to limelight. This is now the predominant way to invest, primarily because you don’t necessarily need credit as like the old school days, invest with no credit, and you don’t need money, so it is the better way to get into the industry.
Is it the end all be all? No, because it’s really just kind of a cash shtick. You can create a bunch of cash. You can make a bunch of money, but then you want to take your money and reinvest it, whether it’s into rehabbing, whether it’s in a buy and hold, multiunit, et cetera, because especially on the buy and hold in multiunit. Now you gain your wealth, you gain your lifestyle.
Truthfully, that’s why we all do it. We all do this business. So ultimately at the end of the day, when we’re 65, using an old school number that is totally arbitrary, we can be like, “Oh, we have 4,000 units. We don’t have to do anything ever.” Ideally I’d like that by 45. I’m 38 right now, so I’m hoping by 45, I can get to that place with real estate.

Brent:
Of 4,000 units?

Justin:
Well, that might be a little aggressive, but you get what I’m saying? Where I can basically chalk it up and say I can go add a couple hundred here, a hundred there and not have to worry.

Brent:
Okay. Got it. So I remember listening to your podcasts back in the day. There was always the origin stories. Mine. I owned a real estate company and I signed an office lease in 2008 and it went down, so now I’m personally guaranteed for $742,000.

Justin:
Sweet.

Brent:
The whole thing.

Justin:
Oh yeah.

Brent:
You had an origin story. I believe you were on a buddy’s couch.

Justin:
Oh yeah. The couch story. That’s a good one.

Brent:
You were living like-

Justin:
I was destitute. I call it broke, busted and disgusted. I was out. I graduated UCLA 2003. I’ve never been employed, and I’ll get to that in a second, but I’ve never been employed. I always owned my own company. Went directly into sales, then I got into real estate with a buddy who wanted to start a brokerage. Went and took my real estate license. Started this brokerage. That brokerage is still around today, and the number one producer in Marine County and Sonoma County.

Brent:
Awesome.

Justin:
I’m no longer part of it.

Brent:
Awesome.

Justin:
But during that time we were selling new home builds. I was an order taker, dude. I built no skill around it. People would come in, I’d have 36 offers. I’d say, “All right. Which one’s the highest one? You get this home.” There was no skill involved.
So in the market crash, I had nothing to lean back on, which is why I’m so passionate about teaching, and you are too. System, structure, skill anyways. So then I lose everything. I have a $500,000 condo, a $100,000 dollar car, $40,000 in credit card debt that I would pay off and every month spend again, because I was making a ton of money, as was everyone at that moment, but I didn’t create any skill level.
Well, so I lost everything. My home went to foreclosure. Card debt. Funny story about the repo man that I could get into a little bit later, but ran away from the repo man for some time. Actually drove my car across state lines. Gave it to my business partner. He gave me his. That’s a federal crime, just so we’re clear. Once you cross state line … Don’t do that.
When they started knocking on my family’s door, that’s when I was like, “All right. You can have my car now,” but it took them awhile. I’ll tell you that. I was out, so I called my buddy. At the time I was 26, 25. In my head I was like I’m too old to go back home, in my head. Now I respect people that make that decision, but for me it was not the right decision, because I knew I could be great. I knew where I’m at today I can get there.
My buddy said, “Hey dude. Sure you can sleep on my couch for a little bit.” He was thinking like a couple of weeks, a month. That was a strong nine month stint. Long one.

Brent:
Where?

Justin:
In San Francisco, in the Bay area. Meanwhile, I’m broke, busted and disgusted. TTP, I wish you were around, because all I could do was cold call. Sure. I literally would get onto Zillow or Redfin or wherever or realtor.com. Say, “Hey, nice listing. It’s not exactly for me. Do you have anything that is coming up that you could send me first?” Kind of just knowing the game, but I would cold call. And that’s why I’m such an advocate of TP, and I’ll promote it anywhere, because it really is the best cheapest way to get into business.

Brent:
Oh, absolutely.

Justin:
And so that’s how I cut my teeth. And so finally I got a realtor that saw the vision and got us our first deal nine months into cold calling. Second deal a month later, and started this whole thing. Right.

Brent:
So were you wholesaling those deals or did you bring it to investors [crosstalk 00:13:25]?

Justin:
Remember transactional funding?

Brent:
Yeah.

Justin:
So I was using transactional funding, so the realtor understood. I was going to close on it.

Brent:
Explain to everybody that doesn’t know what transactional funding is.

Justin:
Transactional funding … It’s back, but basically it’s 24 hour money, 72 hour money max. Really it’s like hour long money, so technically it’s incredibly expensive because you usually pay two points or so for that money, so if you’re getting a $300,000 loan, that’s six grand for an hour.

Brent:
I know.

Justin:
Really expensive, but when you’re making-

Brent:
You better have a big spread.

Justin:
When you’re making 20 or 30 grand, you say, okay, whatever, so that’s how we used it. The realtor understood it, so not only would he find me the home he’d find the buyer for the home, because at that time it was a short sell time, so people were still getting homes. They were still buying homes because they were going down, so that’s what we were doing. Weren’t renovating it, but it was wholesaling to a certain extent because it was just a double close.

Brent:
But you double closed it.

Justin:
I just double closed it. It was just really expensive money. So my first deal we made seven grand after fees, costs, whatever. Second deal we made seven grand.

Brent:
How’d that feel though?

Justin:
The confidence. I’m in.

Brent:
How’d that first sell … This is what I talk about a lot on this, is it’s that bridge that you cross from faith … Faith is fantastic, which you talked about before. You knew, “You know what I can win.” That’s that identity part of you, that castle inside you that says I can win that faith, and then you cross that bridge over to it being a fact. Now you’re off and running.

Justin:
Dude. I say it all the time. You believe it, before you can see it. It’s faith. You have to believe it. And in our space, it’s very discouraging for educators like ourselves. When you have someone that has what it takes, but they can’t overcome that hurdle of it’s 30 days, it’s been 60 days. It took me nine months of cold calling.
By the way, there’s no mojo. There’s no call tools. There’s not even a list. It’s literally on the internet, “John. Hey John. Everyone in this world can do what we do. You have to have the fortitude and you have to believe it before you see it, because it’s so real. It’s so easy. It’s so legal, ethical, all that stuff. You just have to work, and I think that’s a lot of what I talk about is you are going to tell them exactly what to do.
So am I. And we don’t hide anything. I’ve listened to you. The reason why I’m here is because we were just talking about it. I’m watching you. This is incredible. Everything we lay out for you, you just actually now have to do it. So put forth the effort, and a lot of people get too discouraged.

Brent:
So what advice would you give to somebody to be proactive, to take action on these things? You know what I mean? What’s something that helped you, or maybe it was just you were just down? You were at rock bottom.

Justin:
That’s right. Can’t get any lower.

Brent:
And you needed to get there somehow. Let’s say after you get past that first deal, how do you keep building the momentum? How do you get to the point where seven years later, you’re having a top podcast and your coaching and masterminds with some of the most brilliant real estate investors in the country. You know what I mean?

Justin:
Totally. So a lot of it’s internal. You got to want more, and there’s a lot of people out there that are okay being okay. And by the way, that’s okay. I’m okay with all that. I just have always wanted more. Not that I was destitute as a kid. I always had what I wanted, but I also understood like my family didn’t have the ability to get more, and so I’ve always wanted more. I always knew I could achieve more and it’s kind of internal.
Now, I fuel my internal flame with a lot of studying, self development, work development. I just hired a personal business coach again. I put my money where my mouth is. I do coaching and masterminds and people pay me. That’s fine. But I did the very same thing with much higher level business people. Little less in real estate, specific. More business entrepreneurship, growing.
I own seven different companies, not all in the real estate space. How do I do that? I need to learn from someone who knows how to do that, so my point to all of that is that fuels my fire, so I have a ritual in the morning. I wake up and I finish my stuff that I need to get done personally, first. Along with that are-

Brent:
What does that mean, your stuff?

Justin:
So if there’s like-

Brent:
Like a mental thing, like a-

Justin:
I will either watch any video, like training videos or whatever, and/or read in the morning.

Brent:
Got it.

Justin:
I want to get kind of fired up. I want to have.

Brent:
What time you waking up?

Justin:
6:00 AM.

Brent:
Okay.

Justin:
So I’m not the crazy like 4:00 AM and I conquer the world, but I handle all that kind of stuff so that by the time 8:30, 9:00, and people are getting going, I finished my personal. There’s no excuses during the day for me not to achieve what I want to achieve.
So I’m reading. If there’s any videos I need to be watching, I’m doing that. If there’s any podcast potentially I need to be putting on, I potentially record it right then and there in the morning, slam a cup of coffee, get going, but now I have no excuse for not actually putting forth the work. A lot of people make excuse for that. “Oh, this happened. Oh, that happened.” Well, just remove it. Put it in your personal time.
So that’s part of what I do. I’m a massive advocate of just continuing learning. Like I’m an audio book fanatic. I utilize the gym for that, so 20 minutes I do cardio. Well, instead of listening to Drake or Rick Ross or whatever, I’m going audio book, business book, consistently trying to learn to become better, and that’s what fuels me, man. And this industry’s a blessed industry. There’s just so much money you can earn if you just put some systems to it, and you’re big on that.
I use this analogy. You got to put on the helmet and shoulder pads to get on the field, and too many people right now are like kind of wanting it without doing it. They want to hire the lead manager. They want to hire the acquisition manager, disposition manager. Not even the right name, specialist. Manager shouldn’t even be a part of that name, but then they don’t want to do the work. That’s where I’m having some discongruity [crosstalk 00:19:11].

Brent:
All right. We’ll give it to you.

Justin:
Is this incongruent with what I believe, which is you got to do the work to put money in your pocket.

Brent:
Well, I tell everybody, even joining TTP, or just watching this on … If you’re listening to this, make sure you watch this on the YouTube channel Brent Daniels Real Estate. Definitely worth the watch. It’s always good to see you put a face with a voice, but I always tell people, you need to talk to a thousand strangers and ask them if they’d consider an offer on their property, because that’s a skill that you’ll never lose.

Justin:
Ever.

Brent:
You know what I mean? Ever. And after you have that, then you know what people are going through when you’re hiring them, not just the skills and communication styles and these things here, but also what’s going through in their head. Is it raining outside? Is that throwing them off? You know what I mean? Is it winter? Is it darker? Is there certain things that attack the mindset of somebody making the calls and being consistent?

Justin:
For sure.

Brent:
You need to know what the what’s going through in their head. There’s no way to just fake that. You have to actually do it.

Justin:
Yeah. And that’s where there’s people that just want to be able to get rich quick. That’s not this industry. This industry can get you very rich and then even wealthy, but you got to put forth that work, and one of the things that is out there right now is about building big businesses, and I can appreciate it.
I’ve watched Grant Cardone. I’ve watched Gary V. And I respect the living daylights out of them. That I’ve been … I don’t know if blessed is the right word, because I cut big checks, but I’ve been able to spend personal time with both those individuals. They’re awesome. They’re dynamic. They’re massively successful. But when you’re just getting started, you got to do the work. You’re seeing Gary V. and Grant Cardone now. You’re seeing Brent and Justin now, not when was on a couch, cold calling realtors, and had no money for anything. You didn’t see me then. I wasn’t exposed, so I think before everyone’s worried about growing big and creating a bunch of income and “I want to go do a million dollars in my first year.” I respect it. I respect the desire, the vision, but you got to be able to execute and that’s what’s missing.

Brent:
Start with the first deal.

Justin:
Go get one.

Brent:
Start with the first deal.

Justin:
You and I both fully talk about DealMachine as such an incredible service. That wasn’t there when we started. Holy Christ. I would have just stopped cold calling. I would have door knocked, because guess what one thing people don’t want to.

Brent:
Door knock. They don’t want to go to the doors.

Justin:
So she has to go do it. Go where other people are.

Brent:
It’s still talking to people. Listen, you’re either talking to them face-to- face or you’re talking to them on the phone.

Justin:
That’s right.

Brent:
You know what I mean? There is some argument that texting and these voicemails, and voicemail voicemail and all this, and I get it. It works certainly, but at some point you’re going to have to get them on the phone.

Justin:
That’s what I’m going to say. It works if it draws them in for you to get on the phone. I do texting. Our team does texting. The second there’s two responses by the seller, you have to call them. That’s my rule in the office. You call them. So if I’m the seller and you said, “I want to buy your home.” And I say, “Well, how much is your offer?” And you say, “Well, I don’t know yet. I need to look at some construction costs, but are you interested in selling?” I say, “Well, I’m interested if it’s the right number.” By that second reply by the seller, you have to call me.

Brent:
A hundred percent.

Justin:
Talking to people. This is why I’m such an advocate of what you have going on. I firmly believe it, and you’re a great trainer for it, but-

Brent:
So just to let everybody know, just so that they can know. Listen, this is just ballpark, but deals in your lifetime. How many of you think you’ve done?

Justin:
I’m pushing 1400.

Brent:
1400 deals.

Justin:
That’s a combina-

Brent:
1400 deals. Listen. It was a build up, build up, build up, build up.

Justin:
Oh, God.

Brent:
To the point where now, 12 years later, you’re still doing it. You’re coaching it. You’re running what mastermind? Tell everybody about it.

Justin:
Boardroom. Boardroom Mastermind. So Kent Clothier and myself run the Boardroom Mastermind. It is roughly a hundred investors across the nation. We have a what we call Boardroom, would be more for newbies. Anyone’s doing zero to 10 deals a year. Then we have Boardroom Elite, which would be much more like you’re racking in 250 grand a year to all the way up to north of a million. And then we have what we call Billionaire Boardroom, which would be the million dollar owner type of thing, much more experiential.
You get access to all the boardrooms, but we also go travel together and create those experiential relationships in moments, because at the end of the day, that’s what we all do it for. It’s great to make a million dollars a year, but if you don’t go experience and go do things in travel and who cares about the money? Money is pointless if you can’t do those things.
So that’s what we do there. It’s been a journey, and I just got off of creating an iBuyer company, which that has really been intense. I was sitting at a desk full of-

Brent:
Explain to everybody what an i.
Buyer is.

Justin:
So an iBuyer, Opendoor, Offerpad, Zillow. They tend to buy homes at a higher price, have a smaller rehab cost, tend to, and then resell it back on the market. So their rehabbers to an extent. They just have very cheap money, is the best way of explaining it. They don’t have hard money. They have like very cheap money, so it’s venture capitalized, and so they can run a much, much thinner margins.
And everyone’s talking about are they profitable? It doesn’t really matter if they’re profitable or not. Ultimately they’re going to create a very, very massive business, and that’s what I just spent the last 10 months of my life doing, which was great.
We were running north of 30 deals a month in San Diego, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Dallas. And that’s how my numbers have rapidly … even how many deals have been a part of, but that’s been … Talk about a learning curve there. That’s out of our space. We got small little businesses, but there’s that argument to stay small keep it all. What they’re growing can be incredible, but dude, I was literally the eighth person brought into the company. There was 68 by the time I left.

Brent:
Nope. You saw it. I introduced it. I have my whole family living from it. I’ve got my mom doing the books. I got my dad running the day to day. It’s just fantastic. Keep it small, keep it all. And it’s one of those wealth principles that’s like, if you want to keep your wealth in your family, hire your family.

Justin:
Totally.

Brent:
It’s great. You know what I mean?

Justin:
One the thing I would tell you is you’re an advocate of this. I think anyone that … I’ve gotten to the point in my life … There’s always someone that knows it better. There’s always someone that’s growing it bigger, growing it slower, growing it, perfecting it.
If you’re out there watching this, listening to this, stick with Brent. He’s guiding you the right way, because I firmly … I just cut a huge check for a coach. I do this every year, whether it’s a mastermind or coach, because I firmly believe there’s stuff I don’t yet know, and what kind of multiple can I get back on. And people are always like, “Oh, I really want to be able to do wholesaling.” You’re teaching it, dude. And for you listeners, stick here because now it’s just about you implementing what he’s suggesting to do, and I think it’s really, really massively important.

Brent:
Thank you. How do people get more info on … Obviously he’s got the podcast, The Science of Flipping.

Justin:
Yeah. The Science of Flipping. I think social media nowadays is probably the best way. So like Instagram is The Justin Colby. My personal Facebook has 5,000 friends so you got to go to my public figure page, which is The Justin Colby, and YouTube has a weird name, Justin Colby VP. I don’t know how I created it that way or what happened there, Instagram is probably the best. It’ll point you in all the different directions and they’ll tell you where to go … but The Justin Colby. I’m happy to give away as much as I possibly can to help you guys out.

Brent:
Awesome. Awesome.

Justin:
Dude.

Brent:
Thank you brother.

Justin:
Thank you for having me.

Brent:
And if you’re interested in joining the most proactive group in real estate investing, you know what it is. It is the TTP program. Go to wholesalinginc.com/ttp. Scroll down. Check out what it’s about. Check out all the testimonials. You’re going to have to keep scrolling for a while. If it feels good in your gut, sign up for our call, and I look forward to working with you personally, and that is it.

Justin:
We’re out of here.

Brent:
Thank you guys again for listening. I encourage you always to talk to people. Love you. See ya.

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