Posted on: May 08, 2020

There is no denying that listening to podcasts, joining a community of like-minded people, and investing in expert guidance can get you far. However, when you put what you’ve learned into action (like today’s rockstar rhino did), that’s where the real magic happens!

Shamessia Lee discovered early what some people learn late: financial freedom is often tied to real estate. That being said, she joined the tribe and religiously followed the advice and guidance she was was given. The result? She closed her first ever deal just 5 months in!

In this episode, Shamessia shared many of the techniques that has helped her find her first deal and earn close to $20,000 in assignment fee. More importantly however, she shared how her first deal improved her confidence dramatically and changed her life for the better!

Key Takeaways

  • The marketing channel she used and the list she focused on
  • The importance of surrounding yourself with like-minded people
  • What she did specifically to build rapport with the seller
  • How things went after she built rapport
  • How she held the seller’s hand as they went about the deal
  • What helped her come up with her numbers
  • How much the home is worth all fixed up
  • What the deal has done for her moving forward
  • What she’ll do differently knowing what she knows now
  • Game-changing book she recommends

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Episode Transcription

Cody Hofhine:
You’re listening to another episode here at Wholesaling Inc. My name is Cody Hofhine, and I’ll be hosting today’s episode where we are going to talk about how to simply find deeply discounted properties in your market. I’m talking about properties that you can get 40, 50, 60 cents on the dollar that you can then turn for huge profits. And what we do on this podcast is it’s not us sharing our story of how we’re finding it, but individuals throughout this great nation, many of them are students that are going through our coaching program, that are just getting out there and being rockstar rhinos charge in through anything, and just making sure that they go out and take massive imperfect action and lead them to their deals.
And today, we have Shamessia Lee from Mississippi, who’s going to be sharing her story with you guys of how she just recently did a deal that completely changed her life. And ultimately, is already changing her perspective of what her future is going to be like. And so without sharing any much more about the deal or anything else, I’m going to bring on Shamessia so she can share right with you guys right now. So get out a piece of paper, get out a pen, jot down the gold nuggets that she’s going to be sharing with you so that you can get out there and start taking massive imperfect action yourself to get your first deal. So Shamessia, how in the heck are you doing?

Shamessia Lee:
I am amazing. How are you, Cody?

Cody Hofhine:
You are amazing. And you need to hear that often because you are amazing. You are doing some incredible things. Here you have been a tribe member for maybe five months. And we’re not going to share how big this deal is, but it’s a big deal. And you’re going to be sharing step-by-step how you did it. So first and foremost before we get to the actual deal, let’s talk a little bit about you. Tell us a little bit about you, and what got you into real estate in the first place?

Shamessia Lee:
Okay. So I just started, actually, in corporate about seven months ago. So I just graduated college actually in 2018. And between starting in incorporate and college, I spent a year in China, and of course, this was pre-everything that’s going on right now, which is the pandemic that we’re battling right now. But I spent a year in China. Just a lot being out there, I saw a lot of people who were entrepreneurs, a lot of people who were just doing huge things. And not just people who were local to the area that I was in, which was Shanghai, but also foreigners doing huge things. And so when I came back home in July, I was researching as much as possible, just really about financial freedom. Then I drifted off into real estate, because everybody that I found that’s how they got their wealth [inaudible 00:03:31].

Cody Hofhine:
This is crucial point for me, Shamessia. You’re saying something that I learned much like you at the beginning. For me, it was that financial freedom. When you said this I’m like, “Man, did she read my bio? This is like my story right here. I love this.” So you’re looking at financial freedom. You start reading into it, and you realize many of the people that talk about financial freedom are tied to real estate. And that’s exactly what I found, which I thought was absolutely unique. But keep going. I didn’t want to slow you down too much, but I was like, “Man, this is like my path.” You’re like talking to my path. I’m like, “How do I get financial freedom?” Oh, real estate. Let’s go.

Shamessia Lee:
Yeah. And I mean, I think I did what everyone would do. You go down the rabbit hole of YouTube. And I found an interview. I think everyone has seen this interview on the Breakfast Club, I believe, of Mark as he talked about wholesaling. And so I just did not understand it. And so, I thought about it. And I called my brother-in-law, said, “Hey, what’s that thing that you said you were doing in real estate?” And it was the same thing. And so, I mean, from then on, it’s history because I learned all that I could about wholesaling.

Cody Hofhine:
How much were you stuck at YouTube University before saying, “Hey, I’m going to find a mentor and do this”? How long was that process?

Shamessia Lee:
That’s a good question, because I love timeline. It was August, I think, that I really just dedicated, I mean, hours every day to just learn it. I remember I had my little notebook and I was writing down all of these notes. And then I tried to do some things on my own in October. And I was like, “Okay, this is just not working out. I need to be held accountable.” So November is when I decided. I mean, I listened to every podcast of Wholesaling Inc. I mean, if you listen to everyone, eventually, you’re not reluctant. And you’re just like, “Hey, I’m just going to do this.” And November is when it happened.

Cody Hofhine:
Awesome. And here we are a few short months later on the podcast. You’re going to hear a victory bell rang for you here in the near future. And here we are talking about a deal. I remember the first time. So everyone understands. I was a student, much like you that went through the course before me and Tom became business partners. And I will tell you. I remember when I got on the podcast, I was like, “What in the heck?” I remember listening to the podcast and here I am sharing my story like, “What?” I was pinching myself. What is this going all like full circle? What is this for you?

Shamessia Lee:
Oh my goodness. It’s really unbelievable because I think I had doubts that everyone had like, “Oh, this has worked for all of the hundreds of people that you’ve heard their stories, but I don’t think it’s going to work for me.” But it’s like, you know what? So when it happened, I was like “I’m just capable. I can do this. And not only do it, but do it well. And in the meantime, help as many individuals as possible.”
I mean, it was life-changing. And also, it puts things into perspective of what you can do when you put your mind to it. And also, how money doesn’t have to be strictly proportional to the time that you put in. I mean, it is. Of course, you need to put in the time and the effort, but not this hour will give you this many dollars. So it really put things into perspective. I mean, it’s exciting. It’s exciting.

Cody Hofhine:
Wow. So well-said, Shamessia. I’m super excited for everyone to now hear this story. So this got you into real estate. And now we’re going to break down and deep dive this deal that you just recently did that just gives me … I was looking at my arm just now and I just got chills because I’m sitting here thinking, “I can’t wait for them to hear this whole entire story.” So let’s break it down from the beginning, and help them much like many people maybe you listened to on the podcast like, “Oh man, that inspired me to get out there and take action.”
And I just have no doubt your story’s going to do the same today. It’s going to inspire people, and motivate people to get out there and take action. So super excited. Let’s break it down from the beginning. How did you come across this deal in the first place? How did you come across this lead? What was the marketing channel you were doing, and maybe what list you were using?

Shamessia Lee:
So the marketing channel was direct mail. And so this deal came from tax delinquent. And so, of course, you go to the courthouse and you get the list from the courthouse. I mean, it took me such a long time to scrub this list because I went to the courthouse. I marched up there. I was so confident. And I walked away with 239 pages of just stuff that I didn’t know what it was.

Cody Hofhine:
Holy smoke. So when you got this where you’re like, “Man, I didn’t realize I needed a binder to take this stuff home”?

Shamessia Lee:
Oh my goodness. You don’t even know. I was like, “Okay, so now what am I going to do?” Because I have to put it in electronic form. It was hard work. It took maybe 20 hours to do.

Cody Hofhine:
Wow.

Shamessia Lee:
At that point, I was just so excited. My thought was to get a VA to help scrub it. But I just wanted it to be done as quickly as possible. And so, I mean, I just charged through.

Cody Hofhine:
Wow. So you get this list put together. And you said you did through direct mail. So you send over the digital version of this list over to the mail house, and you start sending out mail. What took place? How long into this mailing did this particular phone call take place?

Shamessia Lee:
So I sent out the mailing on Valentine’s Day, so February 14th, of course. And I got the call on February the 23rd.

Cody Hofhine:
Holy smoke. You know all the dates? This is fantastic. You’re just like, “Well, it’s like a week later. Yay, like a week. Maybe two weeks later.” This is like, “No, I sent out mail February 14th.” And this one came in on February what? 21st did you?

Shamessia Lee:
Yeah. Yeah. And I wanted to break it down because I remember how I was when I first started. I would just scroll through all the podcasts on Wholesaling Inc. And I will look for the ones that are like, “Oh, someone’s still got their first deal.” And I would just listen. And so I wanted to be able to break it down, because, I mean, unbelievable that now I’m that person for somebody who’s just started. So I wanted to [inaudible 00:09:33].

Cody Hofhine:
Perfect. Perfect. So the call comes in on the 21st. What did it sound like? Was this something that took time to really understand if they really wanted to sell their home? Was this something right out of the gates you’re like, “Wow, this is something that could be motivated”?

Shamessia Lee:
Yeah, it was right out of the gate. And that’s what scared me because you hear often, and I think this is so true, that it takes a while. It may take seven times of talking to the seller for it to actually be … You get that contract. But this was like, “I need to do this now.” And the reason was because the home was actually going into foreclosure. So I think the foreclosure date was set for like March 12th, or the 15th. And so, we didn’t really have a lot of time. And so, if the seller wasn’t motivated enough that day, is to make them motivated. And so, yeah, it happened.

Cody Hofhine:
And do you feel like you felt a little bit of the pressure like, “Oh my goodness, I’m at the beginning stages. Oh my gosh, do I even known how to do this? Am I going to be able to facilitate this fast enough? Am I going to be …” Did you feel almost like the stress or a little bit overwhelmed thinking, “Oh no, this is my first deal. I hope I can do this right”?

Shamessia Lee:
Oh, I was so stressed, not only because it was my first deal, but this is a really crucial situation. Because we were working with time where if we didn’t get this done quickly, then the seller was going to be affected. But I believed that I could feel it. I put a lot of faith into, of course, Wholesaling Inc. And also, a local mentor here, which I’ll do say is a member of the tribe, Robert Anthony. And he helped me so much.

Cody Hofhine:
He is a great dude. So Bob Anthony is in your market, you say?

Shamessia Lee:
Yes, he is.

Cody Hofhine:
Oh, he’s awesome. And he’s doing just a ton of deals too, by the way. So this probably gives you a lot of hope working side by side with him.

Shamessia Lee:
Oh my goodness. And he has just so much support. And you know, the only thing he said to me is, “All you have to do is pay it for it.” And it just made me so excited that somebody was willing to pour into me. And then, of course, because of that, I’m going to pour into anybody that I can. So [inaudible 00:11:35] support the tribe.

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah. I was going to say, do you feel like it’s not just like, “I want to give credit where credit’s due.” I think so many times it like, “Thank you guys at Wholesaling Inc.” But it’s like, “This is a specific scenario where I want to highlight.” I think it’s more crucial about the community, the tribe, how crucial it is that you’re tapped into like-minded individuals. And you’ll realize a ton of strength comes from just being involved in the same course, or the same, whatever it is you like to do, that you surround yourself with people that are like-minded. And I believe that’s the beauty of the tribe, the community. And I love that here we are talking about just another student, just Bob Anthony that just stepped up. And here’s the community, the tribe. And this has been an incredible resource for you. So keep going. Keep going.

Shamessia Lee:
Speaking with the seller, they had already previously met with another investor. And so, that just put things in perspective as well because the investors they met with, I guess, he didn’t build that rapport. And so, I heard that from the podcast like, “Oh, the seller they met with someone else, but they decided to sign the contract with me because we had that rapport built.” And so, it’s when I learned it is important to build that rapport even before you start talking about the house because the seller wants to feel comfortable. No matter how motivated a seller is, they still want to feel comfortable with who they do business with.

Cody Hofhine:
Tell me, Shamessia. I think this is a good thing to talk about. I love that you brought up building rapport. And I think for most part, we understand what that means. But in a granual level, help us understand what exactly that looked like to build rapport. Because I think we hear the word a lot, like build rapport. And so in our mind we’re like, “Oh cool. We just got to connect.” But what specifically did you do to connect or to build rapport?

Shamessia Lee:
So when I went to the house and met with the seller, the first thing you really have to do is to say, “Can we sit on a couch and just talk for four seconds?” And so that’s what I did. We sat down and we talked. They had a dog. I got to know the dog. It’s an interesting story because the seller was actually … Her son had power of attorney. And so when I say the seller I say he, but actually it’s his mom who was selling the home. But she was sick. And so, her son had power of attorney so I spoke with him mostly.
And so, just sitting down and speaking with them and asking them about family, and just listening really. I mean, I didn’t even have to ask too many questions. So the seller would just pour out everything that they were going through. And so, just sitting there and listening. It’s not as hard as you would think because all they want someone to do with suicide. I mean, I could barely get a word in to be honest, because you would be surprised if someone’s going through whatever they’re going through, how much they just want to tell the story and to just have someone to just sit back and listen. So it’s just easy.

Cody Hofhine:
That is a good point, Shamessia. I love that you’re sharing this, that it’s almost like the whole verbiage like God gave you two ears, one mouth, use them proportionately. And it’s like, just sit there and listen. And too many times, we try to be the show, or we try to sell the benefits when it’s like, they don’t need to hear the benefits. They just need to be heard. And you spent the time to just listen, listen, listen. And simply just doing that probably gave them this sense of just like, “Oh my gosh, I could just open up my whole life to this person. This person’s an awesome individual.” And you were that person. Okay. So you go out there. You build rapport. You’re listening to him. What took place from there? I mean, did you even have to look at the home? Or is this more of just like it just all came together? What did it look like for you?

Shamessia Lee:
So I spoke with them. And we spoke probably for 30 to 45 minutes. And then-

Cody Hofhine:
So building rapport. Before even talking about home, we’re just building rapport for 30, 45 minutes before even looking at the home?

Shamessia Lee:
Right. Right.

Cody Hofhine:
I love this. I love this. Keep going. Keep going.

Shamessia Lee:
And so then they were like, “Okay, you can go around and take a look at the home.” So I took a look in the home, took pictures and everything, just the formal process. But I mean, after that, it was still just about building that rapport. Because at that point, we had already formed that hosting relationship. And so the seller, they still had doubts even though the house will be foreclosed on soon because they wanted to make sure that they were going to get the number that they wanted because they still had a balance on the mortgage. So that was another challenge for me because I’ve seen a lot of deals where most of the time the owner they ain’t clear. So we had to get the payoff statement just to make sure that the seller knew what they were going to get from the deal.

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah. And so, do you help them through that process? So here’s like a doubt they had like, “Oh, I don’t even know what I owe on it.” So did you have to help them through that process so that you could just solve the problems right there on the spot? Or is this something that took like multiple visits?

Shamessia Lee:
Yeah, so it took multiple visits because they were in contact with the foreclosing attorney that was assigned to the case. And so, it took multiple visits and saying. I also I had to put pressure on the seller just to make sure that they were taking care of. Because sometimes, you have to take the wheel. And that’s one thing that Bob taught me also that you have to take the wheel because sometimes if sellers are going through a lot, they’ll procrastinate. Sometimes it’s your duty to make sure that deal closes. Because even though they’re maybe dealing with this problem, they’ll still drag their feet. So I had to put the pressure and say, “We have to make sure that this gets the title so that it can close for your benefit.”

Cody Hofhine:
So, so, so true. So you work through these. Sound pretty easy to us like, “Oh man, that’s simple. Let’s just call the mortgage company. Let’s do this. Let’s find the person that’s working over your case. Let’s start looking at the numbers.” But can be really painful or stressful to the individual that owns the home. And so, you’re helping them through this process, which, again, just deepens your relationship and your connection with them. And was there any other big items that really had to take some place where you had to get in there and help them grab the wheel like Bob said?

Shamessia Lee:
Yeah. So in addition to that, the seller realized that with the power of attorney, he didn’t have an ID. So we had to make sure that he got his ID. And also had to grab a little with that. Because at one point, I hadn’t heard from him maybe in a couple of days. And so, I went to go visit the home and I found out that he was just under a lot of pressure. So instead acting, he just let time pass. And so, it really took to saying, “Hey, go ahead and go to the DMV. Let’s get everything moving so that we can close.”

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah. So I want everyone listening to this podcast today realize you have to hold their hands. They’re going through stress. They’re going through, not everyone you talk to. But in this particular case, when stress is high, sometimes they just want to stop and shut down and just resort to almost nothing because like, “Oh, I don’t know if I can do this. I don’t know if I can even get this to the end.” So it takes an incredible leader, like Shamessia and for those of you that are wanting to do deals, to step it up and help them. You want what’s best for them.
Had this individual just sat there, this person walks away with nothing. In fact, it could be worse. It could be where now it’s hurting their credit, or now it’s hurting bankruptcy. But no, Shamessia felt the obligation to step it up. Like, “Yes, it’s been a couple days.” Now, mind you, I didn’t ask your feelings going on. When you don’t hear from someone in two days, you’re probably like, “Oh no, what’s going on with the deal?”

Shamessia Lee:
No, it’s more about the seller because we have to make sure that they’re getting everything that they need out of this, which for them is just walking away with something, and not losing their home for foreclosure. Of course, getting something out of the deal.

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah. Awesome. So ultimately, you help them through all this. And what were you able to put the home under contract for?

Shamessia Lee:
So this one I put under contract for $61,368.

Cody Hofhine:
Okay. Now, here’s something interesting is the numbers. Is that because of the backside number of what they’re going to need to walk away from the deal? Or was this almost like a technique like I love Chris Voss with Never Split the Difference? You almost have an off ball, like an odd ball number where it’s like, “Oh, I can do 50,132.57.” So it’s like, “Wow, that’s pretty exact. He knows his numbers, or she knows her numbers.” To get that kind of a number, what made you come up with that number?

Shamessia Lee:
So first is thinking about the seller and what they wanted. So because they had already met with another investor, they knew what they wanted to walk away with. But it was also from Chris Voss, Never Split the Difference, because I had just read the book.

Cody Hofhine:
Holy smoke, it’s both of them?

Shamessia Lee:
Yes, it was both of them.

Cody Hofhine:
This is awesome. I love this because not many people actually read the book, Chris Voss, Never Split the Difference. But when you said this I’m like, “Man, this sounds like too good to be true. I think she’s read Chris Voss.” Okay. So you put under contract at that price so that they can get to see, those listening. What is a home that you put under contract at that price? What would it have been worth all fixed up so they can start to see the different margins, like the different prices?

Shamessia Lee:
So the home was probably worth in between 120 to 125,000 all figured out.

Cody Hofhine:
Okay. And it needed, I’m assuming, repairs. This is not in perfect condition. This is something that was deferred maintenance. Maybe a little ran down, needed some repairs?

Shamessia Lee:
Yes, it did need repairs.

Cody Hofhine:
Okay. So you put under contract for even more than 50% off, because it needs those repairs. But that gives people a perspective of where we’re at. So from there, what did you do?

Shamessia Lee:
So from there, we locked it up, put it under contract. And then that’s where we had to send it to title and just … We had to work out some things because I wanted to make sure that the seller wasn’t effected at all. So what I did was as soon as it was sent the title, we spoke with the foreclosing attorney just to extend the day of the foreclosure. So we got about a week extension just so that … I think we were probably maybe a day off or so. But I still wanted to make sure that we had that extra cushion just in case we ran into any other speed bumps. I mean, which we did just being a mortgage still on the property. But we were able to get through everything. And we were able to close the deal.

Cody Hofhine:
Awesome. So what took place? What were you able to sell this home for and be able to do for this property, and this property owner for that matter?

Shamessia Lee:
Yeah. So we were able to sell the home for 7015. And so, there were a lot of buyers who were interested in the home. So what I did is, of course, after getting a contract, just to back up a little bit. I sent them out the property to my cash buyers, and I had a lot of people.

Cody Hofhine:
Marketing the contract. Is that what you end up doing?

Shamessia Lee:
Right, I’m marketing the contract. And so, I send out contract to cash buyers and that an inspection for the next Monday. And so, locked it up Friday, set an inspection for Monday and I got a lot of interest. So when I finally looked it up, it was just 7015.

Cody Hofhine:
7015. Now, with all said and done, so we can know the math behind this, what were you able to make on this deal?

Shamessia Lee:
So I was able to make $19,952 on this one.

Cody Hofhine:
Now, you know what’s coming to me, Shamessia. This is like your time, girl. So get ready. I want you to put a huge smile on your face as you hear this, because this is something that I am ringing for you. Not all the podcasts that you listen to, but this, my friend, is for you today. So here we go.

Shamessia Lee:
Oh my goodness.

Cody Hofhine:
Let’s do it again.

Shamessia Lee:
Oh, you do not know how good that feels.

Cody Hofhine:
Oh, well, I’ll tell you what, just from our weekly calls that we’re on just on our coach calls and stuff, whenever you’ve been on I’m just like, “You just always have this huge smile on your face. You’re just always doing.” You’re always doing, you’re always doing, you’re always taking action, and I’ve always loved this. I’ve loved this from the beginning of just watching you on our group calls. And it’s been amazing to see. And here we are in a reality situation talking on a podcast. And it’s like, it’s no longer faith. It’s now fact. What does this do for you moving forward? Here you have done this first deal. You did over $19,000, which is absolutely incredible. What does this do for you moving forward?

Shamessia Lee:
Oh my goodness, it changes everything. And first, it makes you know that it’s possible. Possible that you can do it one time and it’s going to happen again as long as you’re consistent. And also, it just gets me closer to my goals. So I would love to go full-time in real estate. And so it gets me closer to that because, of course, we are Christian before cut the rope.

Cody Hofhine:
That is fantastic. I sit there. We were joking before this podcast started. It’s like, “Wholesaling Inc. take it up corporate America. One person at a time as they realized real estate is incredible.” And here you are doing this, which I think is awesome. And now you’re looking at your own future. You’re looking at what you can do with your future.
Not have to worry about corporate America here in the near future. But that you just get to take it all in control. You’re going all in on yourself. We always call it going to the casino of life and going all in on you. Because at the end of the day, you are your greatest investment. And this is a perfect story of exactly that. So I want to thank you so much for being on this. But before we go, we always have to have the two questions. So learning. Knowing what you know now, is there anything that you would have done differently?

Shamessia Lee:
Honestly, if anything, I think just going big. And I say that, meaning once you start this, you’re nervous of what’s going to come. Is this going to work? How is this going to work? I don’t know if I would change anything. If I had a chance to do it all over, I would just go bigger because the bigger you go, the quicker you see results. [inaudible 00:25:34] you can say that I did it. And so I think my process, it went the way that it was supposed to go. I learned so much along the way. And I made mistakes, of course. But yeah, just to go bigger because you can never go too big. You can, but within your comfort zone you can never go too big. So I guess that’s what I would say is to just [inaudible 00:00:25:55].

Cody Hofhine:
Oh, I love that. I think just a question that ties into this. Someone always says, “How long will it take for me to do your deal?” Like how long will it take for me to do my first deal? And I’m sitting there thinking, “The better question is, how many will it take for me to do my first deal?” Meaning, instead of tying a time to it, how many actions you’re going to take to get a deal.
And so it’s like how many times. Instead of, how long will it take? It’s, how many times? Am I willing to do something to go out and get a deal? Because some people it’s quick. Some people it could be random. It doesn’t happen like this. So please, when I say this, please, this is not normal. But we’ve had people take so much action and come across and line up like the perfect things in life, and did a deal seven days into just starting. And then there’s some people in their 20s, 50 days, 100 days, four months, five months, it can be all over.
But the point is, just like you said, it’s go big. Play big. Get out there and be willing to do it many times versus go on one appointment a month. Yeah, it could take a long time. But if you’re willing to go on an appointment every single day, yeah, you’re going to cut down that learning curve, and you’re going to get that deal a lot quicker. It’s all about how many times and not how long. You can be given the exact same time, but the person that makes more attempts is going to simply get deals faster. So awesome point. What about a book? What’s something that you’ve read recently that you would like to share with the audience that has been game-changing for you?

Shamessia Lee:
I tried to think about this and not say this because everyone has said this, but just for everyone who did not. PSA, for those who have not read Rich Dad Poor Dad, you have to read it. It will change mindset. Keep it simple and stick with the first thing that came to mind.y

Cody Hofhine:
I love it. And I think that’s a classic. And I don’t think you should feel bad about saying something that a lot of people say, because that is a great book. And it’s great for the mindset. It’s been incredible. In fact, that’s why I was like, “You went further than me. You graduated college.” I was like, “Uh-uh (negative), this is not for me.” Because of that book, I was like, “Okay, there is another road. You mean I don’t have to go to college?” And I was like, “Yes, this is my guy. Let’s go.”
So great, great book. I love that book. And Shamessia, I want to tell you, thank you so much for being on this podcast today. I know there are so many people listening to this. They’re like, “Oh, it was just refreshing. It was just inspiring. It was motivating.” But to those listening today, you got to remember you have to act on this inspiration. You got to act on this motivation that you received today from Shamessia. You have to act because just simply listening doesn’t do it for you. Won’t get you any closer to your deal. It’s your actions that are going to get you close to your deal.
So she has shared so much knowledge, so much value today. You just need to get out there and simply start acting upon what she has shared. And those feelings that you felt, those promptings you felt, that inspiration you felt, the things you wrote down, I need you to act on them today. Not tomorrow, but today. So Shamessia, thank you so much for sharing, and adding so much value to our listeners lives today.

Shamessia Lee:
All righ. Thank you, Cody.

Cody Hofhine:
Okay. Rhino Nation, what an incredible, incredible podcast? One that you’re going to want to listen to over and over again. And if you guys need help building your wholesaling business, your real estate business, head on over to wholesalinginc.com where you can fill out a short questionnaire, get on the phone with our team, and begin to have the conversation to see if this really is a fit for you. And if so, let’s get you in the tribe, and let’s get you well on your way to doing your first deal in real estate. Take care, and we’ll see you on the next episode.

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