Posted on: May 15, 2020

Do you have the qualities of an extraordinary wholesaler? Are you willing to seek advice, take massive imperfect actions, and act on a simple idea? Today’s rockstar guest ticked all the boxes and shared how he made a deal happen even if he’s still a wholesaling newbie!

Tyler Hurst just closed his first ever deal. However, that’s not the most impressive part. What makes the deal awesome was he did it without hands-on mentorship and experience!

If anything, Tyler didn’t have a perfect plan. What he had going for him however was his unwavering belief in himself and his steadfast desire to keep going. If you’re looking for an inspirational story especially during these trying times, consider this episode a must-hear!

Key Takeaways

  • How he did a deal without hands-on mentorship
  • The marketing channel he used to find a lead
  • What skip tracing is
  • What he uses to skip trace
  • What it was like when he first talked to the seller
  • How much he was able to put the property under contract for
  • How much he was able to sell the contract for
  • What he’ll do differently knowing what he knows now

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Episode Transcription

Cody Hofhine:
You’re listening to another episode here at Wholesaling Inc. My name is Cody Hofhine. I’ll be hosting today’s podcast episode. And I’m super excited to be with each one of you today. For those of you that are new listening to the podcast, I want to welcome you first and foremost, and for those that are like, “Whoa, what is this podcast even about?” We’re just going to be deep diving how you can go out in your markets and find deeply discounted properties because if you can get out there and find deeply discounted properties, you can make a fortune in real estate.
So, our podcast is dedicated to teach you on how to do that, but more importantly, we interview individuals that are currently doing deals right now, right in this market, right in this economy, so they can deliver all of the value that what they’re doing right now to find deals. So, what I want you to do is get out a piece of paper, get out a pen or a pencil, or maybe your digital and you like writing this down or typing it down in your computer, great, whatever it is, but I want you to get ready to take action items and list them down. When you listen to this podcast the value of it is not getting inspired and motivated to go like hey, one day I want to do this. The value behind this podcast is to give you the action items that you need to take right now because when you act, you will get results, and those results will lead you to your first deal.
So, today we have with us Tyler Hurst from Austin, Texas. He’s been doing this now for about six months and he just closed his first deal. He now just joined the tribe, which I’m super excited for him to be part of the tribe and he’s just fired up, ready to go and build this business so that it can just be a business that serves him. So, we’re going to hear his story. So, Mr. Tyler Hurst, how in the heck are you doing today?

Tyler Hurst:
I’m great, Cody. Glad to be hear.

Cody Hofhine:
Well, what an honor to have you on the podcast today. I just love the fact that, well, maybe I want you to tell the story. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I don’t even want to assume anything right now. Tell us a little bit about who you are and what got you into wholesaling.

Tyler Hurst:
Sure. Sure. Well, my name’s Tyler Hurst and I live in Austin, Texas. I moved here from North Carolina about a year and a half ago. Well, actually when I was in North Carolina I used to be in construction and I started off just regular, like framing houses and got into building homes, and my family moved out here to Austin, and they’ve been out here for a few years, so I said, “Yeah, I want to go out there for a fresh start.” And came out here and did a different job where I was a driver for a construction contractor company. I’m driving around one day coming back from work and a video popped up in an ad on Facebook or something, for real estate, and it was actually through like a Dean Graziosi ad or whatever, and it was about real estate, and it was a free event to come to a two-hour workshop right here in Austin, just talking about how you can create wealth for yourself or whatever. And I got pumped up and I said, “Well, it’s free, so I’ll go check it out.” And so I went to it and they started talking about this thing called wholesaling. And it was just enough to pique my interest and it was just enough to give me a thousand more questions, right.

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah.

Tyler Hurst:
I was like, okay. And then the next thing was they had a weekend event you could go to and they were going to deep dive the whole process a little bit more. And so that was something that you paid for, so I was very interested. So it was worth it for me to pay for it. After this, well, I just became obsessed, Cody. I got on YouTube, because they gave me enough information during this three-day event to where I had enough to go on where I could really know what to look for, what to research, and so I just, like I said, I had a driver’s job, right, so all I did was ride around all day transferring the supplies to the different job sites for the contractors. And then I found you guys at Wholesaling Inc and I actually found y’all because I started to listen to a guy named Max Maxwell, which I’m sure y’all have heard of.

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah.

Tyler Hurst:
But I watched a lot of his stuff and he told me, well, he didn’t tell me, but through his YouTube videos or his podcast he said, “Yeah, I started listening to these guys, Wholesaling Inc.” And so it’s funny, it’s like a generational thing here, like a super successful guy like Max Maxwell listens to the podcast and then when he became super successful he has his own podcast and he mentioned y’all as what really got him to learn enough to where he could be super successful. So, I said, “Okay.” So, I started listening to the Wholesaling Inc podcast. Y’all give so much value, man. And all these interviews and everything with guys that are just like me. That’s why I think it’s so cool that I’m here now, just talking about the action steps they took to be the-

Cody Hofhine:
Getting the deal done.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, man. To get their deals done. And I’m just like, “Man, I can do this.” So-

Cody Hofhine:
Okay.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, man. So I’m driving around and I’m like now when I’m driving around I’m delivering some construction materials and I’m driving by neighborhoods and I’m like, “Oh, wow.”

Cody Hofhine:
Taking the long route. Let’s find some deals while we’re out here delivering.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah. I’m like, “Man, that house down there looks like it needs some work. I need to go buy that. Get that address.”

Cody Hofhine:
Now that we understand a little bit about what your background, which is exciting to me. Like, here you are, just working construction, you’re thinking already ahead of time. You’re already thinking how do I leave the 9-to-5. You get intrigued by a weekend seminar. You go out there. It intrigues you enough to have more questions, but you don’t stop. Many people at this point stop they’re like, “Oh, this isn’t for me. Or oh, this is going to be too much, I’m not going to do it.” But you just kept pushing after, which is incredible. I love that. And now, here we are on the podcast, and we’re going to be breaking down a deal that you did, and maybe I want to ask you the question, is what you learned from the podcast? Because you just barely joined the tribe. Like, you did this deal and because you did this deal you wanted to join the tribe, you wanted to get into the program, like all in, but you did a deal without really any hands-on mentorship. Was that because of the podcast? Or where did you find the instruction to get you out there to find your first deal?

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, man. I would say the podcast had probably 80% to do with it.

Cody Hofhine:
Nice.

Tyler Hurst:
And just other research I was doing online. But yeah, I mean pretty much that was my only guidance as far as what to do.

Cody Hofhine:
Wow.

Tyler Hurst:
It’s [crosstalk 00:08:06].

Cody Hofhine:
And you took massive and perfect action. I’m assuming as we go through this, you’re going to be telling your story-

Tyler Hurst:
Oh, yeah. It gets better.

Cody Hofhine:
… about how you even made mistakes but you keep pushing. Well, let’s break that down. Let’s go right to the meat and potatoes and get going.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, okay. Yeah, we’re almost up to speed, man, right into the first deal pretty much.

Cody Hofhine:
How did you find it? What was the marketing channel you were using to find this lead?

Tyler Hurst:
So, from one of the podcasts I heard a guy talk about how he just got on Craigslist, right, like it’s a way that you can find a cash investors, finding guys who are landlords and stuff like that, and I guess I was just working on the part of the business where I was like, “Okay, maybe I’ll … I think I was just kind of like trying to be productive one day and I was like, “I’m going to just get on here and see if I can find some investors. So, when I do find this property I’ll have an exit strategy.” And funny enough, what happened was I got on there and I called a guy that says, we buy houses. And he answers the phone and I’m like, “Hey, man. Just I’m out here. I’m looking for deals. I’m finding deals. So, if I come across a good one can I reach out to you?” Super nice guy, man. He was all about it. He was like, “Yeah, sure. I’ll meet you at a property and we can go from there.” I said, “Cool.” So I wrote his name down.
And this was like a month later. I’m still just working my job, trying to save money, it’s like I don’t really have the time that I want to put into wholesaling, but I’m just trying to get myself there. So, I’m saving money. Just really trying to grind and doing what I can in my spare time to learn and trying to wholesale, but I really couldn’t because I was just too busy, so I heard a way to get leads was to go to the pre-foreclosure list, right. I go to my county, grab a list, and I learned how to skip trace. It’s all like, you take it for granted now, but back then I was like, “Man this is like … How do I skip trace?” That was a lot of work.

Cody Hofhine:
There was all these processes. What am I going to do to make this into a reality?

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, right. That was something I had to learn. Like, I was like, “Okay-

Cody Hofhine:
So, what is skip tracing? Break it down for someone new listening. They’re like, “Okay, you went out there, you got this pre-foreclosure list.” And that’s going to be different, by the way, for everyone listening, it’s going to be different for everyone in every state, how you obtain that-

Tyler Hurst:
Yep.

Cody Hofhine:
But he gets this list, and now you skip trace it. What does it mean to skip trace?

Tyler Hurst:
Okay, so it’s just you type in the name and address that are on that list and there’s software and it basically just scrubs a bunch of data and gives you phone numbers that match up with that, so you can reach out to property owners.

Cody Hofhine:
Wow. I love that. I love that.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah.

Cody Hofhine:
So, you get the addresses, you get the homeowners.

Tyler Hurst:
Uh-huh (affirmative).

Cody Hofhine:
You send it in to get skip traced. Now, is there a specific companies out there that you use for that?

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, I use the Batchleads-

Cody Hofhine:
Perfect. Batch Skip Tracing.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, sorry, Batch Skip Tracing, yes. And there’s a couple of other ones. There’s even some free ones, like True People Search and sometimes they’ll give you the right numbers, but I tried to find one that I was like, I know is good and the Batch Skip Tracing hasn’t really let me down yet.

Cody Hofhine:
Awesome.

Tyler Hurst:
I’ve done a couple of them and seems to be one that works good. That’s the one I use.

Cody Hofhine:
So, you get the phone number back and you just start dialing for dollars. You just start picking up that phone and start calling people.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah. Yeah, man.

Cody Hofhine:
Okay. What did it sound like when you get on the phone with this individual, was it something that took a long time, or is this something like right out of the gates you heard motivation?

Tyler Hurst:
This most definitely took a long time. I’m honestly still kind of bringing you up to kind of how I got to the deal I did close. Yeah, so I got in touch with a guy on the foreclosure list and like you always talk about, like imperfect action, you know, I didn’t have any clear script or really what to say, I just basically said, “Hey, man, I can help you in the situation by purchasing your home and that way you don’t have to worry about being foreclosed on and everything. It’s a pretty good solution to your problem.” And so he was all about it. He wanted a really high price. He had a couple of other guys who had called him and he was like, “Man, these guys want, you know, they’re making me really low offers or whatever.” And I was like, “Okay. I understand. I just want to come see the property.” So, he was actually in a different state at the time and he told me where the key was at. He was like, “Man, you can go. You can go look at it yourself and check it out and then we can go from there.” I said, “Okay, cool.”
So, now if you remember this one cash buyer that I talked to a month ago. I was like, “Man, he said he would meet me at a property, and I don’t really know what I’m doing, but I’ll just get him to come meet me out here and see what happens.” Well, he meets me out here and basically, Cody, turns out this didn’t turn out to be a deal at all, but what happened was, this guy that met me out here has been in real estate for 30 years in the Austin area and he is a super awesome guy and he actually does wholesale deals too, and we had a great conversation at the house. And I told him, and I said, “Look.” And I said, “Hey, man, I’ve been struggling for the last probably like three months now just trying to get into wholesaling, trying to learn real estate.” I said, “Man, if I could just work with you or us just meet together sometime and anything I can help you with or talk to you about, I’m just really hungry to get into this. It would help me to just have somebody experienced in the market to, I don’t know.” Like, I didn’t really know where I was going with it. I was just like [crosstalk 00:13:30].

Cody Hofhine:
What’s crucial though is that you were willing to have this conversation.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah.

Cody Hofhine:
You were willing to ask someone and most people don’t dare to do that. Most people sit there and kind of struggle through this.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah.

Cody Hofhine:
And whether it’s a mentor that costs money or a mentor that doesn’t cost money, you need to ask-

Tyler Hurst:
Right.

Cody Hofhine:
… and be willing to seek advice. So, for those listening, this is gold.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah.

Cody Hofhine:
Be willing to seek advice from those you’re willing to trade places with.

Tyler Hurst:
It’s a pretty cool story. So basically what happened was, I just kind of kept on this guy like I would like a regular lead. Like, he’s real busy as an investor and I would call him every week and be like, “Hey, what’s going on? When you want to meet up?” And stuff like that. And he would be like, “Okay, well, I’ll call you back,” And I said, “Okay.” What I did was I tried to bring some value. I said, “Hey, I got a couple of potential deals that you want to go through them with me?” They were potential deals but they weren’t necessarily like home runs or anything.

Cody Hofhine:
Sure, sure.

Tyler Hurst:
But it was enough to where I think it showed him like, “Hey, man, well this kid’s really trying.” We went through some deals that night and actually, one of them had some potential, but we made a connection. Like, I built a relationship right there. And long story short, about a month later of us really working together trying to find deals, I was like stand on foreclosures and trying to drive for dollars and stuff. He has a website that generates leads and a lead came in there and he just gave the lead to me and said, “Hey, Tyler, I’m busy tomorrow, here’s a lead that came in through my website. I need you to go to this appointment.” And so I was like, “100%. I got you.” So, I go out there to this appointment. Turns out it’s just a lady, her husband died six years ago and the house needed a lot of work and she was just wanting to get into her new house at a lake property. She was wanting to buy that house and she needed to sell this house in order to get to that property. She was done with the house and she was ready to go.
I kind of went over some numbers with my investor friend and he was like, “This is our max allowable offer we can get.” I was way under that and I just locked it up with her that day and kind of like acted like an acquisition-type guy, almost, and brought it back to him signed. And he thought it was cool that I … There was no guarantee that I was going to get her to agree to it because she’s talking to other people as well.

Cody Hofhine:
Sure, sure, sure.

Tyler Hurst:
So, I don’t know much about the contracts neither. Like, I had a regular Texas real estate contract and I’m going through it with her for the very first time and I’m just trying to do the best I can with it, but basically, I just tried to be like as upfront as possible and I said, and the little studies I did on the contract I was like, “This is that. This is that. This is what I know about this. But here’s our price. This is when we want to close.” Got the signature and that was that.

Cody Hofhine:
Tyler, here’s the best part about this is the fact that you just went out there and took massive imperfect action, and for those listening to the podcast that’s what you have to get from the story. Here was an individual, Tyler, that knew nothing about real estate, but it didn’t stop him. And too many times we’re stopped by ourselves. We get in our own way and we’re like, “Oh, we don’t know enough. I’m not going to go out there because I don’t know enough.” This is a perfect example that you don’t need to be the expert, and you don’t need to know everything. You don’t need to have a perfect plan, you just got to simply be willing to act. And a lot of things are going to be things that you’ve never done before. It’s going to be things that are very new to you and it’s going to maybe create some anxiety or some fear, but it doesn’t stop Tyler. Tyler went out there not knowing anything. Not knowing the contract, not knowing anything, but he’s like, “I’m just going to do whatever I can to serve this individual. Be as upfront as possible with them and put the home under contract.” And through that massive imperfect action, he goes out there and he puts the home under contract. This is crucial.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, it was definitely imperfect, for sure. But a lot of motivation just from other podcasts that I had listened to, the same thing, so that kind of encouraged me because it was almost like from listening to other people’s stories, I kept telling myself, “Well, other people have been in my shoes too as far as being uncomfortable, but they did it anyways.” And so it’s just like this ripple effect of how people inspire me and I’m hoping that this inspires others.

Cody Hofhine:
I love it.

Tyler Hurst:
Anyways-

Cody Hofhine:
What happened with this deal?

Tyler Hurst:
Okay.

Cody Hofhine:
You take it, you put it under contract, what do you do with it at that point? Does the guy have cash buyers that want it? Did he want it? What did it look like?

Tyler Hurst:
No, yeah, so check it out, man. So, we were going to work it as a wholesale deal, so I bring it back and he’s like, “Okay, well, let’s find some buyers.” So he had a couple of cash buyers, right, that are his go-to’s, but check this out, this is right when this whole COVID, corona thing started happening, so we bring an investor out to look at the property and this is like his ace investor, like this gal she always buys everything, but she got super scared, like with the markets and everything, she had a bunch of people telling her, just … Oh, no she got scared to make a big purchase, right.

Cody Hofhine:
Yep.

Tyler Hurst:
And it kind of put me in my mind, my investor friend here in a bind because we were kind of counting on that and we kind of go back to the office and look at each other like, “Hey, man, we got to find some investors.” And so what we did was, is the very next week, right, there was a foreclosure auction. So, I go to the county that I’m living in and then he goes to the county that’s right below our county, you know what I mean?

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah.

Tyler Hurst:
So, we went to two separate county auctions just to go find cash investors. So, what turned out happened, I got 10 numbers, he got 10 numbers, we bring them back and basically he was real busy so I just started reaching out to all the numbers and actually, we found a guy who was one of the numbers he got from his county. what I did was was just simple, I got 20 emails, I went out to the property, took a bunch of pictures of the property and then shot an email to all these cash buyers that we had just found and just said, “Hey, there’s an opportunity, if you know for an investment, it’s a great value, fix-and-flip, whatever.” And one guy reached out to me, and it was from my buddy’s list and he was like, “Hey, man, I’d love to come to see the property. We’re ready to go. We’re looking for a property.” I said, “Okay, great.”
So, I go, meet this guy at the property. He was very experienced as a fix-and-flip guy, he didn’t need to take that long. He just goes in there, he looked around for about 15 minutes and was like, “Okay, well I’ll get back with you.” And he was scared. He was scared with this whole coronavirus thing too. He was like, “Man, I don’t really know. What … Like, he didn’t want to shake my hand or anything, you know.

Cody Hofhine:
Sure, sure.

Tyler Hurst:
… because of social distancing and I was like, “Cool, man. I completely understand.” I was just trying to look at it from his point of view. Like, I was like, “Man, if I had a lot of money I’d want to make a good decision too. That’s a lot of money just for buying a house.”

Cody Hofhine:
That’s right.

Tyler Hurst:
So, he comes back about two days later and is like, “Okay, man.” He emailed me back with a contract from him.

Cody Hofhine:
Okay, so let’s slow down real quick. What did you put the home under contract for?

Tyler Hurst:
This is a pretty crazy story. We actually put it under contract for $250,000.

Cody Hofhine:
$250,000.

Tyler Hurst:
Yes.

Cody Hofhine:
And then what were you marketing it for? How much were you marketing it for to your cash buyer?

Tyler Hurst:
I was marketing it for $280,000.

Cody Hofhine:
$280,000.

Tyler Hurst:
Yes.

Cody Hofhine:
And this was a home that potentially when it’s fixed up could be worth what?

Tyler Hurst:
We ran the comps and looked at everything and we were thinking around $430,000. Like, anywhere from $420,000 to $450,000.

Cody Hofhine:
Okay.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah.

Cody Hofhine:
And so your market out for $280,000, this guy’s jazzed. Two days later, what is his offer come back looking like?

Tyler Hurst:
He comes back with an offer of $260,000. So, we were looking at it and this is where the story even gets better. I could’ve got that property under contract for lower and what ended up happening was, I talked with my partner, I said, “You know what? Because we were [inaudible 00:21:42] man. There’s so much that goes into this story. We had some other costs involved, like with our seller because she was behind on some mortgage payments, so we actually paid like $3,000 to catch-up two months’ of mortgage payments so that way we could get that right for her because she was real worried about it and it made her feel comfortable. So, there really wasn’t for us splitting the deal 50/50. We were like, “Man, there’s not a lot of meat on the bone left for us.” So, I said, “How about this?” Because she was fine. Just like we always talk about, it wasn’t about necessarily the house or the money. She was ready to just move on to her new lake property, or new house and do it quickly. She was just tired of the property, and I could sense that. She was not concerned about the money so much as it was just us closing and getting it done fast, especially during all this corona stuff.

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah.

Tyler Hurst:
So, I [crosstalk 00:22:34].

Cody Hofhine:
So what did you end up going back to do?

Tyler Hurst:
You already know. I renegotiated, and I told Jack, I said, “Hey, man. What do you think about us going back and trying to renegotiate?” He said, “I think that’s a great idea.” So I go back down there, I talked to the lady. I said, “Hey, so we’ve got an investor. He’s onboard. He wants to do it.” And then I showed her an addendum that we had for the contract with a new price on it, and I said, “But we need to be right here to really make this deal work.” And she was just like, “That’s fine.” She didn’t even hesitate. So, it really helped it bring some good value to me and my partner and it helped us make more money.

Cody Hofhine:
Yeah.

Tyler Hurst:
But at that time went back and then was good to go with my cash investor. We got a [crosstalk 00:23:18].

Cody Hofhine:
What did it end up going for? Let’s hear it. Let’s hear it.

Tyler Hurst:
$260,000.

Cody Hofhine:
What was the new contract and what did you end up selling it for?

Tyler Hurst:
Oh, yeah. I didn’t even say the number. I got her down to $240,000. Like, I negotiated it down to the new price was $240,000.

Cody Hofhine:
$240,000.

Tyler Hurst:
Gave us a nice little $20,000 spread and-

Cody Hofhine:
Nice.

Tyler Hurst:
Yes, and so-

Cody Hofhine:
And that closed on April 10th, was it?

Tyler Hurst:
10th.

Cody Hofhine:
Hold on one sec. You know what’s coming, right?

Tyler Hurst:
Oh, no way.

Cody Hofhine:
Here it comes my man, hold on.

Tyler Hurst:
Hey.

Cody Hofhine:
All right. We got the victory bell rang for you.

Tyler Hurst:
That is so cool. I can’t believe it.

Cody Hofhine:
Here you were listening to the podcast in the past and now here it is being rung for you, my friend, for your deal that you just did, not too long ago on April 10th, it closed. That is just a little over a week from the time we’re recording this you closed on this and here you are still pushing forward. It’s like now what do I do to get my next deal?

Tyler Hurst:
Exactly.

Cody Hofhine:
Which I am excited to see as this progresses. I’m going to be able to obviously be on our coach calls with you-

Tyler Hurst:
Yes, sir.

Cody Hofhine:
And obviously, with the forum, and with the modules you’re going through, so I’m super excited about that, but ultimately, looking back now, is there anything you would’ve done differently to help our audience in closing of this podcast. Is there anything you would’ve done differently knowing what you know now? Or, would you have done everything the same?

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, yeah, Cody, I wouldn’t have done anything differently. I would just encourage everybody out there to, like we talk about, just keep taking action and don’t be afraid to reach out to other people for help, like whether they’re around your market, people who are already wholesaling. Seven of them, eight of them might not really want to mingle with you, but then just by you talking two of them might be like, “Hey, yeah. I need help doing this.” And it goes back to if you can show up and be like, hey be a giver and provide value for somebody else, then therefore, they’ll help give you value and then you can learn and just I found that what really helped me was not trying to do it by myself and finding somebody to help me and I just kept after it, just not quitting. You know-

Cody Hofhine:
That’s awesome.

Tyler Hurst:
… that was the key, just don’t quit. There was plenty of times where I was discouraged and I was like, all those doubts come up and you’re like, “Man, this is just another one of those things. I’m just going to do something else. This isn’t going to work out.” But when you really just believe and just keep pushing and then it happens eventually and you’re like, “Wow, I’m glad that I didn’t quit.” Sometimes it takes-

Cody Hofhine:
So true.

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah.

Cody Hofhine:
Tyler, my man. I want to thank you. Here you are sharing value, right after only doing your first deal. And it goes to show that we’re all on our own different journeys, but each deal brings unique learning, unique struggles, unique challenges-

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, man.

Cody Hofhine:
… and you just figure it out through the time. Like, you didn’t build a perfect plan. You just if something came up that was like uncomfortable, you figured it out when it came up. It wasn’t like you could prep for it, you could prepare for it, and so many times we think we have to prepare for every situation and this is a perfect example of just get out there. And when something comes up that you don’t know, look it up at that point. When you found out that, oh, the cash buyers don’t want it that normally buy it, it’s like you had to get creative. Good, you go down here and find cash buyers. I’m going to go this way and find cash buyers. You just figure it out. You don’t need that perfect plan and that is probably one of the best messages that I wrote down even on my notes. I’m like oh, my gosh. Just get out there and just take action. You’re not going to be perfect. You’re not going to have all the plans. And when it pops up, something pops up that challenges you, you’re going to have to figure it out in that moment, but you’ll figure it out. Like, you’ll get this done. You’ll be able to think clearly because now you know exactly what it is you need to do versus this preparation that you know 98% of the time won’t even happen.
So, Tyler, thank you so much for being on this podcast today, and I know there’s only going to be more in the future where you’re going to be doing this consistently and we’re going to bringing you back on my friend.

Tyler Hurst:
Hey, Cody, man. Thank you so much.

Cody Hofhine:
Well, it’s an honor to have you on here and I know there’s going to be a lot of people that were touched by this, so thank you so much for joining us. Get out there and keep taking massive imperfect action and I’m excited to hear you in the near future be back on. Is that a deal?

Tyler Hurst:
Yeah, it sounds good to me, man.

Cody Hofhine:
All right. [inaudible 00:27:44] nation, You just heard an incredible podcast where Tyler just broke down step-by-step what it was he did and there’s so much more to the story that you probably realize that just with the timing of the podcast and how we have to get it as quick as possible, but Tyler worked through a lot of stuff. He found ways to serve people, and so what an incredible opportunity it was for each one of us to listen to this so we could just simply learn the action he took and what action we need to take each and every day so we can go out there and simply do deals consistently. So, get out there.
On the notes that you wrote down, I want you to take action today. Tomorrow doesn’t exist, you’ve got to take action today and, if you need help building your real estate business, head on over to wholesalinginc.com where we have an incredible opportunity right now where we’re trying to help as many people get into the game. Not be on the sidelines, but put the jersey on. Get in the game. And we have a way to do that will fit most people’s budgets out there, so excited to be with you guys. If you need help, head on over to wholesaleingincc.com where we’ll be glad to hop on the phone with you, see if it’s a fit and then get you into the tribe. Until next time, get out there and take massive imperfect action, and we’ll see you on the next episode.

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