Posted on: May 17, 2021

Joining Lauren in this episode is Chris Craddock, the newest coach of Wholesaling Inc. and the creator of the newly launched program, REI Revive. This program guarantees to bring in leads through the wholesaling tools that will get you paid every time your phone rings. For Chris, old and dead leads are gold! It just needs the right people and script to monetize those leads.

In this episode, the goal is for Chris to convince Lauren and the listeners to stop neglecting old leads in this strategic session. He will also talk more about the REI Revive program and how it massively boosts business income with its techniques and procedures.

Let Chris help boost your business through the  REI Revive program. Listen to this episode to learn more.

Key Takeaways

  • What the REI Revive program is about
  • The course setup that enables him to monetize more leads
  • The potential earnings to get from monetizing dead leads
  • On increasing profit by getting zero-base on marketing spend
  • Chris talks about the fear of cannibalizing leads that most people have
  • On the opportunity from sending text messages to old leads
  • The importance of building relationships with agents
  • On how to learn the technique, set up the procedure, and implement the system for busy real estate business owners
  • The keys to getting $9k per market per week
  • How people can learn more about REI Revive

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Episode Transcription

Lauren Hardy:
What’s up rhino tribe, this is Lauren Hardy and you are listening to the Wholesaling Inc podcast. Today I have one of my good friends and a coach with Wholesaling Inc. Chris Craddock, and he is the creator of the REI Revive program. It is the newest program being launched with Wholesaling Inc, I am so excited to have you today Chris, I learned so much from you already in our interactions that we had just recently at a mastermind so I’m excited to have you and to interview you today.
Welcome to the show Chris.

Chris Craddock:
Lauren, this is so cool and I’ve really, really enjoyed getting to be buds with you over the last few months. And this is just exciting and so excited to be here with you.

Lauren Hardy:
I have to say, so Chris and I went to a mastermind that several very high level investors, educators, people in our space, influencers in the real estate investing space were at, and my biggest take home actually came from a conversation Chris and I had in the hallway.
After speaking with Chris for about an hour I knew this guy really is sharp, he knows what he’s talking about, and I need to hang out with him more and pick his brain any time I get the opportunity to.

Chris Craddock:
Thank you. And yeah, this is fun. And also you, me and Rafael were the only ones waking up early to work out too, so come on, let’s go.

Lauren Hardy:
I know, I think me, you and Rafael are the same breed where we just have to get up and work out in the morning, and we have those goals and it was awesome. We would see each other every morning at 6:30 AM, which… It was a different time zone for me, so actually in my time zone it was 3:30 in the morning, but we were there pumping iron. It was awesome.
But the best thing was I got to know you pretty well and I got to ask you some questions, and you just… Gosh, you got the best advice. So super excited to have you coaching with us, and I think your program, REI Revive, is something that I personally have really neglected in my business. So today I want you to convince me to stop neglecting my leads that are cold and teach me how I can monetize my leads. So that’s the goal for today, is you convinced me to stop doing that.

Chris Craddock:
Fair enough. Let’s do it. Well, let’s dive in. I love it because I’ve loved coaching and helping people forever. So when I get to dive in and just see how I can help people make a massive amount of money from what they’re already doing, and it becomes life-changing money for a lot of people. And my guess is I know you run a big enough business that I guess the number is probably going to be a little bit staggering, when you look at it you’ll probably say, “Dang it, this is crazy.”
So let’s take a look at it, and you’re cool if I just dive in and ask you a bunch of questions about everything right now?

Lauren Hardy:
I am, but at first, if anybody doesn’t know who Chris is and what the REI Revive program is about. Chris, can you give us a quick summary about what your program teaches?

Chris Craddock:
Sure, yeah. So our current teaches… So usually when somebody calls, usually we do have you ever needs coming in at all. You’re able to monetize maybe one in 20. That’s somewhere in that ballpark, maybe two in 20, something very, very, very small compared to how many people are calling in, wanting to sell their house. Well that’s because very few people, just the blink test will tell us just logically, well, if a bunch of people call in “saying, Hey, I want to sell my house,” And you say, “I’ll buy it for 65 cents on the dollar.”
A lot of people are saying, “I’ll sell, but I don’t want to sell it for 65 cents on the dollar.” So you’re able to still do those 65 cents on the dollar deals, just like you’ve always done, but what about all of those other deals where they want to sell in the next 12 months, they want to sell immediately but you really don’t have a tool in your tool belt to do that.
So basically what we’re doing right now is making it so that every time your phone rings you can get paid. Because you’ve got one tool in your tool belt, which is your wholesaling tool, or you can buy at a discount tool. Now you can get another tool, it’s the perfect companion piece for anybody that brings in any leads, because now anytime somebody wants to sell, you can make money. And that’s what we do. We’re in the marketing business. We bring in leads and now we just get paid more often.
And I’ll just say one last quick pitch on why I think it’s so important before we dive into this, is I’ve seen wholesalers who are brand new who haven’t done a deal yet. Literally been in this for months, who started doing this import… Start bringing in thousands and thousands of dollars while they have not done a wholesale deal yet, because they had people that want to sell but they hadn’t found the right wholesale deal.
On the other side, and one of the biggest wholesalers in the country that I do a lot of business with as well, personally do business with and actually built a lot of this program with, we literally send them over $60,000 every single month in referral fees, 60,000 a month. That’s three quarters of a million a year. And I don’t care how big your business is, three quarters of a million dollars a year is a life changing number.

Lauren Hardy:
Oh it is. So how exactly are you monetizing your leads, with what, with who?

Chris Craddock:
Yeah, so the whole course is set up like this. First thing we do is we teach you to identify a real estate agent that is happy, hungry, humble and smart. Somebody…. And I’ll tell you, if you’re ever looking to hire anybody, if you’re growing your company, I’ll tell you, keep those four characteristics down because that is who you want to be in business with. Somebody that’s happy. If they’re not happy where they came from, it’s just a matter of time before they’re not going to be happy with you.
If they’re not hungry… I have a good friend of mine, he’s a massive, massive wholesaler. If I said his name, I think a lot of people would know his name in this industry. He wanted to get this thing going with his team, and he said he had a good buddy of his who he thought was really sharp. And I said, “So what’s going on?” He’s like, “Well, he’s getting his license now.” I said, “What did he do last year? And he’s like, “Well, we decided to take a year off.”
And I’m like, “Take a year off?” I was like, “I don’t know that that’s the hungry person that takes a year off,” because I don’t know about you Lauren, but my butt’s always burning. I’ve got to be doing something or I just… It’s that hungry thing. What I was talking about, it’s like when you rip open their chest and they have a heart of a lion inside, and I don’t see the lion just taking a year off. And then humble, they got to be humble. Don’t confuse confidence with arrogance. It’s two different things.
You can be massively confident, and that’s one of the things I love about people that listen to podcasts, is they’re sitting there saying, “I don’t know everything and I want to learn from other people that are able to teach me.” That’s why I listen to podcasts all the time, because there’s so many people that I can learn from every day. And so the humble part and then smart. One of my favorite books is The Road Less Stupid, and he talks about… So good right?

Lauren Hardy:
So good, so good. I knew I liked you. I knew I liked you. We are cut from the same cloth.

Chris Craddock:
I love the book where he says just dont … Basically he says don’t pay your stupid tax, don’t make the same mistake over and over again. Be a quick learner. If you make the same mistake over and over again then you’re paying the stupid tax, and I’ll even go one step further, because the same reason why people tune in to listen to you Lauren is because you have a process for doing this. You can shorten the learning curve. And honestly if somebody just says, “I need to find out myself,” that’s a foolish thing to say and you’re paying a stupid tax. And you pay that with your time, money and energy because you get there so much slower and so much more expensively than if you actually learn from other people.
So that was a long, long, long way to describe it. But you find an agent that’s happy, hungry, humble, and smart, and then once you do that, you learn the scripts to be able to pass that… All of these leads off, you need to figure out which ones are good for you and which ones to pass off. And you need to pass those off to the agent in a way that doesn’t get the seller to just turn you off.
And then the second piece of this, and you set your agent up for success. You do your pre-qualification call. Then the second piece we in our course train your agent, and so the second piece is you train your agent, your business partner, and you teach them, how do they have their pre-qual? Because I do a lot of sales training, and in sales training you know that if you ask the right question people will tell you how to sell them. They’ll tell you what their pain is and then you can solve their pain.
And the people that make the most money are the ones that solve other people’s problems. So we learn to pre-qual and then we learn that there’s five reasons why every person that talks to an investor will sell with an investor versus go regular retail. And we learn the script for each one of those to turn those over, and then we get it signed up with great commission and how to just basically get paid every time somebody is ready to sell a house. So does that explain it quickly, shortly?

Lauren Hardy:
It does, basically you’re working with agents, you’re giving the leads that you know you’re probably not going to close and they just would’ve sat there in your database rotting anyway. And instead you’re making a cut of the commission if the agent is able to turn the property, able to sell the property with the seller.

Chris Craddock:
Yeah, yeah. And two pieces… So I have one client who his wife was an agent, and he’s like, “Oh, we’ve got this down. We got this down.” And two and a half months in he called me and he said, “Chris, we’ve made $90,000 in the last two and a half months that we would have never seen if we didn’t start with your course, we would just would have never seen this life changing money.”
And then my other friend, the one that we’re sending over 60,000 a month to, he had tried open brokerages, he’d tried all this stuff for years and it just… He couldn’t crack the code, and now we’ve done it and he’s just like, “Man, this is unbelievable. Literally $60,000 a month was just dead in my CRM, it was just dying there, nothing happening with it. And now it’s just like it’s already been paid for.”
That’s the crazy thing, you pay nothing extra, it’s already been paid for. So yeah, that’s it.

Lauren Hardy:
So something I learned this year, and I paid a lot of money to have a very high level CFO look at my entire business and all my business [inaudible 00:11:34], and she identified something for me that I never thought to do. I’m still a young business owner, still learning. I’m still new in the journey of owning multiple businesses and I’m trying to grow as a business owner, I’m trying to be more effective in my day and I’m trying to make more money with what I have. Cutting expenses and how do I make more money with my existing business right now?
And something that she taught me was to separate all of my revenue streams. So even if you have one business, say you have a wholesaling company, think of all the ways that you can monetize that company and build revenue streams. So maybe one is just direct wholesaling deals and then there’s maybe a revenue stream of flips you’re doing. And then maybe you can create a revenue stream of JV deals where you’re just the disposition because you already have a buyers list, and you have that.
So I’m just giving you guys some of my revenue streams through my investment company okay? Another revenue stream could be you’re taking down rentals. A missing revenue stream for my company is this exact thing, monetizing my dead leads, which it’s shocking how many I have in my database. So I want to talk to you about what I struggle with with this concept, and hopefully you can motivate me enough to take some time to come up with a process for this. Should we get into it?

Chris Craddock:
Let’s do it. All right, so how many leads in the last… Let’s just break it down in the last week, let’s just break that down. Then we’ll trap that out over what it looks like over a year. In the last week how many leads have you had come in?

Lauren Hardy:
Okay. So I am going to talk about just one of my markets. I’m in four markets, so let’s keep it really simple and talk about one, because I think that’s where most people would relate to that’s listening to this podcast. So in one of my markets I get about 40 leads on average per week. So 40.

Chris Craddock:
40 leads a week. Then how many of those do you pre-qual are willing to sell at a discount, like willing to go that next level in conversation?

Lauren Hardy:
Are you asking me how many people are willing to hear an offer or willing to sell it at discount?

Chris Craddock:
Well.

Lauren Hardy:
That’s a hard question.

Chris Craddock:
Well see, here’s the thing. Either one actually works well, but let’s go sell at a discount. How many people are willing to entertain a discounted offer?

Lauren Hardy:
Hmm, let’s say 20.

Chris Craddock:
20.

Lauren Hardy:
We have… Yeah, because we get 40 and then we usually make offers to 20 of them. We try to make offers to everybody but what happens is we get ghosted, and normally we get ghosted because they realize that we’re not going to pay market value. So I would say 50% right there is willing to still talk to us after they know what we do.

Chris Craddock:
Yeah. Well, here’s the crazy thing. We’ll get into those ones that go [inaudible 00:14:35] market value from the beginning right away, but here’s the crazy thing. When you look at all of the… So you got 20, and then how many do you lock up every week? How many do you take to closing every week?

Lauren Hardy:
Two deals out of that.

Chris Craddock:
Okay, two. So what you’re telling me right now is 18 people every single week that you talk to… Give me the average price point in that market.

Lauren Hardy:
180,000.

Chris Craddock:
180 K, all right. So we teach people to take… You got to watch… There’s been some lawsuits and stuff about price fixing in commissions and everything, so bottom line is we teach people to take more than what the average agent… The average agent takes 3%, we teach them take more than that.
And in my market, the… I’ll just say where our market is, the average agent takes a listing at 4.2%, which is both buyer and seller. Our average commission is above 6% for us, because again, we’re not having the agent conversation, we’re having a what is the pain and how do we solve the pain conversation. So we’re going to look at this, 180,000 times 0.035, which is what we’d want to take. That’s 6,300 a month, or 6,300 a closing. Let’s just say… We’re only talking about the 18, we’re not talking about all of the other people that would sell to an agent or sell retail right off the bat.
So the best agent… So here’s our closing percentage. If you were to take those 18 and set it up with an agent, a average agent should close, using our program, about 25% of that 18, above average we see about 31%, and then our best agents are closing at 42%.
So let’s just take a total average agent. So we’re saying 18 deals times 0.25 is four and a half a week. And we said that there’s $6,300 times 6,300, that means every single week you have the opportunity to be bringing in… If you do this at a high level, over $28,350, that is what you’re leaving on the table. That is what is going to be selling every single week that you have already paid to bring them into your world, have already had a conversation with them, they’re willing to interact with you. They’re willing to raise their hand and say, “I will sell if I get the right price, I will sell if all the terms are right. I will sell if you make it easy to say yes to.” That’s the whole thing.
So a lot of times people think mafia, like an offer you can’t refuse. Like hard to say no to, I want to find offers that are just easy to say yes to, that’s what we look at. So you got your wholesale deals, that business already going on. And what I’m seeing right here is that you have just in the one market about $28,000 a week.
Now with the 28,000, you would times 0.0… All right, 28,000, 0.35. All right. So you would keep 35% of that-

Lauren Hardy:
Okay.

Chris Craddock:
Is what I teach. So every single week you should be able to look around 9,800 a week in an average closing. So just with what you’re doing, and let’s say that you are doing it at a lower level, let’s say it just takes you a while to ramp up and get a good agent and everything else. Literally, you’re looking at probably a quarter million to half a million a year, very easily-

Lauren Hardy:
That’s [inaudible 00:18:24].

Chris Craddock:
That you’ve already paid for.

Lauren Hardy:
Yeah, that’s insane. That is insane. That makes me want to jump off a bridge. [inaudible 00:18:33] which was what I was hoping you would do. I was hoping that the money would be enough to add this to a mission critical item that I need to complete by say quarter to 2021.

Chris Craddock:
Well, let me ask this question for you. One more question. Do you mind sharing in that market, like ballpark, what a marketing spend, what you’re spending in that market?

Lauren Hardy:
Oh gosh, okay, that’s hard because I’ve got four. I couldn’t really give you a straight answer on-

Chris Craddock:
Well let me ask this question, are you more or less than 10,000 a week?

Lauren Hardy:
Oh, less.

Chris Craddock:
Okay. So what I’m getting at is how crazy is the fact that you literally could implement this and have almost all of your overhead paid for so that anything you make from here on out is profit. How crazy is that?

Lauren Hardy:
Oh yeah. No, I’m actually… I’m doing the numbers now and I’m dividing it by four. Because I put everything in a pot and then I don’t have it broken down by market, but… With my expenses at least. But yeah, I mean we’re talking probably $9,000 in expenses… And it’s exactly… It would literally pay my overhead expenses, that’s insane. That’s insane.

Chris Craddock:
So from right then and there, you zero-base all your marketing, everything that you made you keep, on your marketing, minus [inaudible 00:19:53] and other things. But your marketing is completely paid for.
To me, I’m just like, “This is found money.” And so I’ll tell a story, I’ve told this story before, but one of my favorite stories is these mill workers, they were milling wood and they were just barely profitable. And honestly as I’ve met so many investors across the country, a lot of folks are just [inaudible 00:20:16] by as they’re trying to break through this barrier and go from common to uncommon. The people that are making a killing in this.
And so they were just barely [inaudible 00:20:27] by, milling wood, getting wood. And then what would happen was they just would throw away the sawdust. Well, the crazy thing was somebody got the idea that they would take this sawdust and repurpose the byproduct, and they started using it to press it… Compress it together to make particle board. They started using it for fuel to burn. They made candles, they made all of these other things out of it and they could sell the sawdust for as much as they were selling the wood for.
And honestly they went from being just mildly profitable to massively profitable, for stuff that they’d literally just been throwing away. And that’s what I want to teach all these investors and so many people across the country, is you are throwing away so much of your profitability. And a lot of people are just [inaudible 00:21:14] by, but if you could literally pay for all of your marketing, everything so that it’s at zero-base and everything becomes profit, how does that change your life?

Lauren Hardy:
Oh, this is life-changing even for me, what you’ve just said. Life-changing. I’m already convinced, but I think here are the things that were going through my head before talking to you. And I’ve been doing this business for nine years so I’ve been throwing away leads for nine years okay?
A, I would say, I don’t know even how to work with realtors in a way where I don’t know what commissions to offer, what’s attractive enough to get them motivated. How do I trust that the realtor’s going to be telling me what deals that they closed out of my leads? Just the time to put the process together, putting the recipe together. I don’t even know where to start. And the big one is the lead rating, what leads get sent to the realtor versus what if we have a pulse, I don’t want to miss out. What if that was a wholesale deal for us?
So there’s so many things that were always going through my head that was creating resistance for me, and which is why I never took the time to look into doing this. I’ve known about it for years but I never took the time.

Chris Craddock:
Let’s go through those questions because I think a lot of people are probably having those same questions. So the first one, let’s talk about cannibalizing leads, because I think that’s one of the biggest fears that people have. And so here’s what we found. If you have inbound leads, people that are calling you, usually comes from direct mail or radio or TV, something like that, where they’re calling you. We checked in with a number of wholesalers and a number of fix and flippers across the country, and we found that five days after offer you have less than a 5% chance to close that deal.
So if you make the offer and they need to think about it and everything else… And listen, everybody’s going to tell me that one story about following up for three years, closing a great, giant deal and all the other stuff like that, but when you realize how much money you’re leaving on the table, you start saying, “Okay, I did… Even though that was a great deal, I stepped over a lot of dollars to pick up pennies.” And so that’s a huge, huge, huge [inaudible 00:23:31].

Lauren Hardy:
When you say that, my average contact to deal closing amount of days is about 90. So the leads that we get in today close and we profit from in 90 days. Well think about it, 35 to 45 days of that is the escrow period. So there is this timeline of I don’t know if I would necessarily say it’s one week for us, but at least a month or two months where most of our leads get closed in the first month or two months. So I could find plenty of leads in my database that came in after that that I could try to get a realtor to work.

Chris Craddock:
100%. And what I’ve found is the outbound leads, the ones from texting or cold calling or just the outbound leads, is after 10 days. So it’s a little bit longer that they think about it, because they’re not calling you so the motivation is a little bit different. And so it’s double the amount of time for the ones that are outbound, where they drop off to less than 5%.
So that was the other piece there. And here’s one thing that I can also tell you, is if you send a mass text to every lead in your database, and I’ll give you the text right now that you just send as soon as you have the system set up, it’s are you still looking to sell if you got the right price for your property?
Boom, I’ll tell you what. We sent that text to 800 people, somebody just gave us a bunch of old leads. We sent that text to 800 people, we set 29 retail appointments for that, just out of that text. That was it, just a massive text, set 29, boom, got it done. And knowing that the averages is about 25% close ratio for low-level, your average level agents.

Lauren Hardy:
How do you know that they’re being honest?

Chris Craddock:
That’s a good question. So when you’re picking the agent they need to understand the upside of your relationship with them, and so one of the things we always talk about in sales, which I’m sure we’ve all heard this a thousand times, it’s almost cliche, is on their forehead we see WIFM. What’s in it for me? That’s the whole idea there.
And so what we don’t understand, and this is what’s so weird is in the investor world and in the agent world, we live in these two separate worlds where we don’t understand the other side, but agents love listings because here’s why. Listings make babies. That’s my catch phrase right there. And literally from your business alone, just seeing what you’re doing right here, your business alone can add half a million to maybe even a million dollars of net profit, to an average real estate agent that’s… Not an average, to an uncommon agent that you partner with, you can grow their business. Because not only will the listings they get from you create more listings, but they’re going to create buyers and they’re going to create opportunities to bring in higher level people into their team.
And listen, you’re going to break their business because they’re not going to be able to handle all the leads you give them without reinventing. My business… As I grew with one of the companies that I talked about with my personal business, my business broke probably four times where it just fell apart and I had to reinvent it, but that’s why you’re looking for that are humble. And we’ll go to people that are doing higher level business and say, “Help me.” And so that’s that whole idea right there. And so when these people look at it and say, “Oh my gosh, if I screw over Lauren and make… Let’s say I make an extra 20, 30 grand, it’s going to cost me maybe 500 to a million dollars a year.”
You got to realize, it’s like the cold war in a way, nobody launched a nuke because they knew that if they did it it was going to blow up… They were going to blow themselves up. And so that’s that whole idea. One, we want to be in business with people that we have a high level of trust for, but two, when they realize that you are growing their business like crazy, you’re going to be their favorite person in the world and they’re never going to want to hurt you because they know they’ll hurt themselves if they end that relationship.

Lauren Hardy:
So I have another objection that I want to… Skip the other two, another one for me. Let’s talk about the high… Maybe the next level, and a person who’s not working in their business but more outside of their business. I don’t do the day-to-day stuff, I have multiple companies and I am so busy. I could not possibly imagine learning this technique, setting up the procedure and implementing it. What do you recommend for someone like me who is super busy and does not have the time to just set the process up, which would probably mean I’m going to keep putting it off?

Chris Craddock:
Yeah, no, no, no. I totally get it. I own nine businesses myself and so I’m with you. I understand so many things are calling at you all the time, so here’s what I would say. You would have your acquisitions, main acquisitions manager go through the course, they would do the things to choose the right agent. And the crazy thing is in just a matter of a few weeks your system can be completely set up. And the reality is there’s not a lot of massive changes, it’s a lot of smaller tweaks. And these tweaks are huge. Don’t get me wrong, but it’s not a massive amount. It’s how we phrase, what we do when we’re not going to close on those leads, what we do with those leads, how we hand them off, how we script it, how we phrase that.
But that’s the whole piece on the investor side, a big piece of it… Honestly, if you choose an agent, even a great agent, they’re not going to close well unless they are learning their scripts and their dialogues. So it’s on them as well. It’s probably more on the agent to learn their piece, those five things and how they script it and how they dialogue and how they solve their problems.
But on the investor side it really is just a handful of things that you’re really going to change in your business, but then it’s set and then that’s the system from there on out. It’s not a lot of new stuff, it’s just some tweaking and how you do it, and then that agent is going to have to be on the support calls, all the other stuff to really make sure that they’re getting their scripting right. Because that’s the difference between closing at a high level and closing at a low or moderate… Or even a level where it’s not even worth your time, is how good is their scripting?

Lauren Hardy:
Well, okay. So it’s crazy, you definitely convinced me. When you said $9,000 a week per market, you had me at that. I did the math, and so if it’s 9,000 per market per week you were saying? And I’m in four markets.
So for you guys that are in multiple markets, that’s $36,000 just a week, and then in a month that’s $144,000 a month. Are those realistic numbers for someone like me?

Chris Craddock:
When you look at the people that have been doing it and doing it well, absolutely. You’ve got to… And the biggest key is choosing the right agent and making sure that your people follow the process. That’s just it. And I’ll get one … One of the biggest tools here is for your people you’ve got to never, ever use the word realtor, because if they think you’re passing it off to a realtor, they’re brothers, uncles, realtor, they don’t want to talk to their realtor. They’ve got a… Everybody knows 400 realtors, there’s more realtors that there are active listings right now in the market, than there are homes for sale on the market. You just got to make sure that it’s done right and done well, and then pick the right agent, because that agent…
I guarantee you that just the people listening to this podcast right now, a lot of them have tried doing stuff and they probably had mixed results, okay results. And my guess is they probably don’t have the agent that’s happy, hungry, humble, and smart, or they don’t have the path to shorten the learning curve.
So the learning curve was so big that they were just… They didn’t have a lot of success at first. And then they said, “All right, we’re out.” So didn’t know how to phrase it right and how to script to write and how to talk to the sellers in a way they wanted to be talked to.

Lauren Hardy:
That’s amazing. Well you’ve blown my mind just in this short episode. I’m definitely motivated now to make this a mission critical item because the amount of money I’m throwing away makes me sick.
Well, Chris, how can people that are listening to this learn more about REI Revive?

Chris Craddock:
Yeah, absolutely. You can go to WholesalingInc.com/Revive. So that’s a big piece right there, WholesalingInc.com/Revive. And I also… I try to work on my Instagram @Craddrock, C R A D D R O C K. I’ve been trying to respond to any DM on there so if anybody has any questions, happy to do that, but if you go to WholesalingInc.com/Revive, we can get in and see if this is right for you and your business.

Lauren Hardy:
Amazing Chris. Well, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with me and having this little strategy session. I got a lot of out of it and I’m sure anybody that’s listening did too. So thank you so much for joining us and I’m very excited for REI Revive and to see all the people that you’re going to be helping through this program.

Chris Craddock:
Well thanks so much for having me, this is awesome.

Lauren Hardy:
All right guys, thank you so much for listening. Until next time.

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