For those who are new to wholesaling, the whole process can be overwhelming at first. And it’s totally understandable since you’ll have a lot of key considerations to take into account and decide on.
What list should you market to? What marketing strategy should you use? What do you do to ensure no prospect slips through the cracks?
To help you out and make things easy for you, Brent discussed in detail the 18 steps you need to take note of to win the wholesale game. After listening to today’s episode, you will not only gain a clearer understanding of the wholesaling process, you will also be able to effectively gauge your strong and weak points so you can master every level and dominate.
If you are ready to make your mark in the wholesaling world, consider this episode a must-listen!
Are you a neophyte wholesaler eager to find your first deal? Or are you a seasoned one who wants to get a step ahead of the pack? Whether you are the former or the latter, today’s episode can help you effectively (and easily!) achieve both objectives.
Today, we have the honor and privilege to pick the brains of Grant Wise, an audacious, innovative, and steadfast marketing strategist who has helped people find deals using Facebook Ads.
While he was born into a family who’s passionate and very much involved with real estate, his venture in the industry has not been smooth sailing. Fortunately, adversity has made him wiser. At 23, he launched his social media boot camp program and he has never looked back.
If you want to discover and try a unique and truly effective marketing strategy that will produce massive ROI (Grant earned $10, 800 in assignment fee for a Facebook Ad he spent less than $150 on) and take your wholesaling business to the top, this is one episode you just can’t miss!
Today’s guest has been involved with real estate for a few years already, doing fix and flips, building up his rental portfolio, and doing wholesaling. While he was able to find deals back then, he was oftentimes uncertain how to find the next one.
Fortunately, when he joined the tribe in December of 2017, he got access to a system he can use and was able to finally tap into expert guidance. His investment paid off big time as the ROI he got has been truly massive—a little over $60, 000!
Regardless if you’re still finding your first deal or your nth one, you’ll surely get a lot of wisdom and insights from this episode so make sure you don’t miss it!
While the wholesaling business has proven challenging for some, it has been quite easy for Stephanie Polydoroff. Sure, one can assume she’s just lucky but for Stephanie, her wholesaling success can be credited to two things—tenacity and consistency.
Although Stephanie got her real estate license way back in 2016, it wasn’t until February of 2017 when she decided to get into wholesaling full-time. And she has not looked back since then! After cutting off her safety net, she closed 5 deals within the first 2 months using the proactive approach which is talking to people (TTP).
If you’re still in the process of finding your first wholesaling deal, you just might find the inspiration to push forward in this episode so don’t miss it!
Are you considering hiring an acquisitions manager but unsure about the key considerations to keep in mind and how the process should go? Do you ever wonder if you are better off working with a partner? Are you taking your wholesaling business to greater heights by asking the right questions? Tom answers these questions and more in today’s second installment!
Today’s awesome episode is part 2 of a 2-part series and it will give you the special privilege to listen in as no less than Tom Krol himself dishes out expert wholesaling wisdom, insights, and advice.
While some of the advices Tom shares might seem unconventional and even counterintuitive, the fact that he’s one of the best in the wholesaling business is enough proof they work.
If you want to pick Tom’s brain and discover how he has become a force to be reckoned with in the wholesaling world, this is one episode you shouldn’t miss!
Have you been putting in much time, effort, and resources in your wholesaling business but still not getting the results you are hoping for? Are you currently facing challenges related to wholesaling that you don’t know how to resolve? How do you gauge when you should deviate from the wholesaling SOPs that are in place? You’ll get an answer to these questions and more in today’s show!
Today’s special episode is part 1 of a 2-part series designed to help you determine where you currently are and how you can take your wholesaling business to the next level. If you’re not a member of the tribe yet, you’re in luck as today’s show will give you a glimpse of what a coaching call with Tom is like. In addition, you’ll also get step-by-step instructions on how to access an awesome new list you can tap into.
If you are looking for expert wholesaling guidance, insights, and advice, this is one episode you can’t afford to miss!
Today’s phenomenal guest started wholesaling just January of this year. However, what makes his case unique is he does business in Florida while currently based in Bronx, New York.
While he has a partner in Florida who helps make things happen, his story is a testament to one of the most amazing wonders of wholesaling—you can successfully score wholesaling deals even if you live in another state, area, territory, or county.
Joaquin Rosario is a creative and determined wholesaling newbie. The newly married tribe member lost his corporate job in October of 2017. After hearing Tom on BiggerPockets, he decided to give wholesaling a go. Although it took 60 days before he found his first deal, the reward he got was well worth the wait.
If you are having difficulty finding your first deal, consider listening to today’s episode a must. You’ll surely learn a lot of wisdom and insights you can use in your own business. More importantly, you’ll also discover the power of the proactive approach and how you can make it work for you.
To say wholesaling is not for the faint of heart is an understatement. However, if you persist and keep pushing forward, the rewards are well worth it. And the wholesaling journey of today’s guest is a testament to that.
Mike Ireland Castanon is a steadfast wholesaling newbie from Houston, Texas. The husband and father of one had three deals fall through before he was able to close his first deal. Fortunately, the determined rhino never allowed those 3 failed deals to define him. He persisted and his efforts paid off big time.
If your wholesaling journey has been challenging so far, it would definitely help if you tune in and listen to Mike’s story. He’ll surely inspire you to endure and keep moving forward!
Today’s special guests joined the tribe just November of 2017 but they are already closing one deal after another. Since becoming tribe members, Fernando and Perscilla has already closed 6 deals.
How did they manage to pull a feat as awesome? The rockstar rhinos from Palm Bay, Florida don’t mess around when it comes to wholesaling—they are not afraid to take massive imperfect actions!
If you think you need to be an expert at wholesaling to succeed, think again. Today’s guests will surely change your mind. Listen in, pay close attention, and have a pen and paper handy. The couple dished plenty of insights and wisdom you need to take note of so you can steer your wholesaling business in the right direction.
Have you been doing wholesaling for sometime yet you’re still not getting the results you are hoping for? Oftentimes, it will all boil down to you neglecting vital components of wholesaling you should have paid close attention to.
In today’s special episode, wholesaling rockstar and TTP guy Brent Daniels will provide expert guidance so you can examine your business closely and determine the aspects you are awesome at and the aspects you need to improve on.
To make things easy for you, Brent will focus on 3 of the most fundamental components of your wholesaling business—sourcing (marketing and prospecting), conversion, and disposition.
In approximately 10 short minutes, Brent will help you identify what you are doing right and the areas you need to improve on. So listen in, take note, and it won’t be long until you are closing one deal after another and taking your wholesaling business through the roof!
Today’s special guest is a superstar in the wholesaling industry. Closing an average of 75 to 76 deals a month in the highly competitive Phoenix, Arizona market, there’s no denying he’s a force to be reckoned with in the wholesaling world.
While now a pillar in the industry, it’s reassuring to know Jamil Damji started out just like most people. When he closed his first deal, he had no experience, no money, and no real support.
What he had however was telemarketing skills and the willingness to take massive imperfect action. His boldness was rewarded accordingly and he walked away with $50, 000 in assignment fee!
From that first deal he closed in Calgary, Alberta, Jamil has truly come a long way. Today, he runs a lucrative disposition house with 30 full-time staff. However, he still banks on the same approach he used to score his first deal—talking to people.
If you don’t have money to spend on marketing and you have no idea how to get your wholesaling business off the ground, this episode is for you.
Find out how you can make the proactive approach work to your advantage, why it’s important to build amazing relationships with clients, and how you can still succeed without spending a single cent on marketing.
Jamil generously shared so many insights and wisdom in today’s episode. So sit down, take note, and be in the lookout for tips and techniques you can easily implement. Rest assured, it would only be a matter of time until you’ll also make a name for yourself in the competitive but very rewarding world of wholesaling!
If you’re a new wholesaler eager to close your first deal, you’ll surely love today’s episode. Our special guest has done something most wholesaling neophytes would love to accomplish—close a deal in a short amount of time.
Nate Hammond joined the tribe just this March. However, the Albany, Oregon native has already closed his first deal in just a little over 30 days.
So, how did he go about it? What challenges did he encounter and how did he resolve them? You’ll surely learn a lot of valuable wisdom and insights in today’s episode so make sure you tune in!
Do you have a chip on your shoulder that’s holding you down and hindering you from steering your wholesaling business in the right direction?
For Brent Daniels, it came in the form of 5 foreclosed homes, a divorce, and a $742, 000 debt. Fast-forward 8 years later and he now owns 5 properties, runs a very successful wholesaling business, and earns around $80 to $100K a month.
Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? But it is true. And in today’s special episode, Brent will show you how he turned a desperate situation around and used the chip on his shoulder to work to his advantage.
Perhaps your current situation is not as dire as his once was or maybe you’re currently having it worse. Whatever the case may be, you can definitely use the knowledge, wisdom, and invaluable insights he so willingly shared in this episode.
Today’s show will be one you’ll listen to over and over again—when you need motivation, when you need inspiration, when you need that little push so you can turn your life around.
So have a pen and paper handy, give today’s episode your undivided attention, and prepare to be moved, inspired, and motivated!
Frans Calderon Lopez is a thriving wholesaler who calls Charleston, South Carolina home. He started his real estate journey in 2009. Even while employed full-time, he looked forward to the day he can quit his job and achieve financial freedom.
The sanguine Colombia native is now doing wholesaling full-time and is closing one deal after another. When he started wholesaling, Frans admitted he didn’t know a thing about it. However, he’s now totally thriving and is well on his way to achieving his dream of financial independence.
If you think wholesaling is something you can’t do or something you might not succeed at, today’s episode might just convince you otherwise. Also, make sure you have a pen and paper handy. You’ll have plenty of insights, wisdom, and practical advice to take note of in today’s episode!
Let’s set something straight: while wholesaling can seem easy and straightforward, it can also be challenging. In other words, you can’t expect deals to magically fall into your lap if you don’t put in the work and persevere.
It is reassuring to know however that once you get past the hurdles, challenges, and setbacks, you’ll realize it is one of the most fulfilling (not to mention financially rewarding) businesses you can get into.
Fortunately, today’s special guest is perseverance personified. Bryan Martineau is a hardworking and determined rhino from Salt Lake City, Utah. And while his wholesaling journey didn’t start out perfectly (he had the wrong mindset, his negotiation skills needed work, etc.), he persisted and made things happen.
Fast-forward a few months later and he has closed an astonishing 23 deals and made $350, 000 in assignment fees. Surely, it’s a massive payback only a few industries can rival.
If you’ve been doing wholesaling for months and still not getting the results you are looking for, consider listening to today’s episode a must. Bryan shared so many wisdom, insights, and inspiration that will surely help steer your wholesaling business in the right direction!
Most people who do wholesaling on the side exert half-hearted efforts because they have their 9 to 5 jobs to rely on. However, David Pupo is unlike most people.
The rockstar rhino from Orlando, Florida did something not many people had the guts to do—he quit his corporate job and went into wholesaling full-time. Even if he failed miserably during his first attempts, that didn’t stop him from giving wholesaling another go.
While not having a regular pay check coming in can be daunting, it has also given David the motivation to work harder and be more creative. And his efforts paid off big-time. To date, he was already able to close 17 deals and evidently has no plans of slowing down.
If you are torn between quitting your job to go into wholesaling full-time or staying in your comfort zone, this is one episode you shouldn’t miss!
Are you a successful wholesaler who wants to give back and help others achieve the level of success you are enjoying? Do you want to inspire and help others through coaching but don’t know how to go about it effectively?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you’ll surely love today’s special episode. Tom, Cody, and Joe will talk about the exciting and very fulfilling world of coaching and how you can use it to make a huge difference in the life of others.
What’s even more exciting is they will be holding a 3-day event where they’ll teach you everything you need to know about the coaching business. If coaching is something you are passionate about, this is one opportunity you can’t pass out on!
While the wholesaling business is something anyone can get into and succeed at, the competition in the industry can be fierce and unforgiving. For instance, if you examine the statistics, you’ll be surprised to find out that on average you need to send out 18, 000 mails and spend approximately $5, 800 just to find 1 deal.
Yes, you read that right, just 1 deal! And this is just in Arizona. In other states like California, you can expect to shell out twice as much. In addition to that, there are basically just 5 list providers everyone uses and has easy access to.
But before you throw in the towel and decide wholesaling is not for you, you might want to listen to what Brent Daniels has to share first. If you think wholesaling is something you won’t succeed at or that you don’t have what it takes to keep up with the competition, today’s episode will surely change your mind.
So, tune in and let Brent teach you how you can dominate, thrive, and get ahead of the pack in the exciting and competitive world of wholesaling.
In the wholesaling business, the importance of building rapport cannot be overemphasized. Those who prioritize establishing rapport know all too well it can pay off big-time in terms of ROI. And the experience of today’s guest is solid proof of its amazing power.
Stephanie Caicedo is a new tribe member but she has already accomplished something truly impressive—she has done 7 deals and has earned an accumulated $145, 000 in assignment fees. What’s even more astonishing is she has only been wholesaling for 4 months!
If you are looking for tips, insights, and wisdom that can kick-start your wholesaling business, this is one episode you shouldn’t miss!
Today’s special guest is a phenomenal motivational speaker, expert consultant, and prolific author—Bob Burg. He has written a lot of bestsellers including a book many tribe members are familiar with—The Go-Giver.
If you are currently in need of motivation and inspiration, you’ve definitely stumbled upon an exceptional episode. This is one you’ll surely listen to over and over again.
So sit down and give this episode your undivided attention. Take in all the amazing wisdom and insights only this truly remarkable man can dish out!
If you think wholesaling is something couples can’t work at together, then today’s special guests will prove you wrong.
Corrie and Carrie Reyment is a dynamic husband and wife tandem from Green Bay, Wisconsin. While they’ve explored several areas of real estate, they realized they love wholesaling more than anything else.
In an effort to take their wholesaling game to the next level, the awesome go-givers joined the tribe December of 2017. So far, they’ve already closed 3 deals and have a couple more in the pipeline.
If you’re looking to take over the wholesaling world with your significant other, this is one episode you can’t afford to miss!
Imagine this: you work full-time in the oil fields of Northern Alaska away from your loved ones, doing 12-hour shifts, missing holidays, and earning $40, 000 annually. Fast forward a year later and you’re already earning a little over $40, 000 in the first quarter of the year alone.
Too good to be true? Not in the wholesaling world! And the wholesaling journey of today’s guest is solid proof.
Cody Stone is an exceptional wholesaler from Boise, Idaho. The determined rhino first learned about wholesaling from listening to podcasts. While clueless where he fits in the wholesaling game at first, his business started to gain traction when he joined the tribe in January of 2017.
To say Brett Snodgrass has had an amazing 2017 is an understatement. For starters, he has done something truly phenomenal—he closed 354 deals in a year!
The awesome go-giver from Indiana has been involved in real estate for over a decade now. His love affair with real estate started way back in 2007. Prior to wholesaling, he was involved in house flipping.
However, after realizing he’s making a living but not really getting ahead, he decided to give wholesaling another go. And it has been one of the best decisions he has ever made. Now, he has an amazing team of 8 and has no plans of slowing down.
If you are looking to scaling your wholesaling business big time, this is one episode you shouldn’t miss. Brett talked about the unique strategy he uses to close numerous deals and shared plenty of gold nuggets. You’ll have plenty to take note of and implement!
Can you imagine doing 10 hours of work and earning $15, 500 for your efforts? In the wholesaling world, it is possible! And the story of today’s guest is a testament to that.
CJ Love joined the tribe November of 2017 but he’s been wholesaling for over a year now. So far, he has already closed 5 deals and earned a total of $50, 000 in assignment fees.
The rockstar rhino from Dallas, Texas shared so many gold nuggets in today’s podcast so be prepared to list them all down. More importantly, don’t hesitate to implement the tips and techniques he shared so you can duplicate his success!
Sean Cobelli has only been actively wholesaling for 2 months but he has already done something really impressive—he has closed 2 deals and earned a total of $22, 000 in assignment fees.
While he joined the tribe many months ago, he found himself constantly making excuses and not pursuing wholesaling. Things changed after he joined the Salt Lake wholesaling event. It was then that he decided to really give wholesaling a go.
If you are still unsure if wholesaling is something you can do and succeed at, this episode might just change your mind!