When you approach every potential deal as a problem to be solved, then you make yourself a valuable tool for every buyer and seller. That’s the approach Shaun Young from Adventures in Wholesaling made when he picked up the phone and started cold calling leads. By his ninth and last phone call, Shaun had found a beautiful house in a gated community in Atlanta that was perfect for a sandwich lease option deal.
Shaun had found some scripts online that helped him know what to say to the seller, but he didn’t know how to replicate his success. One of the first things Gavin’s done for him is help him build a system that makes it easier to see this same success over and over again. This is the beauty of coaching; we help you figure out how to repeat your successes so it becomes easier.
Shaun’s first tenant-buyer backed out of the deal, but the beauty of the sandwich lease option is that it has three profit centers. There’s always a way to make money in this kind of deal. When Shaun was laid off from his job, it turned out to be a blessing because he could spend more time focusing on his wholesaling business. He even found the time to write his book Adventures in Wholesaling.
A huge part of Shaun’s success is his attitude, and you can hear his enthusiasm and excitement all over this interview. He loves what he does because he’s helping people solve their real estate problems.
Watch and Learn:
Listen and learn:
- The three profit centers in a sandwich lease option explained.
- Why the seller’s motivation can make or break your deal.
- Gavin’s number one takeaway from this conversation for you.
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- Adventures in Wholesaling on YouTube
- Adventures in Wholesaling
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