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Here’s My Script for Seller Calls


Heeeeeeeey guys, it’s time for another exciting episode of “Swipe and Deploy our stuff!” Lol.

So based on the kudos aplenty, I clearly struck a chord in recently sharing one of my favorite, top performing postcards for motivated sellers. That’s awesome, I love it.

Today I want to go a step further and let you take a gander at our exact script for calling back motivated sellers from our postcard campaigns.

Here’s the deal:

No matter what flavor investor you are or what type of deal happens to be your proverbial cup of tea, that first call with the seller is absolutely mission critical—a crucial hinge point really for your whole deal.

It also happens to be one of the most nerve-racking and precarious nuts to crack for many people. I’ve seen it literally hundreds of times now, these seller calls can be murder for some people—and I get it.

Seriously. Been there, done that… Yes, nearly a third of my life ago now, but I still remember all too well skittishly calling sellers back, feeling uncertain of what to say, which questions to ask or how to ask them, or even how to just not make it weird

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Well today I aim to wipe the weirdness away by handing you an awesome, time-tested, proven script for handling seller calls—one that I’ve carefully crafted and honed to be simple, straightforward, and superdy duperdy easy to use.

And yes, I want you to ‘swipe & deploy’ it in your own real estate endeavors. There are only two strings attached:

String 1: Watch my video here, and I’ll walk you gingerly through it step-by-step. This’ll help you really get your head around it.

String 2: Leave a friendly comment below sharing your own thoughts.

Yep, that’s really it.

Check it out…

Video Transcription:

So, every investor who’s actively buying property knows that one of the most decidedly critical hinge points of any real estate deal is that very first conversation with a motivated seller.

I mean it’s that first pivotal moment when you got to not only gather all the information on the property and the seller situation and their story, but you’ve got to make a connection. You’ve got to build rapport, maybe pre-frame and pre-negotiate a little in your favor.

So, if you’ve ever felt uncertain or maybe a little flustered or borderline scared of these encounters, these seller calls and how to have the conversation effectively and concisely and without sounding like a freaking idiot, rest assured you are not alone.

But what if I could wipe away all those insecurities for you by handing you an awesome, time-tested, proven script for handling seller calls? One that’s not only simple and straightforward, but easy to follow and use, and that you can straight up swipe and deploy and your own real estate investing endeavors?

Let’s talk about that.

Hey guys, JP here today. I want to share with you a script that we use in our own real estate investing business—our wholesaling business, to be specific. And as you can see here, we use it for sellers who call back from our postcards. Actually, it’s when we call sellers back who have called from our postcards and I’ll explain that in a minute.

First and foremost though, you can actually download the script you see here on the page here. So, there’s a link somewhere—just download it, swipe and deploy, and use it to your heart’s content. What I want to do in this video is give you kind of the backstory of why this script exists. I want to walk you through it and explain what I think are some of the critical important pieces that you need to keep in mind.

So everything on the script is there for a reason, and that reason may not be super obvious. So you just want to walk through and make sure you understand the psychology behind some of it and the importance of some of the pieces.

Let me give you the backstory:

I’ve been in the real estate game for 15 years now as of the time I’m making this video. And it’s easy for me to forget how challenging some things were way back in the day when I first got started.

Like talking to sellers, for example. At this point it is very natural and easy and comfortable for me (and it has been for many years) to have a conversation with the seller in which I gather all the information that I want to gather, and simultaneously kind of pre-negotiate, find out the story and find out their core motivation.

When I brought my friend James into the business to handle our acquisitions, I thought, “He’s going to knock this out of the ballpark! He’s great with people. He’s had a sales background. People like him…”

But he struggled. And I was surprised by how much he struggled having the conversations in an effective manner.

I realized, “You know what? Darn it, this guy just needs a script. At some point it’ll become natural and normal and he won’t need the script perhaps. But for now he needs a script.”

So, I put one together and that’s what I’m giving you right now. I think it’s pretty effective and I’m happy to pass it along to you. This is the exact script we use when sellers respond to our postcards.

Now you may be wondering, “Why are you not answering the phone when people call?”

You know, there’s kind of two schools of thought on that. Some people say you should send people to a 24 hour recorded voicemail because it’s less threatening. A lot of people are shy about their motivation for selling a house and they don’t really want to talk to a person. They’re just trying to kinda test the waters.

On the other side of the coin, people say, “Well, you’re going to miss the boat on a lot of deals, because if you don’t answer your phone, then a lot of people are just going to hang up. You’re going to miss out on a lot of leads that way!”

I say, why not have your cake and eat it too? We have a Vumber number from, and we rent a phone number from them. It records every single phone call that comes in—every message that’s left, but also all the hangups. So, we call the hangups back and what we say is, “Hey, we got your call from our postcard, but somehow the message didn’t come through. Sorry about that, but wanted to reach out and just make a connection with you. Do you have a postcard or do you have a house you’re looking to sell?”

So, that’s kinda the approach that we take for a hangup. If they don’t leave a message at that time, we get to have the nonthreatening voicemail aspect of it.

So, Here it says on our actual postcard: “Call our 24 hour recorded message to get more information. No one will answer.” And it says it’s recorded information in several places.

So, I think we get the best of both worlds there. Keeping that in mind, every call we make is a call back, right? So, here’s some of the important reminders that I give James and that I think we should all bear in mind, right at the top of the script:

#1: Smile when you talk. Why? Because you can hear it when people smile. Can you hear it right now? I’m actually smiling as I’m talking right now and you can tell in my face. My face is not making a sound, but somehow you could tell when I’m smiling—not just because I laughed, but you can tell. So if you can get into the habit of smiling when you talk, it will come through and it will affect how people perceive you.

#2: Avoid awkward pauses. You know, one of the things James did early on when he started taking these calls is, he would have a conversation with somebody, and then he would start typing their answers into a document. And of course, they hear type, type, type, type on the keyboard.

And I was like, man, it kind of feels like they’re talking to a telemarketer, you know? And it causes these awkward pauses in the conversation. So I said, just don’t do that. You just need to have a conversation with them, and even if you’re just writing it down and they don’t hear the typewriter, you’re still causing these long, awkward pauses.

So, what you should do instead is record the conversation and make a habit of recording every single conversation. And that’s why this reminder is here.

#4: Press record on your call. We do a lot of our calls through skype and we have a skype recorder called Pretty May. can get it $30 one time and we record every skype call on Pretty May. And we have an app on our android phones called Call Recorder, Total Recall Call Recorder. And it was like $3 or something like that. It automatically records every call incoming and outgoing on our cell phones.

So, bottom line is we have a recording of every call so we can just concentrate on having a conversation that seems genuine and real with the seller, and not have to worry about gathering information. Because then you can go back and either you or your virtual assistant can process the data from that call and put it in note format. It makes for a much more effective encounter with the seller.

And then this reminder right here is that it’s okay to say, “You know, I’m not sure. I’ll have to get back with you on that.”

The reason I had to put this in here is because I was finding that, in his nervousness, James was feeling this compulsion to have to answer every question that he gets asked from a position of expertise. Well, the reality is I don’t even know everything and I’ve been doing this 15 years.

So, if I simply say, “You know, I’m not sure, I’ll have to get back with you on that…” it doesn’t invalidate my credibility. It actually makes me more credible because it makes me seem human.

So, I want to remind him and everyone else that you don’t need to fake it till you make it. Just be real. Just be yourself and feel free to say, “I’m not sure, I’ll get back to you on that…” if you don’t know the answer to one of the questions that they ask.

So that covers the reminders that are at the top of the scripts. They should always be there. So let’s get into the script itself.

All right. You dial the phone, bloop, bloop, bloop, Bleep, bleep, ring, ring..


“Hi, can I speak with Marsha?” (or whatever the name is of the person who left the message)

“Yeah. This is Marsha.”

“Hey Marsha, I’m James and I’m returning your call. You responded to our postcard about your property. Do you have a moment, or did I catch you at a bad time?”

Now, let me pause. That is a critical question. And let me just say this, you should always ask that question anytime you ever call anybody on the face of the planet earth.

Do you realize that every single phone call is an interruption of something? You’re always interrupting something. So it’s a common courtesy, in my opinion, before you just launch into talking, to ask them first if they can talk. It’s so frustrating when you’re in the middle of something important and somebody just starts talking! You immediately start feeling this uncomfortable, oh, I just got trapped, or how do I get out of this or whatever it is.

You can completely alleviate that tension and that stress by simply asking if they can talk. And even more, you get buy-in for the conversation you’re about to have, because the fact is, they don’t know you from a telemarketer or a man in the mood yet! They’re suspicious already of who you are, just from the fact that they don’t recognize the voice on the other side. If you can get them to give you verbal permission to talk, you have opened the door like an inch already. So not only is this polite, but it’s getting a “shy yes” out of them right from the get go.

So always, always, always start in with a, “Hi, here’s who I am, I’m returning your call. You responded to our postcard about your property.” That’s the trigger to them remembering what this is about.

“Do you have a moment, or did I catch you at a bad time?”

And if they say, yeah, you caught me at a bad time, then it’s just a matter of saying, “Okay, well, when will you have just a couple of minutes? I just want to follow up…” And then you call them back whenever that is.

99% of the time they’ll say, “Yeah, go ahead…”

“Great. Well, as you heard on our 24-hour recorded message, my partner and I buy and sell houses in the Memphis area. (Insert your area here) And I just have a few quick questions to ask you about your house in your situation. Is that okay?”

Again, I’m getting “buy-in”. They’re going to say, “Yeah!”

“OK, what’s the address of the house you’d like to sell?”

Obviously, this is always a good first place to start just because you need to know the address, but it also just kind of gets them talking in a very nonthreatening way. They’re already expecting to share that information, so it’s a great place to start.

“Great. Can you tell me about your house now?”

Usually I’ll just stop right there. “Tell me a little bit about your house…”

I’m intentionally asking them an open-ended question because I want to know where their brain to start with. They may start with the features of the house, the bedrooms and bathrooms. They may start with how long they’ve lived there. Who knows? They could start anywhere on the map, but there’s a little bit of intel you can gather based on where they start. I just want to get them talking and get comfortable giving me information in the most open-ended way possible.

Now these sub-questions are here in case they don’t already give you this information when you ask them the open-ended question. They may or may not, but if they haven’t already told you about it by the time they’ve reached a natural pause in answering this question—if they haven’t told you the bedrooms and bathrooms or what are the features of the house, then this is your reminder to make sure and ask them as a follow-up question real quick.

“Is it currently listed with a realtor?”

“Do you currently owe anything on the property? How much?”

This is a sticky one for some people, but it doesn’t have to be. Just ask it. Okay. 99$ of the time, nobody has a problem answering that question:

“Yes, we do.”

“Okay. How much do you owe?”

It’s not an invasive question unless you treat it as one. If it feels invasive to them and they give you push-back, then you just say, “Well, you know, I just, I’m just trying to size up the situation and see what we can do. It’s actually a matter of public record and I can look up. But I just thought it might be helpful if you could just tell me.

And with that follow up question, I’ve never had anybody not telling me how much they owe ballpark on their property.

So next question: “Oh, hey, great. Can you tell me a little bit about your situation and why you’re thinking about selling right now?”

So, you’ve already got them talking—you got them opened up with a very nonthreatening, introductory information gathering-type questions. Now you’re trying to get into their motivation. You’re trying to politely uncover their real core motivation for selling, if it exists, and you’re trying to measure their level of motivation.

“So, can you tell me a little bit about your situation and why you’re thinking about selling right now?”

They may answer with a long answer, or they may give you like maybe one little sentence. Or something like, “Well, I don’t know. I just got your postcard and was thinking about selling.” Then you want to explore a little further…

“Well, do you need to sell quickly? What are your plans if you don’t sell?”

That’s a great question because it gets them thinking and maybe revealing their level of motivation. If they don’t sell the house, are they going to have to rent it out, or are they just going to continue living in it, or are they going to be in a real pickle?

Another good sub-question to this is: “So just to clarify, would you say that you really need to sell or maybe you just want to sell.”

So, these again are alternate, follow-up questions if you didn’t quite get what you were hoping to get out of this question.

All right, next question: “What kind of condition is the property in?”

And they might say, “Well, it’s in great condition!” In which case you have to drill a little deeper, don’t you?

“Okay, well what kind of repairs and maintenance does it need right now?”

Then you want to ask them, “What’s the condition and the age of the major systems?” …and you can just go through them one at a time: The roof, the heating and air, the water heater, the plumbing, the electrical…

By the way, we make sure and have something about all of these major systems in any property that we are marketing to our cash buyers. We want to at least let them know how many layers on the roof, what type of heat and air, and maybe how old it is, what type of hot water they’re dealing with, whether it’s gas or electric and the age of the hot water heater. What type of plumbing and what type of electrical. We just give quick bullet points of all the major systems because a lot of our buyers want to know that right from the get-go.

“So altogether, what do you think it would take to bring the house up into tip top shape? How much do you think, if you just had to guess?”

You know they’re not experts in estimating repairs, but you want to try and get some idea of how they’re sizing up the repairs (whether it’s accurate or not) because not only is going to give you some information on the property, but it’s part of their “tell” as to how good or bad they feel like the property is.

You know, we just bought a house recently—it was an estate situation—and the house is really not in that bad of shape. Now it’s an inheritance, and so there’s a lot of stuff in the property, and it’s like there was a “cat lady” that died living there, so there’s cat smell. And it’s kind of gross when you go in. So, when we showed up to view the property, they actually gave us a face mask to put on, which kind of made me laugh, but we played it up and we put it on and we’re like, “Oh, this place is…. Yeah, you’re right. This is really messed up!”

Bottom line: They felt like it was a total “gut job”. Truthfully it was really just cosmetics and just need to be cleaned out, cleaned up really good and have a little wood replaced— you know, probably $5,000 worth of work.

So anyway, that’s why I’m asking the seller this question. I’m not really trying to get an accurate repair estimate out of the seller. I just want to know what they think the repairs are, and then gather a little extra information based upon that.

“How quickly would you like to sell? Are there any pressing time constraints that you’re under right now?”

It’s an important question, obviously.

“Great. Great. Thank you so much. Well, I really appreciate you answering my questions. So next let me send your information over to my partner. He’ll review it, he’ll get back to you as soon as possible. He may have some additional questions, or he may just have an offer ready for you. Is that OK?”

And again, you’re getting buy-in from them—acknowledgement that what you just said is okay.

“All right, great. What’s the best way to reach you again?” —Confirm that.

And just one final kind of question to toss at ’em: “Is there anything else you can think of at all that we should know or that we should take into consideration before doing our research and get back to you?…Wonderful. Thanks. We’ll talk again soon.”

Now, once we ask this question at the end, you’ll be surprised at how often we uncover something that is very important and good to know that didn’t come up in any of the other questions.

Now what you’ll notice is that I didn’t make them an offer. Again, this is my acquisitions guy using this script, and I don’t want him to make an offer. In fact, if they ask him, “How much you can offer me for my property?” I want him to be able to say, “I don’t know. We still have to assess the situation. I just need to gather the information and hand it off to my partner.”

That way you don’t have to step up to the plate and start offering numbers or start answering too many questions. This is really an information intel gathering process and it shouldn’t be seen as anything other than that. But there is some subtle pre-negotiation going on, within the context of these questions.

Even if you are the owner of the company, I still recommend taking this approach and having kind of a 2-step approach. Because this gives you the ability to have that first conversation without the pressure of having to commit to anything, and even if your partner is your spouse or your friend or whatever, being able to pull away, go size things up and then come back and make an offer is a much stronger position to be in, in my opinion, rather than just whipping one out of your butt right there in the conversation.

A lot of people think you should make an offer right there in that first call. And I just don’t think that’s smart in my opinion because, if I put myself in the seller’s shoes and somebody is making me an offer my property in that first conversation, I don’t believe their offer—it just doesn’t seem believable to me that somebody could even do that without some additional consideration and thinking and research.

So anyway, that’s it. It’s not a long script—it’s literally just a hair over a page and it’s not complicated. You can deviate from it if need be. Obviously this is here as a guide to help walk you through gathering the information you need initially, but also doing some of that pre-negotiating and setting the stage for this relationship and for you to come back with the next conversation being in a really strong position.

So that’s it. Thanks guys. Leave a comment below. Let us know what your thoughts are on this. If you like it, if you don’t, if you have any other thoughts or suggestions or ideas or also if there’s any other scripts or checklists or anything that we haven’t given away before, we’re always looking for good ideas from the peanut gallery.

So, I’d love for you to leave a comment below and tell us what kind of forms or docs or checklists or scripts are you missing personally that would benefit you and your business? If we could make them available to you, we may be able to pull them out of our own arsenal or we may have a colleague or a friend who would loan us something from their arsenal that would just meet your need perfectly.

So that’s it, guys. Thanks for tuning in. JP and Patrick out.


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Roseanna Kyle

I thought it was great! You hear or see alot of scripts, but really never know if its a good question to ask. I always wondered if it was such a bad idea to call back and to say you’ll get back to the seller. I think if more people knew it was ok, they would be less afraid of cold calling. Thank you so much for this. I saw this right before i was going to start calling for the 1st time.

Robert Schuman

I like the structure. You get all the relevant information in a conversational mode that is none threatening.


great script, straight to the point with all needed info!

Michael Moss

When we can see where we are at , seeing where we need to go becomes more clear, thank you for aiding and assistting with a pathway within the maze : )


This script is EXACTLY what I was looking for, thanks!!

Kareem Grant

That video gave some great insight on how to talk to seller’s. As well the confidence to become a wholesaler.

Kelton Dotson

The script is good and straight to the point. The explanations for each element were very helpful. Thank you very much for sharing.

Randy Dabney

that was really straight forward> that gave me more confidence, and now im going to practice. thank you soo much!


Looks great to me, hopefully I can add my own twist!


Thank you so much for this video. I think this script will make my call backs so much easier.


It all makes sense when you broke it down, thanks for the content.


This sound great. Very good, made me thing. This is how if feel and great solutions.


Thank you so much for sharing this! I’ve been really nervous and therefore only called a few people so far. I keep thinking I need to have some type of framework or script to follow instead of winging it and fumbling through the calls.


I’m so glad I came across your site. You give such great (and free) info for people like me who don’t know what to say. I really don’t have any bad critiques on this. I am just going to alter it like everyone else to fit my specific market.

Pam Gray

This video was awesome sauce! I’m viewing it again. That you so much for this value information. You will be blessed over & over again. Caring is sharing!


Remarkable script huys, I love it and it honestly made me feel more confident about setting up a unanswerable voicemail system and calling these people back. Also i have something that i can include in a training so i can go ahead and start hiring assistants and getting deals lined up

Sean Anderson

Awesome script JP! can’t wait to use it. Thanks for giving back.


Great approach to filtering through motivated sellers. Incorporating into my business today.

David Woods

Absolutely amazing!! I have been all over looking for how to speak to sellers and you have done it for me!! Today robah!!! ( Thank you abundantly)


Love this voicemail. It gets straight to the point.

Darryl Perkins

As I fairly new Real Estate Investor I truly appreciate you JP and your team providing us these tools. We’ve been searching for a script that didn’t sound so cookie cutter and that stands out. Your script nails it.


Darren Cureton

Thanks for making this way easier. Plus your format of leaving comments. Brilliant!!!


Great script! Good explanations.

Jabbar Enahora

Great script. I want to use it immediately!


Awesome script especially for newbies


Keeps it simple and to the point. Exactly what I was looking for

Millie Pitre

I loved everything about this. Thank you for putting me on to something new.

Awesome work! Keep it up..


Great script really enjoyed the video as a plus.

Marissa Peterson

Great script! Can’t wait to try it out.


Great script with video walkthrough!

Tim Cook


Lorenzo Jeffrey Thurman

Hey JP, I’m a green horn in the Wholesaling business I feel like I am all over the place gathering info learning to be a Wholesaler If this script work for your partner it will work for me
Thanks so much!
ps I hope you tell I’m smiling


Thank you for the information. I’m about to hire a VA and I’m in need of a proven script to get things going. I will use this script but alter it to my business.

Donovan Lee

I know that the very first conversation is the most important. Also having a guide on what to say will make it less pressure on you. I like that his providing valuable powerful knowledge and information that can help you succeed

Paul Omi

great script: even better discussion about using the script


I appreciate the information you gave in this video.

Keenan Lindsay

You’ve done it again. That was a very good detailed example. I grasp the idea now. It’s not only about obtaining the property but getting a feel for the seller for maybe later networking with.


You hit some critical key points, very detailed. My favorite part is how you walked through trying to make the potential client comfortable.

Adrian Gillis

This was an awesome script. Will try it next time I talk to a motivated seller. Thx!

D-A Ward

Video hasn’t available, yet, the transcript suffices well. Glad to receive your styled script, for sure.

Tien Nguyen

Awesome script. Cant wait to start incorporating this.

Anderson G



This video was awesome. I liked how you demonstrated the importance of emotional intelligence. Makes such a difference. I’ll definitely be sharing this with my team

Joseph Westra

Hello sir, this is the first time I ever heard a script because I have never done this before so this is going to be extremely helpful to me and you do not know how much I appreciate it! This will take me a long way and I have just learned so much! Thank you again! Best regards, Joseph


Definitely worth the watch. Will need to use this ASAP.


Great information and easy to follow script.


Thank you for an inspiring video and breaking down the information. I’m super excited to put this to work .

Tara Jae

Awesome script. Thank you

Ty Drake

Thanks for sharing. The contract is so straight forward. I can’t wait to get started


This was really timely for us as my business partner and I was just talking about that conversation we will have with motivated sellers. How not to look like an idiot and a rookie.


Awesome script. I wouldn’t change a thing. It definitely builds a rapport with the seller for sure. Thanks!

Obadiah Osarogiuwa

Great video, very eloquent. This is decidedly the most crucial part of real estate investing, glad you tackled it very well.


Cold calling is a crucial skill in this business to have and I think its amazing what your doing!

Lisa Patella

Very informative. I can see why I’ve had so much difficulty. Thanks.

Carlisle Baptiste

Thanks for the video on the seller script you created. I purchased the Z-code a few weeks ago and found your channel recently on Youtube. Thanks for the content! I also look out for the script, thanks!

Erica Castillo

Great seller script. It’s very helpful and its exactly what I’ve been looking for. Thank you for sharing.


Thank you as always for the time you spend to help others get over the hump and get moving!

Julian Ford

Nice script. You come across genuine and professional at the same time. Please send me your scripts!

Take care,



Hello AWESOME team!! Jenne here and I jist wanted to say thanks for all the information you are sharing. This script gets to the point and i love it!! Thanks again

Ana Picanco Linnehan

I like that part when we are ending the call with a positive note about the next conversation – either questions or offer. Makes them be really open with us, makes us be more confident on the next step.

Joel gramm

Sounds great! This is exactly what I was looking for thank you.


Awesome info provided for the script! Thanks

Rushia Wiggins

Hey JP!! Alway dropping good nuggets!!

Curtis Pitts

I guess it’s good. Im new at this. Can’t wait to give your seller script a try!!!!!!!!!!

Dorian Collins

Thanks for the wonderful script and the real estate wisdom!

Jannell Brown

Great Information!! Just getting started, would love to know what scripts you use to get homeowners to sell!


Great script. I’m new to this and feel like talking to sellers was a big hold up for me. Can’t wait to use this, thanks.

Dominic Zaccarelli

I love the motivated seller scripts. We will use these immediately.

Leroy Williams

great script

Leroy Williams

Great video. I’m particularly marketing to distressed sellers that maybe interested in participating in a subject to deal or just willing to sell at a reduced retail value.

Tim Woodbridge

I love scripts like this! Thanks so much for sharing. I can’t wait to use it!


Thank you for sharing the script! New to RE and I am learning everywhere I can. Sincerely,

Alonzo Jacobs

Great video. Your approach sounds great. Not wasting time, getting straight to the point.

Kam Clodfelter

Awesome !! I’m a 1 woman show and still fairly new to this. Have always continued to try but always struggled with this. It flows so easily and makes it seem super easy. Now I have confidence to try it again 🙂 Looking forward to using the script. Thanks so much and
God Bless You!

    Michael Smith

    The way he presented this script does flow very well. I’m a lot like his friend James because I do very well talking with people. I think the key here is just take your time and start with a regular conversation, as well as getting the info. First impression, and building rapport. My biggest fear is getting started, and talking to sellers. Stepping outside of my comfort zone, I will do it.

Tone Bamore

Hi really liked your presentation on the video, great seller script right to the point and good communication with seller!


Thank you for sharing the Motivated Seller Phone Script. I look forward to receiving this document. I would like to see a document or information how we can actually find the sellers information to contact them. I would like to partner with you to see the process and we can split the funds we get!!!!

Holly Jolene Benn

This is exactly what I needed as a new agent trying to replace my previous career’s income! Thank-you and God Bless


Nice work! thanks for sharing


Good content! Thank you man


This is what I’ve been searching for! A real conversation on what to say or not say and how to say it. Rush that script to me and watch me “Blow up”!

Willie Payne

Being a newbie and not having anything to run with had me stopped, but listing to you gives me the courage to tackle this thing. Thxs

Susan Kurts-Acred


I don’t have any suggestions for improvement or criticism. Your methods are proven to work. please keep sharing your methods. (miss you at MIG)

Susan K-A

Eric Allen

Great information. Will use this in my business


needed this for my va

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