Design Your Vision Around Your Life

Real estate investing is ideal for taking full control of your life. Of course, I believe that sandwich lease purchase options are the perfect niche for real estate investing!

Control your life and control your business by minimizing your responsibilities!

Our American Work Culture

As a society, Americans work too much. Most Americans live to make money instead of making money to live. It doesn’t have to be that way. You don’t want to and you don’t have to:

  • Let money be the master of your life.
  • Work too much.
  • Be too busy to enjoy life.
  • Always be stressed out.
  • Work at a job you don’t like.

The good times in your life didn’t come when you were making money. Your good times were playing sports in high school, your college days, fishing and playing ball with your dad, having fun on a “girls weekend”, hiking with friends, etc. The list of good times is long but working longer hours is not on it.

Prosperity is having enough money to live the way you want to live!

Make Life Your Passion

You might find it hard to believe I’m saying this, but real estate doesn’t have to be your passion. Your passion should be living your life and real estate investing is the toolbox you use to feed your passion for life. With a toolbox full of sharp tools, you very quickly become efficient and effective. You make money when and how you want to.

You need to get out of the corporate world just so you have the time to determine what you want from your life. Real estate provides the money to do what you want. Millions of real estate investors are not wrong!

You can get away from the corporate world by creating multiple income streams. Multiple income streams give you the financial security that you will never find with a single corporate paycheck.

One sandwich lease option provides three paydays – one of those paydays is a steady income stream from the rent spread.

The road to a wealth legacy is paved using the money you earn from lease options to invest in additional assets that give you more passive income streams. If real estate is not your preferred choice for building wealth, it can at least provide fast and reliable capital to move you into what you truly want to be doing.

More is Not Always Better

Better is having the right strategy that delivers what you want from the amount of work you want to do. These courses have been put together with the thought process of delivering what you need to be doing so that you can work the amount of time you want to be working. You can do as little or as much as you decide is right for you. What happens is doors open that you never even imagined where there.

You will find FREEDOM!

You may not even know what freedom is until you taste it. What you need is a plan to taste freedom and then work towards total freedom. You don’t want to try inventing a new version of the wheel when the wheel is everywhere around you. Freedom only requires having a strategy that fits your vision for life. I have taken countless courses. I took the best of the strategies that supported my vision and crafted them into what works best for my vision and me.

You may not, and probably will not, use everything you learn here. You will probably modify it to best fit your needs and vision. But you will be starting with what you can be sure is the best thought-out and complete strategy for sandwich lease options. These are proven techniques that my students have been using for decades. These tools have been successful time and time again. There is a lot here that will become the foundation of your investing strategy. These are the tools and techniques that will support your vision for life.

Your freedom begins by using what you want and when you want. Use the tools as little or as much as your vision calls for.

Believe it or not, you will learn to say “NO” to some investment proposals. I often phrase this differently by saying “NEXT.” I do that because there is always, always, another deal in the pipeline, when the deal you are looking at this moment isn’t the right deal for you. THAT’S FREEDOM. Learning when and how to say “NO” and “NEXT” is key to gaining your freedom. It also means having the freedom to follow up 3 or 4 months later when your offer is the best solution to solve the prospect’s problem. It is always a WIN-WIN-WIN solution!

Your freedom is secured by always having sandwich lease option deals in your pipeline!

You want to have all of the tools in your toolbox:

  1. Investing In Real Estate with Lease Options.
  2. Advanced strategies for Buying and Selling with Lease Options.
  3. Your Wealth Building Arsenal.
  4. Add Personalized Coaching.
  5. Cooperative Lease Options.
  6. Expand to Get the Deed “Subject To.”
  7. Round it all out by Working with Realtors.

By Wendy Patton

For more than 30 years, I’ve used the Sandwich Lease Option System to earn myself and my students millions of dollars. From my experience, I know there is plenty of room and opportunity in the real estate investment market for everyone wanting to participate to find profitable deals. It’s because of that fact and my personal success that I share the Sandwich Lease Option System with others.

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Why Control Without Ownership Using Lease Options is Worth Your Time

How much is your business worth when you have control without ownership using lease options? With a single deal, you can expect to make at least $3,000 from the lease option fee, $15,000 when the sale closes, and $2,000 from the rent spread. That one deal alone is worth $20,000! That’s the minimum you can reasonably expect to make on each and every deal.

If you do 5 deals a year, you’ll make $100,000 a year. And it only gets better from there. That is doing only one deal every 2 ½ months. That’s a very small time commitment. Bumping it up to 1 deal every month will more than double your 6-figure income to $240,000.

All with little or no risk and little or no investment capital!

You May Even Do Better in Your Part of the Country

If you do a minimum deal ($20,000) every month for 3 years, you’ll make $720,000. In a short 5 years, with a deal every month, you’ll have $1.2 Million! You could have your retirement fully funded whether you are ready to retire or not.

These numbers are all driven by percentages. The minimum example is based on a $100,000 house with a 3% lease option fee. Higher selling prices mean higher lease option fees, higher rents with higher spreads, and a higher payout at the time of sale. If median-priced houses in your part of the country are selling for $200,000, you will double those minimum numbers; $300,000 houses will triple the numbers… and so on. In some parts of the country, it will be much more…

A word of caution: Because higher profits are driven by percentages, it can be tempting to go after high-end houses. The problem becomes that you will not get consistent results because there are fewer sellers and fewer buyers in the high-end market. Consistent results, consistent profits, and consistent income come by focusing on the sweet spot, the part of the market close to the median sale’s price. This is the part of the market with the most activity – with the most sellers, the most buyers, and where the most mortgages are being approved.

So, what else do you need to know about control without ownership using lease options?…

Get the Money – Keep Your Life

Once you know how to make the money, you want to start thinking about what to do with the rest of your life. Don’t live by default. Living by default is what happens when someone else defines your life mission and life goals.

Prosperity Means Freedom, Time, Choices, and Happiness.

Have you ever tried to define how much money you need or want? A good definition is having more money than you need. It’s completely your choice how much is enough. You could do 1 or 2 lease option deals in January and February and be set for the entire year. Or you can do 8, 9, 10 deals if you want more money. Either way, you won’t work very hard but you will trade your time for money.

Once people come to appreciate this way of life, many decide to do as many deals each month as they decide they want to do that month – no more and no less – lots of flexibility.

It gives you the ability to experience life on your terms and even change your terms when you choose. A typical decision is working 35% of the traditional work year and taking off at least 50% of the work year.

The decision is yours to work as little or as much as you decide, but only after you have all of the tools are you able to take control without ownership using lease options

  1. Investing In Real Estate With Lease Options.
  2. Advanced strategies for Buying and Selling with Lease Options.
  3. You’re Wealth Building Arsenal.
  4. Add Personalized Coaching.
  5. Cooperative Lease Options.
  6. Expand to Get the Deed “Subject To.”
  7. Round it all out by Working with Realtors.

By Wendy Patton

For more than 30 years, I’ve used the Sandwich Lease Option System to earn myself and my students millions of dollars. From my experience, I know there is plenty of room and opportunity in the real estate investment market for everyone wanting to participate to find profitable deals. It’s because of that fact and my personal success that I share the Sandwich Lease Option System with others.

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Negotiations With the Seller – Have the Answers Before the Seller Asks the Questions

First and foremost, you’re asking someone to give you control of their house with little or no money down. The seller must feel comfortable with you. Do you think a seller will warm up to you quickly if you visit them at their home and start the conversation with, “I don’t care for your choice of carpet color. You’re going to have to replace it.” Or… will your relationship get off on the right foot if you start with, “I like the layout. I see there‘s a small ding on this wall. You don‘t mind if I fix that, do you?”

Pretty much a no-brainer, right? You’re starting a long term sandwich lease option relationship with this person. You need to start it the right way.

Tell them what you like about their house, not what you don’t like.

Talk to the Seller About Making the Mortgage Payments

One of the most important benefits that you offer is making the monthly mortgage payment for the seller. You want to mention this a few times early in the conversation. As the conversation and relationship progress into the details, you have at least three payment options to discuss.

  1. Pay the seller directly each month.
  2. Make the payment directly to the lender.
  3. Set up a 3rd party escrow account.

Your preference is making the payment directly to the lender each month so that you do not doubt that the payment is made. However, when the seller has a decent amount of equity in the house, you can have more confidence that they will make the payment. If there is good reason, it’s acceptable for the seller to make the monthly payment under these circumstances. But you still want to be able to verify the payment is made at any time you chose.

Preferably, you make a direct payment to the lender.

Setting up a 3rd party escrow account is usually the investor’s second preference when it comes to negotiating a sandwich lease option. In almost all cases, the seller pays the small $12 cost for the escrow account because your preference is paying the lender directly. The seller doesn’t usually have an objection to you paying the lender since they will be notified almost immediately if you miss a payment because they are still legally responsible for the loan. On the other hand, you won’t be notified if they miss a payment unless another step in the process is added, such as an escrow account.

These all work when the seller has decent equity in the property. But you should be concerned if they don’t have equity. Normally, if the seller has no equity, you (as the investor) should be looking at another arrangement such as Subject to Existing Financing. Without equity, there is not enough reason for the seller to stay current with the payments if they are having financial problems or a small hiccup happens with the sandwich lease option.

Without equity, the seller might have walked away from the house if you hadn’t stepped in to help.

Go Long Term on the Sandwich Lease Option Contract

The fact is that your tenant/buyers are “nearly qualified” to complete the purchase. The average time to complete the deal is 18 to 24 months. But there is no guarantee when the buyer will cash out the seller. A long term sandwich lease option is a contingency in case an unknown problem comes along. Things happen in life like job transfers, divorces, or a job loss from COVID-19.

Both you and the seller want to complete the deal. A longer contract creates flexibility to find another tenant/buyer if the first one doesn’t work out. The seller should accept the longer contract because, as the investor, you will continue making the monthly payments and taking care of the maintenance.

As the investor, you will continue making the monthly payments!

The seller might say they will only go for three years but you should first ask for five years. It’s okay if you accept three years but you should start by asking for five. If you operate with integrity, you probably won’t lose the deal if something does go wrong. If the deal hasn’t closed in three years, you ask the seller, “What do you want to do?” “I may have some suggestions.” In almost every case, your integrity and the fact that the payments are being made will carry the deal through to the final closing.

If you have a tenant moving out, you should assume the seller knows about it. Chances are that the tenant told a neighbor and that neighbor is still occasionally talking with the owner that used to live there. This is another situation where your integrity comes in. Even if you have plenty of time to move in another almost qualified buyer, call the seller and let them know what is going on. This is a good time to remind the seller that you’ll still be covering the monthly payment and maintenance. You can also assure the seller that you’ll be doing any cleanup if it is needed.

All of this improves the chances that the seller will extend the sandwich lease option if needed.

Remember that you don’t lose even if the deal falls apart towards the end of the sandwich lease option period. You’ve collected the large upfront tenant/buyer option fee. And you’ve collected the difference in the rent you pay to the seller compared to what you collect from the tenant. You’re controlling the property without owning it. The worst that happens is you walk away with the money but without any more obligations or responsibilities.

You minimize your risks by negotiating the terms.

How Does the Seller Know You’ll Get the House Sold?

This part of the negotiation doesn’t take much more than letting the seller know that you’ll be putting as much of your professional resources into the deal as it takes to complete the sale because you want to be paid as much as they want to be paid!

By now, the seller should be clear that you’re offering a sandwich lease option deal because you’re convinced that everyone will come out a WINNER! It’s as simple as you guaranteeing the monthly payment and maintenance until the deal is done. You want a qualified tenant/buyer in the house ASAP so that they cover your costs. You know how easy it is to have a tenant/buyer in place in less than three weeks. You also know that the average time to finalize the deal is 18 to 24 months. Weave this information into the conversation before the seller even brings up the subject.

I’m Paying You – I’m Taking the Risk – I’ll Get the Deal Done!

Bonus TIP: Ask for one month of vacancy before you start making the payment for the second month. Explain to the seller that mortgages are paid in arrears and that rents are paid in advance. They are paying for the last month they were in the house and you’ll prepay the rent starting the month after they move out.

Learn how all of this works together and MUCH MORE:

  1. Investing In Real Estate With Lease Options.
  2. Advanced strategies for Buying and Selling with Lease Options.
  3. You’re Wealth Building Arsenal.
  4. Add Personalized Coaching.
  5. Cooperative Lease Options.
  6. Expand to Get the Deed “Subject To.”
  7. Round it all out by Working with Realtors.

By Wendy Patton

For more than 30 years, I’ve used the Sandwich Lease Option System to earn myself and my students millions of dollars. From my experience, I know there is plenty of room and opportunity in the real estate investment market for everyone wanting to participate to find profitable deals. It’s because of that fact and my personal success that I share the Sandwich Lease Option System with others.

If you found this information useful, please visit again soon at wendypatton.com.

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Seller Objections (When Buying Real Estate with Lease Options)

Seller Objections Are a Good Thing!

You should be highly encouraged when a seller takes exception to part of the deal that you are offering. Almost every time, an objection means the seller has a strong interest in making a deal if you can come to an agreement acceptable to you both. Buying real estate with lease options has many ways of dealing with seller objections!

Listen to Sellers Very Carefully When Buying Real Estate with Lease Options

When you hear a seller make an objection, write it down. Ask the seller to clarify exactly what he or she is concerned about. Take notes and refer back to them. Objections are your opportunity to answer the specific questions that the seller has.

Always Listen Carefully for Seller Objections!

Anticipating, discussing, and overcoming objections is often the bulk of the action that you take to bring a seller onboard. There may be several objections or questions but that only means the seller is highly interested in learning more about what you can do for them. Of course, sellers are skeptical. You’re talking about taking control of one of their most valuable assets. You must overcome objections when buying real estate with lease options.

Another very good reason objections are a good thing is that it gives you the information needed to improve the script you use when beginning a conversation with future sellers. A friendly script briefly covers anticipated objections but further clarification is usually needed because what you are offering is typically a new concept to the seller. You demonstrate transparency and integrity when you can say, “the reason I mentioned I can cover your payments and maintenance is because…..”

Let’s get to the #1 objection that concerns most sellers.

#1 Objection – What if Someone Tears Up My House?

You’ll find this objection comes more from owner-occupied homes or homes recently vacated by the owner rather than from experienced landlords. But concerns about strangers damaging the home is the number 1 concern you’ll hear. It’s a reasonable objection but also one that is very easy for you to overcome.

This is all about the big difference between traditional renters and the tenant/buyers you’ll bring in. Tenant/buyers want to own the home. Renters are borrowing a roof and walls.

Traditional renters put down a security deposit of a few hundred dollars that often won’t cover the possible damage they might do. That is what the seller is thinking about when they first understand you will bring tenants into their house. What the seller hasn’t yet thought about is that buying real estate with lease options involves a substantial non-refundable lease option fee that is typically between $5,000 and $10,000. That’s a lot of insurance against possible damage.

Tenant/buyers have a lot of skin in the game.

Your offer also brings a lot more to the table than a significant move-in fee. Your tenant/buyers are also highly qualified. You do a much more thorough background check than is done with traditional tenants. Tenant/buyers are within 18 or 24 months of being able to purchase the house. They tend to be older and more mature. They have a history that you’ll be checking out.

Everything adds up to make tenant/buyers trustworthy. Not only is the tenant/buyer agreeing to do routine maintenance, but they are also agreeing to make most of the repairs. It’s a mindset showing that the tenant/buyer has moved away from being a renter to becoming a homeowner. Finally, even if something weird happens, the seller has a very good fallback plan with you as the investor in the sandwich lease option. After all, you’re the investor that the seller will have a contract with. You are guaranteeing to the seller that the payments will be made on time and that the property will be kept in great shape. Because of that, you’re going to be very careful about screening your tenant/buyers. But …if something does happen, you’re the person the seller turns to.

And you have answers to the other part of the #1 seller concern….

Maintenance and Repairs are Part of the #1 Concern

Before you panic that you’ll be on the hook for a ton of maintenance and repairs, you need to understand that when buying real estate with lease options, the investor (you) isn’t the one on the hook for these expenses. These costs go to either the seller or the tenant/buyer.

It’s all in the contracts. As the investor, you’re going to negotiate limits and thresholds for the repair amounts that the seller and buyer are responsible for. It could be that the tenant/buyer is responsible for repairs less than $499.99 and the seller is responsible for anything above $500. Or it could be $999.99 for the tenant/buyer and above $1,000 for the seller. The exact amount depends on the specific circumstances.

This is part of the creative and flexible arrangements you make with the seller and tenant. If the seller wants a higher sales price, they might need to assume more repair liability. A lower sales price for the tenant/buyer might mean more repair liability. Or the opposite could be more appropriate for the situation.

You overcome the seller’s objection by saying, “I’m not going to nickel and dime you with the small stuff. Anything under $500, I’m going to cover.” You say to the tenant/buyer, “I’m not going to hit you with the big stuff. Anything over $500, I’ll cover.”

With knowledge, you will answer their objections before they even come up.

There’s a caveat if repairs aren’t made in a reasonable amount of time. You may have to temporarily pay for a repair for a broken furnace during a winter cold spell in Michigan. However, you deduct this from the sales price or add it to the sales price depending on if the seller or buyer is responsible for the repair cost. You also collect interest on your costs and possibly a penalty from the person not making a timely repair. Ultimately, the seller and buyer are responsible for all of the maintenance and repairs when you buy real estate with lease options.

Other Common Seller Objections to Listen For

Another common concern from sellers is, “when will get I cashed out?” You have two powerful responses to this concern. First, you explain that with most lease options, the average cash out happens between 18 and 24 months. But just as important is that until the payout happens, you’ll guarantee that the seller’s payments and maintenance costs are fully covered. And then you ask, “will that work for you?”

“I want my money and I want it now.” ~J.G. Wentworth

Another objection you might hear from the seller is why they shouldn’t just list the property with a real estate agent. This can be a slightly difficult one to have a good response to if the current market is a seller’s market. But you do have several things working in your favor. First of all, the seller can save 6% or 7% in commissions that will go directly into their pocket. And they accomplish this without the frustrating ‘for sale by owner’ experience. They will also save on maintenance costs and mortgage payments while waiting for an agent sale to happen. You (as the investor) cover these costs that an agent won’t. Secondly, if the real estate market is really hot, you can offer a price escalation clause in the contract to assure the seller they will get fair value for the house.

These and other objections are fully covered in the course material. But one of the best things you can always say to the seller is…

You can move on with your life!

Now that you know how to answer seller concerns, let me answer your concerns. Today is when you take action to get all of the answers to any questions you might still have.

  1. Investing In Real Estate with Lease Options.
  2. Advanced strategies for Buying and Selling with Lease Options.
  3. Your Wealth Building Arsenal.
  4. Add Personalized Coaching.
  5. Cooperative Lease Options.
  6. Expand to Get the Deed “Subject To.”
  7. Round it all out by Working with Realtors.

By Wendy Patton

For more than 30 years, I’ve used the Sandwich Lease Option System to earn myself and my students millions of dollars. From my experience, I know there is plenty of room and opportunity in the real estate investment market for everyone wanting to participate to find profitable deals. It’s because of that fact and my personal success that I share the Sandwich Lease Option System with others.

If you found this information useful, please visit again soon at wendypatton.com.

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Creating Seller Interest in Sandwich Lease Options (Offering Solutions that Sellers Need)

Now is the time to take bold and calculated action. The real estate market has changed dramatically over the past decade. Today it’s relatively common for a home seller to encounter an investor (or at least know they are out there). As a result of this knowledge, sellers are more open to putting together creative deals.

As an investor, your advantage over other buyers is offering flexible purchase options to sellers.

What You Have to Offer to Sellers

Retail buyers offer sellers a long drawn out process that starts with negotiating, moves on to inspections, followed by more negotiating (and possibly expensive repairs), followed by a long mortgage approval process that requires an appraisal, and sometimes even more negotiations. During this long grueling process, there is no guarantee that the sale will ever get to the closing table.

Through flexibility and creativity, you (as an investor) can put cash in the seller’s pocket as soon as tomorrow afternoon or next week. You can work with the sellers’ realtor or you can work directly with the seller. With a sandwich lease option, you can guarantee to make the seller’s mortgage payment that’s due next week.

Sandwich lease option investors are problem solvers!

There are always motivated sellers in the marketplace. Not all sellers will be motivated to sell on a lease option agreement, but there will always be more than you need if you know how to find them! Today, the real estate market is more open to creative solutions than ever before. This means more opportunities for investors.

All you need is a way to start the conversation….

Getting the Conversation Started

At the top of my website, it says SWIPE MY BEST SCRIPTS FOR TALKING TO SELLERS NOW! there is a very good reason for that. Before you do anything else, you have to gain the seller’s interest in what you can do for them. Sometimes, sellers will call you looking for answers and sometimes you make calls on houses being advertised for sale. Right from the second you pick up the phone, you need a plan that engages the seller to learn what you can do for them.

Here is how you get started….

Before you make the call to a potential seller, look up information on the home in public records if you can. You should be able to see when the person purchased the house and how much they paid for it.  You can closely estimate what a potential sellers monthly mortgage payments are and how much equity they have in the house. You’ll also know how much the property taxes are. You can look at comparable sales to know what the current market value is. With this information at your fingertips, you’re ready to make the call.

Investor: I’m calling about the house you have for sale. What can you tell me about it?

Then you let the seller talk. They’ll tell you things like it has 4 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths, and 1,800 square feet. Hopefully, they tell you it’s in very good shape and has been recently renovated. If they don’t tell you about upgrades, you want to ask them if renovations have been made. You want to learn what renovations have been made and when. For sandwich lease options, you’re looking for nice white-picket-fence houses that are ready to move in. You don’t want the trouble and expense of a fixer-upper.

If the house interests you, you want to ask how much they are selling it for (even if the price is listed in the advertisement). From your research, you should know it’s worth. In this example let us say it is $140,000 but they might be asking $145,000. This is where you begin to let them know that you are an investor.

Investor: Let me tell you a little about myself. I buy 3 or 4 houses each month. Some of those I buy for cash to flip but those need to be deeply discounted. Those houses are usually foreclosures, short sales, or owned by the bank. Can you tell me if you can take something less?

Note: “Let me tell you a little about myself” is an important transition to begin letting them know you are an investor.

Seller: I can probably go as low as $140,000.

Investor: Is that as low as you can go?

Sometimes you have to be comfortable with silence during the conversation. At this point, you want to wait for the seller to make you a lower offer.

Seller: I can’t go any lower than $137,000.

Investor: I can probably pay more if you sell on contract. Would you be willing to take monthly equity payments until I cash you out?

Seller: I’m not sure I understand. Can you explain that?”

“Would you be willing to take monthly equity payments until I cash you out?”

Offering equity payments is a major shift in the conversation. You want the seller to ask you to explain what you are offering. This allows you to tell them about flexible options and to learn more about what is motivating them to sell the house.

Moving the Conversation and the Deal Forward

Next, repeat your equity payments offer with some clarification and begin expanding on the benefits.

Investor: Will you allow me to make your monthly payment and take care of all the maintenance until I cash you out? Especially if I can get you more money for your house?

Seller: I’d like to hear more so that I can consider that.

Investor: Can I come to look at the house to make sure that I’m interested in it? We can talk more about what I can offer you at that time. When would be a good time for you?

Seller: Sometime tomorrow works for me.

Investor: What time tomorrow? Morning, noon, or evening? One other question, are you the only owner? (You want anyone with a vested interest to be at the meeting when you explain what you are offering.)

Seller: Tomorrow at 7:00 in the evening would be good.

Investor: We’ll meet at 7:00.

***end of conversation***

Can you do that?

Can you make 10 phone calls until you have a $40,000 profitable deal?

Can you do that again and again until you are making $100,000 or more every year?

There will be details to work out. As soon as you have the conversation started, you’re going to want to have all of the tools that you’ll need in your toolbox:

  1. Investing In Real Estate with Lease Options.
  2. Advanced strategies for Buying and Selling with Lease Options.
  3. Your Wealth Building Arsenal.
  4. Add Personalized Coaching.
  5. Cooperative Lease Options.
  6. Expand to Get the Deed “Subject To.”
  7. Round it all out by Working with Realtors.

By Wendy Patton

For more than 30 years, I’ve used the Sandwich Lease Option System to earn myself and my students millions of dollars. From my experience, I know there is plenty of room and opportunity in the real estate investment market for everyone wanting to participate to find profitable deals. It’s because of that fact and my personal success that I share the Sandwich Lease Option System with others.

If you found this information useful, please visit again soon at wendypatton.com.

For more exclusive content, please subscribe to my RSS Feed and YouTube Channel.

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