Learn Which Sellers are Right for Sandwich Lease Options

Not every seller is a best fit for a sandwich lease option. Many and even most are good fits, but you must know when a potential deal is going to work out for both of you.

In many markets, you can find 100 or more possible deals each week. But which ones should you make?

Information Needed to Find the Best Sellers

Shortly after you establish rapport with a potential seller you need some basic information. You can’t move forward with a sandwich lease option until you know how much the seller wants to sell for. Then you need to know how much you can sell it for to a tenant-buyer. The best way that I know of to learn what you can sell it for is to have your real estate license. This gives you access to the MLS so that you can use comparable houses for a market analysis. The other reliable way you do this is by Working with Realtors that have access to the MLS.

The sales price is how you begin determining if the seller is right for a sandwich lease option. You’ll also discover many more big profit tips in chapter 4 of the Sandwich Lease Options Course. A critically important tool that you need to use is the Profitability Work Sheet. It shows you the profit you can make based on the seller’s price, the market price, and other variables that go into the deal.

The most important parts of the Profitability Work Sheet are the Price, Payments, and Length of Time. You negotiate these to make the deal work for both of you and the seller.

Seller Objections are Good with Sandwich Lease Options

There are amazing secrets revealed for negotiating deals with sandwich lease option sellers. One secret that almost no one catches is when a seller has a strong objection to an offer that you have made.

A knowledgeable sandwich lease option investor LOVES seller objections. Objections are buying signals. Seller objections say that the seller is interested in the deal. What they need is more information before they can make a selling decision.

When sellers have objections, they want to talk more. They want more information!

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. But first, you need to get to the root of the objection. Remember that most sellers don’t know very much about sandwich lease options. You need to help them learn what they need to know. A common objection is, “Your offer isn’t enough.” But exactly what does that mean? Does it mean that you’re not offering a high enough purchase price? Not enough upfront money? Not enough monthly rent? Getting to the root of the objection is how you bring a good seller on board.

Anticipating, discussing, and overcoming objections is often the bulk of the action that you take to help a seller understand the lease option. There may be several objections or questions but that only means that 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.

Always Listen Carefully for Seller Objections!

Sandwich Lease Options are an Option to Profit

What the seller is looking for is a deal enabling him or her to start generating cash from the property right away to cover the mortgage payments and have a positive monthly cash flow. You make money in the middle.

You’re looking for Sam the Seller who is opened-minded to you explaining the details of a lease option. He’s attracted because you help him cover his mortgage and put positive cash flow into his pocket each month. (Some sellers are best served using the Subject to Existing Financing method).

Here is an example of sandwich lease terms that you could negotiate with the seller:

Option payment: $1,900 (first month’s rent plus $1,000 option payment)

Rent: $900 per month

Option Term: 2 years

Sales price: $175,000

Your total out-of-pocket expense is $1,900 to take control without ownership using lease options. Better yet, you instantly recover those expenses by putting an already qualified tenant-buyer in place. Your next step is bringing in Bill the Buyer who you prequalified. He is excited about the opportunity of future ownership through a sandwich lease when he qualifies to purchase within 18 months by taking out a mortgage. You need the 6-month cushion (2 years – 18 months) between your deal with the seller and your deal with the tenant-buyer so that you are still in control when the tenant-buyer makes the purchase.

Here is how the bulk of your profit is made. Your contract with the tenant-buyer looks something like this:

Option payment: $8,100 (first month’s rent plus $6,000 option fee)

Rent: $1,300 per month

Term: 18 months

Sales price: $189,000

The people you are doing business with LOVE this because you are offering win-win-win contracts.

Your Takeaway from a Sandwich Lease Option with the Right Seller

You quickly recover your out-of-pocket expenses by making a decent profit from the higher option fee and the slightly higher rent. The higher rent brings ongoing positive cash flow for you. Your biggest payoff comes from the difference you pay as the purchase price to the seller and what the tenant-buyer pays when he finalizes the purchase. Count 3 profit points – 1. higher lease option fee, 2. higher monthly rent, and 3. higher purchase price.

Circumstances with different sellers do change the final profit you make, but in this arrangement you’ll see a total profit from the deal of at least $21,000 (a 1,115% profit over your cost in the deal). By putting one or more of these deals in place each month you soon have a hefty five-digit income every month as more and more of these deals close.

Many, many sellers benefit from sandwich lease options. Every one of the 30% of homeowners that own their home free-and-clear will do well with a sandwich lease option. So will any seller that has some equity but doesn’t own the house free-and-clear. Plus, the ones that need “Good Debt Relief” regardless if they own it outright or only have some equity. Add all of these together and you’ll find that a high percentage of homeowners are candidates for your sandwich lease options.

Deals are everywhere. You just need to know how to find them. The Big Key is learning how to fine-tune a sandwich lease option to each situation.

Here is what you need to know about every profitable deal that is out there!

  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. Working with Realtors
  5. Cooperative Lease Options.
  6. Add Personalized Coaching.
  7. Expand to Get the Deed “Subject To.”.

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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You Can Control 65, 160, or More Properties with Sandwich Lease Options

This is all about Your Financial Freedom! Personally, I’ve had control of as many as 175 properties at the same time. The only thing special about the way I accomplished this is that I developed a system and I closely follow my proven system. It’s the same sandwich lease option system that I share with you.

Whether you control 10 properties, 65 properties, or 175 properties, you must follow a proven system!!

Financial Freedom Takes a Proven System

You could develop your own sandwich lease option system. Or you could use the proven system that I openly share with others right out of the box. Over the years, what I’ve found succeeds the most for serious investors is starting with my out of the box system. They then fine-tune it based on experience to meet their specific needs to reap even more success.

You need to personally define what Financial Freedom means to you. For many people, financial freedom means having more time to do the things that they want to do the most. Without a proven system, you will be way too busy managing 10, 65, or 175 properties to have the time to do what you want in life.

Once FINANCIAL FREEDOM is obtained with sandwich lease options, you can easily downsize your responsibilities to have the time to fully enjoy your success!!

Sandwich Lease Options Work in Every Phase of the Real Estate Market

With decades of experience, I’ve shown that sandwich lease options work in every phase of the real estate market. The process also works in every regional and local market. The broad real estate market phases that sandwich lease options work in are:

1. Expansion – when sales are brisk with more buyers than sellers (a seller’s market).

2. Hyper supply – follows expansion when a large number of houses come on the market to fill the demand that buyers have. It’s a transition from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market (typically a balanced market for both buyers and sellers).

3. Retrenching – this typically happens during a recession when money is tight and there are more sellers than buyers (a buyer’s market).

4. Recovery – when the economy is coming out of a recession and money again flows easily (a balanced market for both buyers and sellers).

Today we are in the expansion phase. There are more buyers in the market than there are sellers. Two of the most noteworthy issues in today’s market are the buyer’s inability to afford home prices and their inability to qualify for a mortgage. Sandwich lease options are well suited to help buyers overcome both issues.

Let’s first look at home price affordability and how sandwich lease options help buyers. This is about inflationary dollars that come with the one- or two-year lease period. Buyers can lock in a lease option at today’s prices but wait to finalize the purchase with inflated dollars in a year or two. It makes home prices much more affordable when buyers can pay today’s prices with tomorrow’s dollars (typically when their income is higher). That’s why a house bought five years ago for $185,000 sounds so much less expensive than the same house that costs $245,000 today. This is nothing more than basic economics that the wealthy consistently use to build more wealth.

Today’s other market issue is the buyer’s inability to qualify for a mortgage. It too is perfectly aligned with the sandwich lease option! The main advantage that a buyer gains is having time to repair a damaged credit score that is in the way of qualifying for a mortgage. At the same time, the buyer has more time to put together the full down payment needed to qualify for that mortgage. Both problems are solved with sandwich lease options for buyers having difficulty qualifying for a mortgage in today’s expansion market.

Sandwich lease options solve buyers’ two biggest problems in today’s market – Affordability and Mortgage Qualification!!

You too will achieve financial freedom by using a proven sandwich lease option system.

Sandwich Lease Options Work Just as Well in the Other Market Phases

Today’s expanding market has been going on for a couple of years and has been an outstanding opportunity for sandwich lease investors. Still, your financial freedom must prevail under all market conditions. No one knows when the market will change but it always changes. Here’s what you can expect as a sandwich lease investor under other market conditions.

Hyper supply – don’t expect this anytime soon but a day will come when there are more than enough houses on the market to meet buyers’ demands. This is a time when it becomes easier to get sellers to agree to a sandwich lease option. People are always in need of quick cash or to get out from under a mortgage they can no longer afford. Fixing cash flow problems is difficult when a house needs to be sold during a buyer’s market. That’s the beauty of a sandwich lease option that puts cash in the seller’s hands next week with the confidence that the sale can be completed in 9 or 14 months.

Retrenching – recessions are difficult for sellers and buyers alike. The market is soft and there will be sellers that can no longer afford to stay in the house that they bought a few years ago. Buyers have their own difficult times that you can help with a sandwich lease option that gives them time to repair credit problems while already living in the house they want. There are very few answers to the problems that people face in difficult financial times, but the sandwich lease option is a solution with WIN-WIN-WIN RESULTS. Savvy investors using the fully proven Wealth Building Arsenal also have another proven tool in their toolbox – Get the Deed Subject to Existing Financing. It’s another way to take full control of a property for nothing or little out of your pocket. Subject-To deals can build tremendous wealth for you and are an excellent long-term strategy for real estate investors.

Recovery – Good times are here again when the money starts flowing easily. Sellers are excited to move up to a bigger home and often have a vacant first home that is perfectly suited for a sandwich lease option, so they aren’t in a pickle trying to pay two mortgages. This is also the time when first-time buyers see their best opportunity to become homeowners. But first-time buyers tend to have lingering financial troubles that resulted from the recession. The sandwich lease option is a great fit in every phase of the real estate market!

The real estate market always follows this predictable cycle – Expansion, Hyper supply, Retrenching, and Recovery. Sandwich lease options are your road to financial freedom through all four phases of the real estate cycle!

You know there is opportunity in front of your today and that change is coming. Financial freedom belongs to the investor who has a plan for change that includes controlling 10, 65, or 175 properties during every phase of the real estate market. You have the needed tools waiting at your fingertips.

  1. Your Wealth Building Arsenal.
  2. Advanced strategies for Buying and Selling with Lease Options.
  3. Investing In Real Estate with Lease Options.
  4. Be fully prepared with Get the Deed “Subject To.”
  5. Cooperative Lease Options make a great starting point.
  6. Add Personalized Coaching.
  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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Sandwich Lease Option FAQ for Serious Investors

Sandwich lease option investors often turn first to the ‘For Sale By Owner’ section of the classified ads when looking for a sandwich lease option seller. However, a FSBO probably shouldn’t be your first choice if you are a serious investor. The better choice is often counterintuitive to many sandwich lease option investors…

These FAQs should be of interest to everyone (investors, sellers, and buyers).

Hello to All Serious Sandwich Lease Option Investors

I’ve been involved with lease option real estate investing (and other profitable techniques) for so long that it’s mentally healthy for me to go back over the basics on a regular basis. That is one of the biggest reasons I so much enjoy sharing sandwich lease option FAQ with people. That and because I just plain like working with people.

Every time I write lease option FAQs, do a Webinar, a Bootcamp, or answer personal questions I get a flash from the past about how confused I was in my early weeks and months as a real estate investor. And I recall how thrilled I was when I first came across lease option investing where I could sign a couple of pieces of paper to control a property with little or no money of my own. All without taking out a bank loan or using my own cash. The reason I do sandwich lease option FAQ is so that people like you can learn about the advantages and benefits while at the same time expanding the education and skills that you’ll draw on for decades to come, much in the same way as I do from the questions that you ask.

To your financial freedom through investing,

Wendy

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One of My Best Sandwich Lease Option Solutions for Investors

FAQ #1: As a highly experienced and successful lease option investor, what is one of your favorite techniques to find sandwich lease option sellers?

Answer #1: The counter-intuitive but better place to look for sellers is in the ‘For Rent’ section of the classifieds. What you are looking for are primarily two types of property owners. One is the disgruntled landlord that is again dealing with a vacant rental house. This landlord is going another month or two without rental income. Also, he or she quite possibly just chucked-out another pile of money to make repairs and clean up after another deadbeat renter who stopped paying rent. The thought of a sandwich lease option delivering a steady monthly rent check for the next year or two from a highly qualified tenant-buyer is very appealing. Following that up with a high purchase offer can be even more appealing.

Lease options especially appeal to older landlords such as baby boomers who are now well into their retirement years.

The second person in the ‘For Rent’ section that a sandwich lease option appeals to is the financially at-risk home seller. This is typically a person that recently listed the house for sale but didn’t get the deal done before they became strapped for cash. Their house is sitting vacant and doing nothing other than costing them money every month. In desperation, these people become reluctant landlords to bring in rental income. But they would much rather immediately and permanently solve their financial problem by generating an income from the vacant house starting next week. Knowing they will also get all their cash from a sale in about a year is another big plus for these reluctant landlords. These people are everywhere. Some are recently married couples that combined two households into one. Others recently bought a bigger house, and their first house is now vacant but with a mortgage due every month. Others recently took a job in a different town, etc., etc., etc.

All are techniques for spotting reluctant landlord ads that make finding sandwich lease option houses easy!

FAQ When Selling a Sandwich Lease House

FAQ #2: Why would I choose to do a lease option instead of doing something like flipping houses for cash?

Answer #2: That depends on your circumstances but sandwich lease options definitely offer you (as the investor) more options. First, you can control the house for little or no money out of your pocket without the responsibilities of owning it. Second, while the national market is currently a seller’s market, it isn’t that way everywhere. If yours is a slower market, the lease option opens your market to many more potential buyers. Same thing if your market is highly active – sandwich lease option buyers pay top price. Another good reason is that many investors would like to collect monthly rent for a year or more and still have a highly motivated buyer in the not-too-distant future.

FAQ #3: A sandwich lease option seems like a complicated process. Where do I start?

Answer #3: Start by deciding the terms you want to offer the buyer. Decide how long you want the purchase option to be available. The most common is 18 months to 2 years but it can be longer. Then decide how much to charge for a nonrefundable purchase option fee. Typically, it’s between 3% and 5% of the purchase price. Check your local market to see if a standard exists. You also want to begin considering what maintenance responsibilities you want the tenant to assume that go beyond a traditional lease. Now, you know the terms you want with a seller.

FAQ #4: What’s the next step in a lease option?

Answer #4: As the investor, you have several options to consider. Even before you have a buyer ready to sign the lease option, you should create a draft of the purchase option agreement. You want a win-win agreement, which means the buyer will have some say in the final contract. However, a draft goes a long way towards helping the buyer understand how the process works. Along with the course materials, I recommend that you have a real estate attorney knowledgeable in lease options review your contracts. This is particularly important with your first several lease options and after any change in regulations.

I encourage you to take full advantage of the all resources I’ve included at the end of this article.

FAQ When Buying a Sandwich Lease House

FAQ #5: Finding a sandwich lease option home baffles me, where do I start?

Answer #5: Finding a lease option purchase starts with a search for available houses. One way is to begin your search by asking a real estate agent to review the MLS for possibilities. Also, look at your local craigslist and other local periodic publications with a real estate section. You can also find any house for sale and make a lease option purchase offer.

FAQ #6: When doing my first sandwich lease option purchase agreement, how do I know if I’m getting it right?

Answer #6: The course materials have all the processes, forms, and templates that you need. But you should also have a local real estate attorney review any contract before signing. Just as importantly, you can use my tips for negotiating any lease option purchase agreement to include the terms that you prefer. The lease option purchase agreement is a very flexible contract that should be written to satisfy the investor, the buyer, and the seller (WIN-WIN-WIN).

The sandwich lease option FAQ covered above only begins demonstrating the many possibilities for investors, buyers, and sellers willing to think outside the box.

You will have more questions. To learn everything, you’ll want to read all the useful information that I provide.

Please take advantage of it today.

  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. Cooperative Lease Options.
  5. Working with Realtors.
  6. Add Personalized Coaching.
  7. Expand to Get the Deed “Subject To.”

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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Advanced Insights to Cooperative Lease Options and Sandwich Lease Options

Cooperative lease options are, incredibly, part-time work requiring as little as 3 to 5 hours per week. Cooperative lease options are much simpler than sandwich lease options. You get in and out of these deals very quickly. Each cooperative lease option brings in less money than a sandwich lease, but you are free to do as many as you want and when you want.

Cooperative lease options are a perfect entry point for people wanting to keep their day job and people just getting started as real estate investors!

Cooperative Lease Options are a Career Builder

A great approach is beginning with cooperative lease options but with your eye towards advancing into sandwich lease options. Here is a step-by-step plan for building a career as a real estate investor that you can dial up to full-time or dial back to very part-time whenever you want.

  1. Ease in with one or two cooperative lease options that can each earn you $4,000 or $8,000 in a few short 5-hour workweeks.
  2. Fine-tune and grow your cooperative lease option business to do as many deals as you want.
  3. Outsource your cooperative lease work to an employee as you move up to sandwich lease options that bring in even more and bigger paydays.
  4. Start considering if you are ready to quit your day job.
  5. Grow your sandwich lease option business to do as many deals as you decide you want.
  6. Outsource the sandwich lease work to an employee as you move up to be the boss and owner of your own thriving lease option business. This might be the point when you need to add more staff.

It’s a 6-Step Plan to Total Financial Freedom!

You now have full control of your work life. You and your employees can do either cooperative lease options or sandwich lease options. You do these based on how many hours you want to work. Or you can decide which option works best for a particular deal that comes across your desk. All the decisions are entirely yours to make.

Full disclosure: In the beginning, you may need to put in some extra effort to fully comprehend the material and put processes in place that work best in your local market.

Cooperative Lease Options Bring Fast Start Up Cash

Cooperative lease options are your on-ramp for raising fast cash. You can easily do it at your kitchen table with a telephone. Some of the cash from your first deal or two is all you need to begin building a professionally run business. Your startup cost is close to zero but by following the step-by-step career-building plan, you’ll soon need to hire a part-time employee to do the detail work. Your first cooperative lease deal from your kitchen table can pay an employee for a couple of months and still leave cash in your pocket.

Or maybe you decide to put together cooperative lease options only when you need fast cash in your pocket. One deal can easily finance a great vacation or cover the added expenses over the holidays. It could be a big down payment for a nice new car. Or it could mean finally paying off those high-interest credit cards.

For 3 to 5 hours per week, you get a lot of bang with your bucks.

If you’re ready to launch a new high-paying but part-time career as a real estate investor, I suggest that you use your first deal or two to grow your business by outsourcing the work…

Grow Your Business by Outsourcing the Work

If you are looking for very part-time work with highly rewarding paydays, you want to build processes that outsource the work for cooperative lease options, sandwich lease options, or both. Everything that you need comes with the Wealth Building Arsenal Course – forms, contracts, scripts, checklists, and basic processes.

What you do is customize the process to best match your local neighborhoods and region. This is as easy as identifying the neighborhood you want to do business in and specifying the types of houses that you want to make deals on (for example: suburban 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, with a yard, less than 30 years old).

After you go through the course materials and customize them to your situation, you use checklists and processes to turn it over to an employee to run the day-to-day operations. This person does the marketing, research, and collects information about potential houses, sellers, and tenant-buyers. He or she runs background checks, title/lien checks, and fills in contract templates.

Once the process is in place, your role can be reduced to negotiating terms and conditions with sellers. At the same time, you tour the houses to be assured these are good deals (quality control). You’ll also oversee the deal flow to be sure the right number of deals are in the right phase of the process. This includes making sure enough marketing is taking place to bring in a steady flow of deals. You also want to be sure enough deals have progressed to negotiating contracts, to paperwork preparation, and to the signing phase. That’s about all there is to the cooperative lease option side of your business.

Sandwich lease options are longer-term for bigger paydays. For these, you also monitor progress towards the final purchase of the house by the tenant-buyers. You do not need to do this with cooperative lease options. For sandwich lease options (and more paydays) you make sure rents are being paid on time and that the tenant-buyer’s credit score is improving so that they can qualify for a mortgage. Truth be told, one of your employees only needs to warn you if one of these is getting out of whack.

You can build your real estate investing career and business to any size that you want.

Advanced Solutions Using Cooperative and Sandwich Lease Options

An advanced use of cooperative lease options can be flipping sandwich lease options to other investors. It’s another quick and easy way for you to get in and out of a profitable deal for truly little work. You take the lead in a sandwich lease option but use a cooperative lease option to flip it to another investor. The original contract with the seller must specify that you can reassign the contract. Then, through your network, you find another investor that has a tenant-buyer looking for a lease option. You have the house under a lease option agreement but another investor has the tenant-buyer. You essentially flip the sandwich lease to the other investor who ultimately puts the tenant-buyer in place. Another name for this is “Wholesaling for Quick and Easy Cash.”

When wholesaling, you don’t need to find the tenant-buyer. What you are doing is bringing in a hungry investor from your network. You assign your contract with the seller to another investor. That investor pays you a fee to buy the contract that you have with the seller. The investor you bring in then puts in place a tenant-buyer for the sandwich lease option. For example, I usually take the tenant-buyer’s option fee as my assignment fee for a wholesale lease option. This can be anywhere from $4,500-$10,000 in my area of the country. Can you use an extra $6,000 this month?

Another advanced variation is using a cooperative lease option to complete a sandwich lease option that you already have when it’s time for the tenant-buyer to close the purchase. One of the best things about being a real estate investor is your ability to write contracts in many creative ways. In this creative version of a cooperative lease option, you have a sandwich lease option that has been under contract for a year or so. You keep the contract in place between you and the tenant-buyer until he or she is ready to make the final purchase. But maybe you need some quick cash to complete the deal. Who knows where your finances might be a year or two down the road?

You can use a cooperative lease option to bring in another investor to make the purchase from the seller and then sell to the tenant-buyer. In that scenario, you have already collected the big lease option fee at the front end and the higher rent until the final purchase is made. What the cooperative lease option does is flip to the other investor the difference between your purchase price from the seller and what the tenant-buyer is paying. Exactly how much you pay to the other investor in this cooperative lease option all depends on the creative agreement you make with the other investor.

Real estate lease options are all about finding creative solutions that work for you and others.

If any of this interests you, the place you want to begin is with the Wealth Building Arsenal! Start investing in Real Estate with Lease Options today!

  1. Cooperative Lease Options.
  2. Advanced strategies for Buying and Selling with Lease Options.
  3. You’re Wealth Building Arsenal.
  4. Investing In Real Estate with Lease Options.
  5. Add Personalized Coaching.
  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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