Today, I have my friends Anthony and Candace Coffey, a married couple operating out of the Kansas City area. A lot of people work in this business that are spouses or father and son, or mother and daughter. There are all sorts of scenarios and it’s not always easy, but there’s a lot of benefits to working with your family and that’s what we are going to talk about today.
[00:00:00] Hey everybody. Welcome back to the show today. I’ve got my girlfriends here, Anthony and Candice married, couple operating out of Kansas city area. And, uh, you know, similar to my wife and I worked a little bit the business for a long time from the beginning, really? And there’s some give and takes in relationships.
A lot of people work in this business that are spouses or father, sons, or mother daughter, all sorts of scenarios. And it’s not always easy, but there’s a lot of benefits to working with your family. So that’s what we’re going to talk about today. Welcome to real estate investing secrets. We’re all looking for freedom and the opportunity to live better, more fulfilling lives.
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Anthony: [00:01:09] Mike, thanks for having us.
Mike: [00:01:11] Good to see you guys.
So it’s interesting. We talked a little bit before we started recording here today and I’ve had some couples on before we talk was I actually interviewed my wife at one point. She’s an introvert. And after like, I think we did, it was like episode 400 or something after several years, I was like, finally, you got to come on the show.
And so, uh, but you know, I think, um, at the end of the day, I think if you guys are the same as. Is, we are similar. You get to a point to where, cause you guys had other jobs and businesses and things before. Right. You get to a point where you’re like, I want this freedom. I want it for my family. And, uh, um, it just makes sense on some level to like, well, let’s just do it as a family, right?
Candace: [00:01:48] Yeah. Yeah.
Mike: [00:01:50] And it’s not, you know, there’s some people that know right now, like I could never work with my spouse. Like we would kill each other. And there’s some that are like, I think we’re working really well together and maybe they end up killing each other anyway. [00:02:00] Every day is different.
Anthony: [00:02:04] It’s definitely interesting every day.
Candace: [00:02:08] thank God we don’t.
Mike: [00:02:10] Yeah. You’re probably
Candace: [00:02:12] wondering my neck by the end of the day.
Mike: [00:02:14] Yeah. It’s a good business. I mean, at the end of the day, one of the big parts is, is like, if you get that, you get to the point where you get that freedom. You get some time to travel, you get some time to do things. You can do that together because if one person still had a job.
And they got two weeks of vacation a year and the other person has this flexibility. Then that causes friction too honestly. So it allows me to be alive.
Candace: [00:02:34] It really does.
Anthony: [00:02:35] I mean, we wouldn’t have any other way. We joke about it. It is stressful, but it’s really great. I mean, there’s a lot of benefits to it too.
Especially once you can master your systems, know your market and get your team members going. It’s really great.
Mike: [00:02:46] So, yeah. So talk about, kind of at the beginning. So I know you were, you were doing the sport. Candace came on. And then, um, that’s when your business really started to take off, honestly. Right.
So maybe you kind of share like, you know, what was missing, I guess, and then that transition or [00:03:00] when she came on board.
Anthony: [00:03:01] Yeah. So I was originally going by myself. I thought I could do it by myself. Um, and then Candace saw me struggling for so long. And then we eventually started talking, uh, you know, starting to having other people realize we, our systems weren’t there, uh, in order for us to be successful and scale this business.
And so I was not doing a lot of things that we should be doing in order to get the leads and go to direct to seller. And so Kane has came on. Um, she didn’t work for anything. She was working for free
Mike: [00:03:28] for.
Anthony: [00:03:29] Six months to a year, maybe. And now, now she’s on salary. Now she’s getting bonuses. Now she’s getting a piece of the pie like everybody else, but yes, she’s the one who really scaled this business up to where it is now because of the operations.
She’s our operations manager. So she hired all the VA’s. She got all of the text messaging, all the cold, calling all the systems, the Podio, everything. So I’m really blessed and grateful that she’s on the team. And then she’s my wife.
Mike: [00:03:58] Yeah. Could you ever have even done [00:04:00] that, Anthony yourself? You think you would have figured that out?
I mean, it’s a lot of hats to wear when you’re doing this business by yourself. Right?
Anthony: [00:04:05] Well, I mean, I’m the type of person I would have learned, like the basics of it, but try to outsource it because I’m not how I’m wired in the brain. It’s just, it’s, it’s very, it’s going to be a headache for me and very frustrating for me.
And so I would try to learn as much as I can, but. You know, this is, I mean, one person can do this, but if you’re trying to scale, it takes a team. In my opinion, there’s a lot of different roles and responsibilities, unless you’re going to burn yourself out, which is that’s where I was heading. I was burning myself out.
My first investor fuel meeting. I got up there and I was telling, telling everybody I’m burned out. You know, we need to do this. And this is what those for a little bit. And so ever since we joined your guys’ group and Kane has came on board, I mean, things are just starting to click. So we’re just.
Candace: [00:04:46] Yeah.
CRM was like a pad of paper and like, and so I was like, somebody needs to help you with lean. Are we talking about
[00:05:00] how it started? And then it was like, are you doing anything on social media? Everyone’s on social media. Hey, Hey, where are you getting your lists from list?
Anthony: [00:05:10] Yeah, she does the marketing. She does everything. She’s really, I mean, steering this company and like, as far as like the branding goes and marketing goes and bringing in lead generation.
Mike: [00:05:20] yeah, that’s great. Yeah, it’s this, this is a, I mean, I guess probably every small business, but in our business, there’s some real natural, like it’s almost like three or four businesses together. Like marketing could be it’s own business. Acquisitions could be its own business. This positions could be its own business.
Certainly if you’re rehabbing, right. And then just kind of a core operations is really its own beast. Right? And so not that you should have four leaders involved, but it’s a real natural quit to say, like you handle acquisitions and dispositions and I’m going to handle the back office operations or whatever.
There’s a real natural kind of splits. I’ve found. Yeah.
Candace: [00:05:57] Yeah.
Mike: [00:05:58] And it sounds like you guys are kind of [00:06:00] like my wife and I was like, it takes w w we kind of have this joke about, uh, if it was up to her, cause she’s very conservative and risk averse analytical. So she was like, it was up to her. She probably never would have pulled the trigger on a house and we flipped hundreds of houses.
And if it was up to me, like we would just be a mess operationally and our cash situation would have like, probably drawn us out of business a long time. But yeah. Cause it takes a lot of work. Right. So,
Anthony: [00:06:23] yeah, it really does. I mean, it goes back to everyone’s roles and responsibilities. I mean, there’s just a lot of hats to,
Candace: [00:06:29] he was always like gone and I never saw him.
He would be like out on employments or he’d be on the phone or if he would be like in his office doing work
Anthony: [00:06:38] and then forcing deals to you, don’t underwrite the deals correctly. Then you’re getting mad at contractors. Touching steering wheels, breaking phones.
Mike: [00:06:51] If you try to do it all yourself, you really can never grow because you just get stuck at, you know, I’ll say this kind of direction, like two or three deals a month [00:07:00] tops, and you just can’t get above that because. You didn’t get your marketing done on time, because you were out on acquisitions on appointment trying to buy a house or something.
And then if you can’t grow, then you don’t have any resources to go build your team. Right. So it just forces you in the situation to basically be in a job, right? Hey, you’re
Anthony: [00:07:17] constantly in the trenches. And so you can’t pull yourself out and see where you need to take this, this vehicle. You’re trying to bring down the road and if you’re constantly in the trenches fighting, so.
Yeah. Yeah. You gotta have your boots on ground, so you can pull yourself out of those roles. So you can start managing where you want to take this people.
Candace: [00:07:34] You did a good job though. He did a really good job in the beginning. He was, he was buying houses still. It wasn’t like he wasn’t buying houses. It was just like, okay.
We just need to figure out where the, where are these leads? Are we, did you follow up? I don’t where I can’t find the paperwork that I was like, okay, we need CRM.
Anthony: [00:07:52] Yeah. The CRM wasn’t there. The bottom lines weren’t there. But yeah, we were buying a lot of auction houses. We weren’t going direct to seller. So there’s a lot of things we weren’t [00:08:00] implementing.
And so, yeah, we were buying houses, but we weren’t making the money. We were supposed to be making because we were doing so many other things. Yeah.
Mike: [00:08:07] Yep, yep, yep. Yeah. You’re right in the trenches is the word I would say is you just, especially if you’re like. No Anthony, like, if you’re, if you’re, you know, you have to, you have to be good at acquisitions.
Somebody has to be good at acquisitions. I mean, this is right. So, but you’re right. Just because you’re buying houses doesn’t mean that the business, it, it looks good on social media sometimes. Like, Hey, we got another one, we got another one. That’s like, yeah, but shit’s falling apart, back at the office or back at the home office or whatever it is.
Candace: [00:08:34] it’s a good deal or not.
Mike: [00:08:39] So what did you do prior to coming on and how big of a transition was that for you? Um,
Candace: [00:08:46] I was actually working at century 21 as like an office admin, kind of getting my feet wet with real estate since I didn’t really know anything about real estate. It was terrifying to me. I remember his brother and him were in business together, Alex [00:09:00] and Flynn, and they would go out to lunch and talk about real estate and business all the time.
I kind of sit there in the background, like. I don’t know what to say. And then I was like, all right, how do I get involved in this? And so I decided to get my real estate license. I was working at a broker’s office and I decided to get my license and be the company real estate agent. And that’s kind of how it started, um, you know, pulling comps for him, things like that.
And then it turned into like picking colors for houses and then it turned into, Hey, can you answer the phones? Like I’m not good on the phone. So then I did like the phones, stuff like that. And then, um, it went to, okay, we have a lot of phone calls coming in. Where am I putting all these people PRN started.
Mike: [00:09:49] And then you start to see like, You know, just like, okay, okay. This is, let’s get it on the list of things that need to be addressed. So that administrative background a little [00:10:00] bit, yes. It’s definitely helped. Right. So, yeah.
Candace: [00:10:02] Yeah. I wasn’t really with the CRM because of, you know, century 21, it’s just, you know, where, when you’re an agent, you have your own CRM where you put your, your contacts and things like that.
So I was like, Oh, we need one for this.
Mike: [00:10:15] Yeah,
Candace: [00:10:16] that’s just how I got into real estate, but yeah.
Mike: [00:10:19] Do you guys, so you guys just in your head talking to like help other people that might be listening right now that are spouses. So let’s talk a little bit about the pros and the cons of working together. Some of the pros we talked about is you, you know, what’s going on, you know, flexible in your schedule.
You can probably both follow that. What are, what are any other pros that obviously a pro is that you can divide and conquer? Like based on skillset?
Candace: [00:10:42] I don’t have to ask him. If I’m like, Hey, we’re going to do this marketing. I don’t have to ask them anymore.
Anthony: [00:10:49] Do all of the people in the company have their own autonomy to make the decisions for the company?
But yeah, the pros are, we can divide and conquer. I mean, she’s really good at what she does. I’m really good at what I do or I can [00:11:00] say everyone’s just really good at what they have to do and we can bring it together. That’s a really good feeling at the end of the day that you can trust and rely on each person wearing the right roles and responsibilities to doing the right thing.
So that makes me sleep, sleep better at night. So that’s a huge, huge advantage. He’s pro I would say,
Candace: [00:11:17] like, I’m not really great with numbers, so I’m like, you handle all that stuff. Like you handle all numbers. I’m like I’ll handle the back office stuff. So yeah. Where you’re strong at. So I know I’m good with people.
I know that I’m great at, you know, Facebook marketing, like CRM, staying on top of like things that need to get done. And Anthony is really good with like numbers and like, like projects analyzing deals. And he’s really great at all
Anthony: [00:11:46] stuff. You gotta be careful. I mean, like you’re working with them and you’re living with them.
So you just, you have to differentiate. Professional and personal. So, and then you sort of can’t really blur those lines. And then I don’t know, it’s [00:12:00] fine. It’s kind of hard because this is a 24 seven business course. And so even though we’re not in the office, 24, seven
Candace: [00:12:05] 90% of our conversations are about
Anthony: [00:12:07] business.
Candace: [00:12:08] Are they about like anything else? I’ll be like, Hey babe, we should probably talk about our daughters
Mike: [00:12:12] sometimes.
Anthony: [00:12:19] Yeah. I mean, I’m just like, I’m passionate about, I love talking about it. So it’s great when your partner in life is just as passionate and loves it as well. But yeah, that’s communication is key, you know, just making sure you’re talking to them professionally respectable. Um, you don’t wanna step on anyone’s toes and still get division though.
Mike: [00:12:37] Yeah. Yeah. I’m sure you guys have done this based off what you just said. Like, we’ll go to dinner. We’re like, well, we’re not gonna talk about business tonight. It’s like it probably wasn’t 30 seconds and we’re off on something like, Hey, talk about business. What else we’re gonna talk about? So anyway, it just becomes a big part of your life.
Here’s the thing, when you’re an entrepreneur, if you enjoy what you’re doing, not that you have to like, absolutely love it, but if you enjoy what you’re doing, It’s not [00:13:00] just a job, it’s just kind of becomes who you are. It’s kind of hard to differentiate your work life and your non-word life.
Candace: [00:13:07] Yeah. Cause we both do the same thing.
So it’s a, it’s an easy conversation to have. We all know, we know where money’s at and everything like that, which is good. We were able to spend a lot of time together, a lot of time together. If I need him to do something like, Hey, I know he’s home. This is great. You know, it’s really nice being able to work together, kids, him and I.
He’s really good at being like a stern, like. Mean get the job done. I’m like back here, like it’s okay. Calm down the nurture one all together. Yeah,
Anthony: [00:13:41] it’s really good. I love it. I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love working with her. I live with my spouse. She’s definitely the, my better half. Cause I really cause she helped us level up.
I mean a lot of different, very lot of different aspects of it. So. Yeah.
Mike: [00:13:53] I mean, if anybody
Anthony: [00:13:54] are asking or contemplating on, if they should work their spouse, I would say give it a try. And then just [00:14:00] as long as you can be respectful and
Mike: [00:14:01] professional,
Anthony: [00:14:02] I mean, you can’t, it’s really hard to mess something up when you’re being
Mike: [00:14:05] respectful.
Yeah. Yeah. What are some of the cons of a working together? Would you say? Lots of pros. What are the some cons?
Candace: [00:14:14] Yeah,
Anthony: [00:14:14] I mean, constantly talking about someone wants to talk about something other than business and you want to talk about business. So that could be a con
Candace: [00:14:22] people that me personally, like all my girlfriends come over and he’s like in his head, he’ll be like in his, I like thinking.
What’s on your mind. Oh, just real estate. Whatever’s going on in the business. He, you know, there’s really like Alma and then I’m worried about it. So then we both can’t escape or enjoy like the time that we have with the people we’re around almost.
Anthony: [00:14:41] I really don’t think there’s a whole lot of cons to it.
But I’m looking at it at a pretty biased view because I feel like I need her and vice versa and vice versa. So
Mike: [00:14:51] even if
Anthony: [00:14:52] there was some cons, it’s like, I don’t really, I mean, I don’t, I don’t see them as a con or just maybe a gap that needs to be filled or a lack of communication or
Mike: [00:14:59] something. [00:15:00] Yeah. A lot of it’s around communication with the contractor.
Right. It really comes down to money issues or unclear communications. Right. So like I’ve kind of found, um, you know, if we. As long as we talk every once in a while, like we almost didn’t have like a management meeting. It sounds weird. Cause you’re like, we were together all the time. Why don’t we need to meet?
It’s like, well, is this the dedicate time? We’re gonna talk about this thing. We don’t just like run into down the hallway and say, Hey, you have a second talk about this. It’s like, let’s have a formal time for that. Which sometimes when you’re together, you don’t, everything’s informal. Right? So you’re like, well, if we can make like a formal.
This is like the financial meeting once a week. And let’s talk about our inventory or whatever. Otherwise it’s never, it’s like a meeting, a meeting could happen at any time. Right.
Anthony: [00:15:42] I’m a stickler about our company meetings and she’s like, what did we have to talk? Do we have to talk about it? I’m like,
Candace: [00:15:49] yeah,
Anthony: [00:15:55] he’s getting everybody together knowing inventory and numbers.
Candace: [00:15:58] So there’s a part right there [00:16:00] because for me, I’m, I’m sitting here, like I know everything’s fine. Everything’s good. On my end. Everything’s good. And he said here, like, Yeah, we need a cop
Anthony: [00:16:09] and we still need to run it ride. You still need to run it as a company and still be, you know, strict.
And you got to do your things, right. It’s not, you can’t be informal. And just cause we’re working with the house is right.
Mike: [00:16:21] Yeah. That’s what I that’s. What I’ve found is you gotta, you gotta try to find a way to still have some structure. It’s real easy. Cause you can define if you’re structured or not. And you know, most of what we do will be informal,
Anthony: [00:16:31] but
Mike: [00:16:32] if you have those dedicated times to come together, it probably like a one hour meeting could eliminate like 10, 15 minutes, Hey, you got a second type conversations, right.
It’s just structure around it. This is the type of thing. One of the items we covered on the agenda, if you have, I just, that just sounded like you got a whole lot more formal,
Anthony: [00:16:48] but
Mike: [00:16:49] um, you know, it just prevents a whole bunch of side conversations or laying in bed at night saying, Hey, did you do this thing?
It’s like, well, I know that it gets done because it’s in our system or whatever, [00:17:00] you know,
Candace: [00:17:01] kind of just hold everyone accountable and make sure that everyone’s doing their things. And yeah. If anyone has anything to address.
Mike: [00:17:08] Yeah. That’s
Candace: [00:17:09] important. So, I mean, especially when you have multiple people, like we have VA’s that are remote and sometimes he doesn’t know what they’re, what they’re doing or what’s going on with them because.
I know it, but I always forget sometimes I forget to relay it to him. Like, Hey, RVA, Roslyn is having a, you know, an issue with, you know, following up or, or like notes being inputted into Podio. And I’ll forget to like tell him or something, their tickets, things like that.
Anthony: [00:17:42] Maybe struggled
Mike: [00:17:46] advice you’d give to people that are, you know, Thinking about working with a spouse or maybe they already are, and it’s not working out or any, any guidance you could give to
Anthony: [00:17:54] people to what’s helped me is, [00:18:00] um, I like to read a lot now because as you get older, you, you know what I mean? You don’t know anything.
You feel like, you know something and you don’t know anything. So it’s
Mike: [00:18:08] like,
Anthony: [00:18:09] I’m constantly reading. Cause I feel like we can always get better. And so it was helped me out was reading business books and management books. And again, it’s just differentiating the business and the professional or the business and the personal.
So as long as you can still talk to them, you know, loving in a professional way and respectful way, it still gets your point and mission across. I think that that’s what’s key. I think what people blur the lines is, um, they get, uh, they don’t know how to communicate and. One partner might be feeling more pressured than the other partner.
And they don’t know how to communicate those pressures or tell them, Hey, what’s going on. Or somebody feels like they’re doing more than the other. And they don’t have the roles and responsibilities laid out as what they should.
Candace: [00:18:49] Like, they don’t know what they’re doing.
Mike: [00:18:51] Yeah.
Candace: [00:18:52] I fall into that a lot, especially with systems when we’re doing like a new system or someone sends me something, Hey, have you heard of [00:19:00] this place to buy list?
I’m like, Hmm. I have to check into that, but, you know, I can get overwhelmed pretty easily and get really like flustered and then take it out of him because I’m like, why would you give me this ass? Like, why would you do that? I already know what’s working. Why would you, things like that? Can’t you
Mike: [00:19:17] just like,
Anthony: [00:19:20] it’s funny.
Cause you work at home. Bring your homework with you and separating that work life balance and still keeping still progressing as well. Both categories. Yeah.
Candace: [00:19:34] I get flustered pretty easy on new new systems. If I can’t like sit there and focus, like, like do my work in like a quiet space, so I’ll get flustered and he’s like, okay, well just calm down.
I’m like, okay. So it’s like bittersweet sometimes. I just want to wring his neck.
Mike: [00:19:52] Well, I think everybody that works together, even if it looks like those are perfect, they all want at least rubbing their neck every once in a while. What you said is [00:20:00] very true. We’ve seen the same thing here is that, uh, you have to kind of respect what the other person’s doing and, you know, you want them to, so one of the challenges I have with my wife is there’s a bunch of stuff that she’s really good at, but she didn’t necessarily like do it.
Right. And so I’m like, I’m just like throwing it over the fence. And then she like sees it as like I’m doing the fun stuff. And she’s doing the crap, even though we were going to do that, it’s like, yeah, I don’t want to do it. So it’s like, just being aware of like, cause it’s almost like you want to like fill out a survey every once in a while.
Like how do we feel on a scale of one to 10 on this, you know, or something like that. But
Candace: [00:20:34] exactly. Yes, I I’m right there with you on that key. I think like having patients like. I know that he’s constantly learning new things. I’m constantly learning new things. People in our, you know, in the back end of our business are constantly learning new things.
We can’t rush it. You can’t rush anyone to like get to that point, like, you know, finished product. If it takes time,
[00:21:00] you gotta be patient
Candace: [00:21:02] and understanding because mistakes will happen in this
Mike: [00:21:06] business. Yeah, no doubt. No doubt. Think about, obviously you guys are, you guys are members of investor fuel as well.
And so, you know, one of the things that I found and I’ve always believed this, cause I’ve been in that before I had a mastermind, I was in masterminds or other groups. It’s like, it’s your right as an entrepreneur and kind of a subset of an entrepreneur, we’ll say an investor. Sometimes when you’re with your non real estate investor or friends or your non-entrepreneurial friends, it’s hard to communicate.
You’re just like, yeah, I’m just, I’m just different. I’m just wired differently now, you know? So, so it’s hard to communicate sometimes with, with other people. And it’s not that they’re, anybody’s bad. It’s just like, If you have a job and you get two weeks paid vacation a year and I’m able to go on eight weeks of vacation a year, cause I’ve got that flexibility or I’m able to do other things or whatever.
It’s just hard to, it’s hard to have commentary. It’s hard to say like, Hey, we’ll just cleared 40 grand on a property yesterday. And it’s like, well, we just lost 30 grand yesterday. I mean, it’s hard to [00:22:00] have those conversations with a neighbor that has a typical job. Right. And so I think that’s why it’s even more important to surround yourself with other people that are wired like you.
Cause they’re hard to find, but they’re out there right. Right.
Candace: [00:22:12] And like, I have a twin sister, she’s my identical twin sister. And she doesn’t understand our business completely cause she’s, um, she’s in phlebotomy. So when I talk real estate, it’s kind of like Chinese to her and she doesn’t really understand.
She sees me working at home. She sees my husband home, like, you know, our daughter’s home and it’s hard for other people to really relate to our lifestyle. And I mean, it’s hard because. Jealousy is always places, especially when it’s family,
Anthony: [00:22:40] it’s not really jealous. They didn’t really understand and circle back to the investor school.
It’s it’s great. It’s great to be a part of a group like investment people that are doing different little things in real estate that you can talk to. I mean, the investor fuel private group, I’m engaging that thing almost every day because like, You’re my people. Right, right. Yeah. I don’t talk to anybody.
[00:23:00] You can’t shoot the crap with anybody else because they don’t really necessarily understand the lingo or whatever. So, yeah. It’s pretty cool to be a part of that
Mike: [00:23:08] group. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Find other friends who we’ve got. I have some friends that are entrepreneurs in different areas, and I just feel like it’s easier to be entrepreneurial and talk about business.
Talk about. You know, the fact that you yeah. What a lot of people don’t see is when you work at home, it’s like, well, but you know, I work at midnight on a Saturday night. If I have to, like, I just I’ll do whatever I got to do. It’s not all like, uh, it’s not all like. It’s not all gate. It’s not all like roses or whatever they say, right.
It’s like, yeah, there’s a dark side, but there’s, there’s pros and cons right. To this lifestyle. Awesome guys. So, uh, it folks of the, one more about your business operate in Kansas city, right? So if you guys, if folks wanted to learn more about you connect with you and just connect with you on social media or something, and where should they go?
Candace: [00:23:56] That’s the easiest way to get ahold of us,
Anthony: [00:23:58] faithful home buyer, [00:24:00] Stacy, or Anthony coffee, or Candace coffee to those personally,
Candace: [00:24:04] and also our website people. Homebuyers casey.com. He’s also a good way. And your email.
Anthony: [00:24:09] Yeah,
Mike: [00:24:10] we have Instagram.
Candace: [00:24:11] We have Instagram as well.
Mike: [00:24:13] I’ll get some links and put them down in the show notes here for you guys.
Awesome. Also, I definitely appreciate you guys sharing your story a little bit.
Anthony: [00:24:21] Hey, people can reach and reach me on my personal email to Anthony [email protected] If they have any questions or concerns, I’ve had a few people reach out already, but I’m always willing to share and help.
Mike: [00:24:33] Cool. Awesome guys, we’ll really get to see you looking forward to seeing you at the best we’re coming up here again.
Soon. If we’re back to a real meeting instead of a virtual, uh, virtual lifestyle, we’re all getting out a little bit more these days.
Anthony: [00:24:44] I’m excited to see everybody.
Mike: [00:24:45] Yeah. Awesome. Awesome guys. Well, everybody, thanks for joining us today. Hope you got some good value, especially if you’re working with your spouse or thinking about it.
There’s, there’s definitely some pros and cons. Lots of, uh, lots of pros and could be lots of cons. It depends on here. You probably know if [00:25:00] that’ll work with your spouse or not. And if you think it might, it might be worth a try. Yeah. So if you guys don’t even subscribe to the corporate show, do. You could scratch to subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Google, play, wherever you’re watching or listening right now, where she can access all of our shows on flipping their.com till the next time.
We’ll see you take care.
Candace: [00:25:18] Hi,
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