Today, my guest is my business partner, Cory Boatright. In 2005-2006, Cory became interested in short sales due to the economic crash. He knew that there was an opportunity because people couldn’t afford their house, bought too much house, didn’t have enough money, and were going to lose their house. Cory figured out a way to capitalize on the short sale market and built software that, at the time, specialized in short sales.

Then, thyroid cancer changed his perspective and life. Cory decided that he didn’t want to do short sales anymore. He closed his loss mitigation company and sold the remaining portion of his software company. Cory started focusing on bigger things, such as life and what’s most important. He spent time with his mom and other people he cared about. Cory started looking at the low-hanging fruit in real estate – wholesaling.

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