90 Days with a Rehabber vs Wholesaler (LA 922)
Steven J Butala: Steve and Jill here.
Jill DeWit: Hello. I was gonna do like, "Mm-hmm (affirmative)."
Steven J Butala: Welcome to the Land Academy Show, entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala.
Jill DeWit: And, I am Jill DeWit. Broadcasting from sunny Southern California.
Steven J Butala: Sultry Jill DeWit today. Today Jill and I talk about the topic, 90 days with a rehaber versus a wholesaler.
Jill DeWit: I like that word, by the way. Can you imagine that was your license plate? Sultry? Everybody would be like chasing you down the freeway. Be like, "Who's that?"
Steven J Butala: Not me. They wouldn't be chasing me.
Jill DeWit: Oh. That's so funny.
Steven J Butala: They would be wondering why that person has such an overinflated concept of themselves that they have to have a vanity license plate. In fact, you know what? That's my concept on vanity license plates at all.
Jill DeWit: Listen, mister.
Steven J Butala: I don't care if you're the best looking person on the planet. Male or female or whatever.
Jill DeWit: I used to have one. Actually, a couple times.
Steven J Butala: I don't understand these vanity plates. It's a license plate.
Jill DeWit: I've had them. I know. I've had them. I don't have it anymore. I'm under the radar now, but I have had them and it was kind of fun.
My favorite was the one time I got a speeding ticket, because I was racing up to catch up to a vanity license plate, because I was trying to figure out what it was. How awful is that?
Steven J Butala: How old were you?
Jill DeWit: I was old enough to know don't get a ticket speeding up to read a vanity plate. That was dumb.
Steven J Butala: I have a lot of questions, Jill. Certain stuff.
Jill DeWit: Yeah. So, yeah. I'm sitting in traffic school, and everybody's talking about how they got there and I'm like, "Stupidest reason. Trying to catch up to read a vanity plate. Right here. That's why I'm in traffic school."
Steven J Butala: Did you catch up?
Jill DeWit: Well, yeah. I caught up and the cop caught up to me.
Steven J Butala: What did it say?
Jill DeWit: I don't even remember now. Whatever it was, it wasn't that good.
Steven J Butala: So, it wasn't worth it?
Jill DeWit: Nope. It was not worth it. I can't believe I did that.
Steven J Butala: It's funny. You're with somebody for decades and you don't know stuff. You just learn something, especially on a show.
Jill DeWit: Yep. No-
Steven J Butala: You probably kept that one under your hat, because it's maybe-
Jill DeWit: Yeah. It's not my finest moment.
Steven J Butala: Before the end of this show I'll think of some stuff that I've done that's just silly ridiculous like that.
Jill DeWit: Good. It'll make me feel better. I like that.
Steven J Butala: Before we get into the topic, let's take a question posted by one of our members on the LandInvestors.com online community. It's free.
Jill DeWit: Abby asks, "Hi, guys. Assuming you market your property everywhere in the interment, what's the average number of days your vacant lot stays on the market before selling? Thanks."
You want to go or you want me to go?
Steven J Butala: I'd love you to go, because that's your end of this.