How do you fund your wholesale deals? This question may become more and more common as states consider the rules surrounding wholesale real estate transactions. If you’re in a state that’s banned wholesale deals (hello, Illinois), don’t throw out these kinds of transactions entirely. Instead, get creative. There are ways to get these deals done as a win-win-win-win, keeping buyers, sellers, and legislators happy, and they’re worth exploring.
Let me start by saying that I am not an attorney and my intention is not to render legal advise in this article. Instead what I’m offering is my experience, and it’s pretty vast. Naturally, you should seek your own legal council relating to your business. Ok, with that said… Doing a subject to deal […]
Did you know…there are several ways to get your properties sold and reach investors in your area QUICKLY? (Hint: your real estate marketing may play a major role in this aspect) One of my students recently contracted a single-family home in the Orlando, Florida area: a 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 1-car garage, with a heated swimming pool. […]
In case you didn’t know, an earnest money deposit is a deposit made by a buyer to a seller, typically held mutually in a trust or escrow account, and shows that the buyer is hopeful in the transaction’s success. However, the question is…when a house is under contract, does the investor really need to be […]
My goal for today’s blog post is to begin to open your eyes to the beauty (and profits) that vacant houses have to offer. By following the tips and advice that I’m about to lay out for you in a mini-series of posts, you’ll be able to turn abandoned property (which are everywhere around you) […]