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January 22, 2017 C) in “bread and butter” neighborhoods, Wholesaling real estate is another prime example of the best ways to make money in this industry. For one, it is the best way to make money from real estate with little capital to invest. It is similar to the fix and flip strategy, except the property is not renovated until the wholesaler finds a buyer. A real estate wholesaler contracts with a seller at a specific price, markets the home to potential buyers at a higher selling price. The objective is to sell the home in time before the contract with the original seller closes. The price discrepancy between the seller’s contract and the buyer’s contract makes up the wholesaler’s profit.
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE Other than that, it takes a lot of financial positioning to have ready cash available. My favorite is to watch foreclosures. To buy this type of deal, you need to have large amounts of cash. You will need to research records and you better get to know a Realtor and/or a Title Rep who will aid you with numbers and potential resale values. Of course, you’ll relist the property with the Realtor providing you the numbers as well as the Title Company that helps.
Many would-be real estate investors find wholesaling to be a great entry point into the field of investing. With its process of finding under-valued properties and either selling them outright or assigning the contract to a buyer — without doing any repairs on the property — wholesaling is a great way to learn the craft of real estate investing, while making money in the process.
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Brandon, thank you for this post. I’m just starting out and it seems overwhelming and I have a lot to learn. I’ve watched your “Introduction to Real Estate Investing” course which very informative.
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Natarrio, Kessia Khadine on October 19, 2017 10:49 am I purchased a property from a wholesaler I am guessing. It was part of an estate sale. We agreed on a price of 125,000 cash. I gave him a 5,000 EMD check. I am about to settle on the property and on the settlement documents I see a $5,000.00 charge called an “Assignment Fee” I was unaware of any additional charges such as this… I am already in the deal for $5,000.00 and will lose the EMD if I pull out. Is his a normal practice to slip in a charge like this?
Phone Accessories Now you are probably thinking – “so how does a wholesale investor make money?” When the wholesaler assigns his or her contract over to the end buyer, they are given an assignment fee (similar to a finder’s fee), which is usually a small percentage of the property’s value.
Your buyer is assuming the contract, so they have to see it. They know what you’ve negotiated to pay. They may not want to pay you the price you thought you would get, instead negotiating it downward, cutting your profit.
This concept of wholesaling may have a negative connotation due to real estate buyers, brokers, and agents taking unfair advantage of distressed sellers. Actually, it is the middleman or broker who serves as the intermediary between the seller and the buyer who may inflate home values or hide property shortcomings or liens.
Peer to Peer Lending Start building a buyers list by attending REI meetings, auctions or searching for cash buyers.
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FINANCING REAL ESTATE We have many opportunities for real estate investors, please contact us for more information or go to our website, Phone: 4242378844 69 people found this helpful Take over the seller’s mortgage payments, even if mortgages are ‘not assumable.’ The ‘due on sale’ is only a clause and not a law. If you take control of a property via a quitclaim deed and take over the loan payments – as long as you make timely payments, the lender will not mind nor will they enforce the policy clause. In the meantime (since the investor has full control of the property) they can market and sell it, retaining with any proceeds from the sale.
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