4 Basic Parts of a Real Estate Wholesaling Contract📍

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Signing the contract is probably the #1 of wholesaling real estate basics; why do you think many rookies confuse a contract with a deal?

I get it… It’s the first step towards closing a deal.

Isn’t that what everyone wants?

So I want to share with you the 4 basic elements that make a contract binding.

wholesaling real estate basics: Signing the contract

But please keep in mind that your contract is in reality only as binding as the motivation level of the seller of the property,

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Anyone can pull out of your contract.

And because you are wholesaling real estate as a game of volume, it just won’t be worth your time trying to sue for breach of contract.

(1) Offer

This is the part of the contract that references your intentions with respect to the subject property.

(2) Consideration

The consideration is what you are willing to let go in order to get your desired intentions accomplished.

In this case, that will be a deposit and/or purchase price.

(3) Terms

This starts with the portion of the purchase price that is yet to transfer to the seller.

But it also includes stipulations and conditions to be fulfilled before the transaction can successfully be declared closed.

(4) Acceptance

This the section that is signed and dated by the last party on the agreement.

Once it is signed by the final party as stated in the contract, the contract is said to have been executed.

A contract does not necessarily need a notary to be considered binding.

For you as a real estate wholesaler, the purchase contract is everything because it holds the equitable interest that you will sell and/or assign.

On the flip side, your relationship, rapport with the seller and their motivation level is the “end all be all” of the deal.

Everything else can be amended, fixed or adjusted on or before closing.
So no pressure needed.

Below is a question for us to address with this lesson…

“Quick question.

I am looking for advice…

When or how does my contract become legit?

As soon as we sign or when it’s in the title company’s hand?

Also, do we sign with a notary?”

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How do I start real estate wholesaling?

The first step in wholesaling real estate is to make sure you are well educated in marketing especially in aa digital era.

You have to learn how to get and capture attention of your target market where it is most resourceful and effective.

How much money do you need to start wholesaling real estate?

Using the smart wholesaling formula, all you need is $300 but it can take a lot less if you don’t value time and have time to invest in manual marketing methods.

Is wholesaling real estate easy?

As simple as real estate wholesale is, it is not easy. But that’s why our competition in the business when it come actual doers are very low.

Is wholesaling real estate worth it?

Wholesaling real estate is only worth it if you build a marketing machine with consistent lead generation into the pipeline.

Closing one deal every other quarter perpetually is not worth it.

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