Wholesalers: Need a simple real estate assignment contract you can really use?
Awesome, got you covered. For zero dollars even.
FYI not just a generic, stock form template. This one’s got street cred—it’s the same one I’ve used (rinse & repeat) for 19+ years in my real estate wholesaling endeavors, and still use today.
Truth be told, this one of the most important, fundamental tools in your arsenal of real estate investing forms. And if you feel in any way shaky about how to use it, don’t worry, got you covered. Keep reading, you’re doing awesome…
Got something sweet for you today: If you’re looking for a simple real estate contract that’s (1) real estate investor friendly, (2) super simple, and (3) costs $0, then you’re in for a double dose of awesome.
That’s right—let’s ring the opening bell for another Awesome REI Swipe & Deploy!
Over the years we’ve enjoyed sharing assets from our own internal arsenal of contracts, checklists and marketing templates—things we’ve been using in our own real estate investing operations for years, which you can just swipe from us, and then deploy them in your own residential real estate game as you see fit.
We’ve handed you goodies like our simple option agreement, a proven letter of intent template, 47 MLS Keywords for REI, a motivated seller phone script & voicemail script, and some marketing goodies like our favorite motivated seller postcard and even our burned house letter.
Today’s tasty treat?
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Need a motivated seller voicemail script?
Time to give stuff away again! And golly, you guys just can’t get enough, can you? 🙂
So far we’ve let you steal:
And now here we are, piles of raving comments later, and you still want more!
I totally get it… I’ve been there, and always appreciate finding an “easy button” or shortcut myself. If it’ll save me (i) time, (ii) pain or (iii) the trial-and-error of making or finding it myself, then I’m in.
Which brings me to—an interesting (and kinda hilarious) question from Tim D. I saw recently in response to one of my “Swipe & Deploy” shares. Choose whichever flavor you like… Keep reading, you’re doing awesome…
Heeeeeeeey guys, it’s time for another exciting episode of “Swipe and Deploy our stuff!” Lol.
So based on the kudos aplenty, I clearly struck a chord in recently sharing one of my favorite, top performing postcards for motivated sellers. That’s awesome, I love it.
Today I want to go a step further and let you take a gander at our exact script for calling back motivated sellers from our postcard campaigns.
No matter what flavor investor you are or what type of deal happens to be your proverbial cup of tea, that first call with the seller is absolutely mission critical—a crucial hinge point really for your whole deal.
It also happens to be one of the most nerve-racking and precarious nuts to crack for many people. I’ve seen it literally hundreds of times now, these seller calls can be murder for some people—and I get it.
Seriously. Been there, done that… Yes, nearly a third of my life ago now, but I still remember all too well skittishly calling sellers back, feeling uncertain of what to say, which questions to ask or how to ask them, or even how to just not make it weird. Keep reading, you’re doing awesome…
Man, you guys sure love to swipe our stuff!
I mean, based on the gratitude galore we got from sharing one of our favorite motivated seller postcards recently, it seems pretty clear that the old “Swipe and Deploy” is something we should keep rolling with.
So let’s do another one…
Today’s handy-dandy resource is one of the core essentials every investor should have in your tool-belt–the Option to Purchase Agreement, or “option contract” as it’s often called.
But I gots to tell ya — just having this form in your bag of tricks isn’t enough… You’ve got to understand it’s purpose and how to effectively wield it. Which is exactly why I made you this little video about it. Keep reading, you’re doing awesome…
Hey guys, I’ve got something pretty sweet I want to share with you today: It’s one of our favorite real estate investor postcards, and you can officially swipe-and-deploy in your own real estate investing operations any time you want.
So here’s the deal…
As any capable, card-carrying real estate investor who’s actively doing deals will tell you, the only fuel that keeps your real estate money machine cranking is quality leads coming in like clockwork.
For wholesalers like me, that means a steady stream of motivated sellers with properties they sorely need to sell, plus ravenous cash buyers, hungry to devour the deals we serve up on a silver platter. For fix-and-flippers, it’s distressed property leads and retail buyers. And landlords of course need solid investment properties and quality tenants.
The list goes on… but regardless of your real estate flavor of choice, it’s pretty clear-cut: leads are the lifeblood of your business, and one way or another it all seems to start with the distressed seller. Keep reading, you’re doing awesome…