Pro's and Con's of Taking The Deed When Buying Houses Subject-to
On 6 Feb 2021, we'll discuss the Pro's and Con's of Taking The Deed When Buying Houses Subject-to The Underlying Mortgage remaining in place, and all the things you should consider BEFORE you purchase. On 20 March 2021, in this ALL-DAY Workshop on How To Buy Houses Subject-to With Little-To-No-Money we're going to get into the details of how to do a Subject-to deal from the beginning to the end, Step-By-Step. You don't want to miss this if you are interested in Buying Houses with Little-to-No-Money and riding the "Wave" of foreclosures many real estate professionals feel will surface in 2021-2022.
What We'll Cover in This All-Day Workshop -
Marketing strategies to find sellers
Prescreening Sellers During the Pandemic
Forbearance - What is it and what to look out for
Deal structuring strategies
The steps in doing a successful Sub-to deal - from start to finish
Case studies (real examples) (bring your deals to class if you have them)
What are your best exit-strategies and things to consider
How to set up Insurance correctly and what happens if you have a claim
How to communicate with the mortgage company after you purchase
All the Documents/Forms Required for closing Subject-to deals
What documents are needed from the seller for your due diligence
Communications with the sellers after closing
Closing Day - How to ensure it closes
Testimonials & Reviews - Building your credibility one deal at a time
Bring your potential "Sub-To" leads to this workshop if you'd like to analyze them during the workshop.
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