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Offline bkwhitman

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Need help with profitable deal
« on: January 17, 2008, 02:02:29 pm »
 :helpI need help with a deal that I would like to pursue. I have come across a house that someone is wanting to assign his contract over to me to purchase. The property is in California and I live in Indiana. It does need some rehab work and I haven't done an out of state rehab yet. However, the property has lots of equity built into it. So much so that I was wondering about passing it on to another investor to do the rehab work.

My problem is: What's the best way to go about profiting on this deal, or can I?

1) Is it possible to double assign a purchase contract to another investor? Have it assigned to me and then I myself will further assign it on to the rehab investor.

2) Should I consider doing a double or simultaneous closing? Close with the rehab investor first and then those proceeds would pay to close with the original seller.
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3) Buy the property outright and then immediately look to sell the property to the rehab investor? Wouldn't I potentially run into title seasoning issues by doing it this way? Could I make this option work with a land trust?

Any and all comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Brian (Fort Wayne,IN)

Offline PrivateMoneyOptions

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Re: Need help with profitable deal
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2008, 04:10:07 am »
Hi Brian,

Where in California is the property?  What are the numbers?

The good part is you have some options to consider.

1.  You can partner with a California investor to drive the rehab and sale of the property.  Depending on how you negotiate participation (money, time, effort, etc), this could be a good option. 

2.  I don't see why you couldn't "double assign" the deal if everything is properly disclosed.  I have not been involved in such an arrangement myself, so I would definitely discuss this with a real estate attorney first.

3.  You can buy the property outright and wholesale it to another investor.  Depending on how the buyer finances the purchase, title seasoning should not be a problem.  Again, I would do further research to confirm this.

FYI, You may have trouble finding an escrow officer willing to do a double closing for you unless you have a prior relationship with someone who has done it for you in the past. 

Please email me offline if you would like to discuss further.  I am a California investor myself and would like to explore this further with you.


 




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