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Chad Baird
Re/Max Spirit - Dayton, OH

I deal with several wholesellers who do this.  I would question why your's does not already have a hard money lender available, they must be just starting out. 

Wholesellers typically want to do double closings.  They need to deposit funds with the escrow company for the purchase and reclose on the same day.  So they buy a property for 100K and have it sold for 120K prior to ever owning it.  So they pay 120K, the new seller pays 120K they wholeseller walks away with 20K on a property they have never "officially" owned. 

There are infomercials out there that teach this.  Your wholeseller will likely fail miserbly.  A true wholeseller will already have their funds in place and not use hard money lenders. 

It is legal.  You just have to be careful in that it can appear that you may be skating into the thin ice of ethics though as a Realtor®.  Worth your time??  I do not see it coming together as hard money lenders are very stringent on investment deals unless the buyer can prove his ability to repay in a few days, even then its a unsecured loan as the wholeseller is technically only selling an option to purchase contract and not a property because they do not own the property they are trying to sell. 

Jan 29, 2009 02:28 AM #1
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