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The real estate investing business attracts entrepreneurs far and wide because of its proven paths to generate wealth. Wholesaling real estate is an appealing strategy that many decide to take on because of its speed and simplicity in earning quick profits.
As a real estate wholesaler, the primary money-making tools in your business will be wholesale real estate contracts.
These contracts, as well as wholesaling in general, may seem intimidating at first but don’t you worry! We will give you all the insight you need to be successful in this business.
Whether you're a real estate investor buying deals from a wholesaler or a wholesaler selling contracts, it'll be beneficial to get familiar with what these wholesale real estate contracts are and what they do.
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An assignment of contract is when one party (the “assignor”) has a contract to which they have certain obligations, and transfers those contractual obligations to another party (known as the “assignee”).
In real estate, assigning contracts is an effective strategy to achieve an extremely high return on investment (ROI) for as little capital and risk as possible.
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1. What Is An Assignment In Real Estate?
2. Is It Legal?
3. Why Use A Real Estate Assignment Contract?
4. What Is An Assignment Fee?
5. Who Buys Real Estate Contracts?
6. How To Assign A Contract?
7. How Do Wholesalers Get Paid?
8. The Real Estate Assignment Clause
9. What Is A Real Estate Assignment Contract?
10. Assignment of Contract Form
11. Assignment of Contract vs. Double Closing
12. Common Misconceptions
13. Final Thoughts
An assignment of contract in real estate is when...