-The Must-Have Guide To Getting Offers Accepted: The guide prepares you for the offer making process in such a way you will be submitting offers like a pro without having to worry about making mistakes or skipping steps. Included in this must-have guide is how to handle investor and seller calls, how to handle multiple offer situations and how to "set the stage" so getting to "Yes" becomes simple.
-Single Offer Letter of Intent Template: The Single offer template is used when you only want to give the seller one option or when you have already negotiated the deal verbally and have arrived at a mutual agreement.
-Triple Offer Letter of Intent Template: The Triple Offer template is used when a seller needs more than one offer suggested to them which is massively beneficial in situations where the seller is "over-priced" but allows you to still make offers without risk of offending the seller.
-Subject To Addendum: The subject to addendum provides the necessary documentation to allow a closing to happen subject to the existing mortgage. This means the current mortgage stays in place but the deed/title will transfer to the new owner. This template is instrumental in putting together No Money Down Deals.
-Release of Information Template: When taking a property subject to the mortgage or dealing with foreclosures or other issues where the buyer may need to help a seller through a tough time in dealing with a lender or party that may have a lien against the property, this form provides you written permission of the seller to help them work through these situations. Banks, courts, code enforcement, and other such entities will require written authorization from the seller in order for you to help them through tough situations.
-Legal Notice Disclaimer: This often overlooked little gem helps keep investors out of hot water by providing sellers and other parties proper notices as required by law.