FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are common questions we get.  If you don’t see your question here, email us.

Inspections

Some properties are on lock box and allow you to visit anytime.  However, if a time is specified in the property listing, then that is the only time that house is being shown. Be on time & bring your decision makers, partners, & contractors so you can make an informed decision.  It may not be possible to schedule a second viewing.

Each individual listing will have it’s own unique set of requirements and seller’s preference. Please pay close attention to each property’s showing details. Some properties will be shown only virtually by photo and/or video. However, once serious interest and POF are established, most properties will allow for an in-person inspection.

Opportunities of this type are inspected based on provided photos, videos and/or 3D walkthroughs to protect the seller. If you are not comfortable with this type of process we ask that you do not make an offer. In some cases, we will allow the winning buyer to get contractors in for bids ONLY ONCE EMD IS DEPOSITED. There will be no financial or inspection contingencies accepted with your offer.

Making Offers

We generally give 48 hours after a property showing for you to submit your best and highest offer. Properties routinely get purchased at full-price very quickly, so don’t wait too long.  Just email or text us a verbal offer and we’ll let you know if it’s competitive or not.

We usually accept the first full-price offer that is accompanied with earnest money.  If no full-price offers come in, we’ll consider other offers if they still create a win-win for all parties.  We do not competitively bid up properties or create bidding wars.  Don’t waste your time and ours with low-ball offers. Low-ball offers will be ignored.

No, we do not accept offers with contingencies. We ask that you do due diligence and run all your numbers BEFORE you make an offer so you can stand behind it once it’s accepted.  

Bring your contractor, inspector, partner or any other decision maker to the walk-through so you can do your due diligence during that time and make an informed offer.




Yes. As you shop our deal to your buyers, simply disclose your commission fee to potential buyers & note that it is in addition to the purchase price. Make sure to note your fee when you submit your investor offer to us.  Buyers must agree to pay all closing fees including realtor commissions.

Yes. As you shop our deal to your buyers, simply disclose your commission fee to potential buyers & note that it is in addition to the purchase price. Make sure to note your fee when you submit your investor offer to us.  Buyers must agree to pay all closing fees including realtor commissions.

Yes. If you bring us a direct buyer for one of our deals, we are happy to pay you a fee. We ask that you simply add your fee into the asking price you present to potential buyers. We do not participate in daisy chains and ask that you do not “blast” our deal to your own buyers list without our consent.

No. We ask that you respect our deals, as we will respect yours. Please do not blast our deals out to your buyers, nor advertise them on your website or anywhere else online including Facebook or Craigslist.

The only fee is an assignment fee. An assignment fee is a markup that we add for doing the needed research and acquisition of the property so that you don’t have to. The assignment fee is already added into the stated wholesale price.

Closing Process

Typically, the buyer covers all closing costs, aside from any liens, judgements, withholding or backed taxes expected of the seller. We will always be transparent on who is to cover what costs so there are no unexpected surprises.

YES! We love to be a part of your investment process! We have a very simple closing process. Check out our “How it Works” page for the complete overview of the process. Simply put: Once you have signed a contract and wired earnest money to the title company, you will be contacted by them to finish the check list for the remaining title documents.

Earnest money is non-refundable to protect all parties involved. In the event that the seller defaults or title cannot be cleared, we will happily return your deposit. Otherwise, earnest money secures your spot in the deal as the buyer.

Most deals are closed in 2-4 weeks. If for any reasons, you think it will take longer than that, please disclose that information along with your initial offer. We will then consider it based on our contract with the seller.

The majority of deals are done with “Cash Buyers” or buyers using hard money/private money. That being said, if you are pre-approved for a loan that allows you to buy ‘as-is’, we will consider that with your offer.

Generally, not. We run the title search at a specific title company and, unless it’s not possible, we ask buyers to close at that title company to ensure a fast and smooth closing.