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Pros and Cons of Buying A House From A Wholesaler In Dallas Fort Worth

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Buying a house from a wholesaler is a great method to locate deals at deeply discounted prices! This post discusses the pros and cons of dealing with a wholesaler.

Only investors hire experienced wholesalers to identify the perfect properties when buying houses in Dallas and Fort Worth. Wholesalers, on the other hand, can assist any investor in finding a home at a significant discount. Working with a local property wholesaler should never be underestimated, whether you are a Real Estate Investor or simply a shrewd buyer seeking a great deal on a home.

Pros of Buying Houses From A Wholesaler In Dallas Fort Worth/North Texas

Great Prices
When you engage with a wholesaler to buy a house in Dallas, Fort Worth, you'll be able to find and purchase a home for a fraction of the retail price. Before they are available to the general public, a wholesaler knows how to locate the best off-market assets.

Simple Transactions
Working with a wholesaler streamlines the process. They'll be familiar with the process, ensuring that you and the documentation are ready for the closing. When you buy a house from a wholesaler,
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The Basics Of An Investor Wholesaling Agreement in Dallas Fort Worth

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A wholesale agreement for properties in Dallas-Fort Worth will be important to you as an investor, so make sure you grasp and understand everything about it. Learn more about the process and what to expect in our most recent post!

When two Real Estate Investors/ wholesalers come together to find a distressed property at a low price, a real estate wholesaler agreement or a wholesale real estate contract will be required. The wholesaler enters into a contract with the seller to purchase the property, and then transfers or assigns ownership of the contract to the buyer. In essence, the wholesaler acts as a go-between between the seller and the new buyer, bringing together two people who might not otherwise have come into contact.

Contract Basics

There are many types of investor contracts available in today's investing world.  Some people use a real estate attorney to draft and evaluate for you to ensure that all terms and clauses are legally sound and make sense for all parties involved in the transaction. Many investors use their State created contracts.  In Texas, we use the TREC 1 to 4 family contract. Read More...


What's Stopping You From Getting Started?

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What’s stopping you from getting started may be the question you’ve asked yourself for quite a while now. Because this is a simple topic to address, I'm going to keep this post brief today. It cannot be easy to put into practice at times, but the remedy is straightforward.

Here's the million-dollar question: 

"What can I do to overcome my apprehension and procrastination and get started"?

--Get rid of your excuses and your mile-long to-do list.

This week, I've heard more excuses from people who can't seem to get started in real estate investing than I have in a long time. They must wait until the stars are "perfectly aligned" before they can begin. You know, reasons like these:

  • I don't know where to start
  • I haven't chosen a logo yet.
  • I have to make a decision on whether or not to form a limited liability company (LLC).
  • I need to decide whether to use a yellow or green postcard.
  • I don't have a suitable image to utilize in my marketing materials.
  • I'm undecided on whether to use white or colored envelopes for my mailings.
  • I'm not sure where my buy-and-hold
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Benefits of Joining Your Local REIA

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Benefits of Joining Your Local REIA

REIA is an abbreviation for Real Estate Investing Association / Group.  REIA groups or clubs as some are called, are an invaluable tool to meet people from all walks of life who have an interest in real estate investing and to learn all about the REI business.  Members of REIA groups are like-minded groups of men and women “where deals and funding meet.”  Companies have been formed, and deals have been made directly from the relationships developed and information shared at REIA group events.  I refer to them as your Real Estate Investor “watering hole.”  Members attend the “Watering Hole” to learn and find deals and funding. 

Learn more about the benefits of joining your local REIA group through the Infographic below:



Education - Here's a small list of topics you may see at your local REIA:

+ Getting Started

+ Foreclosures


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