• Greetings all,
    I have a seller who is willing to sell six adjacent, buildable lots for an all in one, good price. If we agree, would it be prudent to purchase all six on one purchase agreement, or would it be better to use six separate sales agreements? I intend to flip these to a builder, but it is possible that the builder could only want some…[Read more]

  • Yesterday, on the live Facebook session with Steve and Jill, an idea was floated that seemed really good to me. Jill suggested downloading lists of zip codes that are zoned for mobile homes. Has anyone done this? I imagine that it would be different for every town, city or county. I’m trying to avoid dealing with municipalities, if possible. Thanks.

  • I recently posted an inquiry
    seeking transactional funding. I have since found an excellent source at a great price. He is an investor of 40 years experience and very easy to work with. If anyone wants his contact info, please email me at landsource18@gmail.com

  • Can anyone recommend a good resource for transactional funding? I have a simultaneous close coming up and every title company I have spoken to tells me that they no longer do the double close with sellers funds. In Tennessee, there is something called the Good Funds law. I’ve read it and it does state that verified funds from the buyer (me) are…[Read more]

  • I’m creating a different website and am considering having two sites. One for buying and one for selling. My thought is that search topics and results will be different for buyers and sellers. Any comments on this? Thanks.

  • Chuck Stagliano posted a new activity comment 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for all of the input regarding Tennessee wholesaling. I have run into this issue in Ohio, where there is an energetic effort by the Board of Realtors and state authorities to crack down on wholesalers. An acquaintance of mine faceda big fine. So, when this realtor started making sounds like he was goung to report me, I decided to cancel the…[Read more]

  • @kylebryant04 Thanks for the comments. I basically agree with the comments. I decided to cancel the deal because the agent had convinced the seller that the contract was illegal, and she was making sounds like she wanted out of the deal. I thought about suggesting an option, but my gut told me that there was trouble ahead.

    • Thanks for all of the input regarding Tennessee wholesaling. I have run into this issue in Ohio, where there is an energetic effort by the Board of Realtors and state authorities to crack down on wholesalers. An acquaintance of mine faceda big fine. So, when this realtor started making sounds like he was goung to report me, I decided to cancel the…[Read more]

  • Greetings all. I ran into an issue with a property I have under contract in Tennessee. After the seller and I ratified the deal with a signed contract, she contacted her broker. He stated to me that my contract is illegal in Tennessee, subject to a $1000 fine. He stated that he had consulted an attorney and that she confirms that there has been…[Read more]

  • Does anyone know of a way to download a spreadsheet of FSBO’s on Zillow, similar to that ability on Redfin? I’ve been trying just about every possible link on the site and can’t find a way to do that. Thanks.

  • Greetings All. I join the ranks of those having problems on Craig’s List. I am positing in four different cities around where I have a property for sale. I use a maximum of two posts per CL account. Two accounts, two different email addresses. Four posts. The ad is exactly the same. Same headline, Same copy. Same pictures. But it gets removed in a…[Read more]

  • I used Jack’s suggestion of posting Land Wanted on Craig’s List. Got a call from a farmer who owns 715 Acres in AR, near Little Rock. He’s old, tired and wants to sell 600 acres. Keep the family homes. No one to leave it to. Some farm, some hunting, some vacant residential. He’s willing to deal. This is something that I cannot do alone, but it…[Read more]

  • Greetings All,
    A recent mailing brought a response from the owner of an eight acre lot in a hot market near a major city in Ohio. The lot is eight acres, but the access is only 40’on the road, which leads to a long, narrow, 40′ wide arm that eventually opens to the main part of the lot. There is a creek running north and south in the western…[Read more]

  • Using Jack’s suggestion in the free E book, I posted on Craig’s List looking for sellers. I received a reply from an owner of six acres of land in a lakeside community in Texas. He needs to sell to make payroll for his employees, and the fuse may be too short, since there is an unknown factor of how much a creek which is on the property actually…[Read more]

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