Multiple Siblings, Quit Claim Deeds, Survivorship Rights | Probate Mastermind #326

Recorded Live on May 06, 2021

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Call Re-cap:

00:00 General Updates

Jim and Bruce share general updates.

9:19 | 35:52 Assuming a Mortgage for A Surviving Spouse

DeVaunte is working with a widow who is motivated to get rid of the property. She is having trouble making payments and is willing to sell.  DeVaunte is also considering assuming the mortgage payments, as long as a proper contract is in place. 

See More: Creative Financing Options: Shift Happens Episode 4

20:01 Finding Absentee Owners and Turning Them Into Listings

Joe offers his suggestion for prospecting absentee owners – How to find them and how to turn them into a great source for listings.  This is an especially great source right now as many landlords aren’t aware of how much their property has appreciated, and that extra net might be a big motivator in a decision to sell. Joe recommends ArchAgent for this purpose.

26:29 How to Approach a Real Estate Agent as a Wholesaler

Tony is a wholesaler that recently started cold calling probate leads.  He got a call back from a real estate agent that was representing them, and the agent has declined other offers. The real estate agent is willing to meet with him.  Bruce advises.

31:26 Multiple Siblings, Quit Claim Deeds, Multiple Generations.

Steve Tucker is navigating a multi-layer probate situation. The big question is, who is going to get the title?

40:12 Brokerage Logos and Compliance for Mail Marketing.

Larry offers compliments to Bruce for his role play teaching in Probate Foundations. He is about to send out his first mailer but is curious if he should market with brokerage branding or just as an investor.

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