Posted by Houserookie on February 25, 2003 at 10:58:59:
First of all I don’t do subject to purchases. However, having reviewed both Bronchick’s and John Cash’s material, I can say that both can get the job done.
Ca$h has done over 500 transactions. Bronchick is an attorney so he is more familiar with the law.
Cash’s course is less expensive and easier to understand. One man is an atty the other is a marketer/promoter. You decide.
Needed docs for a “Subject to” deal - Posted by Walt
Posted by Walt on February 24, 2003 at 17:56:25:
Can anyone give me direction where I can find helpful documents or paperwork for a “subject to” deal?
Re: Needed docs for a “Subject to” deal - Posted by Houserookie
Posted by Houserookie on February 24, 2003 at 22:54:41:
You are asking for too much. I don’t know one site or person that will give you docs for free. Check out legalwiz.com for free forms.
If it’s not there try cashnowusa.com. John Cash, the author, comes here quite often and has sold over 500 homes using subject-to.
He must be doing something right.
Re: Needed docs for a “Subject to” deal - Posted by Tom
Posted by Tom on February 24, 2003 at 18:46:19:
John Cash or Bill Bronchick - Posted by Anon
Posted by Anon on February 25, 2003 at 24:26:53:
Who would you recommend?
Re: Needed docs for a “Subject to” deal - Posted by Walt
Posted by Walt on February 26, 2003 at 16:37:01:
Once you get to that website, which link do you goto? I can’t find