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Q: What does a wholesaler write on an agreement if they want to assign the agreement to another buyer.
Answer: According to Luc Boiron, who is an active flipper and wholesaler here is the language he likes to use:
Here is a sample deal I did recently in Hamilton so you can see the language. Please do not share broadly. Also, I remained liable to close under the agreement, their lawyer wanted that specific language. I trust the buyer I assigned to though.
The standard clause I use:
“The Buyer may assign this Agreement to any individual or corporation, in Buyer’s discretion, and upon notifying the Seller of such Assignment, the Buyer shall be relieved of all liability under this agreement.”
If through the MLS, most realtors will oppose this language. I explain that I often have money partners that close or am unsure whether will be myself personally or corp. So I put in this clause, but I remain liable under the agreement:
“The Buyer is allowed to change the Buyer’s name in this agreement “
DISCLAIMER I am a real estate investor, not a lawyer, paralegal, mortgage broker, accountant or realtor.
What I am showing and teaching is based on my personal experiences and knowledge over the years of investing in Real Estate and doing the BRRRR strategy.
Before taking action, always do your own research, as your personal situation will differ.
Including but not limited to talking to other people about your specific circumstances such as your legal and accounting teams, mortgage broker and other professionals before making any decisions or taking action.