Applying to the BBB - Posted by S.N

Posted by chris on March 29, 2000 at 18:57:24:


You are not representing the seller, you have an ownership interest in the properties which you are selling. Make it clear to the BBB what the difference between an investor and a realtor is.

-Good Luck,Chris

Applying to the BBB - Posted by S.N

Posted by S.N on March 29, 2000 at 12:52:03:

hello everyone!

I have been a real estate investor for almost 1 year (April 7th will be the first anniversary)

So, now I can apply for the Better Business Bureau. I want to do this for credibility purposes; especially in LO’s & Options.

I’ve submitted all contracts I use etc… etc…
But, the BBB wants to still know if I need to be an Real Estate agent. I know when I sign a LO, Option, Contract of Deed agreement; I have an equitable interest in a piece of property.

My question is,
Besides telling the BBB about my equitable interest, what else can I show or tell them (other than showung my contracts) to PROVE that I can do what I do w/o being a licensed Realtor.

thanx for all responses!