newbie needs help with L/O contract - Posted by Odeney

Posted by soapymac on May 18, 2000 at 08:56:40:

Odeney,

Make a friend with a RE agent in an office that does rentals. Chances are that they also do leases, and you can get some ideas if you ask for a copy of the contract they use.

Also, who do you know in your area that does L/O’s? Ask for their help in exchange for a split on the deal. It will be an expensive “seminar,” but you will learn…and earn enough to buy a course so you won’t have to go through that “seminar” again.

Cordially,

Roy MacLean
"soapymac"

newbie needs help with L/O contract - Posted by Odeney

Posted by Odeney on May 18, 2000 at 05:03:31:

hi,

I am a newbie and i am putting a deal together. However i do not have a contract and would appreciate it if someone could send me a copy via email or mail I am willing to pay. If not could you point me in the right direction. I can’t afford a course right at this moment, any help would be appreciated.

Thanks a million.

Re: newbie needs help with L/O contract - Posted by Russ Sims

Posted by Russ Sims on May 18, 2000 at 13:15:03:

Bill Bronchick has excellent lease/option forms available on his web site. There is a form for you as the t/b, and a form for when you find your t/b to assign/sublease to. I use these forms exclusively.Go to legalwiz.com
Russ