Posted by Steve-Atl on December 21, 1999 at 10:00:07:
Yes. I use a “standard” contract that has a fill in the blank for an existing mortgage taken subject-to. It also has other buyer friendly statements such as seller to pay all closing costs. The realtor’s contract doesn’t have these goodies.
The contract is only one step in a proper subject to sale. Be sure you understand trusts and how they work.
As far as getting a deed without such a contract, I don’t know. You probably need to talk with an investor friendly real estate attorney in your area.