Double Closings Explained and Why You Shouldn’t Attend Them

Double closings – not to be confused with assignments – aren’t as complex as they seem.

Simply put, a double closing in real estate investing is the simultaneous purchase and sale of a property that involves three parties:

  • The seller
  • The investor
  • The end buyer

It’s essentially two transactions commonly referred to as the “A to B & B to C” strategy and looks like this:

  • Person “A” is the distressed/motivated seller
  • Person “B” is you, the real estate investor
  • Person “C” is the final buyer.

During the “A-B” first transaction, you purchase the property from the seller. And then right afterward – in the “B-C” second transaction, you sell the property to your cash buyer. Need clarification on the wholesaling process? Read my recent blog on selling a house fast!

So what do

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