Investor/Buyer B signs agreement to buy property from Seller A for $100,000.
Buyer C signs an agreement to purchase the property from Investor B for $120,000, closing on the same day Investor B is buying from Seller A.
The closing agent confirms that they have received Buyer C’s funds for C’s purchase from Investor B. Closing agent gives the transactional funding approval.
Investor B uses funds to buy property from Seller A. On the same day, investor B sells the property to Buyer C.
Investor B pays back transactional funding from tha sale and keeps the remaining money as profit.
This type of funding is well known in real estate and investment circles. Transactional funding allows investors to make real estate deals quickly by relying on money provided by a funding partner. The investor (B) uses the money when they close with the seller (A) and then later in that same day sell to the end-buyer (C). Our process is fast and efficient. Use our experience for you to close more deals and make more profit.