Control Without Ownership using Lease Options

I want to introduce you to an incredible real estate investing system that removes more than 95% of the risk that most investors face when they buy and own a property. It’s my Sandwich Lease Option System that you can gain access to it at https://wendypatton.com/leaseoptions/lease-option-swipe-file/.

In fact, by using my system you will put money in your pocket from the beginning without risk by controlling the property without owning the property. It’s as simple as leasing a property with the option to buy. That gives you full control of the property without the financial risk of being obligated to buy. Yes, it does take a small up front financial obligation of typically $1,000. But you recover that 9Xs when you sell the lease option to someone wanting to be a homeowner. How much can you sell the lease option for? Typically about $10,000. THAT MEANS YOU POCKET a $9,000 PROFIT WITHOUT THE RISK OF OWNERSHIP.

Keys to Sandwich Lease Option System

A major key to the Sandwich Lease Option System is targeting people that can afford the monthly payment but have credit scores that don’t qualify them for a traditional loan right now. These people have the down payment, which is what you collect as the lease option (your $9,000 profit on the front end of the deal).

Properties that make the ideal investment are those where the monthly payment is close to the average rents in the neighborhood. That way, you’re offering homeownership to people that would otherwise be renters. For the same monthly cost, you offer people that share apartment walls and a parking lots with hundreds of other people the opportunity to own a white picket fence, a private yard, three bedrooms, and a private garage.

That’s absolutely a win-win-win solution for you, the seller, and the buyer. You buy for close to the full asking price (which the seller loves). You sell the lease option for a little more than the full retail price (which leaves a future profit in your pocket). And the end buyer becomes a homeowner of a private house instead of an apartment renter.

Easier Than Being a Landlord

Another positive critical element of the Sandwich Lease Option System is that you aren’t even a landlord. Done right, lease options are written different from a traditional rental agreement. Since the renter intends to become the homeowner, you want to treat him or her that way from the beginning. You don’t want to have to deal with or pay for a broken hot water tank at 7 a.m. on New Year’s Day. Avoiding being a landlord is as simple making the soon-to-be homeowner responsible for maintenance and repairs of the home from the beginning.

What could be a more compelling real estate investment strategy than the Sandwich Lease Option System? You make a huge profit up front and another profit when the end buyer closes the deal in a year or so. In-between, you have positive cash flow by charging a rent that is higher than your lease obligation to the seller. If for so some reason the deal falls apart in the end, you never did own it and it goes back to the seller. You didn’t even have the responsibility as a landlord while enjoying the high profits that come from real estate investing.

The final thought I want to leave you with is to emphasize to new investors, those of you just getting started, that you DO NOT have to own property in order to profit from it. Lease Options allow you to profit, control, buy, and sell property – all without owning it!

By Wendy Patton

For more than 30 years, I’ve used the Sandwich Lease Option System to earn myself and my students millions of dollars. From my experience, I know there is plenty of room and opportunity in the real estate investment market for everyone wanting to participate to find profitable deals. It’s because of that fact and my personal success that I share the Sandwich Lease Option System with others.

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