selling a house under contract

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It the contract form is not executed by both seller and buyer, you won't have a binding contract. Yes, seller and buyer must sign the contract form as well as any addenda or exhibits incorporated into the contract. 

Yes, absolutely. It is not much of a contract if both parties don't agree and sign. That's how it is here in California but I am fairly confident that this applies nationwide.  Definitely check out the BP podcasts. There is boat loads of information that break down step by step how to start and complete a wholesale.

http://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog/category/p...

I would also check out buy sell fix flip

http://buysellfixflip.com/podcasts/

And if you need some motivation try out

http://www.flip2freedom.com/category/podcast/

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