On market properties

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@Jacob Bledsoe

If the property is listed on the MLS, any Listing agent worth their salt is going to sniff out your "and/or assigns" language and shut it down. That being said, if it's a good deal that you're getting way below list price then yes, someone may buy it. If it is just a listed property at asking price, all the cash buyers have already seen it.

I don't understand wholesalers that market on market deals. Why would I by an on market deal from you when I can call the agent or skip trace the owner myself and negotiate a better deal? Good thing for you, OP, is that there are some people other than myself that would gladly take your deal if it works with their numbers.