So I wanted to give you a quick update on the online notary saga…

First, the deal hasn’t closed because the buyer’s lender still doesn’t have the loan docs done!

TIP: This is why in every contract, when we sell to a retail buyer, if they don’t use OUR lender, we put in a clause that states that the buyer pays a $100 per day penalty every day they go over the agreed upon closing date.

Usually the client gets angry with their lender, and the lender ends up paying the client the money…too funny.

Anyway, I have a good friend who works at Lawyers Title in San Diego, and he and I have been chatting about my problem,
and how to resolve it.

Now you might be thinking to yourself, “If Justin has a buddy at Lawyers, why the heck was he using Ticor Title?”

The answer is simple:

Lawyer’s has a policy of refusing to accept notaries that aren’t done in the US (or at the US Embassy if you’re traveling outside of the US)…and if you’ve been reading this ongoing story on my blog, you’ll know that before I even tried the online notary, we had the document notarized in Panama, only to have it rejected!

(You can catch up on all of my blog posts here:

However my buddy at Lawyer’s in San Diego came up with a great solution to my problem…

I’ll share that with you shortly, but it DOES still involve an online notary.


Then stay tuned for the next blog post (I’ll write it after I actually implement the new plan, and I’ll try and screen capture it for you and record the video as well) where I’ll explain it to you…

In the meantime, I’ve had a lot of people email me and tell me that what I’m doing is just too complicated for them.

(SIDE NOTE to those people, and everyone else who emails me: to guaranteed a reply to your question, leave it as a comment on my blog, rather then a email back to me).

They are newbies, just getting started, and they want to find an easy way to do a deal.

But they also LOVE the idea of living abroad and closing real estate deals.

They want a way to do it without having to deal with raising private money, and getting documents notarized.

Well I can tell you that the easiest way to do that is through wholesaling, and if you want to do it from afar, then “Virtual Wholesaling” is your best bet.  “Virtual Wholesaling” is perfect if you want to:

  • Invest in a different market then you live in (because maybe you live in New York City, or Canada, or a market that just isn’t easy to do deals in)
  • Live somewhere like Bocas Del Toro, Panama, and hang out at the beach for the summer!

I want you to check out a video from my buddy Cris, who is the “Virtual Wholesaling” expert.

I know Cris is the real deal, because I’ve known him for over nearly 5 years, and also because one of his students even sends me deals in San Diego.

Check out this video now from Cris, it’s could be exactly what you’re looking for!

Have a great weekend,


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