At least I now have 3 that will accept and/or assignees contract in my area. This works for me so maybe it would work for you too. Now this if for FSBO's...and it helps to be a great talker to do this.
(This is a way to get talking to the escrow agent and making a friend...always make a friend first before asking them to accept your assignment contract)
What you do first is call a title company. Get in a conversation with the escrow agent first and let her know you want to find out how much exactly it costs to close a property for XXXXXX.
Tell them you need a break down on what each thing costs so you can present the exact figures to your investors.
Then you may ask them how long they have been in the title business...how they like it....etc..just some friendly chat at first.
Tell them you are looking for a local title company who you can send all your busines to. Tell them you are wanting to start closing about 3 to 4 deals per month and need a good title company to work with(They will ask you about it at this point)
Then tell them that you are a wholesaler and work with a lot of buyers/investors who have you out finding properties for them since they are too busy to find properties themselfs.
Tell them you find the property and lock it up with a option to purchase contract for 30 to 60 days and bring in your investors to look at the property and one of them will come in with cash to buy the property.
Tell them you tack on some profit for yourself for all your work and put it on your assignment fee contract.
Tell them you are looking for a local title company to collect your assignment fee for you and close the deals.
(Now here is the BIG important statement you must make to them)
Tell them you have an assignment contract that all 3 parties involved will sign. Meaning the seller of the house is aware of how much you are making for your assignment fee, you will sign it and your end buyer will sign your assignment document stating that he/she also knows you are making XXXX amount of money for your assignment fee.
When it comes to title companys all they want is diclosure. They want to make sure everything is up front and no one is left in the dark about any transaction. It is for protection for all involved in the transaction.
I have the assignment fee document that has a place for all 3 to sign. I will try to attach it and hope it works. (Look below)
"THE ARCHITECT OF YOUR DESTINY IS YOURSELF"
"SUCCESS WALKS HAND IN HAND WITH FAILURE"