You show the buyer the house work with the seller as a time to show it. You control the buyer, dont let the seller control the buyer that gives them room to push you out! Just my opinion not a pro yet.
If I were the seller, I would want something in return for signing over my beneficial interest to the investor.
My ignorance speaking here, but I would assume that it would depend on the seller’s motivation. If they have two house payments, for example, just getting rid of the property would be the “something” in return for signing over their beneficial interest.
With sellers that are in no hurry, you may need to be more creative.
At the inception of the EHT, because it contitutes a divestiture of personal property and NOT a sale of realty, income tax that would normally be due when a transfer of title and possession takes place is delayed until the termination of the trust and the trustee sells the property.