Submission – Those interested in having their potential project reviewed by an ARP Partner shall submit an online submission below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon submission, it is important to provide as much detail as you are aware of and all relevant documents you may have access to, including, but not limited to, title company commitments, wills, death and birth certificates, vital statistics records, court filings, old handwritten letters, pictures, maps, etc. No detail is too small. The potential client will be contacted within 24 hours for a discovery call. Remitters will never be asked for any money or payment from ARP since the projects are taken on at the sole risk of the company
Project Review – A virtual or an in-person meeting is scheduled with the potential client and the APR Partner to review the findings and summarize the findings. At this time ARP will either make an offer to purchase the interest in the property or project. If ARP is not the best option, additional referral resources will be provided to the remitter along with data ARP found during its review.
Contract / Closing – Purchase and sale agreements are signed by the new client and ARP at the time the company agrees to take the project. Closing of the transaction and payment to the client typically happens within two to five days from this point.
Timeline – The only commonality among these types of properties is they all have major problems. Every project is quite different and the time from the initial submission to ARP and to the closing of the accepted sale can happen in as little as a few days or as long as a few months. Remember, ARP advances all expenses and risks its own time and resources on the chance of it being a viable project. Our compensation comes in the way of equity in the property. Often, our expenses amount to thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars, and we never ask clients to risk any of their own money.