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I am considering three optional strategies to close my SLOs, and need some guidance choosing one and about whether I am even on the right track or not. The choices that I am considering are: 1) Double closing, with one standard purchase and sale agreement between me and my TB and another between me and my seller, and having the title company pay me the difference. I dont like this because it is going to cost extra taxes and I don't like having to go back to the seller for his cooperation. I would prefer to put his closing docs into escrow way back when we first signed our LO agreement. That way I dont need to see him again. 2) Write up a new, standard purchase and sale agreement between my TB and my seller and include a real estate commission equal to my profit in the deal so that the title company pays me at closing. Cleaner and cheaper, however, it requires going back to the seller for his cooperation. 3) Write up a standard purchase and sale agreement with my TB and assign it to my seller after he accepts an assignment fee agreement equal to my profit so that the title company can pay me at closing. Clean if lender will allow the "and assigns" ?. Also requires going back to the seller for his cooperation, which I don't like. I want to choose the one that will work best when my TB uses an FHA purchase loan. I would appreciate knowing how everyone prefers to do this, especially if licensed. Thank you for your support. MJS