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Typically, a longer option period will allow more time to qualify for a mortgage while you are leasing the home. Keep this in mind when you are negotiating with the homeowner.
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If so, you are probably interested in getting started with the basics. Such as more details on how the process works, common pitfalls, and what you would consider a "quality" listing.
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A typical family would use the lease to own option if they are interested in buying a home but currently lack the credit or finances to qualify for a mortgage.
If this is the case, by leasing with an option, you can enjoy knowing you have the option to buy your rental home at any time before your option period expires. Also, the purchase price is determined upon moving into the home, so you know exactly what you are getting into.
During the leasing period you will have plenty of time to determine if the house, neighborhood, and community are the ideal fit for you and your family.
If you want to learn more, the best place to start is our Resources Page. To begin locating homes nearby, click your state on the map or use the search bar above.
Recent Blog Posts
Paying WAY above market rent Buyers of rent to own homes often end up paying rental amounts that are way above fair market. This is because a seller will say something similar to this: “Well the rent is $1,300 per month. $1,000 goes toward rent and $300 goes toward purchasing the house.” This might sound… Read More
You can watch the live recorded calls here (it’s only 5 minutes and teaches some cool stuff that will help you.) Look – you can totally model this type of phone conversation. It’s a great way to find out if a home is worth more of your time, while being super comfortable making calls… Read More
When buying a home using the rent to own method, you are renting as you normally would with a traditional home. This is the same as any other house you have rented in the past. The main difference is, you also have the option to purchase the house within a certain time-frame. Basically you find… Read More
It is very important to know the difference between owner financing and rent to own. First a brief overview of rent to own, which we explained in the previous video here and then we will explain owner financing and how it works. In a rent to own purchase, which can also be called a lease… Read More