So, you’re looking for a place to rent in ? As you’ve already seen… there are a lot of options in the area for housing. All the way from apartments in to rental houses in … condos… mobile homes, and more. But if you’re struggling to decide if you want to rent an apartment or […]
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This question comes up again and again… and honestly, the answer this question has changed in recent years based on new laws enacted that affect what a home owner can do when they’re selling their house under a rent to own agreement. One of the big benefits of owning a house is that you (hopefully) […]
A really common question and concern from people looking at renting to own a house is “are you required to buy the house in a rent to own home contract ?” at the end of the rental term. As an example… … lets say you found a great rent to own home and agreed on […]
If you’ve spent time driving around or browsing Craigslist or other sites, you may have seen advertisements that read, “Own a home for $500/month. No credit check!” While it seems too good to be true, local rent-to-own homes are a viable option that many residents are taking advantage of. But… Are Rent-to-Own Homes a Scam? In any business […]
One of the first questions we get from potential tenant buyers of our local rent to own homes / lease option homes is “how do rent to own homes work in ?” With a flooded real estate market, especially since the bubble burst of the mid-2000’s, rent-to-own homes have become a popular option for people who […]
So, you’re looking at moving and you’re not sure if renting or owning a local home is right for you? You’re not sure if one is a better financial decision than the other? You’re not sure if you’ll be able to find the type of house or apartment you’d like to live in? You’re not […]
"Nearly 4 million Americans are more than 60 days behind on their mortgage, and countless others are only a paycheck away from missing a mortgage payment. You're not alone. " That's why we're here, to help home owners like you when you need it most.
"Quite often investors are willing to pay cash for a home and with the recent tightening of financial restrictions, coupled with the growing number of complaints about low appraisals, having a cash buyer has become even more appealing."