The lease option fee is the cost of the option to purchase the home. The option lasts for the length of the rental term, typically. In other words, if the rental term is three years, the option gives you the right, but not the obligation, to purchase the home anytime during those three years. When you negotiate the option fee, keep three key factors in mind:
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A lease-option contract is less rigid. In this arrangement, you can choose whether or not to purchase the home by the contract's end, and the landlord must honor it. This agreement gives you a choice to opt out of the purchase within the agreed-upon time frame, offering a bit more wiggle room if you're uncertain you want to own the place. But even in this case, you might forfeit your deposit and equity, so it's important to be sure that rent-to-own is the direction you really want to take.
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These programs are a great way to buy a condo or townhouse if you have bad credit. In fact, lease purchase and rent to buy programs usually offer cheap homes with no credit check. Just make sure you look at your lease to purchase agreement to understand whether you have the option or obligation to buy the home you’re looking at. Lease-purchase agreements require the buyer to purchase by the end of the lease term, while lease-option agreements give the buyer the option to buy.
The justrenttoown.com site also lets you search by zip code for eligible homes. As soon as you've input your zip code and searched, you'll get a list of homes. You can click for details, but you have to register to see an in-depth offering of each listing. When you register, you will get access to seller contact information as well. There is a rent-to-own guide for potential applicants as well.
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For maximum personal protection it is best for renters to keep the lease & purchase options as 2 separate contracts if possible. This protects the tenant from being liable to pay for unknown & expensive property maintenance while also making it clear what the costs are for each aspect of the agreements. A leaky roof seen during the first rain is easy enough to spot, but it might not be easy to know there is a problem with a septic tank until you lived in the house for a while.
The costs of RTO, straight renting, or purchasing a home depends largely on several factors. You should carefully consider all of them before you make your final decision, as you could end up accidentally locking yourself into a contract that costs you thousands more than other options. If you're not sure if renting, RTO, or purchasing a property is right for you, use this tool to check the costs.
And don’t look to attorneys for counsel on the subject of lease option. I have been through dozens of attorneys and I have come to the conclusion that they just don’t get it. They have been trained to represent a client on one side, or the other, of an issue. They cannot play the middle man; they seemingly cannot represent a seller and a tenant buyer in a dual capacity. Further, they see liability around every corner. Sure there are risks associated with lease options, but the benefits can far outweigh the risks. . I’ve spent thousands (as a KW agent) on education, contract review and continue to train on this niche business model (aka rent-to-own). It is a model that in not for everyone but when it is, it can be a real win/win for all involved. I have found LegalShield to be a great resource for legal counsel on a variety of issues from the trivial to the traumatic (including Lease Options).
Doug, Thanks for posting a lot of helpful information! While searching the real estate market for a buy that fits our budget (we short sold, are a family, pay high rents for 7 years and still collecting funds for a d.p. after paying down debt upon short sale). For the modest priced fixer uppers that we’re looking at, I’m competing with banks and flip agents for properties. Its so competitive. The fact that we’re a family in need of a home counts as nothing.
Maintenance. Usually, there are specifications in the contract concerning maintenance. It isn't uncommon for the person who is purchasing the property to maintain it while they're living there. The tenant can be asked to pay for any repairs, property taxes, insurance, and any homeowner's association fees. Since it is the seller's home, they are technically responsible for taxes, insurance, and homeowner's association fees but they could ask the tenant to pay them. Either way, the tenant will need renter's insurance. It is up to the potential seller to specify what is covered by maintenance and what is not covered. This is very important because if nothing is specified, the tenant could end of doing major repairs instead of basic maintenance.
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