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It's Flexible. While you will have more flexibility initially with this type of contract than with a traditional mortgage, once the contract is signed, it's pretty set. It is very rare that both the buyer and the seller agree on alterations to the original contract. The price of the property is usually set, and this is the price that the buyer will have to pay once the contract is up, regardless of the home's current market value.

There is no reason that you should need to give a credit card or personal information to search listings in any category rent to own rent/lease purchase etc.. Any good realtor will provide you with the information and guidance to help you achieve your purchase goal without either of the 2 aforementioned requests. My advice: steer clear of services that ask for payment up front. On a separate subject rent to own or lease options are a slippery slope. Be careful and - again - consult a professional.
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My husband and I were letting my sister and her husband rent to own our house. We do have a mortgage on it. I know we made a big mistake by not drawing up a written contract….it’s all been verbal. The mortgage payment consisted of the monthly mortgage payment, property tax & homeowners insurance. They have lived there for 2 yrs and for the past year have had a dispute with the neighbors and because we don’t want to be involved our family members decided they are moving and are going to sue us for all the rent that they paid to live there and any renovations they made there. We never asked them to do these renovations. They took it upon themselves to do so, some of which we were never privy to beforehand. My question to you is, do they have a case? Will we have to pay them back for 2 yrs of rent and renovations?
It may seem odd to talk about financing, since you won’t need a mortgage unless and until you decide to buy. But my recommendation is that you talk to a mortgage broker BEFORE entering into a lease option. A good mortgage broker will give you an honest assessment of your chances of being approved for a loan during the term of the option. While a broker can’t offer you any guarantees, they can arm you with important information that will help you make the best decisions for you and your family.
DR., PLEASE HELP:…………….I would like to enter into a lease/option on a home i recently saw for rent, unfortunatley the rent payment is high and the home is up for sale at a alarmingly high rate, BUT i LOVE the home and would like to buy. The price tag is $339,000 (NEW CONSTRUCTION) and rent is listed @ $1800.00 monthly!!! it’s been for rent for a very long time. How can I get them to come down on the monthly rent to maybe $1500.00 given I put a higher down payment +Security deposit and enter into a lease/purchase contract that included a substantial down payment when time to purchase the home?
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Price. Asset prices have become inflated by nearly a decade of intervention by central banks since the housing crisis. In many big cities you'll pay a price premium to own your home. The cost of ownership is not just the monthly loan payment, but also includes things like: maintenance, property taxes, homeowner's insurance & the opportunity cost of not investing the equivalent sum of money into higher yielding & more liquid investments. When all these other costs are considered, NerdWallet found that in 2015 the ownership premiums can range from 33% to 93% more per month than it would cost to rent. That said, the NerdWallet data has a skew to it, as some people may buy large opulent homes whereas the common rental dwelling is far more subdued. What matters more than any overall trend is running the numbers on your options. In many neighborhoods rent costs about double what the associated mortgage payment would be for the same exact property, though it is worth noting the property owner also has to pay for maintenance and other costs of ownership.
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If your budget can’t tolerate the mortgage in those communities, you can still enjoy a pleasant living environment in neighborhoods like Aliante. This is a family-friendly community with a suburban feel, and you have access to multiple parks and schools within close proximity of residential areas. Henderson and Summerlin are larger neighborhoods that offer similar suburban living environments with reasonable housing prices.
I am in a situation where I was in a lease with option to buy home and the SELLER needed back into the home due to financial/legal difficulties. We were given a date they needed to be in by and told if we wanted to buy the house now we could if not then they needed back into the home. We were not in a position to buy the home at that time and had 2 more years left on the contract but agreed to move out (due to the selling price of the house compared to homes being sold around it was significantly higher) . In this situation what happens to the option money that we put down? Should it be refunded since they broke the contract?

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