What Are Your Options When You Owe More Than The Home Is Worth?

In a crazy upside down real estate market and economy, home owners that want to sell or in some case need to sell have found their selves in a very tough predicament. There is a huge population of home owners that are facing some very stressful situations which include, owing drastically more then what the value is on their...

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Sellers still having to compete with distressed properties

Despite a drop in the number of bank repossessed homes last month, many sellers today still have to compete with elevated numbers of distressed properties, which attract buyers for their discounted prices. Rent-to-own homes could be a way for sellers to separate their homes from the pack. The latest report from RealtyTrac...

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Rent to own homes perfect for credit-strapped buyers

More buyers are looking for new homes and may be planning moves within the next few months, though experts say tight credit is holding back many more consumers. Rent to own homes can offer credit-strapped buyers the option of purchasing a new home even without perfect credit. The latest data from the National Association of...

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The Benefits of Renting To Own a Home? Have a Gander

If you are thinking of renting to own a home, you are on the right place to have a look on the topic. There are certain benefits of renting to own a home. If you buy your dream home by rent to own, you are free of the worries of the mortgage companies, improve your financial situation so you can purchase the home at a further...

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How to Cover Your Butt When Looking for Tenants

Leasing your home to a tenant or rent to own buyer has been quickly gaining popularity because of the current real estate market. The main reasons of it becoming one of the preferred and fastest methods to sell your home is due to the lack of home buyers that can qualify to purchase your home and properties that are now valued...

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What is Lease Option or Rent To Own?

Owner financing is when all or part of the agreed upon purchase amount is held by the seller. I always tell people to look at it in the terms of a bank, the seller is holding the financing in the same way a bank would. The seller receives the monthly payments based on an agreed upon rate and term with a future balloon date for...

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