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The home that i currently live in is up for sale, im looking for a rent to own program to maybe take advantage of this, fo u know

by darrinlawson41845 from , California. Nov 28th 2016 Reply


I don't have any listing like that That's not really popular at this time. You may want to check with other agents. If you deceide to purchase I would be glad to help u through the process. Thanks Mark

Nov 28th 2016
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I'm not against purchaswing, I'm just looking at options. And I don't have good credit, what do u suggest?

Nov 28th 2016
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If you would like I can give your contact information to a loan agent I use and she can contact you and help you with you credit. If you agree send me your name e mail and phone number and I will have her contact you. Thanks Mark.

Nov 28th 2016
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Joe Metzler (JoeMetzler)
#22 ranked lender in Minnesota - 3,262 contributions

'Rent-to-Own' is really just renting. Don't let anyone fool you otherwise. Rent to own generally implies that a small portion of the rent will be applied to the price of the house later on down the line, and isn't all that horrible. But, if anyone wants a very large chunk of money up-front to 'rent-to-own', <<>>

Nov 30th 2016
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Larry Gray (lgray_312_247)
#1 ranked lender in California - 900 contributions

I too agree that in 99% + of cases in California at least, rent to own appears to be a bad idea. If you know the landlord pretty well and they can make you a deal that locks you in to today's purchase price and they will enable you to get a good amount credited towards closing costs and down payment towards purchasing in a couple of years...that could be a good thing for you. Otherwise, some lenders like myself specialize in enabling people to take advantage of down payment and grant assistance programs which can require you to show as little as a couple of grand in total liquid assets...to buy now. We fund these programs with our own money to make the loan expedited more quickly to satisfy all.

Nov 30th 2016
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