Buying an investment property to rent can be a great opportunity yet there are a number of factors to consider before you submit an offer.
I have customers ask me numerous times a week for rent-to-own or lease-to-own properties in order to become a homeowner. I give the same answer every time—I do not recommend renting to own.
Many of our customers find their ideal house but unfortunately have a lot of months remaining in their current lease. There’s a way around that and we’ve gotten tenants out of their leases to buy real estate. Here’s how!
I’d like to think that nobody signs a lease with the intention of breaking it yet circumstances often arise where breaking a lease, even with a penalty, makes sense for the tenant. Here’s a hint: our renters become buyers.