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Why Rent to Own Program?

At first glance, a rent-to-own home scenario might seem intimidating or even hard to believe possible. The good news is, it isn’t. True, this is not a traditional method toward homeownership, but it works. With the escape clause included, you can have a life with less stress. Imagine savings of up to six-figures and more peace of mind!

Benefits of Rent-to-Owning

  • Immediate access to living in your home even while the deal is in process
  • Helpful if you have credit insecurity (lack of, low rating)
  • Access to nationwide and local searches
  • No down payment
  • Build equity and watch your money go directly toward your ownership (vs. rent)

What is RentToOwnReviews.com

RentToOwnReviews.com is a valuable resource specializing in but not limited to: foreclosures, RTO-homes, and lease-options. Previously limited to realtors or those in private programs, listings are now accessible to you. Gone are the days of dreaming of owning a home; you have more options available than you realize. More good news: you don’t have to wait. You can start the process right now. If you need to rent, or you want to own via direct purchase or RTO, you have the tools right here in one website.

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Rent to Own Who Pays Property Taxes

Rent to Own Who Pays Property Taxes

The rent-to-own agreement offers an alternative path to homeownership for those who lack a down payment or cannot qualify for a mortgage right away due to bad credit scores. Under a rent-to-own contract, the potential buyer moves in and rents out a house with the...

Can a landlord break a rent to own contract?

Can a landlord break a rent to own contract?

In some rent to own situations, there will be tenants who don’t pay their rent. In a typical tenant/landlord renting contract the landlord, who purchased the property, has the right to evict the tenant if they don’t pay their monthly rent as well as committing other...

Are you Ready to Buy Your First Rental Property?

Are you Ready to Buy Your First Rental Property?

Are you thinking about investing in real estate and possibly buying some rental properties, but aren’t sure if you’re ready?  Here are a few questions and tips to keep in mind when wondering if purchasing a home as the type of investment right for you. Ready to be a...

Section 8 Rent To Own Houses

Section 8 Rent To Own Houses

Can It Help You Buy a Home? The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program gives low-income renters assistance with their monthly rental costs. The program eases the headaches of renting and eases concerns of not being able to purchase under Section 8. With approval...

Can You Rent to Own a Foreclosed Home

Can You Rent to Own a Foreclosed Home

Looking for foreclosed homes that come with a lease option? You will have a hard time finding a rent to own agreement that involves the foreclosure process. Even if you find a rent to own deal for a foreclosure, it is probably a scam. Be wary of scams and homeowners...

Who Pays Taxes On Rent to Own Home

Who Pays Taxes On Rent to Own Home

The homeowner is supposed to pay the property taxes in case of renting. However, it’s not always clear who is the owner when it comes to renting to own. The tenant (potential home buyer) and the current owner (landlord) come to a rent-to-own agreement. Even though you...

We Work With Your Budget

Naturally, we all have different visions and budgets in mind when considering a home purchase. If you are a first-time buyer and are a young family, you’ll have to manage all of your expenses carefully. Similarly, if you are retired on a fixed-income, you also have to be mindful. We also can meet the needs of those who have more expanded budgets and even those with extremely deep pockets.

My husband and I have had the “dream” for a long time of owning our own home, but we could never quite find the money even with both of us working. Add a newborn into the mix and suddenly our prospects seemed highly impossible. We thankfully were able to find a home listing here with the flexibility needed. Now we are finally proud homeowners!”
Sheila Tarney

Happy Buyer

“We had been turned away repeatedly for having insufficient credit, despite our making decent wages. All the listings we researched along the way were either not nice or way out of our league. Imagine our delight in finding this site with truly something for everyone. I now have my man-cave and my wife has her gardens too!”
Greg Adams

Happy Buyer

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