Buyers see benefits—but not without some big potential roadblocks. In many cases, they are counting on being able to rebuild their damaged credit rating while living in the rent-to-own home and paying above-market rent. To benefit, they must be able to get their financial house in order and qualify for a home loan before their lease option expires. Should the market drop significantly, the renter might end up owing a lot more on a house than it's worth. And it's harder to move out should your lifestyle change.
Owning a home is truly the American Dream. Buying a home can be a difficult process, especially for those with poor credit, no credit and/or a limited amount to invest. A Lease to Own, also known as Rent to Own, Option may be just for you! Based on your individual criteria, we can be very creative with financing and fit it to your needs. We are not loan brokers, bankers, real estate agents or selling homes for someone else, we are the owners or we have a legal equitable interest in the property.
A rent-to-own agreement can be an excellent option if you’re an aspiring homeowner but aren’t quite ready, financially speaking. These agreements give you the chance to get your finances in order, improve your credit score and save money for a down payment while “locking in” the house you’d like to own. If the option money and/or a percentage of the rent goes toward the purchase price – which they often do – you also get to build some equity.
Visitors often say that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but residents of the city prefer to remember the time they spend in Las Vegas. Non-residents automatically think about the Las Vegas Strip when the city is mentioned, but there’s more to this community than the line of casinos and hotels found on Las Vegas Boulevard. While visitors may flock to downtown Las Vegas for the Fremont Street Experience, there are many who make the city their home because they see the beauty of the city beyond gambling, shopping and last-minute weddings.