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I’m a single mom of two. We own our coop apartment but it’s a one bedroom. Rentals in my NY require an income of $100,000 or more for a 3 bedroom rental. My income is to low for us to rent. It seems that ownership is my only option. Is it a bad idea to consider rent to own in my situation? We need more space and need time to sell or sublet our coop. Is there a better option?


The usage of rent-to-own transactions began in the United Kingdom and Europe, and first appeared in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s.[2] While rent-to-own terminology is most commonly associated with consumer goods transactions, the term is sometimes used in connection with real estate transactions.[3] The newest law coming into effect known as "Physical control" is a progression towards owning something such as a parcel of land.
As of 2011, no U.S. federal consumer protection law specifically addresses rent-to-own transactions, but through litigation, efforts have been made in attempt to bring rent-to-own agreements under the definition of “credit sale” in the Truth in Lending Act. However, courts have not, as of 2011, ruled in favor of making this change at a federal level.[25][26][27] In 2006, the United States Department of Defense labeled rent-to-own a predatory lending practice, defining it as an “unfair or abusive loan or credit sale transaction or collection practice,” along with payday loans, title loans, refund anticipation loans and other similar practices.[28] In 2007, the United States Government Accountability Office raised concerns with the methodology and structure of this research.[29] Later in the same year, the Department of Defense ultimately concluded that rent-to-own was not a form of credit and excluded it from its regulation on predatory lending practices.[30]
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