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Details on Rent to Own Homes

Owning a home is not an easy move as it involves a lot of money whether it is building for yourself or purchasing already built home. Due to large sums of money involved in owning a home, there are a number of available financing options that aim at helping someone to own a property and they can pay in calculated amounts for a specified period of time until the loan is completely paid. It’s possible to be in a position in which you don’t qualify for the mortgage at that specific time maybe because of credit history or other factors that are part of the requirements of the loan and in such a case, you will need another method of enabling you to get the home you desire. There is another method of purchasing a home whereby you rent a the home for a specified period of time after which you can purchase the home and it’s referred to as rent to own home. It’s important to check the contract terms especially when it comes to the purchase bit since the contract might state that you will obliged to buy the house after the contract for lease of the property is over while another might indicate that you have the right to buy the property but you are not obligated to buy it at the end of the rent contract period.

At the start you might feel like you will be able to afford the property or get the funding and for different reasons you might not be able to do so and in such a case you will need to opt out but if your contract stated that you are obliged to purchase the home, there will be legal consequences if you don’t do so. If however the contract stated that you have the right to purchase the property then you are not obliged to purchase the property and you won’t face any charges for failure to buy the home after the contract period expires since your contract had the option of opting out. The rent to own home works by first depositing a required amount of money as option fee and some premium rent then you can go ahead and occupy the house and that’s until the expiry of the contract which you can either buy the property or opt out if you no longer want to buy it but that option can vary depending on the contract you signed. With this kind of contract you can look for money as you occupy the house.

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