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When you sell a house to someone who doesn’t have great credit, it can be risky. But, you can also make more money by offering them something they can’t usually get. This means you can sell the house for more than it’s worth now because it might be worth even more in the future. If the value of the house goes down, you’ll still get the same amount of money you agreed on. Since there are a lot of people who want to buy houses this way, you can sell your house for a really good price.

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Potential Buyers

Usually, people who rent houses only want to stay for a little while. But now, some of those people want to live in a house forever and be the boss of it. Sometimes, people who want to sell their house will let someone rent it first, and if they like it, they can buy it later. This makes more people want to buy the house and they will work really hard to make it happen. All of this makes the house worth more money when it sells in [market_city].

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Sometimes, when someone wants to buy a house but their credit isn’t good, they might do something called “rent-to-own.” This means they rent the house for a while, but eventually they will own it. But, it’s important to make sure the agreement is fair and legal for both the buyer and seller. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a special lawyer look over the agreement. The company [company] can help with this and make the process easy and fast. Their goal is to help the seller get the most money for their house. If you have any questions, you can contact [company] without having to commit to anything.

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10 Tips when doing a Rent To Own Agreement

  1. Hire a real estate lawyer to review the agreement.
  2. Ensure that the renter is aware of their obligations and responsibilities.
  3. Include a clear payment plan and schedule.
  4. Set a fair purchase price for the property.
  5. Include clauses for maintenance and repairs.
  6. Clearly outline the terms for breaking the agreement.
  7. Determine who is responsible for property taxes and insurance.
  8. Have a clear understanding of the interest rate and finance charges.
  9. Determine if any additional fees or charges apply.
  10. Include a clear option to purchase clause.