Conversely, if you decide not to buy the house – or are unable to secure financing by the end of the lease term – the option expires and you move out of the home, just as if you were renting any other property. You’ll likely forfeit any money paid up to that point, including the option money and any rent credit earned, but you won’t be under any obligation to continue renting or to buy the home.

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I was on a RTO contract before with an option to Buy, it’s expired now. I was not successful in owning the property for a reason I just want to keep to myself. I left the property last year and my complain and claim is on the hand of an attorney at present. My question is: if I drop my attorney, can i file my total rent credit as a loss instead ? Does the $8,000 Tax Credit applies to me was this a one time offered only or can it be extended depending on individuals case . I rented from 2009, 2010 and extended contract on 2011, 2012 and left 2013. I am trying to recover my hard earned money; if landlord do not give any compensation to me; any suggestion of other way I can do.
Are you serious? NO ONE in their right mind would sell their home under the terms you describe. I have NEVER seen an article on a RTO anywhere on the internet so misinformed as yours. Just ask yourself, would YOU agree to lock in a price – negotiated at todays market – to sell your home 3 years in the future for a measly 1% of the purchase price as your only incentive?!?!? $2,000 to sell your $200k home with no further financial penalty to the buyer if he changes his mind? Locking in a price based on todays market to an unqualified buyer and a fixed rent amount would be insane for the seller. No owner with half a brain would agree to this. An option fee of at LEAST 3% (non-refundable) and a rent premium of at least 20% would be the MINIMUM any savvy seller would/should accept. Why is paying a rent premium a “horror story”? ALL the rent premiums and option fee are applied to the purchase price when the buyer exercises his option, a “forced savings” for the buyer if you will. Gives the buyer incentive to complete the deal and the seller incentive to lock in a fixed price/rent. If you have a house you would sell to me under the terms you describe, sign me up. What have I got to lose? I could negotiate a price based on todays market, live in your house at market rents with none of the ownership responsibilities, watch my equity grow with my only risk being 1% of the value we agreed on. I wouldn’t even exercise the option. I would just sell the option and collect the equity you put up all the risk for and traded away for chump change. This article is ridiculous. Please remove it, or at least correct it as you are misinforming buyers what they should reasonably expect in a RTO.

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It may seem odd to talk about financing, since you won’t need a mortgage unless and until you decide to buy. But my recommendation is that you talk to a mortgage broker BEFORE entering into a lease option. A good mortgage broker will give you an honest assessment of your chances of being approved for a loan during the term of the option. While a broker can’t offer you any guarantees, they can arm you with important information that will help you make the best decisions for you and your family.
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Are you serious? NO ONE in their right mind would sell their home under the terms you describe. I have NEVER seen an article on a RTO anywhere on the internet so misinformed as yours. Just ask yourself, would YOU agree to lock in a price – negotiated at todays market – to sell your home 3 years in the future for a measly 1% of the purchase price as your only incentive?!?!? $2,000 to sell your $200k home with no further financial penalty to the buyer if he changes his mind? Locking in a price based on todays market to an unqualified buyer and a fixed rent amount would be insane for the seller. No owner with half a brain would agree to this. An option fee of at LEAST 3% (non-refundable) and a rent premium of at least 20% would be the MINIMUM any savvy seller would/should accept. Why is paying a rent premium a “horror story”? ALL the rent premiums and option fee are applied to the purchase price when the buyer exercises his option, a “forced savings” for the buyer if you will. Gives the buyer incentive to complete the deal and the seller incentive to lock in a fixed price/rent. If you have a house you would sell to me under the terms you describe, sign me up. What have I got to lose? I could negotiate a price based on todays market, live in your house at market rents with none of the ownership responsibilities, watch my equity grow with my only risk being 1% of the value we agreed on. I wouldn’t even exercise the option. I would just sell the option and collect the equity you put up all the risk for and traded away for chump change. This article is ridiculous. Please remove it, or at least correct it as you are misinforming buyers what they should reasonably expect in a RTO.

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Another reason that the number of rent to own homes will be shrinking in the near future is the fact that they give renters/buyers a big advantage in a rising real estate market. When you and the seller negotiate on the lease and option terms, you’ll agree on a set price to be paid for the home when the sale is completed. When the values of homes rise as they have recently, buyers often end up purchasing properties for prices far below the current market value.
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Gary, I couldn’t disagree more. As with rent (see my comment below), a reasonable price for a home at the start of a lease-option falls within a range. There is no one reasonable price. For a 3-year lease-option, we tend to set the price at the high end of the range, and agree to sell the house at that price during the term of the lease-option. A 3% lease-option fee is both unreasonable, in my opinion, and unrealistic for the types of homes we own. If that works for you, great. But it doesn’t work for us.
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Some of the benefits of renting your home as a rent-to-own are pretty much the opposite as the benefits of a renter. For example, if real estate is decreasing, homeowners can receive a higher selling price by locking in at the start of the lease. Tenants who are renting to own your home will almost always treat the property better than renters because at some point in time, the property becomes theirs.

Be sure that maintenance and repair requirements are clearly stated in the contract (ask your attorney to explain your responsibilities). Maintaining the property – e.g., mowing the lawn, raking the leaves and cleaning out the gutters – is very different from replacing a damaged roof or bringing the electric up to code. Whether you’ll be responsible for everything or just mowing the lawn, have the home inspected, order an appraisal and make sure the property taxes are up to date before signing anything.
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I thought you said in your article you didn’t believe in rent premiums, that you heard “horror stories” of people paying higher rent? You said “rent should be whatever reasonable market rent the home justifies. The rent should not be higher because of the lease option component of the deal”. Which is it? You said “rent is rent”. Well, premium means just that, a premium above the market rent to be applied toward the purchase price. PLEASE, any renters reading this, PLEASE take it with a grain of salt. Do some real research.
We are in a two year Lease to Purchase contract. We gave the owner a $5,000 down payment and pay $2,000 each month with $500 of that going towards the purchase down payment. At the end of the two year contract we should have a total of $11,000 going towards the down payment. We just found out by notices posted on door and looking at court dockets that the owner has not made the mortgage payments to lender and the house is in now in foreclosure. We are wondering what options we have. Do we wait for foreclosure to finalize with bank becoming owner and directly work with them to purchase home? Should we stop paying her directly and put money in escrow account? Will we sue her for our down payment? We’re really at a loss here.
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Another factor to consider is that because my husband has been overseas with the military, we could (and would love to) still qualify for the first time homebuyers credit if we complete our “purchase” by June. If we could qualify for that, then we would be able to have the down payment available by the time we received our 2011 tax return. Not sure if that would change your suggestion.

Jake, the signed lease should give your brother certain rights. A landlord can’t simply evict a tenant contrary to the lease in order to move in. Your brother should consult an attorney. As for the mortgage, there’s nothing that I’m aware of that prevents a landlord from getting a mortgage on a house that they own. If your brother came to purchase the house, the proceeds would have to pay off the mortgage first.


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Hi please help! I am currently in a contract with my stepfather and mother on our 3 bdrm home it’s a duplex where the neighbour own his side. My parents hold the mortgage until I the purchaser finish paying for it in 2018. My mother says I can’t claim my 600/ month payments when I do my taxes but the people at h&R block told me I am a renter until house is payed foo am so confused who is right? Can you help?
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Another plus is that lease options typically apply a portion of the rent paid towards the down payment on the home and because of this they work as a great way for people to purchase a home when they don't have the money readily available for a down payment. First time buyers should take a look at a lease option as a simple and effective way to defer buying a home while saving more for that down payment.
Price. Your price is what the seller and the tenant have agreed on to buy and sell the property for. This purchase price is usually above the home's current market value. You can choose to have a set rate, or you can choose to decide a purchase price based on market values once your payment term is up. As the real estate market isn't guaranteed, many sellers opt for a fixed rate price.
When you enter an RTO contract, you agree to rent the property for a set amount of time and purchase it once the contract term is up. There is more flexibility in this option, and you usually won't need a large down payment like you would if you were purchasing a home. Many RTO contracts have a term of one to three years. This means that after that set term is up, the tenant will purchase the property from the seller. You'll usually pay a higher rent amount because your rent will be split into two categories. The rent portion of your monthly payment will go toward the seller's mortgage payment on the home, and the rent premium portion will go into an escrow account and be used for the down payment when it comes time to purchase the property.

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These programs are a great way to buy a condo or townhouse if you have bad credit. In fact, lease purchase and rent to buy programs usually offer cheap homes with no credit check. Just make sure you look at your lease to purchase agreement to understand whether you have the option or obligation to buy the home you’re looking at. Lease-purchase agreements require the buyer to purchase by the end of the lease term, while lease-option agreements give the buyer the option to buy.
The potential renters are putting $5000 down and their 1st months rent is included within this payment. And I am giving them 300 credit towards the purchase. So i did not plan on putting any of the payments in any escrow and planned on using the money they pay to help with my house I purchased and was just going to keep track of all payments so as to show everything they are paying where it is being applied to rent and credits towards the purchase. So is this okay the way I am doing this? They are RTO for 3 years and the place was totally remodeled so nothing needs to be update so they are buying as is and carrying renters insurance as I am carrying dwelling insurance plus paying the taxes. So I am just wondering about the taxes on what I can totally have to claim without owing a bunch of taxes in the end of when they purchase it for the set price. Do I just claim all of the entire payments for taxes at the end of each year so then there are no taxes on this income when the purchase is processed? I’ve been researching over and over and I feel somewhat more confused in regards to all the taxes involved in this RTO process. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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