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The costs of RTO, straight renting, or purchasing a home depends largely on several factors. You should carefully consider all of them before you make your final decision, as you could end up accidentally locking yourself into a contract that costs you thousands more than other options. If you're not sure if renting, RTO, or purchasing a property is right for you, use this tool to check the costs.

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My husband an I entered a rent to own contract 9 years ago. My husband passed away a year and half ago. I have tried to get out of the contract because of health problems. I have been told no I can’t do anything about it.The place has changed hands four times in that 9 years. I still have 6 years to pay on it and I don’t know what to do. I know I cant care for the place and property much longer. I am 63 years old. Any advice would be helpful. Thank you
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I have entered into a Lease with purchase option on my property with a single lady + her 2 minor children. Its only been 4 months and she already has her boyfriend living there, is he considered a unauthorized tenant?? She does not take care of the property, the grass has not been mowed in 5 weeks its 18″ long. The carport is now filled with all her storage items out of her storage bldgs, appliances, furniture, boxes, etc. and the carport is wrapped in thick plastic. The driveway is filled with debris, bicycles, cement mixers, ladders, grills, fencing materials, etc. She now parks in the grass. She has made alterations to the home without my permission and her boyfriend is doing it, not a licensed plumber or electrician. She is late at least 4-5 days on her rent every month since she moved in. I believe this is enough reason for eviction. Just wondering your suggestions. Thank you.
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You’ll pay rent throughout the lease term. The question is whether a portion of each payment is applied to the eventual purchase price. As an example, if you pay $1,200 in rent each month for three years, and 25% of that is credited toward the purchase, you’ll earn a $10,800 rent credit ($1,200 x 0.25 = $300; $300 x 36 months = $10,800). Typically, the rent is slightly higher than the going rate for the area to make up for the rent credit you receive. But be sure you know what you're getting for paying that premium.
A 15% rent rebate off of market rents, a price negotiated at todays prices and locked for 3 years, all the equity gained during that time in my pocket, none of the risk or burden of a home owner, the right to sell my option and make a huge profit off your house, and all for 1% of the price we agreed to, which I get back if I buy the house. Incredible. Incredibly stupid.
Rent Premium – The term used here is “rent premium” and not simply rent. This is because in a lease to own option, the buyer has to pay a slightly higher amount than the typical rent for a property. The extra percentage of each monthly rent payment (called rent credits) goes toward the down payment for the property, if the buyer chooses to ultimately buy it. If at the end of the lease, the buyer cannot or does not choose to buy the property, the seller keeps all the money.
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I have a question if ya don’t mind. We are in a lease with option to buy. We love the house and everything however it was never disclosed to us that it floods from the run off of the other communities. We have lived here for 2yrs and have had over a foot of water with having to chase my kids toys to keep them from floating away. We gave them $6500 towards the purchase of the home but we really dont want to be dealing with this issue all the time. Is there any thing I can do we live in Pennsylvania. She wants too much for it with the flooding issue and the township says its been ongoing for the past 30yrs.
There is no reason that you should need to give a credit card or personal information to search listings in any category rent to own rent/lease purchase etc.. Any good realtor will provide you with the information and guidance to help you achieve your purchase goal without either of the 2 aforementioned requests. My advice: steer clear of services that ask for payment up front. On a separate subject rent to own or lease options are a slippery slope. Be careful and - again - consult a professional.
In most lease purchase arrangements, the tenant receives a credit that will go toward the purchase price if they buy the property. This money goes to the homeowner, and is generally not refundable. So it doesn’t go into an escrow account, and it doesn’t go back into your pocket if you decide not to buy the home. But it does reduce the home’s purchase price if you decide to purchase the home.
We recently purchased a new home, which we haven’t moved into yet. Our current home has no mortgage or liens on it and my daughter is interested in purchasing it. She already owns several rental properties, therefore cannot be approved for another mortgage. We are weighing the option of her leasing/renting it to own, but we’re afraid we will end up paying a large amount of taxes since her rent would be considered income for us. What would be the best way to go about leasing this to her for up to 30 yrs or until she’s able to pay it off….whichever comes first – without us taking a huge hit financially?

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I am currently ending my rent-to-own contract when it is due. However the pitfall(s) I have encountered are the owner is just plain shady! Yes I have some credit issues from my past and never knew I could claim a $8000 tax credit most certainly will apply this year, the whole purpose should be a win win for the seller and the purchaser. I get a home and you get paid unfortunately my contract is ending because I have opted out and that is a choice and a chance for both parties. I will try again but with the more insight and knowledge in the future. I have advised the owner of my intentioons and they have inspected the home, taken pictures and are going to list the home. My sister is an attorney and states while our contract is still enforce she does not think she can legally list and show the home until I actually give her written notice and 30 day notice of my departure. I am wondering does anyone know this to be true?
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There are actually two types of contracts: a lease-purchase and a lease-option. With a lease-purchase contract, you're locked into buying the home by the conclusion of the contract. If you don't, you will forfeit all the money you’ve supplied to the seller over those years and could also face legal action. If you choose this route, you should be absolutely clear on your long-term plans and financial outlook. Plenty can happen to your life and livelihood that could affect whether you can (and want to) own this house.
Bill, the first thing I’d suggest is consulting a tax professional. I’m no tax expert. Having said that, the tax consequences depend on the terms of the deal. Is there an upfront payment to lock in the purchase price? Does a portion of the rent go to the down payment on an eventual purchase. I believe that the tax consequences ultimately will hit when the sale occurs, not during the rental period. But again, they should consult a tax accountant.
In a rent-to-own agreement, you (as the buyer) pay the seller a one-time, usually nonrefundable, upfront fee called the option fee, option money or option consideration. This fee is what gives you the option to buy the house by some date in the future. The option fee is often negotiable, as there’s no standard rate. Still, the fee typically ranges between 2.5% and 7% of the purchase price.

Hi! I was wondering if you could talk a little bit more about the tax consequences for the sellers in a lease-buy option. We rented out our home with an option to buy, and $200 of the monthly rent will be applied to the purchase price. Do we still count those $200 as part of income for this year, or is that applied as income only in they year that they do not exercise the option? Thanks!

3. Maintenance: Having the tenant pay for maintenance is a great plan (so long as you have confidence they’ll keep the place up). I’ve never views something like a refrigerator as maintenance, but it could be if you write the contract that way. I roof is a closer call, although you’d eat up the $500 fast. One way to look at it is that capital improvements are not maintenance. But again, the key is to be clear in your agreement.
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I am currently looking to purchase a house/land through a type of owner financing. The seller has no mortgage on the property as they are the deed holder. We have discussed a purchase price, down payment and a monthly payment as well as an additional annual payment to pay off the property in a mere 3.5 years. We have discussed that I will assume all maintenance of the property as if I were purchasing conventionally. There will be no option fee or length terms. The seller will maintain insurance and property tax payments in their name with the agreement that I pay them. With all that said, when final payment is received and I am paid in full, what additional cost will I have to pay to receive the deed in my name? Will I need a legal agreement to enter into this under the above terms? Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!
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