|Many folks don’t know that renting-to-own is a real option TODAY for them if they feel they aren’t in a position to own a home right now (maybe due to challenged credit for instance), but they ultimately do want the many benefits of no longer having to rent.
It’s a flexible program designed to help you move into the home TODAY that you eventually want to own (called “Exercising your Option to Purchase”) as it gives you the time you need to address any temporary items that may be keeping you from your goal of home ownership, all the while you are enjoying living in your dream home!
Below are some quick highlights and there’s more detailed information at www.BuyBaltimoreProperties.com/FAQ .
Quick Links to our Website Forms:
General highlights of our Rent-To-Own program (Every Owner & home is different):
Just a couple things to keep in mind to further strengthen any rent-to-own application you’d like to submit for any of our homes:
Feel free to contact me with any further questions. We hope to be working with you soon!
|Keith & Shannon French
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Avoid Sneaky Credit Score Booby Traps lurking in your wallet.
Did you know that one late payment can cause your score to drop 80 points or more?
And those points are hard won. Once lost, it is a LONG ROAD back up.
Be mindful of what is going on with your bills.
Especially credit cards.
They can cause the most damage.
Be extra careful to never charge your cards over 50% of the high credit limit. Once you top 50% it starts to negatively impact your credit score.
We all want to be able to afford a nice home.
You may already know this, but I am going to demonstrate how
the same monthly payment of $1,900 can buy a more expensive home.
This is the same idea no matter what the monthly payment is, just pick a number.
*The secret is your credit score and how much your other debts are.
These 2 determining factors that will limit how much home you can afford and what your monthly payment will be.
Let’s discuss credit first:
Scenario, Let’s assume the following: