After being a Realtor and Property manager for many years now. The â€œLease to Ownâ€ option has some real legal problems that you really might want to avoid. Realtors/Agents are not to practice â€œLease to Ownâ€ agreements at all in Texas. â€œOwner financeâ€ is one way to go, Itâ€™s a much better program, and maybe just what you want. There some other programs to help you reach your goal and benefits of being a home owner. http://www.Trophyhomesrealty.com
I would suggest finding a seller financing listings in that area. Its almost impossible to find a lease to own these days as it got a lot of sellers and buyers into a lot of legal battles.
Let me know if you need any help on this.
JP and Associate
You'll save yourself a lot of headaches.
We always say never ever lease to own.
It's just a good way to spend your hard earned cash without often a good outcome.
You can always offer to buy the home you're renting when you are ready....or you could choose any other home.