When I say three adults, I mean it's me and my boyfriend, then his best friend. Our situation is this, my mother left the person that she was with and moved out. Our boyfriends friend moved in to help us. He then lost his job. I had my baby, and now my moms ex wants us gone by the first. We can only afford up to maybe 650 a month, preferably less. We want to live in whatever house we choose for at least a year to build credit.
In the mean time, we only need a two bedroom one bathroom house, but they must allow pets. We have two turtles, one cat, and a chinchilla. Our friend has a small dog. She's a Jack Russell Chihuahua mix.
I would like for the house to be on a private lot. I don't mind a double wide mobile home. I am not comfortable with apartments or duplexes. My cat is an indoor outdoor cat, and is a rare breed. Besides, he's fat. I don't want him to be taken from me. Let's face it, fat cats are just awesome.
I know the down sides of Rent to Own homes, but seeings as we don't want to actually own it, I would definitely be okay with it. The rent is normally cheaper that way due to having to repair everything ourselves, but that is pretty much what we're doing here anyway. My boyfriend is paying at least a grand a month. The owner who also lives here is only doing 500. Even if we weren't being forced to leave, we would want out anyway.
I have called many realtor places in Carrollton. None of them could help us. I need something either around there, or around Newnan. (My boyfriend works in Newnan.)
If anyone could help us, it would be greatly appreciated.
My name is Monica and I'm looking to buy a home HOWEVER I seems to me it would be better to rent to own because, right now,I have the money to move and not to buy, It gives me time to fix my credit, and some money is credited towards the purchase of the house and its gives me the opportunity to buy the house I want. I really need to move from where I am and I have a friend who's looking to move also and has agreed to move in with me. We are both hard working women.
To wait to get this or fix that, I'm sure I'd miss out on what I really want.... more