#1. Hire a real estate professional who has access to such information
#2. Place 'wanted' ad on Craigslist
#3. Go to every FSBO in your area and ask if they will seller finance or option.
#4. Write down the phone numbers you see on those bandit signs in the DC area. These are placed by investor types who are PROFIT minded.
#5. Read the following Trulia post so you know what you are getting into
Rent to own
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
(Your real estate consultant)
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
The poster below is correct. Rent to own can be tricky for a lot of people if you do not fully understand what the transaction entails. I do work with an investor who purchases homes for individuals and then rents it to them. It is not a predatory situation, as it can be in lots of cases. If you are interested in learning more, please contact me.
Broker Baird & Warner