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Many consumers don't really understand, and mistakenly think they simply rent the home, and then all that rent is applied to the purchase price if they decide to buy the house.
It doesn't work that way......and, more importantly........
This arrangement does not favor the buyer.
Also - your choice of homes will be very limited as most sellers who want to, and can, sell now, not in the future.
If you can't qualify for a loan now, you better make sure you qualify at the end of the lease or you will LOSE any upfront/deposit money. You better hope the house appraises out at the agreed-to price (which is agreed to NOW, not later).
You see, you are paying for the "option" to buy or NOT to buy.
If you "exercise your option", and do buy the home - great......if you can't buy the home, or choose not to buy it, you will forfeit your deposit.
The deposit may be an amount given upfront, and/or an amount of rent over and above the normal rent which will be applied to the purchase.
BUT - If you do not, or cannot, buy the home for any reason, say goodbye to that additional rent.
I'd advise waiting until you get your finances in order and then buying in the normal way when you'll have a full selection of homes .