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My point exactly ... avoid rent-to-own situations. It sounds like the ideal situation for your circumstances, but will most assuredly turn out to be a nightmare ... except for the owner. Please stay in touch. I'm ready to help.
I 'm available to assist you with your relocation.
As I previously noted, owner-financed homes are also limited ... there's always a reason why those properties don't sell in the traditional manner. The large downstroke , higher interest rate, and the pressure of the balloon payment just aren't worth it, especially since the choice of homes is so limited.
There's no question that a straight lease is your best option for now, given that you need to sell your current home. Of course, there's the possibility that your landlord would want to sell the house if you'd like to purchase it ... but there's no guarantee.
Come on down to Houston, let us get you situated in a great rental home ... and once your present home sells, we can take the next step. There's no need to make the move any more stressful or complicated than it need be. Right now, there are ten single-family homes for lease in Zip Code 77037, ranging from $875 to $1400. None have been on the market more than a few weeks ... they move quickly, especially the nicer ones. Please get in touch ... let's explore this further.
From the information you proved, it appears you are here in Houston, better yet in Texas. I've just worked with two movers from another state and because we knew where they would be working the area of interest was apparent. Therefore, since the lease must come first, we search the required area for rental homes also for sale. In this situation, you probably don't know for sure when your home will sell, so you probably want an estimated lease period. Listing agents also indicate short terms, yearly and long terms available on their listings.
This will afford you to work on your financing choices for purchase. So renting a particular home with the goal of purchasing it can work. Also after living in the home you'll know if you really want it or need to move on after the lease expires.
Hope this is helpful---PV Properties stands ready to be of assistance by providing a list of homes that fit your needs as a Gateway on our http://www.har.com/PVProperties website.
Brenda Peavy, Broker
A relatively small number of properties are available on an owner-financed basis. However, you'd need at least 20%-25% down, the interest rate would be considerably higher, and you'd have to qualify for a mortgage to pay off the owner (this is known as a "balloon"), generally in three to five years. Once again, it's not a viable option for most people. Both of these transactions are incredible opportunities ... for the owners.
Few if any sellers will accept a contract for purchase with a contingency provision (i.e. having to sell another property prior to buying the new one). My recommendation is that you lease a nice home .. most landlords require a year's commitment. During that time, focus on selling your current property ... you'll likely have a significant down payment, and your options won't be as limited.
If I may be of further service, please feel free to contact me. We (my wife/partner and I) enjoy working with new Houstonians (currently helping two families settle in ... one is from Dubai). There being no cost to you as a tenant or buyer, taking advantage of our expertise can only be of benefit during your location. I look forward to hearing from you.
Have you already put your house on the market? As agents most of us have worked with folks who are in similar situations and we will do our best to make this process as easy for you as possible.
Let me know how I can help.
We have a "Buyers Temporary Lease" forms that we add to our purchase contracts for this situation. Anything beyond that...such as money being returned and other odd details would need to be written up by a real estate attorney as it can get very complicated. Most sellers won't want to discuss this type of complicated transaction.
My advise is to lease a short term apartment, 3-6 months, thus giving your current home a chance to sell and giving you an opportunity to look around our great city. Let us know if you need some help.
Bernstein Realty, Inc.