Ohio Law prevents Real estate agents from offering an opinion on "best" or "good schools. Here is a link that will provide you with info: http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODEDetail.aspx?page=3&TopicRelationID=115&ContentID=50598&Content=140915
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If you were to put a home in contract say next week it would take you about 6 weeks to close on the property. That would be early to mid April. Your first payment on your new home would be June 1. Have you spoken with a lender and been pre approved for a loan ? This is the first step in the home buying process. If you are working with an agent they can guide you thru the provess if you are not working with an agent and should you care to discuss further please feel free to contact me at 614-323-0420 or e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dale Cook... more
Congrats on thinking outside the box and looking into a Rent-to-Own/Lease Purchase. Just keep in mind that many real estate agents are not sufficiently knowledgeable when it comes to doing Rent-to-Own/Lease Purchase transactions. They are typically a "list a home"…wait for a buyer….wait…wait….then hand the buyer over to his/her mortgage people while praying that they meet the lenders guidelines.
An agent who ACTUALLY knows and HAS EXPERIENCE with MULTIPLE lease purchase transactions is worth their weight in gold. Many times they end up being an investor themselves. That should be the FIRST question you ask of the agent….How many successful lease option transactions have you completed? And don't take the, "Oh…well….I'm sure we can put something together to help you out." That equals a Red Flag as far as I'm concerned.
Since you said your credit is awful…….finding a credit improvement company or doing credit repair is ESSENTIAL if you want to be a serious lease purchase candidate. DO NOT put it off! We've seen too many times were a potential tenant/buyer gets into the home…then a few weeks go by…then a few months go by….then before you know it, the 12 months have come & gone and they didn't do the work necessary to put themselves and their credit in a position to be ready for traditional financing (a mortgage).
You can check out some of my blog posts on Rent-to-Own/Lease purchase information but the key is to educate yourself as much as possible so you can ask the agent the best questions possible.
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I have a bunch of duplex properties available and would be more than happy to have my team show them for you. We have been extremely successful in finding the best property for the best price to individuals moving in from out of state. We actually currently have one that is relocating down to Atlanta. Listed and put their home in contract in just one day. Will close in 3 weeks. Nobody works harder than we do to get you the very best deal available and ensure all i's are dotted and t's crossed when it comes to successful closings. Look forward to speaking with you soon!
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Very sorry for the situation you are in. It may be very difficult for you to break your lease. It would have to be mutual. I would make two suggestions, not as a realtor, but as someone who is trying to help out.
1. Speak with mangement, someone who can make the decision and offer to buy out your current lease. Negotiate paying 3 months rent up front to mutually break the lease. I mention mutual becasue you MUST make sure before you pay anything that they are willing to let you out of the lease. If you give them the keys and some money put don't have anything in WRITING that they are letting you out for the buy out fee you could still be stuck.
2. Speak with an attorney. There may be some hardship statutes or something to that effect that may allow you to break your lease such as a death in the family, lost job, military service, injury or health issues. A lease is a contract. BOTH parties must agree in writing to alter it.
Look to see if there is a legal aid office near you that you can consult with an attorney, for little or maybe no fee and see what advice they can offer. Maybe if you can prove the premises uninhabitable or some health concern with the apartment , or if victim of a crime. Please consult with an attorney to explore your options.
I wish you well,
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As Patti had stated, what part of town are you looking in? I may have a couple available depending on where you are looking. Feel free to check out my website at www.CentralOhioHomeRentals.com. However there are a couple that aren't posted yet that are coming up.
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Good Morning to you !!
I will do my best to try to help you find what you are looking for. I also would like to discuss some options with you as it relates to Sect 8..Give me a call at your earliest convience.THanks for this opportunity and I look forward to working with you soon.
Ms. Tonya Mitchell
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Vincent I have a 3 bedroom coming up in Whitehall that should be ready in about 2 weeks or less. Basically 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch. No basement or garage. We are renting for $800. Visit my website at www.CentralOhioHomeRentals.com in a couple days to view. However you are the first I have told about it.
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It sounds like you've had a tough time! I'm Cathy Howard with Keller Williams. I would like to offer my assistance, as I specialize in rentals. Please give me a call or email me with the following:
- how many beds/baths
- rent term/amount
- how much down payment/deposit you have
- how soon are you looking to move
I'd be happy to assist you! Look forward to hearing from you soon.
Looking for a rental 1-2br, garageRental 1-2br, garage is a must, rent up to $1200/-, area: Columbus, Delaware, Plain City, Dublin, Marysville, Worthington,
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