There have been some rent to own new construction homes available in the Kimberly area. This is not a common thing in our area but still a possibility. Most builders/agents won't readily advertise them. You can find my contact info here on Trulia and you can send me an email/call and I can give you the specifics. Otherwise best of Luck!!... more
That would all depend on what your budget is after the divorce. I do not think it is a bad idea at all and would love to sit down with you and we can weigh out what is on the market that would fit your wants and needs.
If you do not have interest in some of the outside maintenance that is involved in owning a home maybe a condo would be another option rather than renting.... more
The biggest worry should be about rates going up. We just saw a slight interest rate increase this week. The rates will never be this low again. A couple of percentages of a downpayment do not make up for a percent of interest.... more
Welcome to Wisconsin. What area of WI are you looking to relocate to? This is a great house in a very safe, spacious country setting with neighbors on a dead-end cul de sac - so very little traffic. We would consider short term and we're about 20 minutes south of UW-Madison.... more
You may need to clarify your question. Not exactly sure what you are asking here. If you mean can a landlord continue to collect rent from a tenant on a foreclosure or paid loan, the answer is yes. What the landlord does with the rent money has nothing to do with the lease signed by the tenant. The tenant has agreed to pay $XXX for XX months. If the tenant stops paying rent, they are then in breach of the lease.... more