I represent several investors that are looking for investment property in the Kansas City market. We especially like properties with long term tenants such as yourself. We also like to setup our leases with purchase options for tenants because it gives us a built in exit strategy. Our interest will depend on where the property is located and the price. Please feel free to call me to discuss the specifics of your situation.
Dave & GayL
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Note: The bank didn't buy the house back. It hadn't earlier owned the house.
And no sane investor will, either. Being self-employed can make it more difficult to get a mortgage--you don't have those convenient W-2s--but if you CAN'T get a loan due to your self-employment, why would an investor take the risk?
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I would recommend that you get your credit back on track, save up about 5% in downpayment and make sure that you stay in the same line of work for at least two years and pay your taxes.
Make sure that you show enough income after deductions so that you will show enough income to be able to qualify for a home.
I want to eventually buy it. I love it here. I barely unpacked. My rent always paid early. Please respond
I am in a very similar situation! After 15 years, I took my 3 children and walked away from an abusive relationship. My boss's girlfriend moved in with him, and offered for me to rent her home. This has all taken place since last Saturday. I am not even completely moved in, and then yesterday I find out that someone approached her in regards to buying the home. She was up front with me about what is going on, and has even offered me first dibs at purchasing the home. It appraised at $129,000 and she will sell it to me for $125,000. My children and I haven't felt so safe and happy in many years. The problem, I make a mere $30,000 a year, and the homeowner is giving me 45 days to come up with the money. I have 20% to put down. But, without a private investor/lender, I fear my children and I will be forced to return to the home we just left, or otherwise become homeless. If you have found resolution with your answer, please share any advice you may have!!
Thank you kindly!
I would love to talk with you more about it!
I'm a 27 year old guy in St. Joseph, but I usually live far from home so I think we would be a perfect match! I'd like to have a long term tenant and not have to replace someone often since I'm far from home and I'm looking for a property to buy.
If the house you're in hasn't been sold, shoot me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am an investor from Canada, my partner has properties in the Kansas City area, I have properties in other States some with Lease Options and Owner Financing sold properties. I am also a private money lender for other investors.
I am interested to purchase you house if the price and conditions are right, please send me information, including the address, the bank that owns the REO, you phone number and your situation... etc.
My email address is email@example.com
Danny W Der