we are looking for a property that is rent to own.

Asked by Lisa Womack, Okc ok Mon Jan 5, 2009

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Brenda Pitro…, Agent, Edmond, OK
Mon Jan 5, 2009
I have a home listed where the seller is willing to carry the financing. However it is located in Oklahoma City
rather than Norman. It is located on NW 70th in the Edgewater area. You can view some photos on my
website at http://www.brendasproperty.com , look under the"Featured Homes" tab located at the top of the home page.

If you have any interest in something like this, give me a call and I can go over the details with you.

Brenda Pitrolo
Express Realty, Inc.
Office: 405-844-6101
Cell: 405-833-3020
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UB Home Team, Agent, Norman, OK
Mon Jan 5, 2009
There are several lease-to-own options in Norman. I have a builder and an investor who have this option available for their home(s). Please visit the website below & provide the following information in "contact me" link: Price range needed, available down payment, lease-to-own terms needed, maximum age of home, minimum square footage, & minimum beds & baths.

Also, DMG Real Estate, Rent King, and Sterling Properties are just a few of the other companies in Norman, with this potential option. You may contact them by googling their company name and location.

Some Realtors have this as an option in their "Selling Terms". A Realtor, like me, can provide a search basis with this option & the other options mentioned above.

Good luck!
Web Reference:  http://www.ubhometeam.com
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Tim Epps, , Tulsa, OK
Mon Jan 5, 2009

Are you looking for rent-to-own because of lack of savings for down payment and costs or is there a potential credit issue?

There are many legitimate ways to help you buy a home even with some hurdles seem to be in front of you. I can help you with a free consultation.

If you have not secured a Realtor to aid with your search to buy or rent-to-own, I can help with a recommendation there as well.

There is a tax credit of up to $7500 available first time homebuyers. This credit can be claimed on your 2008 return even if you buy now. The deadline to buy a home and qualify for this refund is June 30, 2009. It would be in your interest to try to claim this if you are at all prepared. If you cannot buy now, I can help with your preparation for a future home purchase.

Give me a call before giving up on buying now. You may be surprised.

Tim Epps
Fairway Mortgage
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