When you "REnt to Own" you are actually signing TWO contracts.
a) a Option to buy: where you set the terms of the future purchase in place today.
Terms include the sales price: What if prices fall before your option is up?
b) Lease: You are still technically a tenant with a landlord.
As others have said -- find a property to rent that will fit your needs until you can buy.
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