What are the foreclosure steps in North Carolina? People often get confused as to where they are in the process. Many will call me saying they have a house in the Wake County NC area that is in foreclosure. The timeline below will walk you through the process step-by-step. Ultimately, it is up to the bank … Continued
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Owning a luxury home can be a person’s lifelong dream. The perfect floor plan with just the right amount of beds and baths, giving us that office we always wanted and the opportunity to customize every inch with the right décor, color scheme, candles, and personal touch can be a blissful experience.
I had met with a seller early in the spring of 2014 who had a home that was a prime candidate for my rent-to-own program. He said: I’ve done some research online why can’t I just do this on my own? If rent-to-own, or lease with option to buy, is not done correctly the results … Continued
I’ve seen the term rent-to-own being decried as a scam all over blogs and local news. Like anything else, you have to be careful who you do business with. I explain rent-to-own in detail in another post in this blog. Here we will explore the question: is rent-to-own a rip off?
There are certain situations where it isn’t possible to wait several months to sell a home. Sometimes, we can’t wait to stage, prep, show, negotiate, sell, survive due-diligence, and wait to get a check. Below are 4 reasons to sell your home with Rent-to-Own:
Rent-to-own may seem complicated but it is actually a very simple concept. Its popularity had waned during the early and mid-2000’s due to the easy access of mortgage funds. It is currently on an uptrend due to stringent credit requirements that make it difficult to obtain a mortgage.
As you now, foreclosures over the past 5 years have been at record levels. Just like with anything, when there’s an opportunity or when there’s people in pain… the dishonest and unscrupulous people in the world tend to come out of the dark shadows to prey on home owners who don’t know any better. Foreclosure … Continued