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How can I find a rent to own property, every web site wants credit report, and money does Zillow

  • June 21 2012 - Beaverton
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is market , it is unlikely to find any one willing to rent  to own. There are simply to many disadvantage and  complications.
You can always make an offer to the owner of a property you are renting if you are interested in buying it.
The owner however doesn't have any obligation to sell.
  • June 22 2012
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Rent to own's are difficult to find, with limited choices, and are almost always stacked against the buyer. In almost every circumstance a person is better off to wait and do some credit repair and get prepared to buy traditionally....
  • June 21 2012
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most rentals want a credit run, and a deposit.  when you rent/own, the owner is likely to want a more thorough credit report, and more money than a deposit.  It is less than the 3 bureau reports and down payments that are required when buying a home.  It's the hybrid of renting and buying, and the approval process is also right in between.  The difference is, they aren't holding you to as high of a standard. 
  • June 21 2012
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