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Your goal is obviously to own which I must say is definately the direction that you should be headed, especially given the great purchase opportunities out there at this time. As both Sally and Richard shared, there are multiple ways to go about purchasing a home through a rent to own process. My suggestion is that if you haven't already done so, to contact a qualified lender in your area. Many clients of mine feel like a rent to own option is a great way to go about buying a home but never look into whether they are qualified to do so from the start. If you are qualified now, or will soon be qualified take the leap of faith and find a home to purchase. You might find that not only will it be an easy process, but that you will have better bargaining power when it comes to homes you like and more options available. Best of luck!Ben
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