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I truly do not recommend anyone to get into a rent to own situation. There is a very thin line for legal problems to arouse. My recommendation for you if you are not ready to buy lease for a year. If it is because of credit issues, work on your credit, there are reputable credit repair companies out there. Credit Repair takes work from the company and from you as well. If you don't do your part you will not get anywhere. If you are trace a game-plan and stick to it you could fix your credit before the lease is up. Then once you are ready to purchase you can shop for homes or even talk to the landlord to see if the landlord is interested in selling the property to you.There are also many lenders that have credit repair programs in place, some will even refund the cost of credit repair to you at closing "if you use them for the loan."Make sure you use a Realtor of your choice that represents and advice you on any transaction. If you insist to get into a lease to own situation, then you will need a lawyer to explain you what you are getting in to.
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