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Getting Started in 5 Easy Steps

If you are a beginner, here are the 5 Easy Steps on how to get started.

Step #1: Find out how Rent To Own Home or Vendor Finance Works

    • For a detail explanation, you can check out the information from Vendor Finance Lawyer.

      • These lawyers are acting for Vendor Not Home Buyer, so don’t get them as your solicitors, unless you are buying from traditional seller who don’t know anything about vendor finance)
      • 3 types of Vendor Finance
      • Also subscribe to our newsletter and you will get the “10 Worst Mistakes Made By Rent To Own Home Buyers:
        • After subscribe you will also receive 4 important steps you MUST take to succeed in rent to own home program.
          • Step 1: Create Your Buyer Profile.
          • Step 2: Remove Your Credit Report Errors.
          • Step 3: Speak To a Pro (Free)
          • Step 4: How to Find Your Perfect Home.

Step #2: Find out your budget (affordable weekly payment)

Step #3: Look for Rent To Own Homes in Your Area

Step #4: Inspect The Property

    • Inspect the property and meet up with the property owner.
    • Find out as much information as you can from the property owner.
    • If you are interested, submit your application.

Step #5: Sign The Contract and Move In

    • Get your own solicitor to help you understand the contract.
    • Make sure the contract covered everything property owner has promised.
    • Do your due diligence before signing your contract.

If you have any questions, you can always post them in the community forum or email directly to us. We will try our best to help you moving forward.

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