LEASE/PURCHASE GURUS... - Posted by Fred (OH)


Posted by RS on March 08, 1999 at 24:53:44:

This advice is straight out of Ron Legrands course: “Fast Cash With Quick Turn Real Estate”. Offer to simply take over their payments, guarantee their maintenance, and purchase the home for their loan balance. This should work if they have little equity. If they have a lot of equity and need cash, suggest they refinance to get cash out. Tell them not to worry about the larger mortgage payment because you’ll make that too (provided they keep their LTV down to 80 or 90% and provided the mortgage payments are under the amount you’ll be able to collect in rent).

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Posted by Fred (OH) on March 07, 1999 at 23:46:22:

I’m sure this is a simple situation (knock on wood), but I don’t know a whole lot about l/o…

I’ve come in contact with a couple that has been transferred and can’t sell their house. The home is in a nice neighborhood, rents for $750/month, but they can’t seem to find a buyer. I think they’d be receptive to a lease purchase or l/o–they’re getting a little nervous about 2 mortgage payments. Is there a crash course or simple advice anyone can offer?

Thanks in advance,
Fred (OH)