The reason is because being a landlord requires to answer late-night calls regarding leaky faucets, leaky roofs, and other problems that go with being a housing provider.
Many landlords become disenchanted with their investments and ultimately decide to sell so they can free themselves up from all of the hassles and complaining tenants, so they can enjoy their lives again.
But when you sell, "Rent to Own," at least in the way that we do this kind of transaction, our home owners never have to be a landlord at all.
- That's because we have our tenant/buyers be responsible for the first $5,000 in any/ all repairs. Period.
- And the best part, our tenant/buyers are completely OK with this clause in our agreements. They even offer to fix up the properties to improve their over condition and value, since their intention is to ultimately own the property in the next few years.
- We also write in a clause that makes the sale a, "As Is" sale so our tenant/buyers do not try to negotiate any repairs prior to renting the home or during.
- This creates a "hands off" experience for our home owners, which they absolutely love.
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Russell & Diana de la Peña
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