Rent to own is different than a lease option, which gives you the option to buy a place you were renting before it goes on the market, but there’s no obligation to do so. When you rent to own you usually make a deposit, which can also be called “option money,” and the contract stipulates your obligation to buy. The deposit goes to the seller and is a non-refundable fee.
You've just bought the home of your dreams, signed the contract and packed the moving van -- you're all set, right? Not if you haven't sold your current home first. So you put it on the market and you wait. And wait. And wait. In many cities where it makes more financial sense to rent than own, buyers may simply not be interested. In others, buyers do come along, but they don't have enough money saved for a down payment or their credit isn't good enough. How will you ever sell this house?
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Visitors often say that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but residents of the city prefer to remember the time they spend in Las Vegas. Non-residents automatically think about the Las Vegas Strip when the city is mentioned, but there’s more to this community than the line of casinos and hotels found on Las Vegas Boulevard. While visitors may flock to downtown Las Vegas for the Fremont Street Experience, there are many who make the city their home because they see the beauty of the city beyond gambling, shopping and last-minute weddings.