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Renting may be better for some people who can't save up enough cash for a down payment and who don't want the responsibility of owning and maintaining real property. It all depends on the needs and desires of the individual. In other cases owning is better than renting.
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Answer "Rent to own" is when you rent an condo/house, and they give you the option to buy it after you rent it for the term of the lease. They will usually give you lik…e 10 to 20 percent of the total amount of money you paid in rent of the lease term, to take off the total cost of the condo/house. Good luck! It's cheaper to just but so weigh your options. Rent to Own and Lease to Own are very similar strategies. There is an option consideration that is paid upfront (typically between 3-5% if an investor, and 2-3 months rent if a one-time seller). This money buys your ability to purchase the house, over a set period of time (1-5 yrs typically), for a pre-negotiated price, and is almost always credited towards the purchase of the house. The Advantages to the Seller are numerous. * No real estate commission to pay (not realtors). * No maintenance problems. * Prompt payment of rent. * All the terms of the purchase are negotiated in advance. * Seller retains all tax benefits until the sale and much more. * Positive monthly cash flow to offset losses For the Buyer * Time to shop around for best financing options * Live in the house before you buy it * Meet the neighbors and neighborhood before making long term decision * Large rent credits (25-100%) for prompt payment You can get more information at www.iLease-a-House.com. They cater to buyers, sellers, and investors.
This is usually set up long before one takes occupancy of a place or takes possession of a car. If it is so, then most (if not all) you pay in rent every month may apply… to the total purchase price.
own because then you can do what you like and not get evicted plus if you plan on having children they can live there when your dead
Renting an apartment is not an investment. Mortgage payments increase the home-owner's equity.
Buying a house is better than renting because when you [purchase a house, the money is going towards something that you own. When a person rents, the money is being given …to someone else and their house payment.
Well, it really depends on where you are at the time. For example: If your traveling somewhere close to home, you'll definitely be better off using your own car. It'll be wa…y cheaper to use your own then it would to pay to rent a car. If your traveling far away from home, then you might want to consider renting a car. If you flying to another state or country, you'll definitely be safer in a car that is being rented. This eliminates of damaging your own car in an unfamiliar place. http://mcallencarrental.org/mcallen-car-rentals/a-mcallen-car-rental-vs-your-own-car/12/28/2009/
if you want to benefit from increase in property value
Depends On The Game, If Its Something Short Like A Film Game Then Definitely. If Its An Open World Game, Like Fallout, Then No. RPG's Usually Are Quite Long So Its Best Not To… Rent These. Games That Have Online That You Want To Play With Your Friends Are Best Not To Rent, However, If You Want To A Play A Game Like Call Of Duty - Offline, Then Yes As FPS Games Are Usually Anything Between 4-15 Hours Long, Wich Is Alot Shorter Than It Sounds. I Personally Wouldn't Recommend Renting Games.
Renting is considered better if your annual rent is less than 1/3 rd of total price and your earning is 2/3 rd of the total annual rent.
It depends on the details. This is really a question that cannot be absolutely answered; you'll have to look at your circumstances and decide which is best for you at this tim…e (the answer can change).
In the short run, yes. However, after buying a home, the home will typically gain value over the years as you pay it off. Not to mention that if you intend to live in the same… home for about 25 or more years, the home will eventually be paid off, but you'll never stop paying rent on a rental home.
Well, it depends on what place do you prefer - a big or a small. A compact or an enormous house. However, I prefer an apartment. It's easier to clean it and it's nearlier …to the downtown. I think here's the time where I should recommend you the site where me and my girlfriend found our apartment. IT's apartmentsarlingtontexas.com and if you want to rent an apartament I strongly suggest it!
no not really maybe redbox
it is because mst of the time they have to travel, and they don't really want to settle down just incase they need to go for an audition far away, or if ou area singer tehn it…'d be if they go on tour. Hope i helpd:D
Can I rent to own a home In Miami, Florida, as I am working, but have no down payment. Willing to pay $1,000 monthly who can help me
I would buy my own. You have a choice on what you get and oftentimes the one your ISP isn't very good quality, and once you own it, you don't have to pay your isp the extra fe…e for it every month
Depending on the location and type of house you would rent, there are many advantages of living in a villa. A villa usually comes with a garden, which gives the tenants the fr…eedom of landscaping it to their own liking. It is the ideal place for a family to live, where children have more space for recreation and learning development. A villa is more convenient if you have more than one car. You would most likely have your own parking space for multiple cars. Most apartments give a limit to the number of parking spaces for each tenant, and you would have to park in a public space which may be costly. On the other hand, newer apartments are regularly maintained and have good facilities for tenants such as a pool, gym, sauna/steam room etc. They are also cheaper to rent. Villas in prime locations are quite costly, and need to be looked after more than apartments. But the freedom and space you get from living in a villa are worth the price to pay for many people.