The legal synonym of "Rent to Own" is "Lease with Option to Purchase". It is a contract or agreement between a property owner and a lessor/buyer to lease a property for a certain period of time, after which the lessor/buyer has the option to purchase the property.
They rent and own houses
one place to look is www.irenttoown.com/rent-to-own-boston-rent-to-own-homes
the synonym is alone byself to do ur own thing i used it in my own words
If it is foreclosed then he does not own it. You cannot rent a property that you do not own.
It means to own something but you have to keep paying in debt.
You can find rent to own houses listed in the local newspaper. Online classifieds like Craigslist will also list rent to own houses.
It is good to start with local newspaper for rent to own homes. Also, try out http://www.craigslist.com for a list of rent to own homes in your city/neighbourhood.
let as a noun - encumbrancelet as a verb - allow, enable, rent
For a list of rent to own homes in Miama FL you can visit www.irentoown.com.
Your best bet for rent-to-own homes is talking to homeowners who are selling. Even those who are not advertising rent-to-own may agree to it if you ask them. If they are having a hard time finding a renter, and are also trying to sell the home, they will most likely be willing to do rent-to-own.
People who do not own their own houses or condominia are the most likely to rent apartments. Landlords rent apartments to them.
Rent to own homes persist in every local city and suburbs.
they have their own buildinds
A word cannot be discusses as a synonym or antonym on its own. A word is only a synonym or antonym with respect to another word.
el clasificado or craiglist
i think best buy. I used Rent-a-Center.
Rent to own are $7-10 a week
Yes you can file bankruptcy. However the "rent to own home" is not owed by you and is still owned by the "landlord". You can continue with the "rent to own" or walk away. Bankruptcy is an entitlement to citizens for debt relief
In the case of a car, yes you can. Most car lots will allow you to rent to own a vehicle. In the case of a house, it depends on where you live. Most places do not offer a rent-to-own option. You either rent, or you own. However, things may be different in your area. Talk to a real estate agent.