Lease Options - Posted by RickNJ

Posted by chris on January 24, 2000 at 13:25:04:


You can read up on lease options at the articles section of this website.

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That should give you an idea if this is something that will interest you. Come back if you have any questions after checking this info out.

-Good Luck, Chris

Lease Options - Posted by RickNJ

Posted by RickNJ on January 24, 2000 at 13:09:55:

Hi, I’m extremely new to RE and have some basic questions.

Does anyone have any suggestion how to go about learning lease options ? I have an opportunity where the owner owns the house outright and is in limbo about selling. He is well off and seems to be extremely flexible. What would be the best strategy to purchase this house. I am looking to purchase the property for my personal living place.

Any suggestions from the pros would be greatly appreciated !

Re: Lease Options - Posted by Phillip

Posted by Phillip on January 25, 2000 at 23:56:09:

Your very best option would be to think seriously about purchasing the Bronchick’s Course on Lease Options. It is chuck full of good advice and fosters a legalistical way of looking at deals while creating a strong protective paper trail to save the deal once it is made. It will also help you to stay out of court.
There is a lot of “how to do it” information, sample newspaper ads, forms etc. It is worth the money.

Re: Lease Options - Posted by JohnB_NJ

Posted by JohnB_NJ on January 24, 2000 at 22:51:00:


Drop me some email. If you reside near me, I can loan you a L/O book or two.