Are you not having any luck selling your home?
RescomUSA Properties, LLC can help you!
Some sellers prefer to maintain title and ownership while they are waiting to get cashed out. If that’s the case, we can assign a pre-screened tenant buyer to you that will rent your property while they are preparing for financing.
A Lease Purchase will help you get the most for your home and relieve you of the typical landlord headaches! You pay no commissions or fees with this option.
We are investors with lots of experience in the real estate market.
We’re not real estate brokers, so we don’t take a commission to sell your property.
We aren’t attorneys nor accountants either. Please seek legal and tax advice on your situation.
We’ll make sure you get all the right documents, fill out the right forms, and that everything is handled with the utmost respect and courtesy. We’ll get it all explained to you and make sure you understand the details.
There are a lot of guidelines and laws involved with every real estate transaction, and our goal is always to make sure that we do the best job possible, every time.
We are helping communities and neighbors, one home at a time.
Just fill out the form below to learn about the options we offer.
You can get your asking price (or close to it). No low-ball Lease Purchase offers from us.
Monthly income stream. Let someone else pay your mortgage and increase your equity position for (up to) the next 12 months.
You pay no fees or commissions. Keep the 6% commission in your pocket.
Better quality tenants who take care of your home as if it were theirs. They are tenant/buyers since they are fully expecting to purchase the home within 12 months.
What is a Lease Purchase? A Lease Purchase is simply a lease agreement with the option for the tenant to purchase the property. The tenant/buyer makes monthly payments directly to the seller, and with 12 months is obtaining permanent financing. The Lease Purchase allows you to have your mortgage paid for, plus have extra cash flow every month in many cases.
A Lease Purchase is simply a lease agreement with the option for the tenant to purchase the property. The tenant/buyer makes monthly payments directly to the seller, and within 12 months is obtaining permanent financing. The Lease Purchase allows you to have your mortgage paid for, plus have extra cash flow every month in many cases.
How do I get my asking price? You are offering the tenant/buyer a set price (known as the Option Price) at some future date. The buyers are more concerned about terms than price, so they are willing to pay a premium for your home. You don't have to haggle over the price with the tenant/buyer. They know the price and they is no negotiation.
You are offering the tenant/buyer a set price at some future date. Therefore, a Lease Purchase allows for a tenant/buyer to get the home at your asking price now, while preparing for financing to buy the home later.
I am uneasy about having "tenants" in my house. Will they tear up my house?
The great thing about the tenant/buyer in a Lease Purchase, is that with the complete lease purchase system, they are intent on exercising their option. They realize that they are paying ono-refundable money every month toward the purchase of the house. They don't want to damage something that will be theirs. Often the tenant/buyer may make upgrades or renovations to the property. The difference between just a tenant and a tenant/buyer is that they are proud of their house and they care about it. It is similar to renting a car, vs. leasing a luxury car. If you rent a car, you are not too concerned if you hit a curb or something happens to it. You know you are going to return it and walk away. However, if you put down thousands of non-refundable dollars to lease an expensive car that could coon be yours, you are going to take VERY good care of it.
The great thing about the tenant/buyer in a Lease Purchase, is that they have every intention on exercising their purchase option. They realize that they are paying non-refundable money and rent that does not go towards paying down their purchase option. They don’t want to damage something that will be theirs in the near future. In fact, the tenant/buyer is responsible for most maintenance. We always recommend a Home Warranty so that the repairs are covered.
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