Rent To Own

The Top Seven Traits Of A Successful Real Estate Investor

This is a repeat of an article we love from Forbes David Green:   Real estate is said to have made more millionaires than anything else. For those who have successfully made money in it, it’s not hard to see why. With so many different ways to grow wealth investing in real estate, there are…

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Should You Diversify Your Portfolio With Housing Stocks?

This is a reprint of a Bigger Pocket Post from Matt Mayre Finding a good deal in the current real estate market can be pretty difficult. Prices are maxed out in most markets and sellers are getting bombarded by offers, many of which are above asking. The science of investing tells us that buying near…

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Lease Purchase Program- lets you pick out a home listed for sale to rent, and buy if you want to.

How Lease Purchase Began  When the Great Recession of 2008 hit, the mortgage market changed forever. Thousands of people across the country wanted to purchase a great single-family home, but were unable to as a result of the tightening credit requirements. Current Home Partners CEO, Bill Young, began strategizing a solution to this problem by providing access to capital that…

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What Does the Supreme Court’s Eviction Moratorium Ruling Mean?

The U.S. Supreme Court recently denied a request to block the CDC from imposing their eviction moratorium—giving the federal moratorium another month of life. The ruling came from a court split 5-4, with Justice Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts joining Justices Sotomayor, Kagan, and Breyer to block the request made by real estate trade…

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Judge Vacates CDC’s Eviction Ban, But Appeal Delays Action

Judge Vacates CDC’s Eviction Ban A U.S. District Court judge for the District of Columbia ruled Wednesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s nationwide eviction moratorium is unlawful, striking down the ban and delivering relief to housing providers who haven’t been able to collect rent from struggling tenants for more than a year. But the…

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What are the Security Deposit Changes in the new RTLO

Cook County Commissioners pass new RTLO for Rental Deposits Security Deposit- In January 2021, the Cook County Commissioners passed the new Residential Tenant Landlord Ordinance, also known as the new RTLO.  The RTLO will go into effect on June 1, 2021, and will bring many changes to owners in the 125 cities in Cook County.…

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How Student Loans Impact Your Credit Profile- Need Help?

Student Loans Impact on Your Credit Student Loans- There are a lot of people out there who receive tremendous benefits from student loan assistance. This doesn’t include the 30% of people who obtain one only to drop out of school early, or for our 300,000 waiters and waitresses that have a Bachelor’s degree. It’s certainly…

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Rental Assistance Program For Landlords

Register Now – Landlord Meetup Every Thursday @ 3PM – Next Meeting March 11th, 2021 Rental Assistance Program Rental Assistance is available for landlords. The Cook County Emergency Rental Assistance program pays up to 12 months of missed rent and utility payments and up to 3 months of future rent payments. Payments will be made directly to…

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