Thinking of buying  a home and want to know how to rent to own?

There’s nothing worse than the day you sit down and figure out how many tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars you’ve paid toward your landlord’s mortgage!

You know this money should be going to pay your mortgage payment, not your landlord’s but how?

Sure there is a roof over your family’s head but there’s no feeling of security, no pride of ownership, nothing that feels like your own because it’s not truly your home, if it belongs to someone else can you call it yours?

  • Do you ever feel like you’re stuck, like there’s no way to rise above your present situation and become a home owner?
  • Do you cringe every time the landlord calls with a feeling of impending doom that something is wrong? Like you’re a bad girl or bad boy and your parent is calling to scold you?
  • Do you live with someone else’s paint job and decorating because you don’t want to “ask permission” to paint the place that you live in a decent color?

Doesn’t it almost make you sick to keep having to write out rent checks month after month for another person’s mortgage knowing it’s making your landlord wealthy?

WARNING: Don’t Pay Another Cent To Your Landlord Before You Read This Letter

The defining moment…

Is the day you actually take time to calculate the enormous amount of money you’ve paid to landlords in rent and have absolutely nothing to show for all those years of rent payments.

Not only that…

It’s even more frustrating to read stories like the one in Canadian Business Magazine, July…

“Over the past decade, the value of the average Canadian home doubled, and tripled in some areas”.

You know there’s no way the bank will approve you for a mortgage because at some point “life happened”

  • You made a credit mistake in your past or…
  • You were forced to go bankrupt or…
  • You went through a nasty divorce and you were left holding the debt or…
  • You were downsized, laid off, injured, you got sick etc.

There are as many reasons are there are people for why the banks won’t give them a mortgage. My opinion is that if you haven’t had money or credit problems in your lifetime, you haven’t lived long enough.

After reading your book I feel more confident and knowledgeable…”

You’re looking for financing alternatives…

You began by talking with real estate agents and mortgage brokers but they can’t help. Not wanting to give up on your dream, you research the creative real estate ads on Kijiji, Craigslist and other free classified websites.

There is a lot of rent to own, lease purchase and low down ads but everyone seems to have an angle, who can you trust? And what about the stories where people lose their down payment and end up worse off?

As a licensed Realtor® I see many “investors” (I use the word “investors” loosely!) who take advantage of unsophisticated buyers. I speak to people weekly who unknowingly got themselves into bad deals, some really bad deals.

I went from depressed thinking I would never own a home to happy and hopeful again, thank you so much!…”

So I decided to do something about it!

I wrote a book about how to rent to own and the techniques I use to help my hard to finance clients”

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I cover all the creative financing techniques that are legal in Canada

  • Rent To Own
  • Lease Purchase
  • Agreement For Sale
  • Lease Options
  • Vendor Take Back Mortgages
  • Seller Financing

You came to me confused…

Not knowing what to do and you have questions about how some of these rent to own/seller financing techniques work. More importantly how you can take advantage of them and be safe.

I’ll teach you from the buyer’s perspective. I’ll let you know the tricks of the trade, how to keep yourself safe in the transaction and what to watch out for.

You will know all about how to rent to own…

Or lease purchasing and how to structure a deal that’s safe. You will also be able to tell if someone is trying to take advantage of you.

You need to know the benefits of creative financing but more importantly you need to be aware of the pitfalls and not be confused by the smoke and mirrors of the so called investors out there.

This is the real deal!!!…”