Low Cost Low Risk Lease and Option Strategy That Makes Financial Sense

I hope that you heed my advice and avoid using the high-risk sublease-option strategy, which I have written about here. Instead, use a low-risk lease and option strategy, which involves buying a low-cost real estate option on an undervalued single-family house that you can lease at a below-market rental rate. This way, you not only save money on housing costs but also have the opportunity to profit from the property's appreciation in value. The lease and option strategy provides a relatively low-cost, low-risk way to gain control of an undervalued single-family house, without having to incur the cost and financial liability that goes along with outright ownership. And best of all, when you use the lease and option strategy that I am writing about here, you do not have to become a landlord and babysit tenant-buyers. All you have to do is move in and market the house to potential buyers. In the meantime, you get all of the benefits of homeownership— less the tax benefits—without ever having to:

1. Qualify for a loan.

2. Pay a down payment.

3. Pay closing costs.

4. Pay for repairs.

5. Buy any property.

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