Contact the mortgage home lender that has available foreclosed properties.
Schedule a meeting with a representative of the lender to discuss available foreclosed properties that are available for sale.
Organize documentation regarding your financial status in advance of the meeting with the lender. This includes documentation pertaining to your income and your available liquid assets (cash and investments that can be converted into cash quickly).
Present documentation in support of your financial situation to the representative of the lender during your meeting. The objective of this is to demonstrate that you are capable of satisfying the terms and conditions of a lease-purchase or rent-to-own agreement to buy a foreclosed property from the home mortgage lender.
Tell the lender how you will meet the obligations associated with a rent-to-own agreement to purchase a foreclosed property from that lender.
Negotiate the specific terms of a rent-to-own agreement with the lender that has ownership and possession of the foreclosed property.
Make all rental payments due and owing under the agreement in a timely manner.
Negotiate your own home mortgage loan to pay the balance due and owing on the rent-to-own contract at least 90 days prior to the due date for the balloon payment under the terms of the agreement.
Pay the balance due and obtain full title to the real estate.
- How to Buy Foreclosed Real Estate: For a Fraction of Its Valu, Theodore J Dallow & Don Ayer, 2008
- Rent to Own: Use Your Rent Money to Get Started Owning Real Estate, Robert Irwin, 2007