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Mixed Housing Market Signals – Where is it all Heading?
For analysts, let along homebuyers, trying to follow where the housing market is heading these days is an exercise in speculation, doom and gloom, uncertainty, and wishful thinking. The signals in and around housing are contrary to each other, and these mixed messages suggest that no one really knows what can happen. So let’s look Read more…View all blog posts
Real Estate Wealth – the non-sexy way
Today I want to share with you a really simple way to make excellent returns from real estate with minimal headaches… in fact, no headaches at all. You will never have to manage properties or clients or worry about market conditions or anything like that. But I’ll warn you right now: there is nothing exciting Read more…View all blog posts
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What happens if the client is late in their lease payments?
If the lease payment is late by one or more days, there is an immediate $200 fee to be paid. Failure to make the lease payment and the late penalty fee will result in a deduction of this amount – along with other related expenses – from the client’s Purchase Option Credit. As per our agreement with the client, if payment is not received within five (5) days of the lease payment due date, an eviction process begins. Should this occur, the client is in breach of their agreement resulting in the loss of their Purchase Option Credit and the ability to repurchase the home.View all FAQ's