Are Lee/Charlotte County Rent-to-Own Homes a Scam?

If you’ve spent time driving around Lee/Charlotte County Florida or browsing Craigslist or other sites, you may have seen advertisements that read, “Own a home for $500/month. No credit check!” While it seems too good to be true, local rent-to-own homes are a viable option that many Lee/Charlotte County residents are taking advantage of. But… Are Lee/Charlotte County … Continued

How Do Rent To Own Homes Work In Lee/Charlotte County?

One of the first questions we get from potential tenant buyers of our local Lee/Charlotte County Florida rent to own homes / lease option homes is “how do rent to own homes work in Lee/Charlotte County?” With a flooded real estate market, especially since the bubble burst of the mid-2000’s, rent-to-own homes have become a popular … Continued

Tips On Renting A Home In Lee/Charlotte County

In today’s article, we’ll take a look at some tips on renting a home in Lee/Charlotte County that you should consider when renting your next home in Lee/Charlotte County. As property values plummeted over the latter part of the 2000’s, many people began to turn to renting. There are plenty of reasons to rent as opposed to purchasing a … Continued

7 Signs It’s Time To Move To A New Home In Lee/Charlotte County

It’s been in the back of your mind for a while, but you don’t really want to admit it. You’ve been thinking about buying a new home in Lee/Charlotte County, though something keeps you from taking the plunge. You can only deny the need for so long; eventually, you’re going to have to admit that … Continued

Understanding Pocket Listings In Lee/Charlotte County

You may have heard (but more likely haven’t) the term “pocket listing.” Either way, a pocket listing, though not all that common, is one more tool you and your agent have in your toolbox for selling or buying a house. While pocket listings in Lee/Charlotte County are more common for higher-end homes, they can work … Continued

The Pros And Cons of Dual Agency In Lee/Charlotte County

Dual agency is an option in some states that sellers and buyers can enter into with their real estate agent(s). While this can streamline transactions, you absolutely must be aware of everything it entails, especially because one party can wind up getting the short end of the stick. So here are the pros and cons of … Continued