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Article Date:
November 2016


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Tax Code’s Officially Designed “Rent-to-Own Your Home” Program for Investors and Renters


You can realize big benefits with the tax code officially designed “rent-to-own your home” program.

 

This program, known in the tax law as a “Shared Equity Financing Agreement,” avoids many of the problems with the lease option, yet provides similar income-producing possibilities and the same, or better, potential for far less rental hassle.

 

You may have heard the expression, “Let’s get together!” That’s what happens in the shared-equity deal. Both the landlord and the tenant have ownership interests in the home that the tenant is occupying.

 

For the landlord, the shared-equity arrangement produces great results. Imagine a rental property where you have

 

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no vacancies,

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no hassles,

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no management fees, and

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a known and positive cash flow.

 

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