Are You A Tenant Wanting To Purchase A Home? | The Realty Medics

Are You A Tenant Wanting To Purchase A Home?

If you are a tenant who is thinking about buying a home in 2018, please call us as soon as possible so we can strategize!

Buying a home is so exciting. However, we often find that our tenants do not thoroughly understand their current leases’ notice provisions and end of lease obligations. This can cause some confusion and frustration, so before you move forward buying a home, please call us first.

Here are a few things to think about if you are a tenant thinking about buying a home:

1.  We can help you buy a new home in the Orlando and Central Florida Area.

The Realty Medics can help you buy your new home? By coordinating all of your real estate needs under one roof, we can help you review your current lease provisions, handle communication with your landlord, negotiate your new home purchase and try to align all of these dates and tasks as much as possible so that you have a smooth and seamless move out and move in.

We know your lease provisions (we drafted them!); we know your landlords and their expectations and we know the Orlando real estate market (15 years in the business and counting). Let us help you!

2.  As a tenant, you must follow the breaking your leases ADDENDUM

If you are still in the initial term of your lease, your breaking the lease fee and notices are listed in the lease addendum’s.

If you are in the month to month phase (after your initial term expires), we may be able to help sooner.

Please read these provisions before you get into a purchase contract or a new lease agreement. By knowing your lease, this will reduce a lot of stress later.

Give us a call if you are unsure; let’s review together to prevent any misunderstandings.

3.  Tenants also have end of lease obligations.

Once again, look to your Lease Agreement. You will see an end of lease section that discusses professionally steam cleaning carpets, professionally cleaning the home, turning the home back to its original state, turning over all keys, and more.

You are responsible for maintenance and utilities through the end of the lease term, even if you move out early. Utilities must remain on in the home in your name through the last date on the lease.

If you are leaving the property vacant for a long time, be sure to notify your property manager and, perhaps, a neighbor so that they can look out for the property in your absence.

4. It is not too early to call your property management company!

So, if you are a tenant who’s thinking about buying a home, call us as soon as you know of your plans or desire to move!

The more time you give us, the better we can strategize so that we meet your needs and your landlord’s needs. We can refer you to excellent lenders, can help you find a new home and help the landlord find a substitute tenant. We can help all parties get on the same page. The more time you give us, the better.

If you use us as your realtor, we can provide up to $1,000 buyer credit when you close on your new home!

Moving can be an exciting and a stressful time – we understand and are here to help you. By planning ahead and working together, we are confident that we can help you make as smooth a move as possible.

Thank you! We look forward to helping you with all of your leasing and home buying needs in 2018!