house 4 sale land contract

house 4 sale land contract

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EJF

Doniphan, MO

#1 Jan 30, 2009
I have a home for sale that I would sale on land contract. I placed some ads on golsn that includes different pictures and contact info if anyone is interested. Thanks
just me

Eddyville, KY

#2 Jan 30, 2009
can you put up a link to the golsn page that house is on? can't find add with pictures
Curious

United States

#3 Jan 30, 2009
Would you negotiate the down payment?
loooking to

London, KY

#4 Jan 30, 2009
i wold love to talk to you about this i rent and its 625.00 a mon so show us some golsn.thank
EJF

Doniphan, MO

#5 Jan 30, 2009
he has gone to show the house now so if anyone is interested in looking at it let me know and will call and let him know more people are wanting to view it. It is located in rolling acres sub.
EJF

Doniphan, MO

#6 Jan 30, 2009
EJF

Doniphan, MO

#7 Jan 30, 2009
I really dont want to do any less for a down payment. We would have to see.
think about it

London, KY

#8 Jan 30, 2009
A person would be better off finding a house and getting a loan through the bank, Most that have land contracts end up losing their home and their money. Wouldn't reccomend this. You could buy a nice home with a smaller payment than that with a low interest rate too. Buyer beware.
ejf

Doniphan, MO

#9 Jan 30, 2009
~think about it~ for you info I am not a buisness or anything like that. It was the first home I ever bought andand first one I have ever tried to sale. I bought it on land contract. But just like I signed a paper if someone doesnt make their payments then yes they will loose it. (2)payments behind. Reason why everything done thru a lawyer to protect the buyer and seller and everyone one is aware of the terms and areements. I worked for everything I have and never took anything or cheated anyone for anything I have. Just making that option avaible because everyone doesnt have perfect credit and can run to the bank.
my op

London, KY

#10 Jan 30, 2009
think about it wrote:
A person would be better off finding a house and getting a loan through the bank, Most that have land contracts end up losing their home and their money. Wouldn't reccomend this. You could buy a nice home with a smaller payment than that with a low interest rate too. Buyer beware.
Interests rates are low right now with the decline of the economy and nice houses are selling cheap. You can get around a 4.5 interest rate at the right bank. Try that first.
DONT DO IT

Greenbrier, AR

#11 Jan 30, 2009
ejf wrote:
~think about it~ for you info I am not a buisness or anything like that. It was the first home I ever bought andand first one I have ever tried to sale. I bought it on land contract. But just like I signed a paper if someone doesnt make their payments then yes they will loose it.(2)payments behind. Reason why everything done thru a lawyer to protect the buyer and seller and everyone one is aware of the terms and areements. I worked for everything I have and never took anything or cheated anyone for anything I have. Just making that option avaible because everyone doesnt have perfect credit and can run to the bank.
I had a land contract for 10 yrs was 10 days late and they tried to take my home--which I retained BUT had to start all over after 50 thousand bucks--PLEASE-- make sure you have an attorney look over the contract FIRST, but by all means try the bank first because I didn't think I could go it alone through a bank--but come to find out I could--AFTER I lost all that money. BE AWARE OF WHAT YOUR OPTIONS ARE BEFORE SIGNING ANYTHING !!
curious

London, KY

#12 Feb 1, 2009
If a person has no credit, it is a good way to buy a home, but would you consider selling it a different way
ejf

London, KY

#13 Feb 1, 2009
I much prefer cash. But i have thought about it and if someone wants it on L.C. then would be ok only gonna use the money to pay on the home I cureently own. But yes cash is great.
friend

Doniphan, MO

#14 Feb 25, 2009
where is the house location we would like to see it but we would like to have it on land contract
EJF

Harrison, AR

#15 Feb 25, 2009
I sold and signed paperwork on it like Feb the 3rd. I do appreciate your interest in it though and good luck finding a home. :)
Jackie

Irvine, KY

#17 Jul 21, 2010
EJF.
Do u know anyone who is saleing on land contract. Do u have another house on land contract.
may

London, KY

#18 Jul 23, 2010
how much
Aleria

London, KY

#19 Jan 14, 2011
I am looking for a 2-3 bedroom house, with 1 or more bathrooms to purchase with a rent to own on a land contract. I prefer a fenced in yard as I have a little house trained peekapoo dog. If you know of anything that will be ready by late next month. Let me know.
sunshine

Greenup, KY

#20 Aug 11, 2011
Is it legle to write up your own contract or does a lawyer have to do it?
Jennifer

Hamilton, OH

#21 Nov 6, 2012
Yeap I just got screwed out of $140,000 due to a Land Contract. I had all paperwork & a high power Lawyer. Did you no a Land Contract is the same as a he sais she said. It is a lesson learned for me and many ppl whom went to make the last payment then Bam. You have to move ect. And THERE IS NOTHING YOU CAN DO. This all boils down to deeds and greeds.

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