What Sellers Should Know About Lease Purchase Agreements

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#1 By Hashanna Montalvo at 7/11/2017 3:48 AM

In a buyer’s market a lease/purchase is more beneficial to the seller. In a seller’s market a lease/purchase is more beneficial to a buyer.

#2 By Joe Manausa at 7/11/2017 3:48 AM

That could be true in many cases Hashanna, but in reality a lease-purchase is beneficial to both parties when both agree to the terms.

For tax reasons, a lease-purchase can be very beneficial to a home seller who is selling an investment property, allowing them to defer gains over time, rather than take them right away. Whether a buyers' market or a sellers' market, sellers always like to save on tax dollars!

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