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In the meantime, let me tell you part of my story...


Back in my early twenties (more than 15 years ago), I was renting a small apartment and pretty much living paycheck to paycheck. I was making enough money to do some of the things I wanted to do, but I couldn't quite seem to save up enough money to afford a down payment and buy my own house.


But I really, really, really wanted to buy a house and finally get ahead in life!


I wish I could say that I miraculously found a way afford a home quickly, but it was far from quick. Maybe you can relate if you're in a similar situation!


Over the years that followed, I slowly but surely disciplined myself and saved up enough money to just barely afford a downpayment on a decent house in an okay neighborhood...


Finally!!


Long story short, I made it my mission to figure out how to "hack" the mortgage system, and that's exactly what I did. I paid off my house faster than anyone else I knew at the time. But I'm getting ahead of myself.


You'll be getting quiet a few helpful tips and resources from me by email in the weeks to come, but the one thing I want to leave you with right now is a "trick" or a "hack" that I wish I knew about back when I was preparing to buy my first home.


It's renting-to-own using the lease purchase method.


Even if you've heard of it before, there are some nuances that make a really big difference.


A friend of mine recently used this method to buy their first home, and they were blown away by how well it worked!


If you're feeling stuck and can't seem to rustle up enough money to buy a house, I definitely recommend you learn how to rent-to-own using this guide...


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    This method works even without a great credit score
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    This works even with a limited time frame
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    Even without much money for a down payment, this still works
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    Avoid the negotiations
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Cheers,


Carla Slater

Editor, GoodMoneyHacks.com


P.S. You may want to read this while it's still fresh on your mind!