You Can Save Thousands of Dollars and Huge Hassles, IF You Can Buy The House You're Renting

Are you asking yourself
"Should I buy a house or continue renting?"
Then you should also
ask yourself
"Should I try to buy the house I'm currently renting?"

If You Buy the House You're Renting

  • You can save thousands of dollars.
  • It can be the easiest and safest way to buy a home.
  • You don't have to move.

And it's not uncommon.

The Ultimate Guide to Buying the House You Rent

• How you can make your landlord happy to sell you the house for less than market value.

• You already know the house, the neighborhood, the neighbors, you wouldn't even have to move.

• Owning is actually cheaper than renting in many places.

• How to protect yourself from being taken advantage of by your landlord

Course is a practical, play-by-play guide of how to buy the house you're renting taught by a geeky real estate agent.

"Tired of renting? Why not buy the home you already live in? The Obamas did."

Did you see this
GREAT article in The Washington Post

"The Obamas became part of a growing trend recently when they opted to buy the house they were renting in Washington."

I got quoted in the article a lot which was TOTALLY AWESOME!

I've spent so much time studying landlord-to-renter home sales, it was great to be recognized as an authority on it.

Be sure and check out my 15-minute tutorial the article links to.

Maybe you can buy the house you're renting too!

Did your LANDLORD ASK you if you wanted to buy the place you're renting?


You don't know if your landlord wants to sell it for market price yet but at least you know they're interested in selling the home.

But if your landlord says they won't pay for your real estate agent - which is common - what are you going to do? What if your landlord wants you to use the property manager as a dual agent? Isn't that risky?

This course can bring you up to speed FAST, if you want to move fast on your landlord's offer.

This course is FAR more in-depth than anything else out there covering the very specialized topic of landlord-to-renter home sales.

In just over 4 hours of video tutorials you'll learn the issues and your options to help make sure you get a fair deal if you buy the house and to help make sure you aren't taken advantage of.

Buying it from your landlord can work out GREAT!

But landlords usually know a ton more about the home buying and selling process than renters. That can put you at a big disadvantage when you're negotiating price and terms with your landlord.

After you take this online video course you'll be able to move forward with confidence knowing you understand the process better than the vast majority of home buyers.

Buying from your landlord can go unusually smoothly. You just need to know where the downside risks are so you can avoid them.

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Do YOU want to ASK your landlord if you can buy the place?


There's no guarantee, of course, that your landlord will want to sell the place to you or anyone else right now but if your landlord will play ball, this course will give you your game plan.

Course Sections

  • How to find good team members like loan officers and real estate agents
  • How to borrow the money
  • How to negotiate price and terms
  • How property managers change your game plan
  • How to use a pre-appraisal to help set the price
  • How to pitch the idea to your landlord
  • Contract terms like a mortgage contingency, buyer inspection contingency, seller credits, if the refrigerator is included, who pays any transfer taxes, HOA or condo association transfer fees
  • A long discussion of home inspections and disclosures so you don't overpay
  • A play-by-play of the closing process so you know what's going on, what's coming up and how to prepare
  • Game plan cheat sheets detail the steps so you can you move confidently toward buying your home

What if my landlord doesn't want to sell?

Even if it turns out you can't reach an agreement with your landlord on buying the place, you'll end up knowing far more about the home buying process than the vast majority of home buyers, whether first-time home buyers or not.

Buying a home from your landlord is quirky, it's different. I estimate that it only happens 50,000 to 60,000 times a year in the United States.

But looking at the home buying process from this weird angle, this landlord-to-renter sales angle, will also give you unique, valuable insights into the normal home buying process that few home buyers have.

If, however, you're unhappy with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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Class Curriculum

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  8. How to Pitch the Idea to Your Landlord
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  12. Conclusion
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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Your Instructor

John Wake
John Wake

John is an agricultural economist who stumbled into becoming a real estate agent when people visiting his wannabe Zillow website (created 4 years before the real Zillow!) started asking to see homes for sale. Bio

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