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Sell Your House "RENT TO OWN"


As of Today, Wednesday, August 10, 2022, We Have 172 People Who Would Like to Buy Property In the Area

You can either listen to the audio about our program or fill out the form below and talk to us in person.

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Here Are The Details About Our Rent-to-Buy Program


My name is David Ambrogio. I’m in bit of a pinch and I need your help. I’ve got some buyers who need a house… actually, I’ve got 172 buyers who need a house.

Here’s the story… I’m a real estate investor and I advertise to find people who want to lease option my properties. Well, as it turns out, my marketing worked amazingly well and I found a lot more buyers than I had houses to sell. So… I wanted to find a way to help these people find a home and to make a little money on all the work I’ve done to find them and qualify them. So I set up this quick web page and started calling landlords like you in the New Orleans area.

My buyers want to live in the area, but they don’t qualify for a mortgage right now. That means they would be buying from you “Rent To Own.”

These buyers can afford the monthly payment and will qualify within 1 or 2 years. In addition, we had every one of them talk to a mortgage broker before we put them on the list. I wanted to know exactly how long it would take them before they did qualify and could take out a new loan and pay off the house.

These buyers will give you full market value for your house and full market rent during the lease period..often even a little more than that.

In addition to that, they tend to take care of the property better than a normal tenant would because they see the property as their own. To keep you protected in the deal, you’ll have a written contract with them that makes them responsible for repairs to the house. So if the A/C unit goes out, they have to fix it, or if the toilet stops up, they don’t call you in the middle of the night. It saves a lot of landlord headaches.

If the worst happens and they do default, they lose their option and you can evict them. The beauty is that the percentage of evictions on this type of sale is way below normal tenant eviction rates, so it’s a lot safer.

By the way, none of this costs you a penny. I’m paid by the buyer.

As far as price is concerned, it doesn’t really matter to me how much you want for your property, but if we try to sell it for way over market value, I won’t be able to find a buyer.

But there is no reason we shouldn’t be able to get you full market value or maybe a little more because the way we are selling it. My buyers are pretty motivated.

So, if you are interested, please let me know. We can talk in person and I’ll answer any questions you have. As soon as you give me the okay, I’ll send out an email to my list about your house. I have sold houses in one day with this list, so don’t be surprised if things happen pretty fast after you get the process started.

Let me know what you think. Fill out the form above or give me a call at the number listed below.

Best Wishes,
David Ambrogio

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(504) 882-3477

We try to get at least $2-$3k as a lease option fee. This is where we make our money so ideally we try to get as much as possible. Additionally, the more we get as a down payment, the more stable the tenant is for you, so it benefits us both.

Less than 30% of lease option buyers will exercise the option to buy once the lease period is up. So, more than likely, they won’t end up buying your property once everything is said and done.

Nevertheless, there are some big benefits to selling your house on lease option terms:

  • It doesn’t cost you anything to fill the property — that’s our job and we are paid by the buyer.
  • You no longer have to lose your mortgage or property tax payment every month since you will offset it with the monthly income.
  • You don’t have to do maintenance on the property – the new buyer/tenant is responsible for all repairs and ensuring the house is kept in good condition. This includes regular maintenance like cutting the grass.
  • You don’t pay for the utilities – that’s the responsibility of the tenant buyer.
  • They don’t call you like regular tenants, so no midnight emergency calls or bothersome renters to deal with.
  • You get a 3 year lease rather than just 1 year as you do for most regular renters.
  • You get a more stable tenant than a regular renter because the people that move in see themselves as owners rather than renters, so they treat the property like it’s their own.

All maintenance and upkeep is the responsibility of the buyer. You’ll have a written agreement with the new buyer requiring this.

The downpayment given by the new buyer is non-refundable. When the lease ends and the person does leave, we’d be more than happy to help you fill the property again with another lease option tenant from our extensive list of buyers.


If you have no additional questions and are ready to go, simply fill out the form above to get started.