- Copy of your drivers license
- Social Security Number
- One month of income documentation (pay stubs or tax returns)
- Previous addresses and landlord contact info
Please email these documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to declining mortgage interest rates and housing values, these days it is a lot less expensive to buy a home. On the other hand, it is also less expensive to rent.
Sometimes deciding whether to rent or buy is easy. If you’re not planning to live in the same neighborhood, city or state for more than five years, renting becomes the more economical option. If you are likely to change jobs or careers and your income might go down, renting is a safer choice. Or if your family needs are changing or will change dramatically over the next five to seven years, you might be better off renting the size home you’ll need over the next few years rather than buying one that your family will outgrow. Other times, you may want to buy, but you are working on overcoming credit or income challenges.
With North Texas Real Estate Group Management, We can take the hassle out of searching for a rent home.