RENT TO REPURCHASE
We provide options for those not eligible for the national Mortgage to Rent (MTR) scheme. Existing schemes cap the price of the property and income levels. We have no caps, no conditions just solutions.
Quartech provides options for you to get a reasonable deal for your family; options that help towards a debt free home by retirement age.
Do you need to settle your family home debt with a bank or vulture?
Quartech purchases your home agreeing a settlement figure with your bank, or if your debt has been sold, settles with the purchasing fund. We rent it back to you and grant you a Right-to-Buy from us over a 5-year period. Our Right-to-Buy price is fixed at the start so you know where you stand. You are still invested in the property as you fixed price Right-to-Buy gives you all price changes in the property’s value.
We set the rent at a level that your current income can afford so you get 5 years to clear your credit record and show payment capacity for your new mortgage in the future.
We find that every case is different so please contact us to see if we can help at email@example.com
Warning: Tenancy agreements will be subject to the Residential Tenancies Acts and registered accordingly. You may lose your home If you breach the terms of your tenancy agreement. Your option to purchase the property may also terminate at the same time with no entitlement to repayment of the option premium or any rent paid on the property. If you have any doubts you are advised to seek the advice of a solicitor, accountant or other suitably qualified professional. Quartech is not subject to authorisation or supervision by the Central Bank of Ireland or any other regulatory or supervisory authority and as a result is not covered by the Central Bank of Ireland’s requirements to protect consumers or by any compensation schemes. Quartech does not provide credit or arrange any form of finance. Quartech does not provide financial, debt management, debt advisory, legal or tax advice and the contents of this website should not be construed as constituting such advice. If you have any doubts about the contents of this website you are advised to seek the advice of a solicitor, accountant or other suitably qualified professional.