REACH MORE PEOPLE. 

SELL MORE HOMES. 

your listings, 

seen by more people

  1. Rent My Next Place, in association with Home Partners of America, matches qualified prospects with qualifying MLS listings like yours. 

  2. By connecting with prospective renters, your listing is more likely to be selected for the Home Partners of America program. 

  3. The prospect chooses a listing (possibly yours) and Home Partners of America makes a cash offer to your seller. 

  4. When accepted, Home Partners purchases the home and then rents to the qualified prospect. 

REAL CLIENTS. rEAL RESULTS. 

RENTER QUALIFICATIONS

Home Partners of America runs credit and criminal background checks on every applicant, so your sellers can rest easy about who will be living in the home. 

  • Credit score of 570+

  • Total household income of $50k or more

  • Stable employment

  • No recent evictions or pending bankruptcies

  • Click HERE for FAQs regarding renter qualifications.

 

My Next Place Team are licensed real estate agents operating under the Brokers of NextHome Gulf to Bay. My Next Place Team assists renters in finding homes that fit the Home Partners of America criteria. Home Partners of America then purchases homes to lease to prospective renters.

NextHome Gulf to Bay is a progressive real estate franchise with consumer-focused technology and marketing. Each NextHome Office Is Independently Owned and Operated. The information provided herein is supplied by several sources and is subject to change without notice. The owner of this website does not guarantee or is in any way responsible for its accuracy, and provides said information without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied. 

Participation in Home Partners' program is available solely for consumer purposes and subject to approval. To exercise a Right to Purchase after entering into a lease, a resident must obtain their own financing such as a mortgage loan from a third party lender or pay cash. Home Partners is not a mortgage company, does not have any obligation to provide or arrange a mortgage loan, and cannot guarantee that a resident will be able to obtain a mortgage loan.