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Next Act Properties, Inc.


We provide real estate solutions for divorcing couples.
One of the biggest issues people face when going through a divorce is what to do with the marital home.

Often one spouse, typically the wife (especially if there are minor children), wants to remain in the home for a certain period-of-time, such as when the youngest child graduates from high school.

Unfortunately, it is not always possible for the spouse who wants to remain in the home to do so. They may not be able to buy out the other spouse and/or refinance the mortgage.

Next Act Properties, Inc. offers a solution to this problem by purchasing the home for cash from the divorcing couple and leasing the home back to the spouse who wants to remain in the home (sale-leaseback).

There are typically only three choices of what to do with the marital home in divorce:

  • 1. Sell the home and divide the proceeds after paying all expenses. This often results in additional disruption to the spouses and the children. The children will have to 1) deal with the emotional trauma of their parents divorcing and 2) if the home has to be sold, the children may need to change schools, move away from friends, etc.

  • 2. Have one spouse keep the home (typically the woman, especially if there are minor children) by buying the other spouse out, which is not often possible. In addition, since the spouse not keeping the home will usually want their name off the mortgage - this will almost always require a refinancing which might be very difficult if the spouse keeping the home doesn't have a good credit score, sufficient qualified income and/or has a high debt-to-income ratio (DTI).

  • 3. Continue to jointly own the home after the divorce (usually a bad idea for many reasons)

Next Act Properties, Inc. offers a new alternative that solves this problem by allowing the spouse and children to remain in the home by selling the home and leasing it back for a period-of-time, typically for a lease term of approximately 3-5 years, although it could be longer or shorter.

In addition to solving the above problems, it may also allow the parties to immediately access some of the equity in the home (how much will depend on the appraised value of the home, mortgage debt, lease terms, etc.).