A program designed for you.

Not ready for a mortgage? We’ve got you covered. With Divvy you can rent your dream home now, while growing your built-in savings for a down payment.

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5 steps from renting to owning.

Rent-to-own, or lease-to-own, programs give you the opportunity to work towards homeownership while you rent. Here's how it works with Divvy.
Step 1

Apply for free in 5 minutes

Getting prequalified is free. It’s quick, comes with no commitment, and doesn’t impact your credit score.

5 minutes
Step 2

Find your dream home

Get your home-shopping budget, then work with our team to choose from our inventory of move-in-ready homes* that you can self-tour.

As little as 2 days
Step 3

Move into your dream home

Since we own our homes, you don’t have to navigate through a typical closing process or do any competitive bidding. You’ll make an initial payment of 1-2% of the home price, which goes straight to saving toward your future down payment**, and get a guaranteed move-in date.

2–3 weeks
Step 4

Start saving for homeownership

Move in and make it home. Your monthly payment includes built-in savings that grow into a down payment over time. (Our program is designed for Divvy customers to become mortgage-eligible within 3 years.)

Step 5

Buy your home, or walk away with savings

Buy your home when the time is right. Change of plans? You can also move out early (with a 60-day notice) and keep your Divvy savings (minus a relisting fee).

How does pricing work?

Pricing varies depending on the home, your initial payment, and your monthly savings.

At move-in
Initial payment

You make a one-time, upfront payment (1%–2% of your home’s value) that goes straight toward savings for your future down payment.

Each month
Rent + home savings

Your rent with Divvy is based on the home’s location, size, condition and features. Your home savings are set aside monthly and designed to build toward your future down payment.

*Your monthly home savings make up approximately 10-25% of your total monthly payment (or roughly .10-.25% of your home’s value). For example, on a $200,000 home, approximately $200-500 per month of your monthly payment would go toward your home savings.

To find out your personal home-shopping budget, get prequalified. It’s completely free, takes 5 minutes, and doesn’t affect your credit score.

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Who’s a good fit for Divvy?

If you can get approved for a traditional mortgage today, we say: Go for it. But Divvy is ideal if…

You could use help saving up for a down payment

With Divvy, savings for your down payment are built right into your monthly payment, so they add up over time. In 3 years (or even sooner), you can afford a 10% down payment on your home.

Your credit score isn’t quite there yet

We accept a minimum FICO credit score of 550—so even if you’ve hit a few bumps in the road, Divvy could be the right partner for you. Once you’ve moved into your home, we’ll pair you with a free credit counselor to help you get ready for your own mortgage.

You’re self-employed or got a new job

Divvy looks at your last 3 months of income when determining your home-shopping budget, which makes us a great option if you’re self-employed or recently started a new position. (Congrats, either way.)

You want a more competitive offer

Divvy gives you the power of an all-cash offer, which sets you apart in today’s competitive market and helps you secure your dream home.

You want to try before you buy

At Divvy, we move fast and our program is flexible. Which means you get into your dream home sooner and – if life changes – you’re not locked in. Who says you shouldn’t be able to try-before-you-buy anyways?

New from Divvy!

Get your credit score (and more) ready for homeownership

Work towards improving your credit score with a program aimed at getting you mortgage-ready. The best part? You’ll have a personalized action plan to help keep you on track with weekly credit recommendations and financial tips built just for you.

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What’s included in your free trial?

Get full access with $0 due today. You won’t be charged until after the trial period.

Your unique homeownership readiness timeline and assessment

Your credit report and credit score breakdown (based on FICO® Score 4 from TransUnion®)

Your personalized action plan with tips to help improve your credit and mortgage readiness

How do I qualify for Divvy?


Here’s what you’ll need to qualify for Divvy:

  • Minimum FICO score of 550*: Even if you’ve hit a few bumps in the road, Divvy could be the right partner for you. Once you’ve moved into your home, we’ll pair you with a free credit counselor to help you get ready for your own mortgage.
  • Minimum monthly household income of $2,500: Adding a co-applicant during the application process may help you reach this minimum. Minimum required income will depend on factors like your current debt levels and home prices in your metro area.
  • Employment history for the last 3 months: Divvy looks for 3 months of steady income, which makes us a great option if you’re self-employed or have recently started a new job.
  • Debt-to-income (DTI) ratio: We look at your debt-to-income ratio, which measures how much of your monthly income goes toward your monthly debt payments. You can calculate this by dividing your monthly debt payments (such as car, student loan, personal loan, rent, and minimum credit card payments) by your monthly income (before taxes).
  • Background check: We run a background check to ensure there are no bankruptcies or evictions in the last 12 months.
  • A valid government-issued photo ID

Learn more about our qualifications here

* Not all FICO scores are calculated the same way—we use Experian as our credit bureau and look for at least 1 industry standard 3rd party model score greater than or equal to 550. Your score through your credit card company or third-party service could appear differently. Our credit requirements are also subject to change at any time.

** We may still be able to move forward if a bankruptcy has been cleared for more than one year.

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