Rent to Own Homes in Chula Vista, CA

With a population of just over 240,000, Chula Vista is the second largest city in the San Diego metropolitan area and one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. There are almost continuous cultural and recreational activities taking place in this city making sure everyone has something to keep them entertained. With outstanding weather, great schools and plenty of economic growth, Chula Vista is a vibrant community with a great deal to offer anyone. Look here for a property to purchase or rent to own - there are plenty available!

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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91910

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School: Halecrest Elementary
Grocery: Costco
Restaurant: Brunswick Lanes
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91911

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School: Kellogg (Karl H.) Elementary
Grocery: California Finance Oil 76
Restaurant: Vince Jacket Enterprises
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3 Beds, 3 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91911

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School: Valle Lindo Elementary
Grocery: Seafood City Supermarket
Restaurant: Ciao Italian Restaurant
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5 Beds, 2 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91911

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School: Valle Lindo Elementary
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Chula Vista, CA 91911

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School: Loma Verde Elementary
Grocery: Huerta's Produce
Restaurant: Asada Taco Shop
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91913

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School: Tiffany (Burton C.) Elementary
Grocery: Assistiva
Restaurant: Submarina Otay Lakes Subs
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2 Beds, 3 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91914

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School: Liberty Elementary
Grocery: Henry's Farmers Market
Restaurant: Albertsons Delicatessen
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3 Beds, 3 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91914

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School: Eastlake Middle School
Grocery: Fruit Pros Llc
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Chula Vista, CA 91915

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School: Olympicview Elementary
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Housing Statistics


The number of home sales in Chula Vista was 940. The average listing price was $395,241 while the median home sale price was $373,000. The percentage of home owners was 60.25% and there are a good number of rent to own homes available here. The apartment vacancy rate is 10.56% meaning that if you're looking to buy or rent to own, you'll have a pretty good shot of finding a place!

School Systems


The Chula Vista Elementary School District is the largest elementary school district in California and is made up of 45 schools and just over 27,000 students.

The Sweetwater Union High School District is the second largest school district in California and serves over 70,000 students. The district in made up of over 30 schools including 11 high schools, 11 middle schools, 2 alternative high schools, 1 charter high school, 4 adult schools, an occupational program and special education.

For those with an aim towards higher education, Chula Vista has plenty to offer. Southwestern College and Interamerican college are both popular choices.

Due to the demographics of the area, Spanish is a prominent language in the schools making for truly bi-lingual educational opportunities. There has been some controversy in recent years due to the elimination of a portfolio completion program at the high school level but other forms of alternative assessment have met with similar controversy and the school district handled the matter successfully.

Tourist Attractions


You'll be hard pressed to find yourself bored in Chula Vista. There is plenty to keep both the resident and the visitor well entertained. Because of the beautiful weather, outdoor activities tend to overshadow indoor ones. Water activities are also very popular.

This is a city with a great deal of natural beauty, so it's no surprise that this is also a place where the natural world plays a large role in entertainment. The Chula Vista Nature Center is one such place. This attraction has underwater viewing centers to enhance your viewing pleasure. The most popular creatures here are the sea turtles and the sharks. The hands on activities make this fun for the whole family.

If you are just looking for some good old-fashioned water park fun, visit Aquatica. The water slides, waves and buckets of water falling on you will liven up your weekend. There are even special areas for families with toddlers so the little ones can safely enjoy the fun.

The Chula Vista Third Avenue Village is always worth a visit. Hands-on activities, walking tours, gardens, farmers markets and festivals made this the heart of Chula Vista and a great place to hang out whenever you have the time.

Neighborhoods

There are over 57 separate neighborhoods in Chula Vista. While a large part of this division is merely real estate and political designations, there are a few differences between the primary neighborhoods that should be mentioned.

Jamul:If you are looking for the money, here it is. This area has a high concentration of individuals in the tech industry as well as upper level corporate executives. It's family friendly and there are great schools. The houses are huge and the people laid back and relaxed when away from work.

Otay Ranch:This is a great area because of the ease with which you can move from one place to another. It's described by many as being almost like an expressway but with moderately priced living accommodations. You will find nice apartments, condos and homes here. Just be careful crossing Otay Lakes Road!

Cockatoo Grove:The people here are as cool as the name! This is a great neighborhood where you find a lot of mid to upper management types along with their families. The schools are great in this area and there is a lot in the way of choice.

Terre Nova:This area has good school, a family friendly environment and great parks. It's where a lot of sales manager and low level executive types live while they claw their way up the corporate ladder.

Eastlake Greens:This area has it all! Great schools, chopping centers, restaurants and places to just kick back and relax. You will find plenty of moderately priced family homes here as well.

Castle Park:This is what passes for low income in Chula Vista. By the standards of the rest of the country it's positively wealthy. Nice well-kept homes, good schools and an easy drive to shopping centers and hangouts. You will find that demographically, many factory workers, low level executives and college graduates trying to pay down student loan debt live here.