Rent to Own Homes near Maywood, CA

Top 6 Reasons to Live in Maywood, CA

  • Maywood, a small town just 20 minutes from Los Angeles, was incorporated in 1924. Since then, it's grown by leaps and bounds, though it still retains a small town appeal. With four shopping centers, Slauson Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard are the happening spots in this community. The Maywood Riverfront Park is a popular place for recreational activities, such as baseball, and it served as the home of the Golden State Baseball Association during the 1950s.

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  • Conveniently located! Basketball fans may find their loyalties divided between the Lakers and the Clippers, but everyone stands united behind the Maywood Buzz. The local Dial-A-Bus service will drop you to the Maywood Center to see them play. Remember to collect your pass from City Hall.
  • For gourmets and gourmands! King Taco on Atlantic Boulevard brings authentic Mexican flavor to the local food scene. Locals swear by its tacos, tamales, and burritos. If you feel like sampling Asian fare, then check out the subtle flavors of Japanese cooking at Yoshinoya on Slauson Avenue.
  • Parks with a view! The Maywood Riverfront Park offers a scenic view of the Los Angeles River and opportunities for bird watching. The historic Atlantic Bridge, constructed in 1931, is a two-mile hike upstream from this park that also has basketball and handball courts. Pixley Park is located on 56th Street, conveniently located for folks on the western side of city.
  • Learning and fun in equal measure! Imbibe all the knowledge that you can at the Maywood Cesar Chavez Library on Slauson Avenue; it offers free Wi-Fi and has an impressive collection of books. The Maywood Street Fair is an annual party that brings the city to life on Memorial Day weekend. West Pleasant Avenue gets a festive makeover for the fair, and locals come out to enjoy food, drinks, and music.
  • Low rents! The rents in Maywood neighborhoods are lower than 70 percent of the neighborhoods in California, and with 71 percent of the properties being rented, you can easily find a house of your liking in an area of your choice. Find a rent to own home near Atlantic Avenue, the shopping hub. The Atlantic Center Mini Mall on this avenue is ideal for an afternoon of shopping followed by replenishment of calories lost at Lucero Bakery on Slauson Avenue.
  • Low property taxes! Low property tax rates coupled with the healthy job growth rate of 33.7 percent is an attractive proposition for home buyers. Find some available homes along Loma Vista Avenue and Palm Avenue.