Rent to Own Homes in Hialeah, FL

Hialeah, with a population of 225,000, is one of Florida's hidden gems. It is a city that continues to grow into being one of the strongest areas for employment in the Miami metropolitan area. Hialeah also has one of the strongest bases for mom-and-pop stores, such as Tommy's Tuxedos and Moondrops. These shops successfully compete against the major retail chains. Still, major retail chains also perform well here, and many can be found at The Westland Mall. Hialeah is known as The City of Progress. If you are looking for a diverse city that is growing in terms of businesses and residents, you will enjoy living in Hialeah.

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Housing Statistics

The cost of living is a bit higher than some areas of the country, though you can still find rental houses at reasonable prices. If you want to rent to own, the average cost is $950 per month. If you are looking to buy outright instead, youre looking at average costs of $220,000. Most homes are valued at about $130,000. About 70 percent of residents own their homes, leaving less than 30 percent to rent. The vacancy rate for homes is less than 10 percent on average. Most of the properties are single-family homes that are not too old, as they were built between the 1940s and the 1970s. Due to Hialeahs growth, you should have no problem finding rental homes here.

Arts and Culture

Hialeah is rich in diverse culture. There are museums and activities that appeal to just about everyone, as well as a number of recreational and educational programs for children, families and senior citizens. There are cultural arts theaters, 15 parks, two tennis centers, a number of sport leagues, and activities for the city's most youthful residents. The Art on Pal Festival, Eggstravaganza, Santas Snow Blast and the famous 4thof July celebration are all important to Hialeah residents. You can also visit the Amelia Earhart Park, which is a memorial to the famous female pilot. The newly developed Milander Park features a municipal auditorium, a 10,000-seat football stadium and a range of art exhibits. It also provides live entertainment and a bunch of interactive activities.

Local Sports

There are many local youth sports opportunities, including the Recreation Soccer League and the City of Hialeah Flag Football, Recreational Basketball League, Girls' Volleyball, and Co-Ed Volleyball programs. For competitive sports, you'll find Fast Break Basketball, Hialeah Youth Soccer League, and the NFL Flag Football League. The Hialeah Park Race Track, featuring quarter horse races, provides betting fun. Not only is there a race track here, but you'll also find casinos in this city. The area also hosts numerous pools and aquatic centers, including Babcock Pool, McDonald Aquatic Center, Bucky Dent Aquatic Center, and Reid Pool.

Neighborhoods

Hialeah is a vibrant city on the rise. Here are the neighborhoods you should know about:

Hialeah Estates: The rent will cost you a little more in this neighborhood, coming in at about $1,000 per month. The neighborhood is urban and features easy access to K.C. Park and Lake Hialeah. Goodlet Park is also nearby.

Palm Springs Estates: The area is urban and home to Lake Laurence West and Lake Laurence East. It offers easy access to Sparks Park.

City Center: This neighborhood is densely populated and more expensive than many other parts of Florida, but it's also home to numerous restaurants, such as Las Vinas BBQ, Canton Village, El Centro, and Molina's Ranch.

W 4th Ave/W 69th Pl: This part of town is home to McDonald Park and North Twin Lakes Park, as well as Westchester Point Plaza. Rents average around $800 a month. It's densely populated, urban and known for average work commutes of about 15 to 30 minutes.

NW 79th Ave / NW 197th St: This popular Hialeah neighborhood has average rents higher than the vast majority of other Florida neighborhoods, as well as a vacancy rate of less than 2 percent. Most homes here are occupied by their owners. Though expensive, the area is rich in park land, as it is home to both Spanish Lake Park and Country Lake Park.