Rent to Own Homes in Georgia

Housinglist.com is a premier resource for rent to own and lease to own homes in Georgia. It allows buyers and sellers to quickly find deals and contact information on rent to own or lease to own houses in Georgia. HousingList.com covers the full range of conventional rent to own homes, lease to own homes, for sale by owner (FSBO) homes, REO foreclosure homes, and pre foreclosure homes. Finding affordable Georgia rent to own homes has never been easier!

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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Lithonia, GA 30058

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School: Miller's Preparatory Academy For Boys
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5 Beds, 3 Baths

Newnan, GA 30265

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School: Newnan Crossing Elementary School
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Decatur, GA 30032

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School: Snapfinger Elementary School
Grocery: Wilson Groceries Store
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Tifton, GA 31794

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School: G. O. Bailey Primary School
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Thomasville, GA 31757

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School: Cross Creek Elementary School
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Valdosta, GA 31602

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School: Lowndes High School
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2 Beds, 1 Bath

Covington, GA 30014

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Atlanta, GA 30312

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School: Hope Elementary School
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Bogart, GA 30622

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Top 14 Reasons to Live in Georgia

1. Atlanta! Two important things happened in July 1996: Boris Yelstin was re-elected President of Russia, cementing the roots of democracy, and Atlanta held the summer Olympic Games, paving the way for a dramatic revival of Georgias largest city. Today, Atlanta is the ninth largest metropolitan area, and the sixth largest economy in the United States. It is also the cosmopolitan hub of the South, with a huge population of immigrants from as far away as Argentina and Ecuador. From picturesque Piedmont Park to hip Edgewood Avenue, theres something for everyone in the Souths finest city. The fact that its also home to rap group Outkast, the Atlanta Braves, and the Georgia Aquarium makes it the city to live in the south.

2. Its still downright affordable! Atlanta boasts New York-level cosmopolitanism at Montana level prices. Thanks to Donald Trump and the mid-2006 construction frenzy, a brand new condo on Piedmont Avenue in hip midtown, for instance, will cost you $200,000. A place near Emory University will cost only a little bit more. In fact, the median home sales price in the city is just a little north of $220,000 dramatically low for the countrys sixth largest economy. Of course, if living in Atlanta isnt your thing, you can get a place in Athens, Georgias classic city, for just a little over $124,000 the median sales price in the city.

3. It boasts the largest aquarium in the world! With 120,000 animals in 8.3 million gallons of fresh and sea water, the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is the largest aquarium in the world. Inside, youll find every sea creature imaginable, including the awe-inspiring Whale Shark, clocking in at almost 30 feet in length. The best part? You can take the MARTA train right to the aquarium!

4. Its home to the countrys oldest public university! Established in 1785, the University of Georgia in Athens is the oldest public university in the country alongside UNC-Chapel Hill. It is also one of the public ivies and attracts some of the countrys finest brains. The fact that its located in Athens a classic Georgian city is just the cherry on top.

5. Its the place where Coca-Cola was invented! The little red can with the squiggly lines in your fridge was invented in Atlanta in 1886 by John Pemberton. Atlanta has since then served as the global headquarters for one of the worlds most iconic brands. Of course, Coca-Cola isnt Georgias only claim to fame it is also the headquarters of CNN!

6. Its the education capital of the south! Besides the aforementioned University of Georgia, the state is also home to two other top universities: Emory University and Georgia Tech. While Emory consistently ranks among the 20 best universities in the country, Georgia Tech regularly jostles with Caltech, CMU and MIT for the honor of the best engineering school in the United States.

7. It is the setting for Gone With the Wind!Georgia is the setting for your moms favorite book and movie Gone With the Wind. Much of the events in the book take place in Savannah and Atlanta two cities that were thick with action during the Civil War, the marks of which can still be seen in Savannahs historic center.

8. It boasts the best St. Patricks day parade outside of Dublin, Ireland! The folks in Savannah surely know a thing or two about having a good time. The annual St. Patricks day parade has become a huge draw for tourists from all over the country. If painting the town green is your idea of fun, you cant go wrong with a trip down to Savannah come St. Patricks day.

9. It has a growing housing market! While the rest of the country struggles to come out of the economic downturn, Georgia seems to be out of the choppy waters. Home prices in the state are growing, particularly in the important real estate markets of Savannah and Atlanta. Greensboro, Carrolton, and Austell have witnessed 15-20% increase in realty prices over the last few months alone, making now the best time to get a place in Georgia.

10. Its a fruitarians paradise! It there are any peaches, peanuts or pecans in your house, you can be sure that they came from Georgia. The state is the single largest producer of those foods in the country, which is probably why it is often called the Peach State.

11. It has gorgeous, peaceful suburban homes! The suburbs around Atlanta arent your average, everyday suburb. They have character: the areas around Dunwoody, for instance, are home to major historic buildings and homes. Instead of dull, flat suburban homes that all look the same, Atlantas suburbs are perched on top of rolling hills and dense forests.

12. Jekyll Island! Right on the eastern edge of Georgia lies Jekyll Island, Georgias traditional summer beach destination. Full of historic sights and landmarks, such as the Jekyll Island Historic District, Jekyll Island Museum Visitor Center, and Horton House ruins, the island also boasts some of the best beachfront real estate deals to be had in the state. If beachfront living in the middle of bounteous nature is your thing, you wont go wrong with a place on Jekyll Island.

13. It has huge, historic plantations: Plantations such as the Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation in Brunswich, Colonsay Plantation in Crawfordville, and the Stafford Plantation Historic District recall Americas historic past. Thankfully, Georgia is full of such historic plantations, and the areas around them make for some of the states most desirable residential properties in the state.

14. It boasts the best weather in the south! Florida is too humid, Texas is too hot, but Georgia is just about perfect. The summer are warm, and the winters are cool with very little snow. The state has many major parks, such as the Piedmont Park in Atlanta and the Skidaway Island State Park in Savannah, so you can soak in the almost-perfect weather.