Rent to Own Homes in Iowa

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1 Bed, 1 Bath

Omaha, NE 68102

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5 Beds, 3 Baths

Ottumwa, IA 52501

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4 Beds, 3 Baths

West Des Moines, IA 50266

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5 Beds, 5 Baths

Nauvoo, IL 62354

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4 Beds, 3 Baths

Walnut, IA 51577

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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Tripoli, IA 50676

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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Omaha, NE 68110

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Ottumwa, IA 52501

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Grimes, IA 50111

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Top 17 Reasons to Live in Iowa

  • Tour the Amana Colonies! In the central Iowa River Valley, youll find the seven Amana Colonies. Take a tour through the area, exploring the traditional German inns, shops, and restaurants, as well as the five custom museums on the site. The community is fascinating, and well worth a look.
  • Scenic Valley Railroad! The Scenic Valley Railroad is one of the states most popular attractions. Originating in the railroad town of Boone, enjoy the two-hour trip, with a 15-minute dinner and dessert ride, and some beautiful sights along the way.
  • The Great Lakes of Iowa! Just over 200 miles northwest of Des Moines, youll find the Great Lakes of Iowa. These beautiful glacial lakes cover roughly 15,000 acres and offer boating, fishing, and a host of other water-based activities. You can easily find a rental house in the area, and, if youve got kids, a trip to Arnolds Park, an extremely retro theme park, is well worth a visit.
  • Hiking the Loess Hills! The Loess Hills National Scenic Byway is a beautiful and easily traversable 220-mile route that links fields, prairies, forests, and parks across Iowa, eventually reaching Missouri. For nature lovers, this place is a real treat, with a host of interesting plants and animals to observe.
  • Pretty Pella and its Dutch heritage! The pretty little town of Pella is home to a rich Dutch heritage. Be sure to visit during the Tulip Time festival in May when there are a range of Dutch-inspired activities and events.
  • Wonderful sense of community! Anyone who visits Iowa will quickly realize how pleasant, polite, and friendly local Iowans are. Rent to own houses and regular property purchases arent just places to call your own; they are places to invite your neighbors and members of the local community.
  • Small businesses thrive! The capital of Iowa, Des Moines, isnt packed full of large corporations like many other major cities. Iowans take great pride and value in their small, family-run businesses, where the customer really counts and service is high on the agenda. If youre looking to start your own small business, Iowa might well be a good place to settle.
  • Ledges State Park! If youre looking for somewhere to hike or climb, Ledges State Park is a good place to start. Youre not going to find many rental homes there, but you might in Des Moines, just 40 miles away. Pack a picnic for a day trip, and head out in search of some fun on the trails.
  • Get involved in the State Fair! At the end of the summer, the Iowa State Fair gets into full swing, celebrating the states farm heritage in Des Moines. The fair lasts 11 full days, comprising a range of different musical shows, contests, and local foods.
  • The barn quilts! Anyone interested in all things artistic and quirky will find the Grundy County barn quilts fascinating. Thirty miles from Waterloo, about 60 barns are adorned with quilts and corncribs, with more added each year. Make a trip of it, visiting the local neighborhoods of Conrad, Grundy, and Wellsburg along the way.
  • Fab food in Des Moines! If you enjoy culinary treats, Des Moines wont disappoint. There are more than 850 restaurants of all kinds across the city, such as Centro, which serves Italian, and Bistro Montage, which serves classic French cuisine. Visit once, and you might immediately start shopping for a rent-to-own property!
  • Beautiful scenery of the Great River Road! The Great River Road National Scenic Byway encompasses 325 miles of wonderful sights and stop-offs and is well worth a trip.
  • The Bridges of Madison County! Youve probably heard about the book and film, but have you seen these bridges for real? There were once 19, but only six remain, and they continue to inspire an annual festival in their honor.
  • The Waterloo Museums! Waterloo used to be a manufacturing town, but it is quickly becoming a haven for history lovers. Check out the Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum, the Bluedorn Science Imaginarium, Rensellaer Russell House Museum, and more!
  • Explore the villages of Van Buren! Along the Des Moines River in Van Buren County, youll find a host of quiet and quaint villages. The community in this area is generally quiet and sleepy throughout the year, but comes alive during the Scenic Drive Festival in October.
  • The University of Iowa! Iowa City is host to several educational facilities, of which the University of Iowa is the standout. Students will find loads of homes for rent, while the downtown area is home to many of the states best nightspots and shopping areas.
  • The National Balloon Classic! Roughly 20 miles out of Des Moines, youll find Indianola, a small town that hosts the National Balloon Classic each year. Musical performances, races, parades, fireworks and, of course, balloon flights, are all part of the experience.