Rent to Own Homes near Anderson, IN

Top 12 Reasons to Move to Anderson, IN

  • Lots of History: Anderson, located about an hour's drive northeast from Indianapolis, is steeped in history. The area was once home to the Delaware Native American tribe. Much later, Anderson was an early automobile manufacturing hub, with 17 different automakers based in the city. Remnants of Anderson history still remain, including the restored Paramount Theater in downtown Anderson and the 19th century Gruenewald Historic House.

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3 Beds, 2 Baths on E 150 S
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Anderson, IN 46017

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School: Valley Grove Elementary School
Grocery: S B Gasway
Restaurant: Cross Roads Blues Cafe
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4 Beds, 1 Bath on N 100 W
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4 Beds, 1 Bath

Anderson, IN 46011

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School: Indiana Christian Academy
Grocery: Sunoco
Restaurant: Nicks Pizza
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on Ranike Dr
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Anderson, IN 46012

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School: Eastside Elementary School
Grocery: Bob Blume & Assoc Inc
Restaurant: Gene's Root Beer
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3 Beds, 1 Bath on Hillside Dr
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Anderson, IN 46011

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School: Indiana Christian Academy
Grocery: Marsh Supermarket
Restaurant: Nicks Pizza
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3 Beds, 1 Bath on E 200 S
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Anderson, IN 46017

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School: Valley Grove Elementary School
Grocery: S B Gasway
Restaurant: Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on Beechmont Dr
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Anderson, IN 46012

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School: Highland Middle School
Grocery: Sunoco
Restaurant: Ultra Steak
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2 Beds, 1 Bath on W Lincoln Rd
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2 Beds, 1 Bath

Anderson, IN 46011

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School: Cross Street Christian School
Grocery: Jamard
Restaurant: Ultra Steak
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on E Alliance Rd
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Anderson, IN 46013

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School: Erskine Elementary School
Grocery: Ricker's
Restaurant: Montana Mike's Steakhouse
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on Deerfield Rd
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Anderson, IN 46012

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School: Highland Middle School
Grocery: Bob Blume & Assoc Inc
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  • Affordable Housing: The median home value in Anderson for 2013 was $59,900. That compares to a median home value of $74.900 in nearby Muncie and the $169,100 national average. A few of the most desirable neighborhoods in Anderson are the Perkinsville/Hamilton and Moonville neighborhoods. There are even a few rent to own houses in these areas.
  • Great Dining: A few notable restaurants in Anderson include The Nile Restaurant and Garfield's Restaurant and Pub. Other local favorites include Wing On Inn, Gene's Root Beer and The Toast Cafe.
  • Low Property Taxes: Property taxes in Anderson are lower than the state average. The average Anderson homeowner pays $913 in property taxes annually. This compares to $1,408 per homeowner in Indianapolis. A few of the Anderson neighborhoods with single-unit homes include the Scatterfield Rd. and River Forest areas.
  • Abundant Parks: The City of Anderson owns and manages more than 30 parks and recreation centers, including the White River Trail and Funk Park in the downtown historic district.
  • Rising Property Values: The median home value in Anderson for 2013 was $59,900. That's a 4% increase from 2012. Some of the most popular sections to live are the Fairfax and Glyn Ellen neighborhoods. Many areas in Anderson offer rent to own houses.
  • A Thriving Economy: Anderson was named among Forbes magazine's 100 Best Places for Businesses among Smaller U.S. Metro areas in 2007. The area is still thriving today. Among the top companies in Anderson are St. Vincent Health Care System, Hoosier Park Racing and Casino, and Xerox.
  • New Housing: New homes are adding to the diverse array of housing available in Anderson. New home construction projects include Devonshire Court and Paramount Springs. Some structures in these developments are offered as rent to own properties. A high vacancy rate of 17.27% means you can swoop in anytime.
  • Anderson Wi-Fi. The City of Anderson provides free wireless Internet access at hot spots around the downtown area from 10 towers, including those at the corner of Whitner and Main Street, and at the corner of Church and Market Street.
  • The Arts: For a medium-sized town, Anderson offers a myriad of arts and cultural centers and groups, including the Anderson Center for the Arts on West 10th Street and the Anderson Symphony Orchestra.
  • Get Lucky: Hoosier Park Racing and Casino on Dan Patch Circle is one of the top 10 racing establishments in the United States. The venue combines horse racing with slot machine gambling. Stop by the Homestretch Steakhouse for a bite to eat after working up an appetite gambling.
  • Are You Ready for Some Football: The NFL's Indianapolis Colts football team plays at the Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis. The practice sessions are held at the Kardatzke Wellness Center/Macholtz Stadium complex and are open to the public.