Rent to Own Homes near Rochester Hills, MI

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  • Rochester Hills is situated in the Metropolitan Detroit Area, Michigan, in northeast Oakland County. The city consists of a mostly affluent and comfortable population of 70,995. The township was first established in 1835 and continues to develop to this day. The name "Rochester Hills" is partly derived from the town's geographical location, surrounded by lush, rolling hills.

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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Rochester Hills, MI 48307
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Rochester Hills, MI 48307

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3 Beds, 2 Baths on Dunning Rd
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Rochester Hills, MI 48309

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School: Avondale Academy
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Rochester Hills, MI 48309
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Rochester Hills, MI 48309

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School: Rochester Adams High School
Grocery: Busch's Fresh Food Market
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5 Beds, 6 Baths in Rochester Hills, MI 48309
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Rochester Hills, MI 48309

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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Rochester Hills, MI 48307
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Rochester Hills, MI 48307

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School: Reuther Middle School
Grocery: Food Beverage Oakland Hills
Restaurant: King's Pizza
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3 Beds, 3 Baths in Rochester Hills, MI 48307
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3 Beds, 3 Baths

Rochester Hills, MI 48307

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School: Hamlin Elementary School
Grocery: North Star Produce Inc
Restaurant: Jake's Wayback Burgers
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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Rochester Hills, MI 48307
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Rochester Hills, MI 48307

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School: Brooklands Elementary School
Grocery: India Grocers
Restaurant: Ping's
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4 Beds, 4 Baths in Rochester Hills, MI 48306
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4 Beds, 4 Baths

Rochester Hills, MI 48306

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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Rochester Hills, MI 48306
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Rochester Hills, MI 48306

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School: Long Meadow Elementary School
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  • Housing Statistics Most recently, prices sat at a median of roughly $226,000 in Rochester Hills. Compared to the quarter before it, this shows an increase of $27,250, or roughly 13 percent. When taking last year into account, sales have increased by a total of 19 percent. In Rochester Hills, 72 percent of homes are occupied, 21 percent of homes are rented and 6 are vacant. The median sale price when looking at last year was $160,153. In the last five years, home sales have appreciated a total of 16.5 percent. Homes in the area are available to rent to own, which gives homebuyers a chance to really warm up to their new place of residence and neighborhood.
  • Largest Employers and Industries In terms of employers and industries, Rochester Hills boasts a large number of corporate headquarters in electronic, research, structural engineering, computer technology, plastic injection molding and tool and die. Some examples of major employers are as follows: Kramer Triad Management Group, Columbia Center LLC and The Kresge Foundation. When looking at the town's demographics, there is a high level of both business executives and professional athletes.
  • Tourist Attractions Tourist attractions in the city are plentiful. On Hamlin Road, those interested will enjoy the Festival of the Hills. Every June 27th, thousands of people gather for a fireworks display at Borden Park. This festival is known to be the town's major event every summer. Other attractions include Thelma G. Spencer Park and Beach, where people enjoy a large, 113 acre park on a 38 acre lake, on John R. Road. The Rochester Hills Museum is another exciting attraction, which is the home of the Taylor Van Hoosen family. This museum provides a plethora of valuable information concerning the town and its origins.
  • Weather and Climate In Rochester Hills, residents enjoy an average of 179 days of sun every year. In July, it will often reach up to 83 degrees. In January, it drops to 16. It is a relatively dry area, with an average of 30 inches of rain each year (37 is the average on the United States). Snowfall reaches an average of 32 inches a year, while the U.S. average is just 25. The area will have at least some precipitation 120 days of the year. Humidity has been measured at 50 out of 100 using the comfort index, while the U.S. average is 44 out of 100.
  • Local Shopping The most popular shopping area in Rochester Hills is the Village of Rochester Hills. This is a 375,000-square-foot shopping district in the center of the town. This district makes up its own "downtown" area, and it is the first in Michigan to experiment with the "streestscape" concept. Here, shoppers will find a myriad of local goods and services for a range of interests including home furnishing, beauty, clothing and dining. Also, have a look at A Bud To Go, a lovely neighborhood florist on 1603 E Auburn Rd and visit Annie's Music Store on 2646 S Rochester Rd for all your instrument needs.