Rent to Own Homes near Fremont, NE

Top 6 Reasons to Live in Fremont, NE

  • Located in Dodge County, Fremont is home to more than 26,000 residents. As the county seat of Dodge, Fremont is the financial and entertainment hub of the community. As a result, Fremont offers activities for every age group. Youngsters will enjoy the numerous activities like basketball, baseball and dodge ball offered at the Parks and Recreation Department while adults will enjoy a night on the town at the Fremont Opera House.

Check out Fremont, NE homes for sale, and rent to own

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2 Beds, 1 Bath

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: Auction

3 Beds, 2 Baths

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: For Sale By Owner

2 Beds, 1 Bath

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: REO Foreclosure

4 Beds, 2 Baths

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: For Sale By Owner

3 Beds, 2 Baths

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: For Sale By Owner

4 Beds, 3 Baths

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: For Sale By Owner

2 Beds, 1 Bath

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: For Sale By Owner

4 Beds, 4 Baths

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: REO Foreclosure

3 Beds, 1 Bath

Fremont, NE 68025

Sale Type: Auction

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  • Affordable Housing! The median price of homes that have sold in the United States is $211,325 while Fremont is only $110,000. As a result, newcomers to the area are able to purchase more house for their money in desirable neighborhoods like Cedar Bluffs or North Clarkson Street.
  • Good time to buy! Since the economic downturn in 2008, there are currently more than 100 foreclosures for sale. Because the banks want to recoup their losses as quickly as possible, now is the perfect time to make an offer and get a great deal. Rent to own homes can be found in areas like the City Center and E Military Ave.
  • Outdoor Adventures! Get up close and personal with the heart and soul of the Fremont area: the Platte River. From the comfort of an air boat, get ready to get wet and wild as you venture throughout the region. Or, head to the Fremont Splash Station and go straight to the massive waterside.
  • Unique History! Learn about the earliest settlers of Fremont at the Louis E. May Historical Museum housed in a Victorian that was built by the city's first mayor. Located on Main Street, the museum pays tribute to the city's contributions to the railroad industry. Many of the buildings in downtown Fremont are on the National Register of Historic Places, like the Love-Larson Opera House that is now a drama club.
  • Festivals Galore! Every summer in July, Fremont celebrates the city's history on John C. Fremont Day. During this event, patrons are welcome to enjoy a classic car show, food from local restaurants and local vendors selling handmade jewelry and art. For recreation, Fremont has 21-city owned parks that total more than 400 acres of conservation land combined. Try the skate park in Miller Park for an extreme thrill.
  • Foodie's Paradise! Head to The Woodcliff Restaurant with an empty stomach and you're sure to leave stuffed after enjoying a delicious entree of grilled salmon with cheddar mashed potatoes and grilled veggies. For dessert, make a beeline straight for Alotta Brownies to enjoy their legendary S'Mores Bar.