Rent to Own Homes near Casa Grande, AZ

  • Spectacular price jumps. Casa Grande recovered from it's 2012 housing low with a jump in median home values of almost 23% in the past year. Values are expected to rise by over 6% in the coming year. The "value" covers the estimated worth of all residential properties, including those that are not on the market, rent to own, and for sale.

Check out over 300 Casa Grande, AZ rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.

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Top 10 Reasons to Live in Casa Grande

  • Enjoying desert air. One of the best places to enjoy a bit of green in the desert is at a city park. O'Neil Park, for example, has grassy fields, two lighted softball fields and volleyball poles. Carr McNatt Park adds a walking track, basketball court, skate park and an aquatic facility to the recreational mix.
  • Discount sales. If the list prices are still not affordable, wait until they go down. Over 36% of listings experience price drops. About 39% eventually sell for below the list price. In metropolitan Phoenix, the price cuts affect a larger 43%. However, only about 21% of real estate is sold below the list price.
  • Enjoying the shops. The Promenade at Casa Grande offers retail shopping, dining and movie theater in one location, with ample parking. If you prefer bargain prices and used goods, the city has several thrift stores including the Salvation Army and Goodwill.
  • Siding with buyers. The real estate market currently favors buyers. Median list prices in Casa Grande come in at $153,000, although transactions settle for a median sales price of $128,400. Talk with a local realtor to negotiate for similar price drops in rent to own homes.
  • Admiring art. If you're an artist or an art lover, you'll find like minded individuals at the Casa Grande Valley Fine Art Association, which holds frequent exhibitions at shows, gatherings and festivals. More permanent displays from Arizona artists are visible at the Casa Grande Art Museum, housed in a 1929 building.
  • More affordable. The median value of a Casa Grande home is $130,800. This is more affordable than the $187,000 median price in metropolitan Phoenix. You should be able to take advantage of similar bargains with rent to own houses.
  • Old and new golf. Aficionados of the traditional kind of golf can find tee times at the 18 holes of the public Dave White Municipal Golf Course. If you're looking for something new, try Disc Golf, which uses frisbees thrown into a basket. Lessons for this new activity are available from the city throughout the year.
  • Cheaper rent. Although rental rates varied widely during the past few years in Casa Grande, the current median is at $881 per month. This is cheaper than the median of $1,000 in Phoenix.
  • Dining delights. Macayo's Mexican Kitchen satisfies your hunger for South of the Border specialties like tacos, fajitas, and enchiladas. For classic American dishes, try the steaks or seafood at Casa Grande Steakhouse. And for hearty pizza and pasta, head for the Red Devil.