Rent to own Homes in Colorado

Named the "Centennial State" because it achieved statehood in 1876 - 100 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence - Colorado is synonymous with canyons, mountains, forests, deserts, and open space. The state was slow to develop at first, but events such as the Colorado Gold Rush and the Silver Boom in the later part of the 19th century attracted residents who settled in the state alongside earlier Mexican, Spanish, and European settlers who already called Colorado home.

Colorado still boasts some of its industries of old, such as mining, ranching, and farming. But its economy includes a wide range of modern-day fields, from aerospace to information technology, financial services, energy, advanced technology manufacturing, and software development. Ranked as the tenth-best state to live in 2018 and 2019, Colorado, which covers an area of 103,641.89 square miles, only had an estimated 5.75 million residents in 2019. If you decide to move to Colorado, there's a lot of space to go around, and you won't have to share it with a very large population.

Colorado is a great place for affordable rent-to-own homes! With a median household income of over $75,231 and a median rent of $1,335, the Colorado rent-to-own market is more affordable than the traditional housing market which has shown tremendous growth across the U.S. and with it, aggressive competition for home purchases. With the current housing shortage trend it can make it harder to become a homeowner, including in Colorado. This means higher than average down payments for homes and higher qualification standards for conventional home loans. With a rent-to-own property, tenants are also buyers. You can live in the house for a set amount of time before you purchase it, meaning that you get to know the house, your neighbors, and your community before making the final purchase. This enables you and your family to make the right choice based on both information and experience. Rent-to-own is also a great alternative way to get into a home if you have bad credit or don't have enough saved for a down payment.

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

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5 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Delta, CO 81416
2,136 Sqft | Built in 2008
1 of 27 1901 Clear Creek Dr. Unit E-104
1 Bed, 1 Bath
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Multifamily (2 - 4 Units)
Georgetown, CO 80441
675 Sqft | Built in 1973
1415 83RD AVE
3 Beds, 3 Baths
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Single Family Home
Greeley, CO 80634
3,286 Sqft | Built in 1907
14601 E HAMPDEN PL
10 Beds, 6 Baths
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Meadow Hills
Single Family Home
Aurora, CO 80014
4,691 Sqft | Built in 1974
1 of 33 1405 S 11TH AVE
2 Beds, 3 Baths
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Townhouse/Condo
Sterling, CO 80751
1,483 Sqft | Built in 1973
1 of 14 24403 MAIN ST
2 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Elbert, CO 80106
1,057 Sqft | Built in 1978
1 of 35 506 LOVELAND AVE
2 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Flagler, CO 80815
1,100 Sqft | Built in 1920
1 of 18 552 1ST AVE
1 Bed, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Deer Trail, CO 80105
699 Sqft | Built in 1921
Rent to own homes offer low monthly payments and flexible terms
1 of 21 222 CHANEY ST
4 Beds, 3 Baths
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Single Family Home
Paoli, CO 80746
2,128 Sqft | Built in 1993
706 CHERRY LN
3 Beds, 2 Baths
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Sunnyheights
Single Family Home
Pueblo, CO 81005
1,554 Sqft | Built in 1955
1 of 40 80 NOLAN ST
3 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Genoa, CO 80818
2,712 Sqft | Built in 1965
1 of 28 310 MAIN ST
4 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Arriba, CO 80804
1,748 Sqft | Built in 1908
1 of 8 43 BETH DR
3 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Brush, CO 80723
1,581 Sqft | Built in 2002
1 of 29 412 E 8TH ST
4 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Flagler, CO 80815
794 Sqft | Built in 1975
1 of 25 418 n 2nd street
3 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Manassa, CO 81141
1 of 7 339 E DENVER ST
4 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Holyoke, CO 80734
2,267 Sqft | Built in 1908
1 of 11 104 S PHELAN AVE
2 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Holyoke, CO 80734
1,655 Sqft | Built in 1923
1 of 11 1420 RICE AVE
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Pueblo, CO 81004
1,180 Sqft | Built in 1900
1 of 39 702 N 4TH ST
1 Bed, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Sterling, CO 80751
1,216 Sqft | Built in 1919
1 of 26 420 E 4TH ST
4 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Julesburg, CO 80737
1,251 Sqft | Built in 1922
1 of 20 2300 mt. werner circle 329/330 qii
2 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
1 of 26 1029 E 5TH ST
4 Beds, 1 Bath
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East Side
Single Family Home
Pueblo, CO 81001
1,411 Sqft | Built in 1918
1 of 25 215 CUSTER ST
2 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Brush, CO 80723
1,028 Sqft | Built in 1927
1 of 25 10802 TWIN SPRUCE RD
1 Bed, 1 Bath
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Coal Creek Canyon
Single Family Home
Golden, CO 80403
400 Sqft | Built in 1938
1 of 28 122 WHALEN AVE
2 Beds, 2 Baths
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Townhouse/Condo
Cripple Creek, CO 80813
39,950 Sqft | Built in 1996
1 of 39 404 ELWOOD ST
2 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Sterling, CO 80751
2,268 Sqft | Built in 1947
1 of 26 1017 PLUM AVE
2 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Lochbuie, CO 80603
980 Sqft | Built in 1978
1 of 28 145 JCR 17A
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Walden, CO 80480
1 of 14 416 CLIFTON ST
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Brush, CO 80723
870 Sqft | Built in 1908
1 of 30 112 N CATALPA ST
3 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Manzanola, CO 81058
1,668 Sqft | Built in 1908
603 S MELDRUM ST
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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University North
Single Family Home
Fort Collins, CO 80521
1,218 Sqft | Built in 1900
(Undisclosed Address)
4 Beds, 3 Baths
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Briargate
Single Family Home
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
3,268 Sqft
(Undisclosed Address)
2 Beds, 1.5 Bath
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Single Family Home
Colorado Springs, CO 80911
1,138 Sqft | Built in 1960
1 of 29 22680 county road j.2
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
San Pablo, CO 81152
1 of 25 245 B AVE
3 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Limon, CO 80828
1,436 Sqft | Built in 1904
718-36 3/10 Rd
3 Beds, 3 Baths
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Single Family Home
Palisade, CO 81526
2,164 Sqft | Built in 1905
1 of 25 316 POWARS AVE
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Swink, CO 81077
1,220 Sqft | Built in 1929
1 of 13 25376 COUNTY ROAD T.5
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Brush, CO 80723
792 Sqft | Built in 1909
1 of 36 380 CALIFORNIA ST
4 Beds, 2 Baths
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Single Family Home
Sterling, CO 80751
1,819 Sqft | Built in 1976
910 J ST
2 Beds, 1 Bath
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Townhouse/Condo
Salida, CO 81201
1,120 Sqft | Built in 1961
1 of 31 610 s alton way
1 Bed, 1 Bath
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Windsor
Single Family Home
Denver, CO 80247
1 of 12 9315 e center avenue
1 Bed, 1 Bath
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Windsor
Single Family Home
Denver, CO 80247
1 of 6 4520 W ALASKA PL
3 Beds, 1 Bath
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Westwood
Single Family Home
Denver, CO 80219
1,322 Sqft | Built in 1926
1 of 20 1512 ALTA ST
2 Beds, 1 Bath
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Single Family Home
Trinidad, CO 81082
1,121 Sqft | Built in 1916
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Rent to own Homes in Cities Near Colorado

Median Home Price in Colorado

Median Rent in Colorado

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Average Cost of Living in Colorado

If you look at the average cost of living in Colorado in general, it appears to be less affordable than other states. The overall cost of living is 21.2% higher than the national average. Groceries, housing, and transportation are all above average. But there are plenty of affordable cities. For example, Akron's cost of living is 20.4% below other states, and Fort Morgan's is 18.6% less than the average and is cheaper in every category across the board. Cost-conscious people can find an affordable city to move to in Colorado without digging too deep.

Average Home Prices in Colorado

There's a variety of housing types and price ranges in Colorado. The median home price in the state is $384,000, which is 66.1% above the U.S. average, but there are options well above and below that number across the state. In a hot spot like Aspen, the median price tag for a home is more than $1.6 million, while in Sugar City, an average house will cost you $67,000. If you're moving to Colorado, you can choose a city where housing prices are low, but if you need to be near a specific area where homes are expensive, check out the surrounding locales, and you're sure to find a spot with affordable housing nearby. Either way, Colorado is an excellent choice if you're looking for a state with affordable rent-to-own options.

Colorado Statistics

If you're interested in Colorado rent-to-own homes, don't forget to consider important factors in addition to monthly living costs, such as average commute, taxes, crime rates, etc. The following are some common Colorado statistics compared to the U.S. national average.

Colorado Averages National Averages
One-Way Commute 25.2 minutes 26.4 minutes
Violent Crime 21.6 22.7
Property Crime 39.7 35.4
Unemployment Rate 3.1% 3.9%
Income Tax Rate 4.6% 4.6%
Air Quality 62 58
Water Quality 80 55
Median Household Income $59,448 $53,482
Median Property Taxes $2,241 $2,200
Utilities $330/month $112/month
Monthly Rent $1,190 $1,470
Median Home Cost $384,000 $231,200
Median Home Age 31 years 40 years

Popular Colorado Cities

Aspen - Ask someone what comes to mind when they hear the words "Aspen, Colorado," and they'll tell you they're thinking skiing. While the resort town is a hotspot for skiers the world over, many outsiders and Coloradans visit Aspen throughout the year to take advantage of its fresh air, hiking and biking opportunities, fishing, theatre, mountain climbing, and its beautiful greenery. People stay in the city for months without getting bored.

Denver - The Mile High City is the largest in Colorado, with an estimated population of 727,211 in 2019. In addition to being a great place to live, Denver has a lot of fun attractions, which is why more than 31 million people visited the city in 2017. World-class malls, a vibrant historic downtown district, shopping outlets, the Denver Zoo, botanical gardens, museums, breathtaking views, and so much more are available to both year-round residents and tourists.

Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs is the second-largest city in the state, with an estimated 478,221 residents - an increase of nearly 15% since 2010 - calling it home in 2019. More than 20 million tourists visited the city in 2017, spurring its $1 billion tourism industry, which provides more than 17,000 jobs for its residents. People come for a variety of fun or relaxing activities and popular attractions, such as zip-lining across the Royal Gorge, a train ride through the Rockies with an onboard restaurant, and a host of other activities and entertainment for people of all ages.

Popular Amenities and Attractions in Colorado

Even if you aren't into the outdoors, Rocky Mountain National Park is an amazing place to visit. Over 4.5 million people stopped by the park in 2018. The number has been increasing since its inception more than 100 years ago. Encompassing 415 square miles, there's an endless number of trails for hiking, biking, sightseeing, animal watching, and relaxation.

Mesa Verde National Park is one of the most fascinating spots in Colorado. The nearly 1500-year-old location that the Ancestral Pueblo people called home for 700 years contains thousands of archaeological sites and hundreds of "cliff dwellings." In addition to the museum, wildlife, and an endless number of artifacts, visitors can enjoy camping, lodging, and dining at the park.

More than 85 million people visited Colorado and spent $22.3 billion in 2018. But why settle for visiting this great state when you can make it your permanent residence? If you're thinking of moving to a different state, keep Colorado and its rent-to-own homes in mind.

Colorado Frequently Asked Questions

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The state tax rate is 4.55% on top of the federal tax rate of 10 to 37%.

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