Rent to Own Homes near Kissimmee, FL

  • Golf courses aplenty! Just as in most other sunny states, golf is a big deal here, so there are more than a dozen courses to play on. Just a few examples include Crane's Bend at Orange Lake Resort, Falcon's Fire Golf Club and Kissimmee Bay Country Club.

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Top 14 Reasons to Live in Kissimmee!

  • Swimming! When you want to cool off in Florida, it makes sense to find some water you can play in. The Bob Makinson Aquatic Center makes this easy, since it features pools, diving boards, water slides and more. Plus, the beaches of Florida, such as Melbourne Beach and Fort De Soto, are only a little over an hour away!
  • Parks galore! This city is full of places for residents to play and enjoy the sun's rays. Just a few of the parks here include Mill Slough, Brinson and Quail Hollow.
  • Popular attractions! At Gatorland, you can get close to alligators, crocodiles and other reptiles you might not normally see. You can also take a train ride through the park or - if you're a little more adventurous - take a zipline through it! Another popular attraction in this city is FunSpot USA, which has a roller coaster and lots of other thrill rides.
  • Great location! When you live in Kissimmee, you're only about a half hour from Orlando and you know what that have fast access to the Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld!
  • Old Town! Head here to find a variety of shops, eateries and things to do, all within a few streets near Highway 192. The weekly Saturday Nite Cruise lets you see classic cars up close and the Ferris wheel, haunted house and other attractions tend to appeal to people of all ages.
  • Abundant restaurants! Just a few of the eateries to choose from include Bahama Breeze Island Grille, Beef O' Brady's, Colorado House of Beef and Bamboo Court. No matter where you end up eating, you can top off your dinner with a cold treat from Abracadabra Ice Cream Factory.
  • Shopping! One of the major destinations here is Osceola Square Mall, but if you'd prefer an open-air shopping center, check out the Loop/Loop West. If it's antiques and collectibles you're looking for, you might enjoy Lanier's Historic Downtown Marketplace.
  • Citywide events! This is a friendly city that encourages residents to get together and celebrate at any time of year. If you want to watch a movie outside with your neighbors, attend the Movie in the Park at Lakefront Civic Lawn. You can also try out a variety of foods at the Food Truck Bazaar held at Kissimmee Civic Center.
  • Newer housing! If your goal is to get a home that's still in pretty good shape, you'll love shopping for a house here. The average age of homes is about 19 years, compared to the U.S. average of 35. Look for houses near Henry Partin Road and Neptune Road if you want to see some nice options.
  • Affordable homes! The median home value in this city is about $181,000, which is much cheaper than the average in Florida and even in the US. Areas like Intercession City and Celebration are popular for homebuyers and renters alike.
  • Plenty of renters! About 43% of the homes here are renter occupied, so if you're thinking of renting in Kissimmee, you're certainly not alone. You can find rental homes and rent to own houses in areas like South Port and Poinciana.
  • High vacancy rate! It shouldn't take long to find the home of your dreams here, since the vacancy rate is about 21%. Look for rental properties, homes for sale and rent to own homes in neighborhoods like Campbell and Reunion.
  • Reasonable rent! Whether you plan to rent or rent to own, you'll be pleased to know that the median rent here is about $960, which is a little lower than Florida's average. Osprey Lane and Boggy Creek Road have lots of homes of all sizes for renters and buyers alike.