Rent to Own Homes near Fayetteville, GA

  • Home to 16,000 residents, Fayetteville is the historic county seat of Fayette County. Located just 22 miles from downtown Atlanta and 15 miles from the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Fayetteville is in a prime location and offers charming neighborhoods, a historic downtown and excellent health care facilities. The city has received numerous awards in recent years, including being named by Forbes as one of the 10 best suburbs for retirement and as one of the best cities for home ownership in Georgia.

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

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Fayetteville, GA

  • A True Buyer's Market! Take advantage of the surplus inventory in Fayetteville. There are more than 300 homes for sale in the city. Because 40.6 percent of homes have sold below their list price, it's clear that sellers are motivated to accept an offer that is below their asking number. Whether you're looking for a rent to own home or a single family residence, check out the neighborhoods of Woolsey and Cherokee Place for a great value.
  • Home Values are Skyrocketing! The median house price in Fayetteville has risen nearly 7 percent in the last year to $186,900. Most importantly, real estate experts predict that the market has not yet reached its peak, and values are expected to increase another 1.7 percent by 2015. The best deals can be had in some of Fayetteville's most desirable communities, like Forrest Ave and Plantation Drive.
  • Numerous Historical Buildings! Built in 1825, the Fayette County Courthouse is an imposing structure of impressive architecture that is situated in the center of the Town Square. Today, the Courthouse has been impeccably refurbished to house the Chamber of Commerce. Other notable sites include the Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House that was built in 1855 and the Margaret Mitchell Library, which hosts the Fayette County Historical Society.
  • Entertainment Hub of the South! In 2014, the famous Pinewood Studios of London opened the second largest film and television production studio in the United States in Fayetteville. Additionally, the city is the birthplace and current residence of famous musicians like Ann Nesby and Zac Brown.
  • Activities for any Age! Head to the Southern Ground Amphitheater for a music concert, dancing and great food. Held the third weekend in May, the Taste of Living History Days brings Fayetteville back in time to the Civil War as re-enactors relive past events.