Rent to Own Homes near Tinley Park, IL

  • Fastest Developing Suburb: Tinley has long been recognized for its commitment to economic development and community outreach programs. The town's many recreational parks, which include the spectacular Extreme Skate Park and fantastic White Water Canyon Water Park, help provide a balanced socio-economic atmosphere.

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

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Reasons to Live in Tinley Park, IL

  • Wide Range of Housing Designs: In Tinley, housing designs range from modest to luxuriously appealing. The average age of homes in Crestwood, Oak Forest and Palos Park is 8 years, which is newer than the state's average. The median home value in Tinley Park is 39.6% greater than Illinois and 25.7% greater than the average for the entire country. This means investing in a home in this city has long-term equity benefits, including rent to own houses.
  • Home Buyers Big Break: The median price asked for homes in Tinley is 56% greater than the Illinois average and 64.3% greater than the national average. But, this area also has lower than average rates on household utilities and general services. West Point Drive and Parkside Drive are good places to start your home search.
  • Beautiful Downtown Square: Beautiful Oak Park Avenue is a prime hub for retail shopping, dining and commuting. Its attractive Palladian architecture and ideal location have made it lucrative for property investments. A recent South Street Project calls for a multimillion dollar construction of 220 apartments and 40,000 square feet of commercial retail space in the area. Orland Park and FlossMoor communities are also earmarked for development.
  • The Largest Outdoor Concert Amphitheater: The First Midwest Bank Theater is an outdoor music venue in Tinley that can host 28,000 visitors. Across the street is the Freedom Hall Nathan Manilow Theatre, which is another wonderful local venue to see your favorite musicians perform.
  • Neighborly Pedestrian Shopping Areas: Main Street in the downtown area is a place where residents gather, shop and participate in fun activities in the town square. There is also a therapeutic recreational center--South Suburban Special Recreation Association--for individuals with special needs. If you want to walk to own from a home you own, you'll be in good company. About 81% of people in this area own their home.
  • Place of Mass UFO Sightings: Tinley Park and Oak Forest are witnesses to a series of UFO sightings, which started in 2004. After much publicity the vicinity of the "flashing lights" is now called Tinley Park Lights. This may be your chance to see these "red-orange" spherical objects residents describe.
  • Racing Events at Speedway: Be a spectator as top NASCAR professionals speed around multiple tracks at Chicagoland Speedway. If you have ever dreamt of being behind a 600 power race car, then the Richard Petty Driving Experience is there to make dreams come true.
  • Best Place for Business: The town's newly approved commercial development projects in Cook County are projected to save 57% on real estate taxes. As a result, construction in Bremen and Rich Townships. for example, may qualify for significant property tax reductions. Other business incentives for entrepreneurs include 100% writeoffs on machinery placed in service (under specific rules), to encourage a variety of investments.
  • Rental Apartments for Cheap: This city offers easy access to jobs, relatively low cost of living and a superb location, which draws in many 'out-of-staters.' Some choose rent to own homes or rent to own condos as a flexible pathway to homeownership. Townhouses in spacious Homewood and Richton neighborhoods may be worth pursuing.
  • Memory Lane Historic Artifacts: For history buffs, the Phillip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum has an amazing collection of artifacts and chronicles of American history. Just as fascinating is the Park Forest Local History Archive about 10 minutes away. Look for a home amongst the historic sites; there's currently a vacancy rate of about 2%.
  • Nature Trail Challenges: The Sag Valley trails offer exhilarating adventures for individuals in mid to upper levels of fitness. More challenging is the Swallow Cliff Stairs--for those who dare!
  • The Best Annual Art and Craft Displays: Benches on the Avenue is an art fair visited by thousands of art enthusiasts. Another favorite is the Tall Grass Arts Association Gallery, one of the oldest outdoor art fairs in Chicagoland.
  • Healthy Living Promotions: Tinley aggressively implements healthy living principles. Promotion of green concepts is seen at Tinley Park Farmer's Market and Forest View Farms, as well as through extensive recycling programs. Want to rent in an area all-about health? You will be in good company, since about 17% of people here rent.