Rent to Own Homes near Lowell, MA

  • With a population of just over 100,000 residents, Lowell is the fourth-largest city in Massachusetts and was originally founded in the 1820s as a manufacturing center. These days, Lowell is a beautiful and family friendly city with great schools, good jobs and an always improving infrastructure. Much of Lowell's history as been preserved as well, in the form of its many historic buildings.

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Top Reasons to Live in Lowell MA

  • Housing StatisticsRenting to own a home or buying one outright are decisions every home buyer has to make. The same is true of apartment dwellers. You need to decided between a month to month rental or a more lengthy lease. The more information you have, the more able you will be to find a situation that works well for you and your family.
  • Weather and Climate Lowell weather tends to be warm during summer when temperatures are generally in the 70's and fairly cold during winter when temperatures are normally in the 20's.
  • Tourist AttractionsThe Lowell National Historical Park is one of the most interesting in the area because of its focus on the city's role in the industrial revolution in America.
  • Local SportsIf sports is your great love and passion, Lowell will not disappoint you. There are a wide variety of options at the collegiate level with the University of Massachusetts at Lowell leading the pack. Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Track & Field, Field Hockey Cross Country, Volleyball, Rowing are all available through the University at the Division II level with the addition of a Division I level Hockey team. There are also the Lowell Spinners, a short season affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.
  • Largest Employer and IndustriesLowell has a unique position in the business industry because so many major companies and products got their start here. This is where CVS Pharmacy, Wang Laboratories and Market Basket all were founded. Currently there are a number of business sectors that are thriving with technological and pharmaceutical topping the list, ranging from Motorola and Siemens to Lowell General and the University of Massachusetts.