Rent to Own Homes near Ham Lake, MN

  • Ham Lake, MN, got its interesting name from the shape of the lake within city limits. Although the area was first settled back in 1855, Ham Lake didn't officially become a city until 1974. Early farmers thrived on growing potatoes here, but you won't find many of these farms left. The town, which isn't far from Minneapolis, is home to more than 15,000 people spread out over 35 square miles of land.Together, they support a thriving local economy.

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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Ham Lake, MN

  • High appreciation rates! Homes in Ham Lake keep going up in value, so you know you'll be making a good investment if you purchase one. Appreciation rates are twice as high as the national average. When you're ready to look at homes for sale, focus on the area near Lexington Ave. NE and Constance Blvd. or the Lake Netta neighborhood, which have the highest appreciation rates in Ham Lake.
  • Rising home prices! An increase in home prices means you should start looking for a house for sale or at least a rent to own home before they go any higher. Check out the Bunker Lake Blvd. NE and Rte. 65 neighborhood or the Soderville neighborhood to see what's been listed on the market.
  • Fresh air and fun! Whether you enjoy a relaxing round of golf or camping close to home, you'll find a great place for it in Ham Lake. Majestic Oaks Golf Club offers a golf course that's challenging without being too hard of a challenge. The club also has an on-site bar and grill, where you can sit back and have a refreshing drink after finishing the course. Ham Lake Campground has new cabins that combine a rustic atmosphere with comfortable lodgings. You're also free to pitch a tent at the campground if that's more your thing. Campground activities include fishing, canoeing and volleyball.
  • Great dining! Ham Lake has its share of fantastic restaurants to choose from when you want to dine out. At T-Box Bar and Grill, order up some shrimp tacos, a woodstone pizza or a thick, juicy steak burger. The restaurant also offers a huge wine and craft beer selection. Red Ox Cafe is a cozy place that serves the usual diner fare, but it's mainly known for its delicious breakfasts. Order an omelette or a plate of Eggs Benedict and settle into a booth for a great meal here.