Rent to Own Homes near Jackson, MS

Top Reasons to Live in Jackson MS

  • Jackson is the capital city of Mississippi. Steeped in history, the city is named after the seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. Jackson is the largest city in Mississippi, with a population of approximately 175,000. Despite a recent decline in population, Jackson has received many accolades as one of the best cities in America, including being called "one of the best metro areas where you can get the most 'bang for your buck'." It has been labeled as one of the top 100 places to live in America, 9th top city for income growth, one of the best places for meetings, one of the best places to launch a small business, and one of the strongest metropolitan cities in the country. Apparently, a lot of people think that Jackson is a good place to live.

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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Jackson, MS 39204
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Jackson, MS 39204

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School: Wilkins Elementary School
Grocery: Battlefield Shell Convenience
Restaurant: D & D Jackson
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Jackson, MS 39213
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Jackson, MS 39213

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School: Bradley Elementary School
Grocery: Food Mart
Restaurant: Anc One Stop Grocery & Dining
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Jackson, MS 39211
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Jackson, MS 39211

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School: Colonial Heights Baptist Church Kindergarten
Grocery: Fred's Super Dollar
Restaurant: Grill Depot
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Jackson, MS 39206
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Jackson, MS 39206

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School: Walton Elementary School
Grocery: Forever Young Inc
Restaurant: Mangia Bene Inc
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Jackson, MS 39213
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Jackson, MS 39213

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School: Johnson Elementary School
Grocery: Southland Grocery & Gas Store
Restaurant: Duck's Soul Food Kitchen
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Jackson, MS 39204
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Jackson, MS 39204

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School: Wingfield High School
Grocery: Junior Food Stores Inc
Restaurant: D & D Jackson
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Jackson, MS 39209
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Jackson, MS 39209

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School: Pecan Park Elementary School
Grocery: R J Food Store
Restaurant: Griffin Fish House
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Jackson, MS 39212
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Jackson, MS 39212

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School: Marshall Elementary School
Grocery: Junior Food Stores Inc
Restaurant: Tasty Wings
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2 Beds, 2 Baths in Jackson, MS 39213
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Jackson, MS 39213

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  • Housing Statistics The median price of homes for sale in Jackson is about $93,000, while the average price is approximately $170,000. The average home rents for $700 a month, although a rental property may cost more. There are approximately 1,200,000 homes in the area, 70 percent of which are owner-occupied, while 30 percent of homes are rented. With this large percentage of rental homes and a vacancy rate of almost 10 percent, Jackson may be a good place to look for rental houses. The cost of living in Jackson is about 13 percent lower than the national average.
  • Arts and Culture There are plenty of arts and cultural events available to the residents of this historic city. Jackson is home to a number of museums that display historical treasures and host events. In 2017, the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum will open. As the first state-owned civil rights museum in the country, it will showcase an extensive display of everything related to the civil rights movement of the 1960s.
  • Nightlife Nightlife in Jackson is a delight if you are a music lover. There are many bars, nightclubs, and music events in town. Some of the more popular places are the Jukebox, the Best Bar, and Fenian's. Most of the music you will hear will be blues and jazz, as you might expect from a city located in the South, but there are many other styles of music for your enjoyment as well. Annual music festivals include the CelticFest and the Festival Latino, both held in September, and the Jubilee Jam in June.
  • NeighborhoodsThere are many wonderful neighborhoods in Jackson. Many of the neighborhoods have historical significance and still contain many historic buildings and houses. Here's a list of some of the more popular ones.Belhaven Heights Historic District: This neighborhood is located near the main campus of Belhaven University. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the state and is home to a number of cultural centers and historic houses and buildings. The neighborhood has a local feel, with a number of restaurants, shops, and stores.Fondren District: This is a very lively neighborhood with plenty of restaurants and shops. With a mixture of people who own and rent their homes here, this may be a good neighborhood to look for a rent to own home.Poindexter Park Historic District: This is another historic neighborhood. Wonderful old homes line the streets of this quiet neighborhood. Most of the homes here are owner-occupied.