Rent to Own Homes near Carlsbad, NM

  • Carlsbad is best known for nearby Carlsbad Caverns, although it was actually the area's mineral springs that first drew pioneers to this location. Named after the popular European spa in Karlsbad, Germany, it's been attracting visitors for more than a century and been a home for many who enjoy warm, dry climates. Outdoor recreation and a strong economy dependent on mining and tourism continue to draw travelers to this little oasis city.

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Top 7 Reasons to Live in Carlsbad, NM

  • Find your favorite home! Home sales have risen at least 25 percent since 2009 in the city, in neighborhoods like trendy La Huerta. The nearby sunny Atoka community offers a comfortable cost of living as well as proximity to central Carlsbad.
  • Head to the Park! Living Desert State Park and the Avalon Reservoir are located within an easy driving distance of downtown Carlsbad. The city itself has plenty of places to play, roam and enjoy year round. It has several community centers with activities geared to all interests and ages, located throughout the city.
  • Go Golfing! Lake Carlsbad Golf Course and the Riverside Country Club are made for Carlsbad desert weather. No matter your handicap, you will find plenty of opportunities to practice your swing at these popular courses.
  • Go Cave Spelunking! Carlsbad Caverns has more than 300 caves below ground, with awe-inspiring stalagmites and stalactites. For a educational experience, check out the Bat Flight Program and learn why bats are considered one of man's most-essential best friend. The program is one-of-a-kind and worth attending.
  • Great Rentals! If you prefer Condo living, there are 406 condos per square mile in Carlsbad offering plenty of opportunities to find your ideal rent to own home. Shopping centers like the Carlsbad Mall and the Northgate Mall are conveniently located near the city's most popular communities.
  • Take In the Arts! The Carlsbad Museum has contemporary exhibits by regional and local artists, while the Walter Gerrells Performing Arts features performances by top U.S. and international artists.
  • Home to Great Southwestern Cuisine! Carlsbad's restaurants range from Mexican/Southwest cuisine at the Pecos River Cafe, to barbecue at the Red Chimney Pit Bar-B-Q. Italian, family dining and your conventional burger and fries can also be found in throughout the city. Don't forget to grab some ice cream at Kaleidoscoops.