Rent to Own Homes near Clovis, NM

  • Whether you enjoy the idea of living in a western setting or love history, Clovis, NM is the spot for you. The recording base of some of rock music's most famous early musicians, and the spot where archaeological history was made is a great place to live. With a population of about 40,000 Clovis allows you to live in a city with small town charm and urban conveniences.

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6 Great Reasons to Live in Clovis, NM

  • History abounds! Clovis is well-known for being the origin point of Clovis spears, important artifacts that were found in the town in 1929. These Native American artifacts are some of the earliest examples of spearheads, and they are believed to date back to the Paleoindian period over 12,000 years ago. Check out Blackwater Draw Museum for some information on the town's archaeology, or the Clovis Depot Model Train Museum if you're interested in locomotives.
  • Clovis Rocks! The early recording site of 1950's and 1960's rock music pioneers, Clovis was the home of the Norman Petty Recording Studio. This community was the genesis for acts such as Buddy Holly, Waylon Jennings and Roy Orbison. Nearly every famous act of early rock recorded at least one track at this site. Head over to Kelley's Bar and Grill afterwards to enjoy a bite and catch some live music.
  • Enjoy the warmth! Clovis, NM is a town that's hot -- literally. If you enjoy warm temperatures year-round, this is definitely your kind of place. Rent to own houses are available throughout the city, with options ranging from small bungalows to large, graceful homes. Rent costs here are less than the average for the United States, making it hot to live in Clovis for both economic and climate reasons. In terms of neighborhoods, Grady comprises most of Clovis, though W Brady Ave is another nice spot to settle in.
  • Beautiful Southwest architecture! Clovis is filled with many examples of typical Southwest architecture, making many of the homes for sale here into decorative treasures. Structures are seen in the Southwest, Adobe and Spanish Mission styles, and much of the city includes elements of these styles in newer buildings. Hotel Clovis, established in 1931, was designed by architect Robert Merrill, who combined Art Deco and Southwestern styles to achieve the look of the hotel. State Theater is another example of architecture that has proven to outlast time in this town. Values of housing have gone up in the last few years, with an increase of about $20,000 in the last year alone.
  • Live the ranch lifestyle! If a true Western experience is what you're looking for, Clovis will also satisfy in that regard. Purchasing or living on a ranch is easy in the Clovis area. Much of the economics in the area is tied into ranching and farming industries, with both small and large farms dotting the area. Other options for jobs include the nearby Cannon Air Force Base and BNSF Railroad, both of which keep the area chock full of jobs.