Rent to Own Homes near Cuyahoga Falls, OH

10 Reasons to Live in Cuyahoga Falls, OH

  • Affordable Housing! The median cost of renting in Cuyahoga Falls is $800 per month, which is great for potential residents looking for rent to own houses in the city. And with the cost of living in Cuyahoga Falls at 8.6% less than the Ohio average, it's a great community to call home. Check out Steels Corners or Portage Trail for some good deals.

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  • It's in a National Park! A large portion of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park is located in Cuyahoga Falls, which provides numerous opportunities for getting out into nature. The CVNP offers hiking and biking trails, plenty of parks and green space, and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
  • Exciting Nightlife! The Riverfront Square District sits on the Cuyahoga River and is a destination spot on the weekends. With bars, restaurants, an interactive water fountain, an amphitheater, and the Riverfront Pavilion event center, there is no shortage of fun. Best of all, many of the available rent to own homes in the city are within walking distance!
  • Winter Fun! The Riverfront Square District doesn't slow down in the winter. The interactive fountain is transformed into the Ice Rink at Falls River Square for ice skating from November through February. You can also stay warm cruising the antique shops of Riverfront Centre Mall.
  • Home Values Are increasing! The average value of a home in Cuyahoga Falls is $108,000, which is an increase of 3.3% over the last year. According to housing experts, those values will rise 1.5% within the next year. With odds like that, those looking for rent to own options in the city are in luck! Some popular neighborhoods to look for a home include Bailey Road and Munroe Falls Avenue.
  • Home Prices Are Decreasing! Compared to 2013 rates, home prices have declined 13.3%, with a median sales price of $92,750. You can take advantage of this trend by looking for homes on Chestnut Boulevard or Sackett Avenue.
  • Shop 'Til You Drop! Chapel Hill Mall and the Howe Avenue corridor offer well over 100 stores and restaurants to cater to any taste.
  • Get in Shape! The Natatorium has 116,000 square feet of the best and most modern fitness equipment. The "Nat" offers 130 fitness classes each week, has two gyms, two racquetball courts, and four indoor pools. An all-fitness floor offers 200 cardio and fitness machines, and a 1/8 mile walking track. Plus, babysitting is available in Kids Castle, and a giant climbing tree house and Fit Kids area gives the kids something to do.
  • Low Property Taxes! The average property taxes per year for a home valued at $100,000 are a low $2,085.36. That's a great deal for all of the amenities offered by the second-largest city in Summit County. This makes homes in North Moreland Boulevard or Botzum affordable, attractive choices.
  • Eat Well! A variety of restaurants include everything from Indian fare at Raj Mahal, Korean delicacies at Seoul Garden, authentic Mexican dishes at El Rincon, and food magic at Hibachi Japan, to some of the best sushi in Northeast Ohio at Golden Dragon.