Rent to own Homes in Pennsylvania

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was admitted as the second of the United States of America on December 12, 1778. From the headquarters of George Washington's army in Valley Forge during the late 1770s to the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War and more, an endless amount of history has taken place in this state. From sports teams to dining, recreation, and attractions, Pennsylvania has so much to offer.

It is an economic powerhouse-its Gross Domestic Product of $817 billion as of the third quarter of 2019 was ranked 6th in the nation-with plenty of room for new residents to join. Comprised of 44,742 square miles, approximately 12.8 million people reside in the "Keystone State." Pennsylvania conveniently abuts the U.S. states of New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, and Delaware, as well as the Canadian Province of Ontario. Read on to find out why you should join the ranks and find your next rent-to-own home in Pennsylvania.

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10318 ROSE ST
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Single Family Home
Lake City, PA 16423
3
3
1232 ft2
1998
1122 LAKEWOOD AVE
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Elliot
Single Family Home
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
2
2
1178 ft2
1951
19 JOSEPHINE ST
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Single Family Home
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
4
2
2480 ft2
1915
1502 DAVIS AVE
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Brighton Heights
Townhouse/Condo
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
2
1
1500 ft2
1911
Hot
603 LINDSAY RD
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Single Family Home
Carnegie, PA 15106
5
3
3100 ft2
1960
Hot
317 N MONROE ST
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Single Family Home
Titusville, PA 16354
4
3
2500 ft2
1920
314 W PEARL ST
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Townhouse/Condo
Butler, PA 16001
3
2
2200 ft2
1890
762 TIELINE RD
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Single Family Home
Grove City, PA 16127
3
3
0 ft2
1992
Hot
428 OAKLAND AVE
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Single Family Home
Charleroi, PA 15022
2
2
1386 ft2
1920
122 WESTMINSTER CT
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Single Family Home
State College, PA 16803
3
4
2000 ft2
1987
Hot
1 of 19 2525 JUNIATA VALLEY RD
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Single Family Home
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
3
3
3050 ft2
1998
710-714 N 3rd St
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Juniata
Single Family Home
Altoona, PA 16601
3
1
0 ft2
1919
1 of 7 712 CARVER DR
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Townhouse/Condo
Wexford, PA 15090
4
4
2480 ft2
2015
1 of 8 7th st rd
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Multifamily (2 - 4 Units)
Lower Burrell, PA 15068
3
3
4000 ft2
2009
Hot
1 of 13 989 EASTON RD
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Single Family Home
Warrington, PA 18976
4
3
2300 ft2
1963
Hot
1 of 6 143 CRICKET DR
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Townhouse/Condo
Malvern, PA 19355
4
4
2320 ft2
2017
356 E WISTER ST
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East Germantown
Townhouse/Condo
Philadelphia, PA 19144
3
1
1180 ft2
1920
Hot
220 W PENN AVE
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Robesonia
Single Family Home
Robesonia, PA 19551
3
2
1188 ft2
1910
101 MARPLE RD
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Single Family Home
Haverford, PA 19041
4
5
4197 ft2
1940
312 Hampshire Ave #49
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Single Family Home
Reading, PA 19606
3
2
0 ft2
2021
Hot
1537 W TILGHMAN ST
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Allentown City Historic District
Townhouse/Condo
Allentown, PA 18102
3
2
1267 ft2
1916
1 of 5 2 LOBBS LN
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Single Family Home
Devon, PA 19333
6
3
2804 ft2
1900
925 PUTNAM BLVD
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Townhouse/Condo
Wallingford, PA 19086
4
4
2400 ft2
1977
3612 N PERCY ST
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North Philadelphia East
Townhouse/Condo
Philadelphia, PA 19140
3
1
1180 ft2
1940
552 CLYDESDALE DR
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Single Family Home
New Hope, PA 18938
4
3
2620 ft2
1995
Hot
436 W 21ST ST
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Edgemont Park
Single Family Home
Chester, PA 19013
3
1
1152 ft2
1950
209 W WASHINGTON AVE
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Single Family Home
Clifton Heights, PA 19018
3
1
1152 ft2
1947
Chinquapin Rd
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Single Family Home
Southampton, PA 18966
5
2
2708 ft2
2127 W GORDON ST
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Single Family Home
Allentown, PA 18104
4
2
1928 ft2
1925
1124 Putnam Blvd
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Single Family Home
Wallingford, PA 19086
3
3
2480 ft2
1987
7 DELEVAN ST
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Single Family Home
Lambertville, NJ 08530
2
3
2000 ft2
2022
306 APPLE ALY
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Single Family Home
Milford, PA 18337
4
5
3621 ft2
2015
2942 KINSMAN CT
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Neshaminy Valley
Townhouse/Condo
Bensalem, PA 19020
3
1
1094 ft2
1975
167 PORTSMOUTH CIR
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Single Family Home
Glen Mills, PA 19342
3
5
8450 ft2
2002
3463 York Rd
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Single Family Home
Furlong, PA 18925
3
1
1497 ft2
1925
116 LOOKOUT DR
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Single Family Home
Hawley, PA 18428
4
3
2300 ft2
1988
1 of 47 2401 Pennsylvania Ave
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Fairmount - Art Museum
Townhouse/Condo
Philadelphia, PA 19130
2
1
448 ft2
1960
2130 TITANIA RD
Rent to Own Eligible
 
Single Family Home
Tobyhanna, PA 18466
3
1
1203 ft2
2003
229 SAGE RD
Rent to Own Eligible
 
Single Family Home
Long Pond, PA 18334
3
2
720 ft2
1971
New
312 E GRAND AVE
Rent to Own Eligible
 
Single Family Home
Tower City, PA 17980
2
2
1595 ft2
1876
New
162 SPRUCE RUN DR
Rent to Own Eligible
 
Single Family Home
Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
3
3
2700 ft2
2002
104 TUMBLEWEED DR
Rent to Own Eligible
 
Single Family Home
Long Pond, PA 18334
4
3
2240 ft2
2008
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Rent to own Homes in Cities Near Pennsylvania

Average Cost of Living in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has an average household income of nearly $57,000 and a cost of living that's 7.5 percent below the national average, but there's a wide range of averages throughout the state. In West Chester, the overall average income is 29 percent higher than the rest of the country, but Pittsburgh is 12.5 percent lower.

Average Home Prices in Pennsylvania

The median home price in Pennsylvania is $173,700, which is nearly 25 percent lower than the United States' average of $231,200. The price could vary depending on which city interests you-State College, PA, has a median price of $328,500, while West Mifflin's average is right around $100,000. This makes opting for a rent-to-own home a great option, especially in those areas where home prices are higher.

Pennsyvlania Statistics

If you're interested in Pennsylvania rent-to-own homes, don't forget to consider important factors in addition to monthly living costs, such as average commute, taxes, crime rates, etc. The following are some common Pennsylvania statistics compared to the U.S. national average.

Pennsylvania Averages National Averages
One-Way Commute 26.7 minutes 26.4 minutes
Violent Crime 19.1 22.7
Property Crime 26.2 35.4
Unemployment Rate 4.5% 3.7%
Income Tax Rate 3.1% 4.6%
Air Quality 58 58
Water Quality 66 55
Median Household Income $53,115 $53,482
Median Property Taxes $2,220 $2,200
Utilities $115/month $112/month
Monthly Rent $1,350 $1,470
Median Home Cost $173,700 $231,200
Median Home Age 52 years 40 years

Popular Pennsylvania Cities

Philadelphia - Home to sports teams such as the 76ers, Phillies, Eagles, Flyers, and the Union, there's always a sporting event and rivalry in "Philly" regardless of the season. Walk the streets of Independence National Historical Park, and you'll get to see the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence was signed), and the National Constitution Center. You can stay in one of the many downtown hotels, visit the first and oldest zoo in the United States, and enjoy every type of cuisine in the "City of Brotherly Love."

Hershey - Though it's an unincorporated community spanning only 14.36 square miles with fewer than 15,000 residents, more than 3 million people visit the "Chocolate Capital of the World" every year to enjoy the world-famous Hersheypark. While you're there, you can learn about the history and accomplishments of Milton S. Hershey at the Hershey Story Museum. Or you can visit Chocolate World to take an indoor train tour of the chocolate factory, taste-test all sorts of goodies, and create your own candy bar. You can also take a trolley tour of the historic town to learn about its rich history.

Pittsburgh - The Steel City is known to have a deep history of arts and culture. With iconic centers for the performing arts, such as the Benedum Center and Heinz Hall, visitors can catch a great show that appeals to their artistic side. Museums and attractions abound throughout the city. From the Duquesne Incline, where you can ride a 150-year-old wooden cable car to catch breathtaking views of the city, to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, to aquariums, zoos, aviaries, and much more, there's plenty to do for people of all ages.

Popular Attractions in Pennsylvania

  1. If you love the outdoors, you'll adore all 3,200 acres of Pennsylvania's Presque Isle State Park along Lake Erie. Open every day from sunrise to sunset, the park features hiking, swimming, and boating areas, along with a 65,000-square-foot facility that educates visitors about the history of Presque Isle.
  2. For history buffs, the Gettysburg National Military Park is the place to be. The site that inspired President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address hosts a museum with more than 40,000 Civil War artifacts, restoration homes, cemetery tours, and a host of educational programs.
  3. Even if you aren't into government, you will be amazed at what you'll find at the Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex in Harrisburg, featuring Pennsylvania's War Veterans' Memorial Fountain, Medal of Honor Memorial, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge, the Normandy Tree, and the State Museum of Pennsylvania.

The state has more than 2,500 municipalities, encompassing every type of lifestyle and social status, for potential residents to choose to call Pennsylvania their home.