Rent to Own Homes near Bedford, TX

10 Reasons to Live in Bedford, Texas

  • Conveniently located. This stable, established community is close to the Dallas/Fort Worth International airport, with easy access to both Highway 121 and Highway 183. That makes it an ideal location for frequent business travelers and commuters who work in Dallas County but prefer to live in the Tarrant County side of the metroplex.

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5 Beds, 2 Baths

Grapevine, TX 76051

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School: Heritage Elementary
Grocery: Kincaid's Grocery Inc
Restaurant: Lady Bar 10 Ders & Servers
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5 Beds, 4 Baths

Colleyville, TX 76034

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School: Taylor Elementary
Grocery: Kincaid's Grocery Inc
Restaurant: Slider & Blues Restaurant
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4 Beds, 3 Baths

Arlington, TX 76012

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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Fort Worth, TX 76244

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School: Friendship Elementary
Grocery: Ultimate Sports Nutrition
Restaurant: R Z Sports Bar & Grill
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Keller, TX 76262

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School: Westlake Academy
Grocery: Stein Mart
Restaurant: Quarter Horse
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Fort Worth, TX 76244

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School: Caprock Elementary School
Grocery: Pilot Travel Ctr
Restaurant: Kpop Burger
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Fort Worth, TX 76244

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4 Beds, 3 Baths

Flower Mound, TX 75028

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School: Forestwood Middle School
Grocery: Whip In
Restaurant: Alforno's Italian Kitchen
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Dallas, TX 75237

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  • Housing prices are steady here. Bedford isn't the flashiest or fastest growing suburb of Dallas/Fort Worth anymore, but it's still a safe and well-regarded area. That means housing prices are appreciating at a very steady 1.12%. Homes in the northern parts of Bedford are especially in demand, like along Cheek Sparger and in Monticello.
  • Bedford is one of the best parts of the Mid-Cities for healthcare. It is home to both a major center - Carter Blood Care, as well as a hospital - Texas Health Resources Hurst-Euless-Bedford.
  • Housing prices here are surprisingly reasonable for a suburb of a big city. At $152,700, the median home cost is nearly the same as the national median price. That means it's a good city to find a nicely-priced property, whether you want to buy or look for a rent to own house. Check out neighborhoods like Saddlebrook or Montclair Parc.
  • This is also a great place to look for rental homes and townhomes. Bedford has a much higher than average 41% of housing rented, compared to the national median of 31%. You may consider renting from one of the many apartment complexes along Harwood Road or a townhome in the Morrow Green townhome community. Don't overlook rent to own opportunities.
  • There are beautiful parks throughout this little community. The Meadow Park Athletic Complex is a great place for a soccer game - or to take your dog for a walk at their bark park. And the Bedford Boys Ranch facility is a rare jewel in any city, with its 68 acres, nice jogging trails, lighted tennis courts and swimming facilities.
  • North Texans love to dine out, and Bedford residents are no exception! In addition to having all the chain restaurants you would expect, Bedford also has a variety of delicious independent eateries like El Paisa and Pho V Noodle House and Sushi.
  • Bedford residents have a sweet tooth sometimes, too, and there is no shortage of delicious bakeries. You'll find a heavenly bite at Cupcake Bliss and appreciate the classics at Bedford Bakery.
  • The houses iare about 10 years newer than the national average, so you have better odds of finding a recently updated home. Whether you want to buy or find a rent to own home, you'll have lots to choose from in neighborhoods like Rustic Woods and Kingswood Estates.
  • This is a great place for commuters, since the average commute time is marginally shorter than the national average. In a big city with heavy traffic, that shorter commute time is a major selling point. It's especially convenient if you live in the eastern part of Bedford by highway 157 or 121 north.