Rent to own Homes in Fort Worth, TX

Long stuck in the shadows as Dallas' little sister, Fort Worth has emerged as a major city in its own right. Part of the sprawling 12-county region known along with Dallas as the Metroplex, Fort Worth is a very big city with a surprising small-town feel. Although Fort Worth has a smaller population than Dallas, by itself it is still the 16th largest city in the U.S. It also spans a whopping 350 miles and is considered by some to be the gateway to the western part of the country.

Fort Worth, TX is a great place for affordable rent-to-own homes! With a median household income of over $64,567 and a median rent of $1,115, the Fort Worth, TX rent-to-own market is more affordable than the traditional housing market which has shown tremendous growth across the U.S. and with it, aggressive competition for home purchases. With the current housing shortage trend it can make it harder to become a homeowner, including in Fort Worth, TX. This means higher than average down payments for homes and higher qualification standards for conventional home loans. With a rent-to-own property, tenants are also buyers. You can live in the house for a set amount of time before you purchase it, meaning that you get to know the house, your neighbors, and your community before making the final purchase. This enables you and your family to make the right choice based on both information and experience. Rent-to-own is also a great alternative way to get into a home if you have bad credit or don't have enough saved for a down payment.

Check out Fort Worth, TX rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.
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1712 E ARLINGTON AVE
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Southeast Kingdom
Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76104
4
2
1604 ft2
2019
1 of 103 3575 Lone Star Circle
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Townhouse/Condo
Fort Worth, TX 76177
2
2
1600 ft2
1997
1 of 90 1211 Beaconsfield Lane
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Townhouse/Condo
Arlington, TX 76011
1
2
1327 ft2
2019
Hot
1 of 201 4824 OVERTON AVE
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South Hills
Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76133
4
2
1638 ft2
1956
3716 HORIZON PL
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Far Southwest
Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76133
2
1
1079 ft2
1980
New
420 LOMA ALTA DR
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Single Family Home
Flower Mound, TX 75022
3
4
2601 ft2
2016
1 of 81 2608 Museum Way
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Cultural District
Townhouse/Condo
Fort Worth, TX 76107
2
2
1502 ft2
2006
201 BLAIR LN
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Single Family Home
Arlington, TX 76014
3
2
1324 ft2
1978
1 of 36 125 N Pearson Lane N
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Single Family Home
Southlake, TX 76092
4
3
3775 ft2
1984
827 LAKE VIEW RDG
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Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76108
3
2
1114 ft2
1978
1004 WARDEN ST
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Benbrook Lakeside
Single Family Home
Benbrook, TX 76126
3
1
1277 ft2
1956
1832 BOLINGBROKE PL
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Hamlet
Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76140
3
2
1720 ft2
1972
Hot
8033 DOWNE DR
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Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76108
3
1
925 ft2
1954
224 TIMBER CREEK DR
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Single Family Home
Burleson, TX 76028
3
2
1766 ft2
1986
Hot
1 of 30 5 DEVONSHIRE DR
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Single Family Home
Bedford, TX 76021
4
3
2564 ft2
1972
1 of 36 316 CALAIS DR
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Single Family Home
Keller, TX 76248
5
5
5575 ft2
2004
4005 SUMAC CT
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Single Family Home
Arlington, TX 76017
3
2
1847 ft2
1979
1 of 24 2512 LUBBOCK AVE
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University Place
Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76109
4
5
3041 ft2
1940
Hot
1 of 132 2202 WOODSONG TRL
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Waterwood Estates
Single Family Home
Arlington, TX 76016
5
3
3537 ft2
1979
4305 BLACKSTONE DR
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Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76114
3
2
1651 ft2
1932
Hot
1 of 36 12204 MOONWAY LN
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Single Family Home
Burleson, TX 76028
3
2
1664 ft2
2013
Hot
1 of 29 8210 ATHERTON ST
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Single Family Home
Arlington, TX 76002
4
2
2219 ft2
2004
1 of 35 1209 Beaconsfield Lane
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Townhouse/Condo
Arlington, TX 76011
3
4
2019 ft2
2019
Hot
2115 OAKWOOD ST
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Single Family Home
Haltom City, TX 76117
2
1
939 ft2
1943
1 of 4 1540 MILMO DR
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Highland Hills
Single Family Home
Fort Worth, TX 76134
3
2
1682 ft2
1960
3629 WHITE BIRCH WAY
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Stone Creek Addition
Single Family Home
Euless, TX 76040
3
2
1450 ft2
1999
Hot
616 RIDGEHILL DR
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Single Family Home
Burleson, TX 76028
3
2
1644 ft2
2005
Hot
1 of 31 1741 PALISADES DR
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Single Family Home
Lewisville, TX 75067
3
2
1130 ft2
1971
817 SW 5TH ST
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Single Family Home
Grand Prairie, TX 75051
3
1
1538 ft2
1942
Hot
526 GREENWICH LN
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Single Family Home
Coppell, TX 75019
3
2
1884 ft2
1990
Hot
502 OAK RIDGE PL
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Single Family Home
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
3
2
1308 ft2
1974
1928 HELEN LN
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Single Family Home
Lewisville, TX 75067
3
2
2275 ft2
1996
423 SW 3RD ST
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Single Family Home
Grand Prairie, TX 75051
2
2
795 ft2
1950
216 CEDAR CREST DR
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Single Family Home
Justin, TX 76247
5
3
2621 ft2
2004
Hot
428 MULLINS
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Single Family Home
Lewisville, TX 75057
3
1
1021 ft2
1955
4148 CACTUS DR
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Single Family Home
Argyle, TX 76226
4
2
1600 ft2
1989
Hot
1 of 30 911 KINGWOOD CIR
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Single Family Home
Lewisville, TX 75077
4
4
2676 ft2
1993
1013 W 7TH ST
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Single Family Home
Justin, TX 76247
3
2
1151 ft2
1966
420 W 7TH ST
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Single Family Home
Justin, TX 76247
2
2
1476 ft2
1984
300 PARK MEADOW WAY
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Single Family Home
Coppell, TX 75019
4
2
2064 ft2
1979
102 MELODY LN
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Single Family Home
Hickory Creek, TX 75065
2
1
1060 ft2
1964
401 ADOLPHUS AVE
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Single Family Home
Lake Dallas, TX 75065
3
1
1104 ft2
1969
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Buying a Home in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX is seeing rapid growth and Fort Worth, TX's' housing market remains optimal with an average home price that is -12% below the 2024 national average. Fort Worth, TX is part of Tarrant county and taxes are an important factor to consider when purchasing a home whether through rent to own or a traditional purchase. The average tax rate as of 2024 for county Tarrant is 2.37% which is above the national average, which is 0.99%.

Median Home Price in Fort Worth, TX

Median Rent in Fort Worth, TX

Rent to own homes offer low monthly payments and flexible terms.

Average Cost of Living in Fort Worth

The cost of living in Fort Worth, TX is 0.2% lower than the national average.

Average Home Prices in Fort Worth

The median cost of a home in Fort Worth, Texas is $318,000, higher than the national average of $295,300.

Fort Worth Statistics

If you're interested in Fort Worth 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 Fort Worth statistics compared to the U.S. national average.

Fort Worth AveragesNational Averages
One-Way Commute28.5 minutes27.1 minutes
Violent Crime26.522.7
Property Crime27.1835.4
Unemployment Rate4.9%4.7%
Income Tax RateNo income tax4.6%
Air QualityAQI 38AQI 40
Water QualityElevated arsenicSafe
Median Household Income$62,187$79,900
Median Property Taxes$3,359$2,471
Utilities$128.50$171.67
Monthly Rent$1,273.00$1,098
Median Home Cost$318,000$295,300
Median Home Age32 years37 years

Housing

Fort Worth has a very strong economy that barely registered a blip during the 2008 recession. The housing market has also continued to grow since that time. Because there has been such an influx of new people to the area, Fort Worth also has a ton of available housing. New home construction has remained fairly steady to ensure that there are enough available apartments, homes for rent and houses for sale in neighborhoods all over the city.

Tourist Attractions

There's always something fun to do in Fort Worth. The historic stockyards in north Fort Worth are something you must see at least once: with rodeos and the stockyard station, you can get a glimpse of the city's cowboy past. If shopping in a walkable urban setting is more your style, check out Sundance Square in the midst of downtown, which also offers nightlife and restaurants. Sundance Square is also home to the 2,056-seat Bass Performance Hall that occupies an entire city block and hosts world-class symphony, opera, ballet and other stage performances. Other aspects of Fort Worth that you may enjoy include the Kimbell Art Museum, the beautiful (and free) Botanic Gardens, and the renowned Fort Worth Zoo.

School Systems

School systems within Fort Worth are also diverse. Some of the best reputed schools in Fort Worth include Arlington Heights, north Fort Worth, and suburban districts such as Keller, Grapevine-Colleyville, Carroll, Burleson and the Northwest Independent School Districts.

Local Restaurants

Fort Worth is home to people from a variety of cultures, and they bring that culture to the food and art scenes in the area. Due in large part to the amount of disposable income in Fort Worth, people get to enjoy dining out often and there are plenty of good restaurants to accommodate them. The stereotype is that Texans love a good steak, and there are few places to get a better steak than in Fort Worth. If you have a special occasion or just the money to spare, don't miss Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, which is a Fort Worth legend located in the heart of downtown. Reata is another famous restaurant located downtown, with 20,000 square feet spread out over four stories, and you can dine on the rooftop if you want to have gorgeous views overlooking the whole city. And of course, when you're in Fort Worth, there is no shortage of delicious barbecue and Tex-Mex restaurants. There are so many good restaurants in Fort Worth that you could try a new restaurant every night and it would take you years to work your way through the list - but chances are good that you'd be dreaming about some of the ones you already visited and will want to go back!

Neighborhoods

Fort Worth has many unique neighborhoods, including the above mentioned downtown Sundance Square neighborhood. South Fort Worth includes both the Hulen area, as well as the University area by Texas Christian University which has older architecture and appeals to artsy types. Rivercrest is one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Fort Worth and has historic mansions and is home to one of the oldest private country clubs in Texas. West Fort Worth neighborhoods include Ridglea, Ridgmar, and Arlington Heights, the latter of which is celebrated for its closeness to downtown. Eastern Fort Worth includes Meadowbrook, Eastchase and Handley/Ederville. North Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing parts of the city and includes the Fossil Creek, Park Glen and Summerfields neighborhoods.

Fort Worth, TX Frequently Asked Questions

No. Dallas and Fort Worth are actually different cities though they are often mentioned together as they make up the same metroplex and are situated very close together.

Fort Worth is somewhat liberal with 49.3% of the population voting liberal in the last presidential election. However, Fort Worth is in the state of TX which still is largely conservative.

The average cost of a home in Fort Worth is $318,000. Considering the current housing market trends and how expensive many homes are, homes in Fort Worth are still reasonably priced and within most budgets for the most part.