Rent to Own Homes near Wylie, TX

  • Affordable houses and rent to own homes. Love a great deal? The median price for homes in the Wylie, Texas area is $158,150. This is much lower than many areas in the nation. You can find the most affordable homes in the City Center and East Brown Street neighborhoods.

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Top 8 Reasons to Live in Wylie

  • New homes, aplenty. If you are looking for a new home, then Wylie is where it's at. The majority of homes in the area have been built since 2000. Check out homes along FM 1378 and FM 2514for some of your best options in rent to own houses and other home buying choices.
  • It's only getting better. Your home is an investment, so why not buy a home or rent to own where home values are skyrocketing? Since 1990, Wylie homes have appreciated in value 72.02%. Homes in the Route 78 and Bennett Road area have appreciated the most over the years, so this would be an excellent place to start your search for the perfect investment home.
  • Nature and fun. There are plenty of places you can get out and enjoy nature in Wylie. Try sitting under a towering oak at East Fork Park, play Frisbee at Clear Lake Park, go for a walk at Avalon Park, picnic at Pirate Field, play horseshoes at Lavonia Park, or get some sun at Cottonwood Park.
  • A variety of flavors. Foodies and folks that just like great food will love Wylie. The town has an annual Taste of Wylie festival in April that features the foods of over 25 local restaurants. Some local restaurants that residents enjoy most are Ming Moon for Chinese, Napolis Resturaunt for Italian and Chiloso for Mexican cuisine.
  • Plenty of events to keep things interesting. You won't get bored in Wylie. There is a new event planned for every part of the year. During Halloween there is the Boo on Ballard Festival, a JazzArts Fest in May, Christmas Parade in December, Bluegrass festival in July, and many other fun events.
  • Fun by the water. Wylie is known as the "City Between the Lakes" because it is located between Lake Ray Hubbard and Lake Lavon. At these lakes you can enjoy white sand beaches, water skiing, boating, swimming, camping, horseback riding and much more.
  • Small town life with big city perks. Wylie is only 39 minutes from Dallas, one of the biggest cities in Texas. This means that you can live the quiet, small town life while still having access to all the big city has to offer. For example, you can enjoy places such as the Dallas Art Museum, professional sports arenas like the Cowboy's Stadium, and large art galleries.