Rent to Own Homes near Hurricane, UT

Top 5 Reasons to Live in Hurricane, UT

  • Located in rural southwestern Utah, Hurricane has a population of 13,748. Since 2010, the population of Hurricane has exploded, with new residents flocking to the city because of its beautiful scenery, rural living and access to numerous local attractions. Within the town, Hurricane is known for being the peach capital of the state and also grows pistachios, apricots and pecans. Hurricane is home to numerous amenities like multiple ranked golf courses, two recreational lakes and beautiful parks.

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  • Great local shopping! Because no one wants to drive to a large city to do their grocery shopping, it is important to live in a city that has everything you need within a 15-minute car ride. In Hurricane, the city is home to one of the largest Lin's grocery stores in the state and departments stores like Target and Walmart reside on the town's periphery.
  • Amazing annual festivals! Join your fellow residents by celebrating the heritage of Hurricane at the annual Peach Days Street Festival. Held at the end of August, the festival features a Peach-Pie Cook Off, 12K run, a parade and a rodeo. Residents are encouraged to submit a baked good or artwork for the chance to win some great prizes. Come support local charities at the Hurricane Valley Christmas Tree Festival, which is a two day event held in early December.
  • Leisure and recreation at its best! In 2010, Hurricane finished completing a state-of-the-art Community Center that has one of the largest Parks and Recreation Departments in the area. Head to the center to workout in the fitness studio or to perfect your jump shot on the basketball court. The Hurricane Valley Theatrical Company offers performances throughout the year, which excite local residents who have a flair for drama and the arts.
  • Affordable rent! Instead of purchasing a home right after moving to Hurricane, many are opting to look at rent to own properties. Currently, the median rent price in Hurricane is $1,100, while the rest of the state is much more costly at $1,350. Snag a deal on a great rental in a neighborhood like N Belair or Grouse Drive.
  • Capitalize on price cuts! The fact that 32.8 percent of homes for sale in Hurricane have had a price cut shows that sellers are willing to negotiate. Make an offer below asking price and there's a good chance you'll score a great buy on a home in a community like Partridge Drive or North State Street.