Rent to Own Homes near Manassas, VA

Top 4 Reasons to Live in Manassas, VA

  • Situated in the Washington metropolitan area, Manassas is home to nearly 40,000 residents and is only a short commute from the nation's capital. Known for being one of the most desirable cities in Virginia, Manassas offers residents a plethora of entertainment activities for any age. Whether it is reliving your youth at the Splash Down Waterpark or a performance at the nationally known Hylton Performing Arts Center, there is something for everyone in Manassas.

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  • Never-ending community activities! Despite having a population of more than 37,000, Manassas feels like a small town because of the community culture. No matter what time of year, the Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory is hosting hilarious theater productions for little to no cost. Of course, the annual Prince William County Fair is a can't-miss event held for a week every August. If you're looking for a tasty treat, munch on fried dough sprinkled with sugar, while watching the Clown Circus or listening to live music.
  • A history lover's dream! Given that Manassas was the site of the first major land battle of the American Civil War, the First Battle of Bull Run, it is not surprising that this city pays tribute to its unique history. Return to 1861 by visiting the Manassas National Battlefield Park. Here, Park Rangers are standing by to give you a guided tour of the 5,000 acre park. Don't forget to visit the Manassas Museum that includes a permanent exhibit honoring the Native American settlers.
  • Home values are on the rise! Given that buying a home is an investment, it is important to purchase in a community where home values are increasing. According to Zillow, the median home value has increased 3.4% in the last year to $270,100. Many newbies to the area will want to consider looking at rent to own homes before deciding to buy on streets like Ravenwood and Hoadly Road.
  • Affordable rent! Compared to the Washington D.C. metro area, where the average rent is $1,900, Manassas is a bargain with a median rent of only $1,558. If you want to be close to the action, look for a home or apartment in Downtown Historic Manassas where you can walk to local restaurants and nightlife. For a suburban feel, the neighborhood of Buckhall offers a great selection of well-maintained and established homes. If you aren't looking for rent to own houses, there are also options for rent to own homes such as apartments and townhomes.